Television personality and White Ribbon Ambassador Andrew O’Keefe was a special guest at a joint Department of Human Services and Australian Federal Police event acknowledging the work of White Ribbon Australia and their campaign to prevent men’s violence against women. Continue reading Taking a stand against violence against women
Richard clearly remembers the day he had to rush a person affected by family and domestic violence out a side door to safety, as an ex-partner tracked them down at an office. Continue reading Focus on family and domestic violence
The Department of Human Services has reached an Indigenous workforce milestone target of 5 per cent. Continue reading DHS reaches 5 per cent Indigenous workforce target
The Department of Human Services Camperdown Agent is moving from Church Street to Pike Street from next week. Continue reading Centrelink and Medicare Agent on the move
The birth of a child means a significant lifestyle change in any family. For Department of Human Services Team Leader, Chris and his wife Julia, this change was even bigger.
The Department of Human Services’ Cyclone Debbie Response Team has recently been announced as winners of an Exceptional Team Performance award, as part of an annual staff awards ceremony.
Every night, around 105,000 people are homeless or sleeping rough across the country, with almost half of those aged under 25 years, and nearly 18,000 children under the age of 12 years.
Students, Australian Apprentices and job seekers getting Youth Allowance or ABSTUDY Living Allowance as a dependant may need to ask their parents or guardians to provide their income details as part of the annual reassessment.