SWSLC provides a range of legal services and domestic violence support & advocacy services with a focus on disadvantaged and marginalised people and communities and women experiencing or at risk of domestic/family violence.
SWSLC offers legal services in most areas of the law. Services include free telephone legal advice as well as legal assistance and representation for no fee or a reduced fee. SWSLC also offers free tailor-made legal workshops for service providers, groups and the public.
Address: Level 1, 98-100 Moore St, Liverpool 2170
Contact Number: 9601 7777
Fax Number: 9600 6244
Hours of Service: Monday-Friday 9am–5pm
Area organisation services: Bankstown, Bass Hill & Revesby Wards (as well as Fairfield & Liverpool LGAs)
Languages other than English Available: Clients may call Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS) on 131 450 first. TIS will call us whilst clients wait on the phone and then translate for the client.
Referral Pathway: Self-referral or warm referral from another service or organisation. Referrals can be made via phone or email. Community workers are encouraged to use our online direct referral facility found on the website at www.swslc.org.au/online-referral
Eligibility Criteria: Disadvantaged and marginalised people and communities and women experiencing or at risk of domestic/family violence.
Any applicable fees: Free or for a reduced fee (subject to income test)