Family Relationship Centres are a critical entry point or gateway for families, who may or may not have children, to the broader family law and family suppor
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List of counselling organisations 1 July 2019 - 30 June 2024, (definition of Family Counsellor) Designation.
This document has been prepared by the Attorney-General’s Department to provide family counsellors with general information about their role and responsibilities under the Family Law Act 1975 (the Family Law Act).
This Protocol assists Family Relationship Centres (FRCs) and practising legal professionals with the provision of legal information and advice to FRC clients, and is in addition to the standard professional duties and obligations required of legal professionals, Family Dispute Resolution (FDR) practitioners, and other FRC staff.
This Protocol applies to Grantees party to a grant agreement with the Department of Social Services (DSS) on behalf of the Attorney-General’s Department, under which the Grantee is approved to receive funding through the Commonwealth’s Family Relationship Services Program (FRSP), to operate a Family Relationship Centre.
On 18 October 2018, an evaluation of the Family Advocacy and Support Services was finalised. The evaluation was conducted by Inside Policy Pty Ltd.
Published in October 2018, this Framework outlines policy context, minimum operational requirements and practice principles expected of Children’s Contact Services (CCSs) when delivering services.
In 2016, KPMG was engaged to provide advice and assist in identifying how the future needs of the Australian community for family law services (FLS) can be best met over the long term and in a sustainable way.
Published in 2014, this guide is to help Supporting Children after Separation Program (SCaSP) service providers provide seamless, appropriately differentiated service system for children and their parents.
In 2012, an independent review of the Family Law Pathways Networks was conducted to produce an overall picture of the operation of the networks, and to assess the value of the networks against the objectives and the value to family law system professionals.
Family Relationship Centres and the Family Relationship Advice Line are front doors to services that can assist families at all stages of their relationships. The following guidelines are provided to assist with development of the best possible referral practices.