The Australian Government funds Family Law Pathways Networks around Australia. Each Network comprises of professionals operating within the family law system who focus on information-sharing and networking opportunities in a local area; and develop and maintain cross-sector training to help build stronger working relationships across the family law system.
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TOOWOOMBA FAMILY LAW PATHWAYS NETWORK
The Networks contribute to the family law system by:
- assisting with maintaining appropriate referral mechanisms between locally based organisations operating as part of or alongside the family law system
- developing and maintaining a shared understanding of the roles of Network members and key organisations operating as part of or alongside the family law system, and
- developing and maintaining awareness of products, services and training available to Network members.
All networks meet regularly and encourage new members. (www.familyrelationships.gov.au)
The Toowoomba Family Law Pathways Network aims to support the development of a co ordinated family law service system in the Toowoomba region. The Network focuses on information-sharing and networking opportunities across the area in response to local need. The Network is also providing mentoring support for the newly established Bundaberg and Gold Coast Family Law Pathways Networks.
The TASC Legal Services Co-ordinator has been appointed as Deputy Chair of the Toowoomba Network for 2015.