Information for Aboriginal people
At DCJ we refer only to "Aboriginal", in recognition that Aboriginal people are the original inhabitants of NSW. We do not have a specific charter of service related to Torres Strait Islander people.
However, we acknowledge and respect that Torres Strait Islander people are among the First Nations of Australia. Torres Strait Islander people are also included amongst our clients and staff.
Children, families and carers
- I need support as a parent
- I have been visited by DCJ, what do I do?
- I want to request an Aboriginal caseworker
- How do I get my child back?
- I am worried about a child - can I call anonymously?
- I want to become a carer for my mob
- I need to go to an Aboriginal Child and Family Centre
- I was in foster care and want to see my records
- I want help from an Aboriginal client service officer
- I need help finding somewhere to live
- I need accommodation so I can work or study away from my home (ERA)
- I need a scholarship to help me stay in school
- I need emergency accommodation
- I’m having trouble with my neighbour (antisocial behaviour)
Domestic and family violence
- I'm getting hit by my man or someone in my mob and I need help
- I need to get an AVO
- I have kids and there's a lot of yelling and violence at home
- I want to leave my abusive and violent partner
- I need to talk to someone about domestic violence
- I want to help a sister who's getting bashed up
- I want to know more about the Staying Home Leaving Violence program
- Aboriginal Outcomes Strategy
- About Communities and Justice
- How we work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders
- Aboriginal Cultural Capability Framework
- Aboriginal Impact Statement
- Services and support contacts for Aboriginal people
- NSW Practice Framework