DIRECTORY OF SERVICES
CatholicCare Children’s Contact ServiceCatholicCare Children’s Contact ServiceCatholicCare Wollongong
What is the Children’s Contact Service?
We offer short term services that help and support families who are experiencing conflict following separation or divorce and finding it difficult to co-parent. We provide services for children aged between 6 weeks and 12 years old in a safe and neutral environment.
We work together with families to help them enjoy positive experiences with their children. We assist them to work towards co-parenting and managing their own contact arrangements. This is done by moving through progressively more independent service streams.
What services do we offer?
We provide Supervised Contact, Supported Contact, Changeover and Supported Changeover services. The services are designed to be progressive in nature, so suitable families will move through the different service streams on their way to self managing their own contact arrangements.
When using our service, we may recommend other suitable services to help parents develop a supportive bridge so their children can feel safe and secure when moving from one parent to the other.
Where are our centres located?
We have centres in the Illawarra, Macarthur and Shoalhaven areas. They are all accessible by public transport.
Who can use the service?
While families with court orders are usually given preference, safety comes first. Both parents need to agree to our service rules and we need to be sure that the children, staff and parents will all be safe when using our service.
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Download our Fee Policy HERE.
Download our current Waiting List HERE.
The Family Law Pathways Network Service Directory aims to provide access to accurate and up-to-date information about various support services throughout the Illawarra and Southern Highlands Regions. The directory will support members to make informed decisions regarding appropriate referral pathways to assist organisations operating as part of or alongside the family law system.
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