The objective of the Family Law Pathways Network is to is to foster strong links with locally based providers, who operate as part of or alongside the family law system, to enhance collaboration and improve overall assistance to separated and separating families.
We do this by promoting awareness of services for separated families in the Central Coast region and facilitating cross-sector training for professionals from legal and social services.
The Central Coast Family Law Pathways Network is funded by the Australian Government Attorney General’s Department and auspiced by Interrelate.
Family Law Pathways Network - Vision & Structure
Family Law Pathways Network Central Coast Team
The steering committee will be made up of a broad range of representatives from organisations operating in the family law system as agreed by the existing committee. The Steering Committee must be made up of at least six members, five of whom are independent of the auspice organisation.
Our Steering Committee is made up of a broad range of Central Coast representatives from organisations operating in or alongside the family law system.
The role of the Steering Committee is to further the objective of the Network by:
- Developing an annual Strategic Work Plan of activities
- Developing a budget for the financial year
- Meeting quarterly to progress the Strategic Plan
If you are interested in joining the Committee to build stronger working relationships between legal and social services who work with separated families on the Central Coast please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to apply.