Legal Services and Complaint Pathways
Victoria Legal Aid
Phone from 9 am to 5 pm weekdays for free information and help about the law. Victoria Legal Aid has 13 offices across Victoria.
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1300 792 387
Fitzroy Legal Service
Fitzroy Legal Service runs an LGBTIQA+ family law legal advice clinic on the first Wednesday of each month. An appointment is required. This clinic can assist individuals from the LGBTIQA+ community with family law matters only.
(03) 9419 3744
Victorian Equal Opportunity & Human Rights Commission
VEOHRC is an independent statutory body with responsibilities under three laws:
- Equal Opportunity Act 2010
- Racial and Religious Tolerance Act 2001
- Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities Act 2006
Human Rights Law Centre
The Human Rights Law Centre uses strategic legal action, policy solutions and advocacy to support people and communities to eliminate inequality and injustice. HRLC does not provide legal help to members of the public directly.
(03) 8636 4450
Australian Human Rights Commission
AHRC conciliates discrimination complaints, holds public inquiries and develops education resources for schools and workplaces. They provide legal advice to courts, make submissions to parliaments and governments, and initiate research into human rights and discrimination issues.
People who experience discrimination can complain to the Commission >
1300 656 419
Mental Health Complaints Commissioner
MHCC is an independent, specialist body established under the Mental Health Act 2014 to safeguard rights, resolve complaints about Victorian public mental health services and recommend improvements.
1800 246 054
(03) 9032 3328