A non-profit bilingual community legal clinic serving low income residents of Hamilton.
Offers a variety of free legal services to people living with HIV/AIDS in Ontario.
Provides up to 30 minutes of free legal services over the phone for low-income people in Ontario.
Does not offer family or criminal law legal advice.
Offers legal advocacy support, information and referrals to women who have experienced violence or abuse. Provides support with navigating legal systems when leaving an abusive relationship, including family, criminal, immigration, and child welf
Provides free legal services to people living with mental health and substance use concerns which cause barriers to accessing traditional legal services. These free legal clinics are offered throughout the Hamilton community.
Community legal clinic that deals primarily with immigration, tenant issues, social assistance, employment rights, human rights, and poverty law.
Most refugee cases are referred to Legal Aid.
Provides free, confidential legal information related to disabilities:
An independent agency, funded by the Government of Ontario, to provide legal services to individuals who have experienced discrimination.
Provides legal services to low income seniors living in the community in their own homes or in group living arrangements such as retirement homes, boarding homes and long term care facilities.
The Criminal Law Advice Duty Counsel is a service run out of the John Sopinka Courthouse. The program gives advice and assistance on criminal law matters for people who are not in court the day they attend the centre.