The five core elements of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Placement Principle
Our case studies below build evidence through demonstrating what works in supporting our children and families to have strong social and emotional wellbeing.
The Palm Island Community Company (PICC) is a not – for- profit organisation which was established in 2007. It is an Aboriginal organisation committed to community control principles and protocols of self-determination through the provision of whole-of life services for people of the Island that reach across generations.
The HALT Collective Group is an evolving process to stop, slow down and reduce the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children and Young People entering the Tertiary Child Protection System. The group meaningfully addresses the over representation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in the child protection system.
Kurbingui offers services to Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander community members, families, young people and children delivering various community services and support across areas such as employment and training, family support, support and specialist services, domestic and family violence, alcohol and substance abuse, cultural education and engagement, recreation and sports, and group workshops for young people, men and women.
Our promising practice case study framework underpins our commitment to promote and progress the implementation of the five elements of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Placement Principle (ATSICPP).