Poverty Law Advocacy Program


Poverty Law Advocacy Program which offers information/referral, summary and full representation services in the following areas of law: housing and tenancy, income security, family law, and government applications. The focus of the program is to assist those at or below poverty level who otherwise woould have no recourse to obtain legal solutions.


topic
Abuse & family violence; Alternatives to court; Children & teens; Debt; Employment; Family law; Health; Housing, tenancy & neighbours; Legal help & lawyers; Pensions, benefits & welfare; Privacy & access to information; Rights & citizenship; Taxes & finances; Wills & estates
type of service
Legal advice, representation or advocacy; Information or self-help; Counselling or support
location

Fort St. John Women's Resource Society
Fort St. John Women's Resource Society 10051-100th Ave., Fort St. John, BC V1J1Y7 10051-100th Ave., Fort St. John, BC V1J 1Y7

phone:
250-787-1121
language support:
English
hours:
9:00am - 5:00pm, Monday through Friday (Closed statutory holidays)
service restriction:
Poverty Law Advocacy program has limited services in Family law (no court appearances, or supreme court documentation preparation). No criminal matters. Is only available to low income persons with poverty-law legal issues.

Last updated October 29, 2014