Local lawyers volunteer their time to book 30-minute appointments at the clinic on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month (excluding holidays). We also provide legal aid to lawyers, transitional domestic workers, settlement workers and community workers across the province. Do you have a legal question in an area other than contracts, estates or family rights? We have a few other options to connect you to the information you need. Our team members may be able to refer you to another office that offers services or information in the area of your legal problem. We occasionally host legal clinics that focus on specific legal issues that are not included in our regular Wednesday night clinics. HKFWC founded the Free Legal Advice Clinic in 1992. It is Hong Kong`s first legal advice service for women with marital problems to advise them on their rights under family law. The Doncaster Women`s Centre is a vibrant and multicultural resource centre in the heart of Doncaster, offering a wide range of services for girls and women under one roof and through outreach in the Doncaster district. It is the only project in the region that focuses on girls and women.
Our women-only service helps women and girls build their self-esteem and aspirations by giving them the opportunity to gain confidence to make informed decisions. We welcome all girls and women and offer to meet their specific needs regardless of age, race, religion, cultural difference, sexual orientation, disability or origin. We offer informal activity programs in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere on issues facing girls and women in today`s society, such as: building trust, developing relationships, positive thinking, body image, grief and loss, substance awareness, sexual health, professional support, healthy eating, family violence, violence, parenting skills, anger management and emotional resilience. We also offer AGI, a drop-in and information centre, a community café and child care. All the lawyers who advise in our legal clinics are women. These lawyers volunteer for the Women`s Centre to ensure that more women have access to legal advice, regardless of their economic status. These advocates strive to provide women with the information and options they request so that women feel empowered and in control of their situation. Project WILD tAccredited courses for LDD and 121 Support – Mon 10 – 12, Tue 10 – 12, 13 – 15 h, Wed 10 -12, Thursday – 10 – 14 h. Family Violence Program with 121 support and group work people Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Emotional Resilience, Everything revolves around me, Inner Child course. Professional Training: Workplace Stress Management, Autism Awareness, Domestic Violence Psychology, Mental Health Awareness and Recovery from Mental Illness – On-Demand CourseClinical Supervision Appointment Upon RequestE-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgemail@example.comTel: 01302 309826/01302 309809Cost: Please Contact the Delivery PersonParticipation and Learning TeamProviding a Range of Work Programs with Girls and Women to increase self-confidence and self-esteem, gain accreditation and develop civic skills.
Services include: Participation and Support Program 121 – Monday to Friday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., NEET accredited training and volunteering Monday to Friday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Zone Y Young Women`s Meeting from 4 to 6 p.m.Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.comTel.: 01302 309812Cost: Please contact the delivery person Appointments with the clinic can provide information to people affected by common legal issues, such as: All women are welcome; Required dates.