Roles and responsibilities
Understand the roles and responsibilities of organisations involved in child wellbeing and child protection
Human Services Network
HSNet (Human Services Network) is a free website available to anyone looking for support services across NSW in the areas of family support, child protection, child wellbeing, health, disability, aged care, welfare, community, education, legal, justice and housing.
HSNet also supports staff working across the NSW human services sector, both government and non-government, by providing a comprehensive web-based public directory of support services with optional e-referral and service capacity management.
The components of HSNet are:
Search – a comprehensive directory of human and justice services across NSW, searching is open to the public and available from any internet-enabled device. Registered members can save favourite services for easy retrieval.
Groups – a collection of private and public collaboration spaces where users can find information from around the sector. Registered members can post articles and events to the HSNet community, as well as create their own groups for private collaboration.
Capacity – a handy traffic light in the service directory where services can display their current availability, allowing users to quickly and easily place clients.
Referral – a secure network where users can refer a client from service to service and track the progress of the referral. For registered members only, this tool is only visible to users that have been setup as Referrers by HSNet
HSNet is a cross sector initiative of the NSW Government. The website is administered and supported by the Department of Family and Community Services.
More information can be found at HSNet.