Advocacy for people with disability

March 1, 2023

Accessing NSW government services just got easier

People with disabilities Australia is currently running a Disability Advocacy Futures Project funded by the Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ). This project aims to help assist people with disability living in South East, South West, and Central Sydney who are having problems accessing NSW government services which include;

  • Housing
  • Education
  • Mental health,
  • Child protection
  • Public transport
  • Guardianship
  • Financial management.

PWDA is here to help. Specifically, they can assist with the following:

Information: Telling people about their rights and where they can get help.
Advocacy: Working with people to help them solve their problems.
Referrals: Connecting people to other services that can help.

For further assistance, reach out via
Phone: 1800 843 929

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