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Community Justice Centres

NSW, Australia

Community Justice Centres provide free mediation and conflict management services to help people resolve their own disputes. Mediators assist people to identify the issues, ways to resolve th issues, think of their options and work together to reach an agreement. Mediation helps people find their own solution. Information available in languages other then English. Meeting times need to fit in with opening hours of court as meetings are held at court house. Every effort is made to arrange meetings to fit in with impending court cases. Bookings required. Office hours are 9am - 5pm Monday to Friday, however mediation may be arranged outside these times by appointment. Area served all of NSW. Do not provide legal advice - mediation and conflict management only.

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Information service to individuals and organisations to develop, teach and implement conflict resolution skills. Cost free website provides access to Conflict Resolution study and training material (books, manuals, audio and video tapes). Liaison for counselling, meeting facilitation & mediation. Provides referral to information seminars & courses to the public, professional skills courses for trainers, and mediation for resolving interpersonal disputes.

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Provides support, counselling and referral for people who are experiencing major barriers and personal difficulties prior to seeking employment.

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Provides a confidential, impartial and cost efficient mediation service to separating and divorced people who have issues of mutual concern. Minimal fee for Centrelink benefit holders, a scaled fee is requested to people earning a salary.

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Liaise with ethnic communities in the Granville, Guildford, Dundas areas.

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Police services targeted to the ethnic communities in Holroyd LGA. The central role of the ECLO is to provide a liason and communication link between the ethnic communities and police in the Holroyd Local Area.

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New Careers for Aboriginal People Program helps Aboriginal people find work or improve their current job situation.

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The centre provides information, referral and assistance to all individuals experiencing difficulty in family relationships. Provides an avenue for separating parents to take part in mediation with the aim of developing parenting plans that focus on the best interests of the children. The building is accessible to people with disabilities and has lifts. Access to interpreters is available. No home visits are possible.

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