We provide individual advocacy to adults with physical, sensory, intellectual, neurological, psychosocial and/or multiple disabilities living in Metropolitan Melbourne.
We help you to:
Understand your rights
Make informed decisions
Speak up for yourself
What is individual advocacy?
Disability advocacy is acting, speaking or writing to promote, protect and defend the human rights of people with disability. This can be done in a number of ways.
Standing beside people with disability by assisting them to represent their own interests.
Standing behind people with disability by supporting them to represent their own interests.
Standing before people with disability by representing their interests.*
*Kevin Stone. 1999. To Stand Beside: Advocacy for Inclusion Training Program.
What parts of Victoria do we cover?
DRC Advocacy provide assistance to Victorians living across the greater Metropolitan Melbourne.
What does advocacy cost?
Our service is free of charge.
Victoria Interpreting and Translating Service is available.
What can we do?
Our Advocates can provide assistance and support on a wide range of issues, for example: