Children, Youth and Families services are delivered by Churches of Christ in Queensland, a leading not-for-profit church and community services organisation who provide quality care to people across their life journey. Alongside child, young people and family care, we are active in community housing, retirement living, home and community care and residential aged care as well as a range of mission activities in Queensland and Victoria.
Since 1970, we have responded to community needs and grown into a leading service provider of:
• Early childhood learning and care
• Family based and alternative care
• Transition to adulthood
• Early intervention and family support.
Throughout each of these services, our dedicated team strive to support the voices of children, young people and families to be heard. Through listening to their experiences and understanding their journey, we support them to belong, grow, connect and thrive in their community.
We also have dedicated and specialised teams throughout Queensland who support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people, nurturing the growth of a strong sense of identity through the promotion of connection to their kin and culture.
From newborns, to those new to adulthood and at every stage in between, we care.
A kinship carer’s support makes a difference
‘In this together’ National Reconciliation Week 2020
Bringing joy this Christmas
Celebrating 40 years of Family Day Care services
Child Protection Award-winning program supports Jindalee students
Driven to serve and protect vulnerable youth
Connecting to culture through the Gudjuda Indigenous Land and Sea Rangers
Family Day Care educators recognised for National Family Day Care Week
No lingering regrets in surge towards success
Elders acknowledged for connecting children to culture
Intensive Family Support Services ‘School Readiness’
It’s a family affair
Learning delicious dishes and lifelong skills
Meet the twenty-something who opened her home to foster caring
Protecting children is everyone's business - Child Protection Week 2019
Ready for the challenge
Respite Foster Care
Teaching young people about respectful relationships
The one who teaches children good manners
We all have a part to play