Future directions in permanent care and adoption

On May 1st the Centre, Foster Care Association of Victoria and Post Placement Support Service hosted a consultation session to discuss Future Directions in Permanent Care and Adoption.

This event provided an opportunity for 40 adoptive and permanent to discuss the Future Directions in Permanent Care and Adoption project directly with DHS, and deliver direct insights to help improve the system.

Another forum will be held in July to provide an opportunity for interested parties to respond to the Department's draft directions, which we will publicise closer to the date.


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