Committed to reform that achieves equality and social justice within the legal system for communities and people experiencing disadvantage across Melbourne’s east coast.
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An elder abuse helpline and provides information, support and referrals for anyone worried that someone they know is at risk of or experiencing elder abuse.
Free, confidential and independent aged care advocacy and information for older people living in Victoria, their families and representatives. Service includes a specialist advocate for elder abuse prevention and response.
Call Emergency Services on 000 if an older person is in immediate danger. Otherwise, call 131 444 for police assistance.
The peak policy advocacy body for ethnic and multicultural organisations in Victoria. ECCV also delivers capacity building projects to vulnerable Victorians from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds (CALD).
Advocacy campaign aimed at tackling ageism, discrimination and stereotyping against older Australians across the country.
Representing companies in the financial services sector. Helps to facilitate discussions among the industry to address elder abuse.
Government funded service providing free quality, approved health information 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Operates the Seniors Law program. Seniors Law lawyers are embedded within health services, to reach and deliver legal help to older Australians experiencing or at risk of abuse.
Free legal, financial counselling and tenancy services to financially disadvantaged people in the Kimberley.
Programs and services that Latrobe Community Health Service provides, with a central aim of better health. better lifestyles and stronger communities.
Represents the Australian legal profession. Working for the improvement of the law and of the administration of justice.
Improving the lives of vulnerable people by increasing their access to justice through strategic partnerships with pro bono lawyers.
Services for the NT community, including legal information, legal advice, representation, family dispute resolution and education services.
Legal information, help and services for a range of legal issues. Additionally, there is information provided specifically for practicing lawyers.