Fams submitted a brief to Minister Kate Washington this week, harnessing sector expertise for a redesigned service model for Family Preservation in NSW. The Minister has requested a meeting with Fams for further discussion in 2024. Click here to read the brief.
The key sector insights include:
-Centering child focused language in all aspects of service design
-TEI and Family Preservation as a continuum of care
-Rural, regional and remote specific considerations
-Disrupting the cycle of rereport and closure
– Flexibility in service models
-Adequate funding to ensure service capacity
We are committed to continuing our support in the Family Preservation sector leading up to recommissioning and beyond.