InfoLine: 1300 650 579
55 St Georges Terrace
Perth, WA 6000
PO Box L916
Perth WA 6842
Telephone: (08) 9261 6222
Facsimile: (08) 9325 5430
7 Aberdeen Street
Perth WA 6004
(near McIver Train Station)
PO Box 8194
Perth Business Centre 6849
Free Call: 1800 019 900
Tel: (08) 9265 6666
Fax: (08) 9221 1767
After Hours: (08) 9265 6644
See also Aboriginal Family Law Services which is a community legal centre
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Women's Domestic Violence Helpline (24 hours)
Telephone (08) 9223 1188
Free call 1800 007 339
Men’s Domestic Violence Helpline (24 hours)
Telephone (08) 9223 1199
Free call 1800 000 599
Police 000 or contact your local police station
The Ombudsman provides free, impartial, informal and timely resolution of complaints to promote fairness, openness and good public administration. There are separate officers for matters concerning the State of Western Australiaand for those relating to the Federal Government.
The Ombudsman can assist you with your complaint about the administrative actions of a government agency or authority, or local government council.
The Mental Health Law Centre is a statewide specialist Community Legal Centre, which specialises in mental health law.
96-98 Parry Street
Perth Western Australia 6000
Tel: (08) 9328 8266
Freecall (Within WA) 1800 620 285
Provides legal advice and representation to consumers in WA in the areas of credit, banking and finance
Telephone: (08) 9221 7066
A community legal centre specialising in employment law.
Telephone: (08) 9227 0111
1300 130 956 and see website for other contacts
The Community Legal Centres Association of WA (the Association) is the peak organisation representing the 28 Community Legal Centres (CLCs) operating in Western Australia.
It is committed to the principles of human rights, social justice and equity, including the rights of Western Australians to equity in access to legal services.
445 Hay Street,
GPO Box 3182
East Perth WA 6892
Tel: (08) 9272 8800
Toll Free: 1800 625 122
A major event can affect different aspects of a person’s life. The most immediate legal issue can sometimes overshadow other legal or social issues simmering beneath the surface. Early recognition of these issues will help a person take better control of their situation.
Fitzroy Legal Service produce Between a Rock and Hard Place - A workers manual to the legal system. This comprehensive guide takes a welfare perspective of the law and is an excellent starting point for workers in disability, youth, drug & alcohol and other community/welfare sectors who need to understand the legal system but don’t want to get bogged down by the law.