Kettle Advocacy Service


The Kettle Advocacy Service provides much needed information, support, and representation to resolve income, housing & selected family law problems. Our Advocates help with welfare benefits and to resolve debt issues, tenancy disputes and child protection concerns. The staff work with our members, government agencies and other service providers to ensure that persons with a mental illness have access to available resources, and are treated fairly.


topic
Abuse & family violence; Alternatives to court; Consumer; Courts & tribunals; Debt; Disabilities; Family law; Health; Housing, tenancy & neighbours; Pensions, benefits & welfare; Privacy & access to information; Taxes & finances; Victims of crime
type of service
Legal advice, representation or advocacy; Information or self-help
location

Kettle Society
Kettle Society 1725 Venables St., Vancouver, BC V5L2H3 1725 Venables St., Vancouver, BC V5L 2H3

phone:
604-253-0669
language support:
English
hours:
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 9:30-4:00 (closed between 12 and 1 for lunch).
service restriction:
Mental Health consumers/survivors only

Last updated September 08, 2016