DBCYP’s response to COVID 19

By admin on Date January 8, 2021

DBCYP remains committed to implementing the necessary measures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic in order to protect our team of employees, volunteers, and importantly, our clients & broader community.

Updated 8/1/21

Please see the current DBCYP Covid Response here.

Following the new Qld Govt regulations outlined on the 8th January 2021, our face to face services will be suspended for now, but we will be working hard to minimise the impact to clients by providing on-line and tele services for the duration of these regulations.

What is the Government saying?

From 6pm on the 8th January 2021, greater Brisbane will go into lockdown for three days, while contact tracers work to ensure the UK variant of COVID-19 is not circulating in the community. People in the local government areas of Brisbane, Moreton Bay, Ipswich, Redlands and Logan will be required to stay at home until 6pm Monday 11 January, except for shopping, exercising and medical reasons.

Map of the local government areas comprising Greater Brisbane: Moreton Bay, Brisbane City, Ipswich city, Redland city, Logan City

For up to date details, regularly check the Qld Health website.

Updates on our Services & Programs

Youth Services

Local Pathways to Work

DBay Families

You can also check our Social Media Pages

DBCYPDBay Families, LPW

or message info@dbcyp.org.au

The importance of self-care planning during Coronavirus

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.