Of Services

The Family Law Pathways Network Service Directory aims to provide access to accurate and up-to-date information about various support services throughout the South Coast of NSW.

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Post Separation Cooperative Parenting (Anglicare)


This program assists parents, children and young people experiencing the challenges of family separation. We assist parents to manage their conflict to ensure their children feel supported and safe; providing children and young people with a safe space to talk through their family separation.

If you decide to go to Court for a decision regarding your child, the Court may recommend or order either parent, or even both, to participate in a Post Separation Cooperative Parenting Program this Court order of attendance in these programs can occur at any time during the Court process.

Separated parents who are not talking, who are finding it hard to communicate without fighting or having trouble managing parenting arrangements can take advantage of this program. Available for both parents, who can be seen separately it is also available even if only one parent wishes to attend. Children and young people can come along separately for counselling and group work.

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Services are encouraged to notify the Network Project Officer of any changes to service listings as they arise.

The Directory lists services who have identified themselves as working with families in crisis. Please note that the SCFLPN does not personally endorse or recommend any specific service listed on this site and/or the Directory of Services. Any user must make an informed decision as to the engagement of any of the services listed in this Directory of their own accord.


In this section you will find a list of useful links and resources relating to separating or separated families.

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