Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services

Community Services

Queensland: an age-friendly community — strategic direction statement

Learn more about the Queensland Government’s approach to achieving a more age-friendly state where people of all ages can actively participate in community life.

  • Forecasting the future – Community Services in Queensland 2025 report

    We have partnered with the Community Services Industry Alliance and Deloitte Access Economics to release a report to help the community services industry better plan for future workforce and business requirements in order meet the changing needs of Queensland communities.

  • Queensland Women’s Strategy 2016-21

    The Queensland Women’s Strategy is a five-year plan for how government, business and the community can work together to achieve gender equality.

  • Stay connected during storm and cyclone season

    Wherever you are in our great state, access up-to-date disaster information by following @RecoveryQld on Twitter, downloading the Self Recovery App, and visiting the Queensland Government’s disasters and emergencies website.

  • Become an accredited Triple P provider

    Free training is now available for individuals and organisations that work with families and parents to become accredited providers of the Triple P – Positive Parenting Program to Queensland mums, dads and carers.

  • Trust your instinct

    Domestic and family violence takes many forms and can sometimes have fatal consequences. If you are concerned someone you know is being abused, don't let your concern become regret. Trust your instinct - call DV Connect on 1800 811 811.

  • Free parenting program for all Queensland mums and dads

    Learn new skills to raise happy, healthy children and help your family thrive. The Triple P Positive Parenting Program is now free for all Queensland parents and carers of children up to 16 years.

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