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NQDVRS Townsville

1st Floor

Metway Arcade

390 Flinders Street

Townsville  QLD 4810

Phone  07 4721 2888

Fax      07 4721 1794

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NQDVRS Mount Isa

Old Court House Building

Mount Isa QLD 4825

Phone  07 4743 0946

Fax       07 4743 7999

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DEPARTMENT OF CHILD PROTECTION  


Central Complaints and Review Unit:

Phone 1800 080 464

Email:  complaints@childsafety.qld.gov.au

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Investigates concerns about actions and decisions made by state government departments.

Free call 1800 600 028


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PARENTLINE is a free, confidential telephone service that provides counselling and referrals. Counsellors are available from 8 am to 10 pm,  

7 days a week Phone 1300 301 300


KIDS HELPLINE, 24 hrs 7 days

Free call 1800 55 1800 - counselling for children and young people  


WHATEVER YOU DO, if you have fears for your or your children’s safety, consider making a safety plan to use if you have to leave in a hurry.  And REMEMBER acts of domestic violence and the outcome of those acts are the SOLE responsibility of the person committing them!  


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