The Disability Discrimination Legal Services Inc. (DDLS) is a statewide independent community legal centre that specialises in disability discrimination legal matters.
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Youthlaw provides free legal advice for young people under 25.
Womens Legal Service provides free legal services to women from disadvantaged background to address relationship issues or violence.
Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service provides 24 hour free legal services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community.
Victoria Legal Aid provide free legal information and education to all Victorians, with a focus on prevention and early resolution of legal problems. We prioritise more intensive legal services such as legal advice and representation for people who meet eligibility criteria, based on their financial situation, the nature and seriousness of their problem and their … Continued
An independent, not-for-profit Employment Rights Community Legal Centre funded by the Victorian and Federal Governments, Office of the Fair Work Ombudsman and Victoria Legal Aid.
Seniors Information Victoria offers free information as an independent service, supported by the state government, on a wide range of issues of interest to older Victorians including: Housing options from independent living to residential care Home-based and community services General information on financial and legal issues Health and wellbeing Retirement New learning opportunitie The focus … Continued
The National Disability Advocacy Program (NDAP) Provider Finder is a web-based application that people with disabilities, carers and their families can use to search for advocacy agencies funded by the Australian Government within Australia by Postcode, State or Provider Type.
Women’s Domestic Violence Crisis Service of Victoria (WDVCS) provides up to $9,000 per person for disability related needs when escaping family violence and operates 24-hour access to interpreters as well as support for Indigenous women WDVC services include telephone crisis counselling, referral, information and support and is the central contact point for women’s Refuges in Victoria. If there … Continued
Funds in Court [FIC] is an Office of the Supreme Court of Victoria that deals with funds paid into Court. Funds are paid into Court by a court order usually because a person is under a ‘legal disability’. This might be because they: have had an accident, injury or illness have an intellectual or physical … Continued