Social Benefit Bonds Pilot Program

As part of the Queensland Government’s Social Benefit Bonds (SBB) Pilot Program, three pilot SBBs were contracted in 2017.

Queensland SBB

The Queensland SBB aims to safely reunify children in out-of-home care with their families, with a focus on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children.

YouthChoices SBB

The YouthChoices SBB aims to reduce the frequency and severity of offending behaviour of young people who are at risk of detention or remand.

Youth CONNECT SBB

The Youth CONNECT SBB aims to develop the resilience of young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

The three pilot SBBs are supported by upfront capital from private investors. The Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women, and the Department of Housing and Public Works are the responsible contract-managing agencies.

Program Publications

Resources and Information

Understanding Social Benefit Bonds for Queensland

Social Benefit Bonds Pilot Program Case Study (PDF 141KB)

The Queensland Government has made available this case study as a general information resource, based on experience specific to the SBB Pilot Program. Any enquiries relating to current Queensland Government policy should be directed to the SBB Pilot Program team.

Contact

Social Benefit Bonds Pilot Program team

Email: socialbenefitbonds@treasury.qld.gov.au

The program team will respond to enquiries within five business days.

Last updated: 18 October 2018