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Queensland Community Care Services

The Queensland Community Care program is funded by the state government. It provides basic maintenance and support services for eligible people aged under 65, or under 50 for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, who live at home and whose capacity for independent living is at risk.

Queensland Community Care services are offered in your home or local community and may be provided by government or non-government service providers.

The Commonwealth-funded Home and Community Care (HACC) program provides basic maintenance and support services for eligible people aged over 65 or over 50 for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

  • For Consumers and Carers

    Includes information for both current and potential clients on what services are available, eligibility criteria, and how to access support through Community Care.

  • For Community Care providers

    Includes information about financial and performance reporting, Community Care policies, and capital management, as well as downloadable tools and promotional resources.

  • Publications and reports

    Reports and publications commissioned by Community Care or of relevance to Community Care service providers.

  • Service Agreements and Small Grants Agreements

    Most organisations that deliver Community Care services enter into a Service Agreement with the department, with a few exceptions that may enter into a Small Grants Agreement.

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