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Department of Family and Community Services (Cth)

Category: Organisation
Binomial Name: Australian Commonwealth Government
Sub Category:Federal Government
Location:Australia
Alternative Names:
  • FaCS
  • URL: http://www.facs.gov.au/
    Summary Information:
    The Department of Family and Community Services (FaCS) is part of a portfolio comprising FaCS, Centrelink and the Australian Institute of Family Studies. The portfolio is responsible for a broad range of social policy issues affecting Australian society and the living standards of Australian families, communities and individuals. It is responsible for income support, housing policy, community support, disability services, child care services and family issues, including family payments, child support and family relationships.

    Related Entries

    Agreement
  • Agreement on National Indigenous Housing Information - Signatory
  • Agreement for the Provision and Management of Housing and Related Infrastructure for Indigenous People in the Northern Territory - Signatory
  • Wadeye Shared Responsibility Agreement
  • Commonwealth State Housing Agreement 2003-2008: Bilateral Agreement (Queensland)
  • Agreement for the Provision and Management of Housing and Infrastructure for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People in Queensland (excluding the Torres Strait Region)
  • Wadeye 'Healthy Housing and Women's Development' Shared Responsibility Agreement (SRA)
  • Organisation
  • Indigenous Housing Authority of the Northern Territory - Partner
  • Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA) (Cth) - Formerly known as
  • Policy/Strategy
  • Community Harmony Strategy
  • Green Corps Australia
  • MoneyBusiness - Partner
  • Army Aboriginal Community Assistance Program (AACAP)

  • References

    Resource
    Commonwealth of Australia (2003) Department of Families, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs

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