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Who can help?

How do I know what to expect in care? Who can help me?

For more information about what to expect in care, you can contact one of the following organisations:

Child Safety Services

Child Safety Service Centres are located in communities throughout Queensland. Child Safety Officers work in Child Safety Service Centres. You should speak to your Child Safety Officer if you have a question about your case plan or care.

If you need to speak to Child Safety Services during the night or on a weekend, you can call the After Hours Service Centre on 1800 177 135 or (07) 3235 9999.

CREATE Foundation

CREATE aims to create a better life for children and young people in care. It offers support to young people in care, connecting young people to each other and to people who can help.

Phone: 1800 655 105
Web: http://create.org.au/
Email: qld@create.org.au

Office of the Public Guardian

The Office of the Public Guardian supports and protects the rights of children and young people in care. They do this through Community Visitors who can come to see you in care to provide help and support, and through their Child Advocate who can provide support if you need to go to a court or tribunal.

Phone: 1800 661 533
e-mail: child@publicguardian.qld.gov.au

Youth Advocacy Centre

The Youth Advocacy Centre offers free legal services, youth support and family support assistance and services to young people particularly those who are involved in the child protection system.

Phone: (07) 3356 1002
Email: admin@yac.net.au

Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Protection Peak

Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Protection Peak works to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families.

Phone: (07) 3328 8500
Website: http://www.qatsicpp.com.au

Last modified: 
23 December 2016