Western Sydney Legal Community Centre

The South West Sydney Legal Centre provides essential local services, including free legal advice, education on their rights and services to women and children affected by domestic and family violence. Donate to our legal team to bring justice to the West Sydney community. Are you a youth worker or youth ministry looking for resources? Our Board of Directors is made up of independent volunteers. Members come from the broader community and support the principles of social justice and equality. Our centre was established in 1986 to support the people of Liverpool, Fairfield and Bankstown. We are part of the community and use local knowledge and partnerships to improve access to justice. Supporting individuals, community groups, businesses and businesses is very important to SWSLC`s ability to expand and expand its services. Are you a landlord who has a problem with a contractor who applies for legal aid? Are you a multicultural person with a legal problem? (Including migrants, refugees, asylum seekers and culturally and linguistically diverse people). Cumberland Women`s Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Service (CWDVCAS). The warden stays at home and leaves the domestic violence department at Violence and Bankstown.

We support people facing injustice, abuse, hardship or discrimination, especially women and children affected by domestic and family violence. Are you a victim of family and family violence and seeking safety support in court? Western Sydney Community Legal Centre Limited (WSCLC) is a limited liability company governed by an honorary board of directors comprised of professionals with an interest in social justice. WSCLC is accredited by the National Association of Community Legal Centres (CLC NSW). Are you an Indigenous person who needs social support services, including housing, money, central link, employment, relationships, health and well-being? Our experienced employees are the backbone of our successful services. Their passion and dedication are constantly evolving to express the needs of their clients. Case studies are a selection of real stories that show how we help individuals. The names have been changed to align with our strict privacy guidelines. Are you a young person with a criminal problem seeking social support in court? Do you and your ex-partner need a safe place to spend supervised time or transfer with your child. Manager South West Sydney Women`s Domestic Violence Service Donate to our organisation to help us fulfill our mission.