- General enquiries 13 QGOV (13 74 68)
Donate to the Christmas Care Appeal 2015
From 16 November to 4 December, donate a gift to the appeal and support Queenslanders who have left a domestic violence situation to build a new life for themselves and their children in 2016.
Make change happen: become a Child Safety Officer
Cadetship applications are now open for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in their final year of a Bachelor of Human Services or Social Work, who are interested in a career as a Child Safety Officer.
What's your [WHAT-IF] plan?
Make sure you have an emergency plan in place for your family and pets, and prepare your home to be storm and flood ready. Create your [WHAT-IF] plan now.
Next Step After Care
Young Queenslanders up to 21 years old and who have left care, can now access help 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling or texting 1800 NEXTSTEP (1800 639 878).
Sortli is a free mobile app for young people to help them think about their life after leaving the care system and plan their transition to independence.
Trust your instinct
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.
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Keep up to date on what’s going on for young people across Queensland. For services, programs and events, we’ve got it covered. Follow us on Twitter @qldyouth.