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Child Safety Officer Amy talking about her work with a young person.

Young person inspired by her CSO to study youth work

Child Safety Officer Amy talks about her work with a young person.

Community Resource Officers Doug and Mizhar

Community joins together to raise awareness for mental health

Community Resource Officers Doug and Mizhar organised a touch football carnival to help raise awareness for suicide prevention and community mental health.

The Roma Child Safety Service Centre team is smiling at the camera wearing their new shirts.

Roma Child Safety team shows support through new t-shirts

The Roma Child Safety Service Centre team is sporting new t-shirts featuring the artwork of a young Aboriginal artist they support.

At-risk kids in West Cairns reap the benefits of new program

An 8-week trial program that increased the availability and choice of activities for at-risk children aged 8 to 12 years old has been extended due to its success.

Create Foundation consultant Ceceilia stands smiling with trees in the background.

Giving a voice to young people in care

Transition to Adulthood Month is an important awareness campaign about the challenges that young people in care experience when moving into adult life.

Reconnecting families in FNQ

Joanne Borg has won a Child Protection Week 2018 Award for her Reconnection project.

Supporting children for the future

Sarah is leading the way for our Far North Queensland child safety team.  

Maryborough is leading by example

Child Safety Officers James and Charles are seeing the positive impact of their work in Maryborough.  

The power of positive change

Meet CSOs Claire, Emily and Amy who are working alongside families in Ipswich.

Giving families hope in the Moreton Bay region

Meet Nicole, who is making a difference to the lives of families as a Child Safety Officer.

Schools are saying Not Now, Not Ever

Schools got behind our Not Now, Not Ever campaign to help put an end to domestic and family violence.

Police officer

Communities are saying Not Now, Not Ever

Community groups are taking on the challenge to put an end to domestic and family violence.

Sporting clubs tackling domestic and family violence

See how sporting clubs are helping to tackle domestic and family violence.

Workplaces saying Not Now, Not Ever

Queensland workplaces came together to help raise awareness of domestic and family violence.

Rose

Rose

Rose's life took a different path when she first became a foster carer 11 years ago.

Matt and Joyce

Matt and Joyce

As foster carers, Matt and Joyce believe that "people come into your life for a reason".

Donald Mathias and Millicent Okoh

Donald and Millicent

Donald and Millicent’s main motivation as carers is to help out the young kids who need help and a home.

Meegan and Steve

Meegan and Steve

Meegan has been a foster carer for more than 14 years, now she and her husband Steve help to make a difference to the lives of kids in care.

Chris and Sophiaan

Chris and Sophiaan

When Chris and Sophiaan met their foster child, they knew immediately they had made the right decision to become foster parents.