Category: Minister for Child Protection

Strengthening Connections To Family And Community

A leading model of kinship care, helping to strengthen family and community connections for Aboriginal children is now operating across Victoria. Attending the 13th Aboriginal Children’s Forum in Horsham today, Minister for Child Protection Luke Donnellan announced the new $2 million Aboriginal Kinship Finding Service is now taking referrals. Its establishment will provide greater stability […]

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Helping Young Aboriginal People Get The Care They Need

The Andrews Labor Government is partnering with the Bendigo District Aboriginal Cooperative (BDAC) to build stronger futures for Aboriginal children in care. The local organisation becomes the second of its kind in Victoria to be part of the Australian-first Aboriginal Children in Aboriginal Care program. The $13.7 million initiative is a vital step forward in […]

Categories: Media Release, Minister for Child Protection

Looking Out For Victoria’s Child Protection Workforce

The Andrews Labor Government is introducing a new wellbeing program for child protection staff to ensure they have the mental and emotional support they need while looking after vulnerable kids. Minister for Child Protection Luke Donnellan said new resilience training has been made available to all child protection practitioners. The $1.24 million Child Protection Wellbeing […]

Categories: Media Release, Minister for Child Protection