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Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women

We provide the following information for the community on the Queensland Government website:

Caring for a child

Support for victims of abuse

Announcements and initiatives

Stop Cyberbullying 2020 Grants now open

Got an idea to stop cyberbullying? The Stop Cyberbullying grants program provides an opportunity to put your ideas into action. If you are aged 10 to 25 or a community organisation, apply now. Applications close midnight 10 May 2020.

Stop Cyberbullying creative competition

Got a creative idea to help stop cyberbullying? If you are aged 10 to 16 you can enter the Stop Cyberbullying competition with a video, song, poem, photo or artwork – whichever medium you choose! You can win a share in up to $5,000 worth of prizes for sharing your creative ideas! Applications close midnight 10 May 2020.

Domestic and Family Violence Prevention in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Communities grants

Grants of up to $5,000 are available for organisations to run community events, projects or activities from June to September 2020 to raise awareness of, and help prevent, domestic and family violence in culturally and linguistically diverse communities. Applications close at midday on Friday 10 April. 

Queensland Youth Week 2020

Queensland Youth Week 2020 (1-9 April)

We're celebrating QYW20 across Queensland over 9 jam-packed days in April. Check the website to find out what's happening near you.

  • Supporting Families, Changing Futures

    The Queensland Government is transforming the state’s child protection and family support system to help families care for their children and make Queensland the safest place in Australia to raise a child.

    Find out more about Supporting Families, Changing Futures

  • End domestic and family violence

    Based on the recommendations of the Special Taskforce on Domestic and Family Violence in Queensland, we are leading a 10-year reform program to put an end to domestic and family violence in partnership with the non-government sector, business and the Queensland community.

    Find out more about End domestic and family violence

Feedback and complaints

We’re keen to hear about your experience with us. Do you have any ideas about how we can improve our service?