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Final round of Truth, Healing and Reconciliation Grants Program

The purpose of these grants is to continue in the footsteps of the Royal Commission into Institutional Child Sexual Abuse by revealing the truth of the abuse that occurred within Queensland institutions to children, and contributing to healing and reconciliation. The program will provide funding for community groups and organisations to undertake projects related to truth-telling, healing and reconciling histories of people with lived experience of institutional child abuse across all Queensland communities. Applications close Wednesday, 8th June. Find out more and apply. For more information contact Ms Kelly Lotz, Manager, Redress Coordination/Secretariat Unit, Department of Children, Youth Justice and Multicultural Affairs via email at taskforce.secretariat@cyjma.qld.gov.au.

It’s your choice – this way or that?

It is completely legitimate for discussion and debate to occur about the best approaches that should be taken to youth…

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Release Of PeakCare’s Annual Report For 2021-22

PeakCare is pleased to release our Annual Report for 2021-22. Two versions of the report have been produced. The first…

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Get COVID ready this holiday season

With Premier Palaszczuk having announced last week that the fourth Omicron wave has hit the State, PeakCare urges all service…

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It’s your choice – this way or that?

It is completely legitimate for discussion and debate to occur about the best approaches that should be taken to youth…

Read More

Release Of PeakCare’s Annual Report For 2021-22

PeakCare is pleased to release our Annual Report for 2021-22. Two versions of the report have been produced. The first…

Read More

Get COVID ready this holiday season

With Premier Palaszczuk having announced last week that the fourth Omicron wave has hit the State, PeakCare urges all service…

Read More