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An overview of the available pages on this site.

Our services

The department offers services supporting children, youth, older people, volunteers, families domestic and family violence.


This help section is designed to assist you in the use of the department's web site by addressing some common issues.

Site information

Information about this website.

Reform and renewal

Information about reform and renewal within the Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services.

Funding and grants

Consolidated and streamlined quality standards for human services in Queensland.


Information about a career with the Department of Communities including career options, salary, leave entitlements, study assistance, superannuation and other flexible and rewarding employment conditions.

About us

A list of the support and services offered by the department.

Communities Open Datasets

Content provided for general public consumption as part of the Open Data initiative.


Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services campaign sites.

Supporting Families

Supporting Families Changing Futures will deliver information and links into other agency sites about the initiatives coming out of the Queensland Government's reform agenda for a new child and family support system.

Not Now, Not Ever

Take up the challenge to put an end to domestic and family violence

Queensland Multicultural Month 2016

Queensland Multicultural Month, a Queensland Government initiative, will be celebrated for the first time in August 2016. With events and activities statewide, it’s the state’s largest celebration of our multiculturalism.

There's no excuse for elder abuse

What elder abuse is and how people can recognise the signs and seek help for themselves or people they know.

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