We provide individual advocacy to adults with disabilities living in Metropolitan Melbourne.

DRC works directly with people with disabilities. We accept self referrals, and we also accept referrals from service providers and support people where permission from the client has been sought.

What is individual advocacy?

The role of disability advocacy is to assist people to achieve justice by

* helping people to voice their views in relation to decisions that affect their lives

* acting with or on behalf of people to ensure their rights are recognised and respected

What does advocacy cost?

Our advocacy service is free of charge.

Interpreting and Translation

Language interpreting / translation

Auslan interpreting and

live captioning

can all be arranged at no cost to the client.

What can we do?

Our advocates can help you to

We can provide advocacy support and assistance on a wide range of issues. For example

* Accommodation

* Access to premises

* Centrelink

* Education and Employment

* NDIS

* Transport

If you require advocacy please contact DRC by completing the form below or call 9671 3000

Phone 9671 3000 Monday to Thursday

Email advocacy@drc.org.au

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