Our services framework considers all aspects of a child’s case plan and integrates the five elements of the Child Placement Principles: prevention, partnership, participation, placement and connection with a very strong focus on the prevention, partnership & placement principles. BSFGC are uniquely placed to understand localised cultural and community connections and protocols and fulfil any and all of the legislative requirements outlined in section 83 of the Child Protection Act 1999.
Our practices align with CYJMA's Our Way Strategy and we work with the Family Matters Building Blocks to ensure high quality service deliver to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people across Queensland.
Facilitated, trauma-informed practices that are culturally safe and appropriate for all placements
Quality case assessment and placement guided by CYJMA policies, procedures and practice strategies.
Facilitated help to reunify children to their families or support independent
Help for parents and families to avoid child protection orders.
Please contact our office using the form below to discuss opportunities to engage our services.