The Human Services Outcomes Framework is a cross-agency framework which specifies seven wellbeing outcomes for the NSW population: safety, home, economic, health, education and skills, social and community, and empowerment. The outcome domains were designed by agencies and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and informed by a review of national and international research on what determines a person’s wellbeing.
The Human Services Outcomes Framework provides a way to understand and measure the extent to which FACS makes a long-term positive difference to people’s lives and enables us to build evidence of what works in improving wellbeing.
The application to FACS contains the following elements:
More information on how FACS is applying the Human Services Outcomes Framework is contained in the following documents: