An overview of the available pages on this site.
Contact information for our regional offices throughout Queensland.
A list of support and community information services.
Information and links about domestic and family violence prevention, elder abuse and the Trust your instinct campaign.
Information about volunteering in Queensland, including volunteering opportunities, what to do if you need volunteers, legal information for volunteers in Queensland, and research resources.
Youth initiatives supporting young people aged 10 to 25 years. Topics include Youth support services, Youth Support Coordinators, Youth Housing and Reintegration Service and After Care, Youth at Risk Initiative, and central and regional office youth contacts.
The Office for Women is part of the Queensland Government and plays a central role in carrying out the government's vision for the women of Queensland.
Our department is committed to promoting and supporting excellence in the delivery of human services to Queenslanders.
The Trust your instinct campaign aims to prevent domestic and family violence and elder abuse by prompting friends, family members, neighbours and colleagues who suspect someone they know is being abused to call for support, advice and referrals to prevent serious harm occurring.
- Queensland sporting stars' videos
- About domestic and family violence Domestic and family violence occurs when one person in a relationship uses violence or abuse to maintain power and control over the other person.
- Helping yourself Living with an abusive or violent partner is frightening and stressful. You may be hopeful that their behaviour will changeor you may be afraid of what your partner will do to you or your children if you try to leave.
- Helping others Friends and family of people in violent or abusive relationships often have an intuitive sense that something is wrong or may have noticed a change in the persons normal behaviour.
- About the Trust your instinct campaign Non-physical forms of domestic and family violence can quickly turn into physical abuse. This campaign links people with DVConnect for advice and assistance if they or someone they know is experiencing abuse.
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