Particularly home and contents insurance, consumer credit, life insurance, income protection, superannuation related insurance, travel insurance, motor vehicle insurance, debts to insurance companies. National Community Legal Centre established specifically to advise survivors of institutional child sexual absue who are dealing with the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. Employs lawyers, social workers, counsellors and Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander case workers.
The LCLC provides free legal advice to anyone in the community. At first a 45 minute, one off legal advice session is provided to clients, which can include but is not limited to, such matters as wills, power of attorney, debt, contract, consumer rights, boundary fences, restraint orders, employment or unfair dismissal issues, family law issues, welfare rights issues and disability discrimination issues.
Potential clients need to be referred for assessment.
CFMHS has a Court Liaison Officer who provide assistance to people who have mental health problems and have to go to Court.
Their aim is to reduce poverty, hardship and inequality in Australia by advocating for a social security system which is fair, adequate and well administered.