Family Law Pathways
The Northern Rivers Family Law Pathways Network (NRFLPN) is part of the national Family Law Pathways Network initiative established by the Australian Government Attorney General Department.
NRFLPN aims to strengthen the regional legal and community interface and support service providers to achieve the best possible outcomes for separating families and children.
- Support continuous improvement in collaboration and referral practices between diverse organisations that provide services for adults and children experiencing separation and divorce issues.
- Facilitate a more connected and coordinated family law system that minimises conflict and supports outcomes that are in the best interests of children.
- Promote a shared understanding of the range of services available, interdisciplinary practices and knowledge within the sector.
- Engage, equip and support frontline workers with training and peer support opportunities
- Address the gap in access to family law and other support services for Aboriginal communities.
Benefits of participation in NRFLPN include:
Excellent training/ professional development opportunities
Networking opportunities across the family law, Government and community service sectors
Effective client referral arrangements
Great opportunities for collaboration and resource sharing
How to Contact:
Contact: Tracey Mickley
Phone: 02 6623 2750
5 Anzac Close
Lismore, NSW, 2480
5 Anzac Close Lismore NSW 2480
Monday and Tuesday