National Redress Scheme
BUSHkids – Royal Queensland Bush Children’s Health Scheme
became a Participating Institution of the
National Redress Scheme on 25th December 2020.
The Scheme was established in response to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses
to Child Sexual Abuse. It offers acknowledgement and support to people born before 30 June 2010,
who experienced institutional child sexual abuse before 1 July 2018
and who are Australian citizens or permanent residents.
The Scheme offers three components of Redress; access to counselling, a Redress payment, and acknowledgement and recognition, for those who want it, through a direct personal response from the institution responsible for the abuse. It is an alternative to seeking compensation through the courts.
Redress at BUSHkids
The safety of children in our care is our highest priority. We will not tolerate abuse of any kind.
Our commitment to the safety and wellbeing of children is why we are joining the Scheme.
It means that people who suffered harm in the care of this organisation can apply for Redress.
For BUSHkids enquiries, please email our team at: firstname.lastname@example.org
This web page will be updated as key milestones are reached.
Child Safe National Principles
BUSHkids is compliant with the National Principles for Child Safe Organisations (CSO) in: fostering an organisational culture, adopting strategies and taking action in promoting child safety and wellbeing.
View the 10 CSO Principles
(1 page 536kb PDF)
and BUSHkids’ statement of Children’s Rights and Responsibilities
(1 page 134kb PDF) here.
More NRS information
If you have questions about eligibility for Redress, visit the National Redress Scheme website – www.nationalredress.gov.au – or call the National Redress Scheme on 1800 737 377
Free and confidential support services are available from the Scheme throughout the process. These can help explain the application process and who can apply.
The Scheme also provides access to practical and emotional support, legal advice, and financial counselling.
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