National Family Law Pathways
 
 
 

Coffs Harbour

Family Law Pathways Network

Family Law Pathways Network Coffs Harbour:

“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much”
― Helen Keller

The FLPN aims to foster strong links with locally based providers, who operate as part of or alongside the family law system, to enhance collaboration and improve the overall assistance provided to separated and separating families. To achieve this the FLPN offers a variety of professional development opportunities and a conference each year to support people working across family law, child protection and children and family services in Grafton, Coffs Harbour and the Nambucca and Bellingen Valleys. It also distributes a newsletter highlighting recent research and resources to a membership of over 600 people.

Today, the FLPN has a network of over 600 professionals and organisations in the Mid North Coast and our Steering Committee has representation from Legal Aid, Interrelate, Warrina Women and Children’s refuge, Mid North Coast Mental Health, Department of Community and Justice and MYP Law.

If you wish to become a member for the FLPN please send your details to coffsharbour@flpn.com.au

AIMS OF THE FLPN

The Coffs Harbour Family Law Pathways Network aim to:

• Support and resource stakeholders in the family law system to achieve the best outcomes for separating families

• Enhance coordination of services offered to separating families through collaboration between organisations operating within family law, child protection and children and family services.

• Cultivate a shared understanding of professional roles within the sector.

FLPN MEMBERSHIP

Membership of the Coffs Harbour FLPN is free for anyone who wishes to join and is relevant to all professionals working across family law, child protection and children and family services.
Benefits of participation in the FLPN include:

• Access to the latest research, resources and information across family law, child protection and children and family services

• Opportunities to participate in inexpensive, high standard professional development and training activities

• A quarterly E News newsletter full of information on local training events, national conferences, new research and resources and network opportunities.

If you wish to become a member for the FLPN please send your details to coffsharbour@flpn.com.au

 



NSW
 

How to Contact:


Contact: Wendy Murray

Phone: 0481 799 844

Email:
coffsharbour@flpn.com.au

Website:
coffsharbour.flpn.com.au

Address:
24 Park Ave
Coffs Harbour, NSW, 2450

Mailing Address:
24 Park Avenue, Coffs Harbour, NSW 2450

Opening Hours:
Thursdays and Fridays 9am – 5pm

Disability Access:
yes