General information about the department, including details about its structure, values and key staff, as well as annual reports and budget and career information.
- Supporting Victorians living with disabilities
- Protecting vulnerable children
- Assisting young people entering or leaving the youth justice system
- Recovery from emergencies
- Providing more and better public and social housing
- Improving the range of affordable housing options
- Reducing homelessness
- Working to improve the quality of life for all Victorian women
- Coordinating Victorian whole-of-government policies for women
- Driving a whole-of-government agenda in relation to Victorians aged 12 to 25
- Delivering programs and initiatives that support the social, civic and economic participation of young people
An overview of our department. Includes descriptions of functional areas and responsibilities, and an organisational chart.
The Department of Human Services' values are central to the way we deal with clients, colleagues and suppliers. This page highlights these values.
Gill Callister is the Secretary of the Department of Human Services. She oversees and administers the entire department and chairs a board that includes the executive directors and deputy secretaries responsible for each of the divisions and groups.
The Department of Human Services produces an organisation-wide, and other annual reports, after the end of each financial year. The department's annual report is tabled in Parliament.
The latest information on the Victorian State Budget, contact information and a link to the Victorian State Budget website.
The department offers many different career options. There are a variety of employment opportunities available. Learn more about different occupations and search for current job vacancies.
Various functions relating to the activities of the Department of Human Services are managed by other departments or agencies. This page lists them.