Queensland organisations are invited to apply for subsidies up to $1,000 to hold events and activities during Seniors Week, which will be celebrated from 13 to 21 August 2016. Applications open on 1 February and close 31 March.
Family and Child Connect services are now available across Brisbane, giving vulnerable families access to the help they need to safely care for their children at home.
It’s time to celebrate the achievements of Queensland women and girls. Find out about events in your community and other ways you can take part in the inaugural Queensland Women’s Week.
We are looking for ideas on how Queenslanders can work together to make our state a place that welcomes, values and supports people of all ages, especially older people. Make sure you have your say now.
The Domestic and Family Violence Protection Act 2012 is being reviewed to ensure it provides an effective and efficient legislative framework that protects victims, holds perpetrators accountable and supports the broader systemic reforms being implemented as part of the government’s response to the Taskforce report. Have your say now by completing the survey.
A new e-learning video is now available for practitioners who work with families and children to acquaint themselves with the foundational elements of the department’s Strengthening Families Protecting Children Framework for Practice.
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.
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.
The Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services works to make our state great by strengthening connections between individuals, families and communities. We strive for improved wellbeing, safety and participation of Queenslanders by providing and investing in quality human services.
Griffith University is undertaking a study to find out what parents think about the quality of child protection services provided by the Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services. Parents who participate can enter in a draw to win a $100 Coles Myer voucher. More information
Our Future Ways of Working is the department's strategy for how we will embed technology into our service delivery to provide Queenslanders flexibility and choice in how they engage with government.
The online engagement phase of the strategy is now closed. Thank you to everyone who contributed. The department will now work with industry and government stakeholders to review prioritisation results and draft a strategy. More information will be provided in the coming weeks. More information.