Child protection factsheets
Collection of factsheets related to child protection.
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Changes to child protection and what it means - web version
Important changes to the child protection system came into effect on 4 February 2019. These changes aim to keep children safe at home, and if this isn’t possible, to work with urgency to find a [...]
PSP Away from Placement Policy (January 2022)
This policy supports management of away from placement events experienced by (1) children in OOHC, in primary case responsibility of a PSP provider; and (2) young adults receiving after-care support and services, arranged by their [...]
PSP Family Preservation Packages Business Rules
The PSP Family Preservation Package has been designed to provide the supports to maintain children safely at home with their families.
Program Logic for TEI
The TEI program logic template is a tool to help service providers clearly articulate the purpose/objective of their program.
Public Guardian with an Advocacy function NGO Checklist for applications
A protocol between Family and Community Services (FACS) and the NSW Public Guardian supports the appointment of the Public Guardian with an Advocacy function for young people aged 16 or 17 who are transitioning from [...]
Supporting permanency case planning for children and young people
A practice resource for FACS-funded service providers to support the transition onto PSP and ChildStory
Questions and answers about the new program
A new approach to recruit, develop and support guardians, adoptive parents and other carers
Changes to the Brighter Futures Service Provision Guidelines
This factsheet answers the frequently asked questions about the changes to the Brighter Futures service provision guidelines in 2017
Targeted earlier intervention Factsheet
Factsheet about TEI and the consultation process involved in informing improvements
Exchanging Information - Private Health Professionals
Explains the scheme for how organisations involved in child protection exchange information as outlined in Chapter 16A of the Children And Young Persons (Care and Protection) Act 1998