The Queensland Government wants our state to have the best social and human services system in the country — a system that provides quality services and delivers value for money.
To achieve this, the government has set an ambitious transformational agenda for social and human services. Reforms to child protection, disability services and government investment in services are aimed at providing Queenslanders with right services, in the right places at the right time. The reforms emphasise the government's focus on investing in prevention and early intervention and enabling our clients to choose and control the services they receive.
The Queensland Government has also outlined a 10-year reform program to address the prevention of domestic and family violence. Making the elimination of domestic and family violence a priority recognises that all Queenslanders have a right to live free from the fear of violence and be safe in their homes.
The department is playing a major role in implementing these reforms, in partnership with other government agencies, non-government organisations, the business sector and our customers.
The Queensland Government has outlined its reform agenda for supporting Queensland families and keeping children safe.
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.
The Queensland Government has outlined its strategy to end domestic and family violence.
The department is currently engaging with industry stakeholders to develop a Queensland Community Services Jobs, Skills and Industry Strategy.