The Family Law Pathways Network Northern Rivers, presents the following educational video on the Specialist Indigenous List, aimed at Service Providers, Legal Practitioners, and the wider community to explain the processes and referral pathways for Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander Families.
Supporting children’s positive mental health during parental separation is a vital prevention and early intervention strategy for the wellbeing of children and families, now and into the future. Recent amendments to the Family Law Act provide Family Law Practitioners with a unique opportunity to uphold the voice of children in separating families and promote children’s social and emotional wellbeing and mental health.
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The Northern Rivers Family Law Pathways Network aims to strengthen relationships of professional practitioners and organisations by working collaboratively. Bringing different disciplines together, sharing resources and referral pathways provides a clear direction for separated or separating families navigating the family law system.
Links to service providers and resources for supporting organisations and professionals operating within the family law system. Our vision is a connected family law system that minimises conflict and supports the best interests of families.We seek to achieve this by encouraging practitioners from the legal and non-legal sectors to collaborate, share resources and provide referral pathways within the family law system.
Our purpose is to create a clear pathway for families navigating through the family law system. To provide direction and referral services for separated or separating families. Our objectives include• Support continuous improvement in collaboration with diverse organisations that provide services for separated or separating families • Facilitate a more connected and coordinated family law system that minimises conflict and supports outcomes that are in the best interests of the children• Promote a shared understanding of the range of services available, interdisciplinary practice 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
Contribute to creating a more collaborative family law system. Visit the Membership page for more information.