Our September quarterly newsletter edition brings to life the work all our valued our teams do, supporting women and children and providing equitable access to justice for all.
This quarterly newsletter edition showcases the unwavering commitment and dedication that the team shows daily towards enabling equitable access to justice for all and ensuring that women and children are free from family violence.
Our CEO Yvette Vignando, after leading Justice Support Centre since 2019, offers her farewells in our latest newsletter. Our new CEO will be announced in coming weeks.
We have now changed our name from South West Sydney Legal Centre to Justice Support Centre, and launched a new website. We will continue offering the same free services to our community, just with a different look and feel.
A policy reform agenda for the Victims Support Scheme | Our Financial Counsellor supports women recovering from domestic and family violence | Strengthening our service provision for women and children with disability | Factsheet on Apprehended Violence Orders (AVOs).
A letter from one of our clients | Our casework services have expanded to Canterbury and Burwood | Employment law advice for workers in South West Sydney | Update from our court advocacy services
Highlights from our Annual Report for 2021-22, including testimonials from our clients and key trends for our legal service.
We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the lands, skies and waterways in which we live and work, the Gadigal, Cabrogal, Darug and Eora people. We pay our respects to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients, partners and community leaders.
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Darug & Eora Country, NSW 2200