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36 East St, Rockhampton 4700, QLD
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The Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women, previously known as the Department of Child Safety, Seniors and Disability Services, is a government agency in Queensland, Australia. This department is dedicated to ensuring the safety and well-being of children, supporting youth development, and empowering women in the community. With a focus on providing essential services and programs, the department plays a crucial role in safeguarding vulnerable populations and promoting inclusivity.

Established with a commitment to upholding the rights of children, seniors, and individuals with disabilities, the Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women has a rich history of advocating for social justice and equality. Through continuous evaluation of its services and programs, the department strives to enhance its performance and meet the evolving needs of the community. By conducting thorough reviews and inquiries, the department ensures transparency and accountability in its operations, fostering trust and confidence among stakeholders.

Researchers interested in collaborating with the Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women can learn about the research approval process and submit applications for conducting studies. By facilitating research initiatives, the department aims to advance knowledge in areas related to child safety, youth development, and women’s issues. Committed to promoting evidence-based practices, the department values research as a tool for driving positive change and improving outcomes for individuals and families across Queensland.