TUESDAY & THURSDAY
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
First come, first serve.
200-3219 Eby St.
Or call to make an appointment
Help with the application from start to finish. If denied advocate will help with reconsideration and tribunals.
Help with the Ministry of Social development and poverty reduction, Employment Insurance, Income tax referrals, Canada Pension Plan, Old Age Security, Guaranteed Income Supplement, Canada pension plan-disability and Safer applications.
Help with issues including helping tenants with landlord mediations, dispute resolution applications and hearings.
Advocate will give referrals to debt counselling agencies.
Advocate will give referrals to legal information only.
Advocate will give referrals to other community agencies only.
Other Services Provided
Advocate can provide workshops on Residential Tenancy rights and responsibilities, Disability applications, CPP, OAS, GIS Pension Applications.
Advocate provides Legal Services publications to surrounding agencies for client use. Some of the resources are Court House Libraries, Pov Net, Legal aid, Tenants Resource Advisory Center (TRAC), People’s Law School and many more
Working with other advocates to help resolves some systematic issues around the province using resources like Pov Net a web of many advocates who are signed in to an email resources system with access to many advocates and lawyers is the province, Tenants Resource Access Center (TRAC) Specialist in Residential tenancy, Public Interest Advocacy Center (BCPIAC) Lawyers who fight for Systematic issues in the province, Disability Alliance BC and organization who specializes in Disability applications and many more resources.
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