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Atira Legal Advocacy Program for Women in the Downtown Eastside

Women can obtain free legal advice in: Aboriginal law, Police Complaints, Ombudsperson Complaints, Privacy & Information, Crime Victim Assistance Program applications, basic Family Law issues, Ministry of Children & Families (MCFD), basic Criminal Law (incl. victims of crime), Human Rights, Animal law, Legal Aid applications, BC Income Assistance/Disability, Tenancy & Notary services. Ongoing assistance & representation at tribunals are available on a limited basis.

Aboriginal; Abuse & family violence; Children & teens; Courts & tribunals; Crimes & offences; Disabilities; Family law; Housing, tenancy & neighbours; Legal help & lawyers; Pensions, benefits & welfare; Privacy & access to information; Rights & citizenship; Seniors; Victims of crime; Women
type of service
Legal advice, representation or advocacy; Information or self-help; Counselling or support

Last updated May 27, 2020