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New South Wales - Organisation
Phillips Cottage (1982 - 1990?)
- Family Group Home, Foster Care, Home and Protestant
- Alternative Names
- Family Group Home Maitland
- Special Projects of the United Protestant Association
Phillips Cottage was a foster home set up by the United Protestant Association at Maitland. The UPA had intended to open a family group home at Maitland, but it was not required. It opened as Special Projects of the UPA then became a foster home for a family of three children and was named Phillips Cottage, in honour of its benefactor. It closed around 1990.
- Agst, Thomas Urich [with Robert J Martin], The UPA Story, United Protestant Association of NSW Ltd, Wahroonga, n.d., 67 pp. Details
- United Protestant Association of N.S.W. (ed.), The Protestant world : official organ of the United Protestant Association of New South Wales., 1921-1980. Details
Sources used to compile this entry: Agst, Thomas Urich [with Robert J Martin], The UPA Story, United Protestant Association of NSW Ltd, Wahroonga, n.d., 67 pp.
Prepared by: Naomi Parry
Created: 15 August 2013, Last modified: 30 August 2013