Western Sydney Community Legal Centre is now closed for face to face client contact. However, we remain open to offer our full range of legal and social justice services to assist and support our communities. While this is an uncertain time for all of us, people experiencing vulnerabilities will be most impacted.
WSCLC will continue to provide:
Telephone and online legal services
Court Support at the Children’s Court of NSW at Parramatta and Surry Hills Courts
Home Building telephone advice services
Tenancy telephone advice services
Parramatta WDVCAS telephone support and referral services
WSCLC will be continuing to explore how to meet the needs of our clients.
For a list of online resources and support services to help you during this time, please click here.
WELCOME TO WESTERN SYDNEY COMMUNITY LEGAL CENTRE LIMITED
Western Sydney Community Legal Centre Limited (WSCLC) is a public company limited by guarantee, governed by a Board of volunteer skills-based Directors who are generally local residents and professionals with an interest in social justice. WSCLC is accredited by the National Association of Community Legal Centres (NACLC).
WSCLC’s work operates under two separate arms: a legal arm and a social justice arm.
The legal arm incorporates:
1) The Community Legal Services Program (CLSP) team including an Aboriginal Legal Access Program (ALAP) team – operating broadly across Western Sydney and funded by Legal Aid NSW and the Commonwealth government.
2) The Home Building Advocacy Service (HOBAS) team – operating statewide and funded by NSW Fair Trading.
The social justice arm incorporates:
1) The Western Sydney Tenants’ Service (WESTS) – operating within certain sections of Western Sydney and funded by NSW Fair Trading.
2) The Women’s Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Service (WDVCAS) – operating within certain sections of Western Sydney and funded by Legal Aid NSW.
3) The Children’s Court Assistance Scheme (CCAS) team – operating within The Children’s Court at Parramatta and Surry Hills, and funded by Legal Aid NSW.
4) The Youth Education Program (YEP) – operating in conjunction with the CCAS, and funded by NSW Family & Community Services (FACS).
5) The Central West Child Contact Service (CWCS) – operating within certain sections of Western Sydney and funded by the Department of Social Services.
For further information and contact details for each specific program listed above, please refer to the “Our Programs” section of this website.