If you believe your child is in immediate danger or a life-threatening situation, call emergency services on triple zero – 000.
Under our legislation, we don’t investigate individual children’s and families’ circumstances. If you suspect a child in Queensland is experiencing harm or neglect, please contact the Department of Children, Youth Justice and Multicultural Affairs.

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What matters most to a child in care?

What matters most to a child in care?

Young Queenslanders with lived experience of the state’s child protection sys
Special delivery for kids in care, with love from Queensland

Special delivery for kids in care, with love from Queensland

Six thousand foster and kinship care families in Queensland will soon receive
Research reveals warning signs for filicide

Research reveals warning signs for filicide

Queensland children who are exposed to violence, alcohol and drugs at home ar
The world through the eyes of young people

The world through the eyes of young people

The Queensland Family and Child Commission (QFCC) called on all young Queensl
Bremer SHS launches region-first program in Talking Families

Bremer SHS launches region-first program in Talking Families

Bremer State High School has today become the first high school in the Ipswic
Out of the Dark Steering Committee reconvenes

Out of the Dark Steering Committee reconvenes

The Queensland Family and Child Commission (QFCC), the Office of the eSafety