COVID Response

By admin on Date February 28, 2022


DBCYP Service Delivery update – effective from February 2022. The DBCYP office is open and our program streams are delivering at full capacity through a hybrid model of face-to-face and digital delivery. We are following the advice of the Queensland Government to ensure we protect staff, clients and our community by practising safe hygiene and health practises.

Our Commitment

We remain committed to implementing the necessary COVID Safe measures in order to keep our team of employees, volunteers, and importantly, our clients and community safe. For specific DBCYP program contacts, please see the Youth ServicesEmployabilityChildren and Families, and/or Bean Seen Coffee page. Our emergency DBCYP contact number is 0408 005 638.

What does this mean and how can we best support you?

We know it’s hard to keep up with everything in this crazy time.

While DBCYP will not be doing face to face work for a while, we are still here for you!

Whether you want support navigating all things COVID, or to talk with a team member about other issues, please click the button and someone will get in touch.

Also, remember to keep your eye on our Social Media where we will be providing up to date information as it comes to hand.

For now, here are some handy links:

Read more about the Queensland Government restrictions here.

Please keep up to date with the current contact tracing alerts for the Moreton Bay region here.

Other health information, including where to get tested if you are experiencing symptoms, can be found on the Queensland Health Website or you can contact the Coronavirus health Information Line 24 Hours a day, 7 days a week on 1800 020 080.

Information for multicultural communities can be found here.

The importance of self-care during the pandemic

Self-care is often the first thing that gets sacrificed when life is busy and stressful, and people often think that taking time for themselves seems indulgent. But looking after your own wellbeing will help you get through this challenging time, and will help you to better care for others.

Amidst the confusion and constant stream of information due to COVID-19, practicing self-care can help you focus, make decisions and stay healthy.

See the Black Dog Institute or Beyond Blue for helpful ways to stay on top of your physical and mental health.

Places to call if you need help 

Lifelife: 13 11 14

Kids Helpline: 1800 55 1800

1800Respect: 1800 737 732

Headspace: 1800 650 890

Beyond Blue: 1300 224 636

Debt Helpline: 1800 007 007