Our vision

The Supporting Families Changing Futures reform program is focused on delivering the right services at the right time to support families and keep children safely at home. By implementing the reforms, our vision is that:

Queensland children and young people are cared for, protected, safe and able to reach their full potential. Queensland families and communities are empowered to become stronger, more capable, more resilient and are supported by a child and family support system that understands and respects the importance of family, community, and culture.

We are working in partnership with peak bodies, services providers and communities to deliver the best outcomes for all Queensland children and their families.

What's happening

19-27 October
National Children's Week

1-30 November
Transition to Adulthood Month

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Kids in Care Christmas Gift Donation Drive

Donate a gift for kids in care this Christmas

Christmas can be a difficult time for more than 9500 kids who can’t live with their own families. Donate now!

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Supporting Families Changing Futures 2019-2023

View the Supporting Families Changing Futures 2019-2023 five-year whole-of-government strategy for the final stage of the 10-year child and family reform program.

Changing Tracks improving lives

Reconciliation Week marked the release of the inaugural Changing Tracks Progress Report, which highlights improvements to the lives of Indigenous Queenslanders.

We need more foster carers, like you

Fostering is a special job that needs people with extraordinary hearts. People just like you. View the stories of real foster carer families and find out how you can become one.

A contemporary information sharing framework

If you work within the Queensland family support sector, find out more about the information sharing guidelines that have been developed to help you understand your obligations under the Child Protection Act 1999.

Intervening at school

Sadly, some children are exposed to violence at home, which causes behavioural issues at school. To help them, child safety have started working with schools to address the cause and reduce the need for statutory services.

Info kit for professionals

The QFCC'sinformation kit on child protection for professionals provides those working with kids and families the information they need to promote the safety, wellbeing and best interests of children.

Walking with dads to step towards safety for families

Holding perpetrators of DFV to account and highlighting the harmful effects their actions have on their children are key to Walking with Dads, an intervention program showing promise in its four trial locations.

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