Aboriginal Family Legal Service WA

Aboriginal Family Legal Service is an Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisation, providing specialist legal assistance and related social support services to Aboriginal people experiencing family violence and/or sexual assault across seven regions in Western Australia. Our mission is to support Aboriginal survivors to access legal services, and to promote safe families through community education, early intervention, prevention and advocacy, to end cycles of violence and improve outcomes for Aboriginal families and communities. Our vision is that Aboriginal people are safe and free from family violence and sexual assault, and are empowered to self-determine.

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What are we doing?

Family Advocate Program

The Family Advocate Program includes providing a mix of practical, educational, therapeutic and advocacy supports at an intensive level of engagement over a sustained period; working with statutory agencies and providing case coordination to address the range of issues facing the family/individual; risk and safety planning with clients to identify and address their needs; assisting clients to access any services they need by referral to culturally appropriate organisations, including medical/health centres, alcohol and other drug treatment, mental health services, crisis supports, financial counselling, and emergency accommodation; case planning with clients to identify and achieve their goals, and; providing Court support and supporting clients to attend meetings with government and other agencies.
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What are our impact areas?

Justice & safety

Other areas of focus

What are our other impact areas?

Domestic & family violence

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