This is a brochure containing information about the Women`s Legal Service NSW, including the types of issues on which WLS will provide legal advice and helplines. The ODVN legal program also convenes a legal defense caucus for lawyers and develops and provides ongoing materials and training to support the work of lawyers. We also offer training for Ohio lawyers. To view the brochure, please select your language below. Amharic • Arabic • Chinese • English • French • Hindi • Japanese • Russian • Somali • Swahili • Vietnamese The Ohio Domestic Violence Network has offered a legal aid program since 2010 to provide legal advice to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and harassment who cannot be supported by traditional legal aid programs. Through a panel of Ohio certified attorneys working on a reduced fee basis, ODVN supports eligible survivors whose income is at or below 225% of the federal poverty line. Lawyers serve a variety of legal needs, including divorce, parental leave, protection orders, immigration, housing, employment, and other matters. Survivors are selected and referred by lawyers trained in a range of programs, including domestic violence shelters and programs, anti-poverty organizations, rape counseling centers, and culturally specific programs in Ohio. ODVN also conducts outreach activities to help marginalized survivors who are incarcerated, returning from prison, homeless and runaway youth, and low-income women of color. Our legal program is funded by a variety of private and public sources.

ODVN`s legal programme also supports female prisoners who are victims of violence through a variety of strategies, including clemency, probation education, and self-help manuals for women in prison. These efforts were generously funded by the Ohio State Bar Foundation. For legal assistance, please contact your local domestic violence programme or rape centre. Postcards and posters for the new Legal Service for Working Women, which offers free legal advice to women who are victims of sexual harassment, pregnancy-related discrimination or discrimination based on family obligations. “I credit the hotline for saving my life from an abuser and giving me the facts I needed in an emergency to equip me to get out.” This is an information leaflet with the telephone numbers of the Women`s Legal Service NSW Legal Service Hotline. Women`s Legal Service NSW publications and resources are available online and in print. To order a printed copy of publications published by WLS, download the Publication Order page. This is a folding card with the contact details and numbers of the legal service for combating domestic violence. The Centre offers a number of fact sheets and other resources that you can consult and/or download and print. To view a manual, please select your language below.

This is a folding card with contact details and numbers for the Women`s Legal Service NSW`s Legal Service Legal Advice Hotlines and Community Counselling Clinics. Our library also contains links to important external websites that may be useful for certain issues. This refrigerator magnet has contact details and contact numbers for the Women`s Legal Service NSW Indigenous Women`s Legal Program.