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Children’s Court Assistance Scheme (CCAS)

Professionals In Social Justice.

We offer free legal and social support services to people in need.

We assist young people attending The Children’s Court of NSW with a criminal matter. The courts serviced by WSCLC are Parramatta and Surry Hills.

We provide a range of free support services including information, referrals, court support, advocacy and non-legal case management.


We provide support to vulnerable young people involved with the juvenile justice system.  As their first point of contact entering the Children’s Court for criminal matters or Apprehended Violence Orders, CCAS guides them through the process while assessing their immediate and long term needs to improve their overall quality of life.

You can call us on (02) 8667 2517. We also offer face-to-face services at the Children’s Court of NSW at Surry Hills and Parramatta.

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If you are a community organisation, researcher,
or stakeholder please fill out this contact form
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If you are a client seeking assistance,
please contact us using the details above.

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