• Family Group Conferencing

    Family Group Conferencing (FGC) is a voluntary, inclusive and restorative approach to decision making. It involves family members coming together to make significant decisions and develop a case plan. FGC promotes respectful and strength-based engagement in planning to meet what is in the best interests of the child or young person. We have qualified facilitators who offer families a process in a safe and supportive environment, with appropriate resources, for important decisions to be made that are both realistic, restorative of well-being and will last over time

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What is a Family Group Conference

From time-to-time, families have difficulties caring for their children and this can be for many different reasons. Family group conferencing is a way of bringing family members together in a positive way with an impartial facilitator to make a plan for their child or young person.

Who Can Attend?

Before the family group conference is held, the facilitator will spend time with you and your family and explore who else needs to attend the conference. This could include members of the extended family and kin, a support person or a community elder.

 Family Group Conferencing Process

How to refer to us for a Family Group Conference

One Future is an approved Family Group Conference provider who covers the whole of NSW. To refer to One Future you can complete the referral form on our website. Once the referral is received one of our Family Services team will get back to you within one business hour with acknowledgement.

Alternatively, if your request is urgent you can call our office number on 02 66782181 

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  • Family Group Conferencing

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