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This is a free service that promotes, protects and supports your human rights.
We can assist you if you believe you are being treated unfairly, experience abuse or neglect, feel you are not being listened to and need to support to learn more about your rights.
What is Individual Advocacy Service (IDAS)?
Individual Disability Advocacy Service (IDAS) is a free, independent and confidential non-legal advocacy service, provided by Sussex Street Community Law Service.
The service is a NSDS Accredited advocacy service for people with disabilities, their family members and carers.
The service is available to people in the Perth Metropolitan area and regional areas of the Mid West, Goldfields/Esperance and the Great Southern region of Western Australia.
Victoria Park - Head OfficeAddress: 29 Sussex Street East Victoria Park WA 6101 Services: Family law Civil law Minor criminal law Welfare rights Disability discrimination Tenant advocacy Individual disability advocacy Financial counselling Night legal service
Mid-WestAddress: 114 Sandford Street Geraldton WA 6530 Services: Individual disability advocacy NDIS appeals Disability Royal Commission advocacy
Goldfields/ EsperanceAddress: 42 Wilson Street Kalgoorlie WA 6430 Services: Individual disability advocacy NDIS appeals Disability Royal Commission advocacy
Great SouthernAddress: 4/15 Peels Place (next to Centrelink) Albany WA 6330 Delivered in partnership with Albany Community Legal Centre Services: Individual disability advocacy NDIS appeals Disability Royal Commission advocacy
PerthAddress: Irwin Chambers Level 3 16 Irwin St Perth WA 6000 Service: Advice for respondents to restraining orders
BelmontAddress: 213 Wright Street Cloverdale WA 6105 Services: Minor criminal law Family law Civil law Individual Disability Advocacy service NDIS appeals
Canning ValeAddress: Unit 15/16 64-66 Bannister Road Canning Vale WA 6155 Service: Financial Counselling
ArmadaleAddress: 108 Jull Street (inside Church Café) Armadale WA 6112 Service: Financial Counselling
Case studies and news from our disability advocacy service:
This service is funded by the Department of Social Services.
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