Reform and renewal - Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services (Queensland Government)

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Reform and renewal

The Queensland Government is working with a wide range of stakeholders — including non-government organisations, clients and the business and corporate sectors — to implement transformational reforms to improve frontline services and outcomes for clients. The department is playing a major role in implementing these reforms, in partnership with other government agencies and stakeholders.

  • Child and family

    The Queensland Government has outlined its reform agenda for supporting Queensland families and keeping children safe.

  • Disability services

    The Queensland Government has outlined its plan to prepare Queensland for the National Disability Insurance Scheme and to support a more accessible and inclusive Queensland.

  • Domestic and family violence

    The Queensland Government has outlined a 10-year program to end domestic and family violence.

  • Social services

    The Queensland Government and community services industry have co-developed a future-focused strategy for joint work to transform and strengthen the industry and to drive change across the broader service system.

  • Stakeholder engagement

    The department engages widely with stakeholders in developing and implementing reforms.

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Please submit your comments on the department's Compliments and Complaints section.

Please submit your comments on the Queensland Government website Contacts form.