Disability Advocacy Futures Project
Do you need help to solve a problem related to your housing, health, education, transport, justice, child protection, domestic violence, or cultural activities?
The Disability Advocacy Futures Project provides information services and advocacy assistance to people living in Sydney, South-eastern Sydney, and South-western Sydney Local Health District (LHD) areas.
This service also provides advice and support for residents living in Assisted Boarding Houses located in Sydney, South-Eastern Sydney, or South-Western Sydney Local Health District areas.
We can help you with:
- Information – Telling you about your rights and where you can get help
- Self-advocacy – Talking to you about ways you can solve your problem yourself
- Advocacy – Working with you to help you solve your problem
Frequently asked questions
Who can use the service?
People with disability who live in Local Health District (LHD) areas of Sydney, South-Eastern Sydney, or South-Western Sydney.
What can we expect through this service?
This service will provide people with disability in the specific areas with someone to talk to about your rights, someone who is loyal and makes you feel heard.
Who funds these project activities?
We are funded by the New South Wales Government to help people access services of the NSW Government and local non-governmental institutions.
How to get help
To understand how we can best help you, we need to get some information about you as well as the issue you’re experiencing or the situation you are seeking information about. You can do this in two ways:
- Phone: 1800 843 929 (toll-free) and speak to one of our intake officers
- Fill out our online Information request form here or using the button below.
Once we have your information, we’ll then be able to provide the most appropriate assistance we can. One of our intake officers will be in contact with you via your preferred method of contact to provide you with information about progressing your case.
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