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Changing Tracks 2020-2022 continues to set the vision for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people to grow up safe, loved and cared for in family, community and culture.
Queenslanders experiencing or impacted by domestic and family violence can visit the Queensland Government domestic violence online portal as a single point of access for information, services and support.
There are lots of great ways to stay safe online when you are at home. Visit the Office of the eSafety Commissioner website for a range of tips and advice.
If you are a foster or kinship carer, find all you need to know to help you care for, and provide a safe and healthy environment for, a child or young person who is placed with you.
Visit our new portal to discover resources to help children, young people, parents, carers and communities collaborate to combat cyberbullying.
This program for family members and friends of people affected by ice and other drugs will provide accessible education, advice, strategies and connection to support services.
People who have experienced institutional child sexual abuse can apply to the National Redress Scheme.
Find out what Queenslanders had to say about proposed changes to the Child Protection Act 1999.
Prevent. Support. Believe. Queensland’s Framework to address Sexual Violence outlines our overarching approach to preventing and responding to sexual violence.
View the stories of real foster carer families and find out how you can become one.
We need more foster carers, like you
If you are experiencing, or impacted by, domestic and family violence you can search for a support service near you.
Find local support for DFV
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