Legal Advocacy Program

Legal Advocacy Program An advocate may help you understand information on: your rights and options, reconsideration requests, tribunals, procedures and investigations. An advocate may also: provide information and referrals, help with writing letters, applications and forms. A legal advocate cannot give legal advice.

Abuse & family violence; Consumer; Courts & tribunals; Crimes & offences; Debt; Employment; Family law; Health; Housing, tenancy & neighbours; Legal help & lawyers; Pensions, benefits & welfare; Privacy & access to information; Rights & citizenship; Taxes & finances; Victims of crime
type of service
Information or self-help; Counselling or support

Vernon Women's Transition House Society
Vernon Women's Transition House Society #303 - 3402 27th Ave, Vernon, BC V1T1S1 #303 - 3402 27th Ave, Vernon, BC V1T 1S1

250-558-3850 ext. 214
language support:
By Appointment Only Drop-in on Wednesday 9:00am – 3:30pm

Last updated October 20, 2014