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«Although we have two offices, we have ensured that a collaborative approach is taken to all aspects of the expansion, including the implementation of integrated telephone systems and a centralized digital recording process,» commented attorney Zac Keizer. «Small decisions like this mean we continue to work as a team to help people with their civil law issues. There are always many opportunities to collaborate, share knowledge and improve practices as we deal with the various start-up issues associated with setting up a new service. «One of the main goals of ministry in the first few months was to build meaningful relationships with parishioners, lawyers, and community ministries. In building these relationships, it was important to remain flexible as we learn more about the individual needs of our new catchment area. Employees appreciate the process of gathering information to determine where our limited resources are best able to provide services to those who need them most. This includes the homeless, those who identify as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, and people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds,» Hudson said. The Mid North Coast Community Legal Centre (MNCCLC) is pleased to have opened its second office in Coffs Harbour thanks to additional government funding. The local government areas of Coffs Harbour, Nambucca and Bellingen were identified by the Cameron Review in 2018 as a gap in the services of the Community Legal Center. Legal applicants can contact the Service at (02) 6580 2111 or info@mncclc.org.au. «The MNCCLC will provide civil law advice, advocacy and education to empower people to know their rights and resolve disputes. We will provide additional civil justice services to these regions, including advice, information and education on loans or debts, employment, fines and traffic, car accidents, domestic and domestic violence, discrimination, police, victim compensation, powers of attorney and government services,» said Jane Titterington.

Senior Counsel. The Law and Justice Foundation of NSW report, which demonstrates legal necessity in New South Wales, finds that 16.6% of the population of Coffs Harbour, Bellingen and Nambucca have an above-average number of financially disadvantaged people and a significantly higher percentage of older people than the New South Wales average. Fines in Bowraville, Nambucca Heads and Macksville alone average $1991.35 per customer, which is higher than the New South Wales average. There is also a large population of CALDs, as it is a targeted settlement area for refugees and migrants. Coffs Harbour, Bellingen and Nambucca are also home to more than six hundred young people who are disconnected from education and employment. This group of young people includes those who are in out-of-home care and are currently supporting Mid North Coast CLC through the LevelUp project, funded by the Law and Justice Foundation of NSW until December 2019. LevelUp will continue beyond December 2019 thanks to new government funding. The Mid North Coast Community Legal Centre enjoyed a fun morning on October 30, 2019 to celebrate the new service with the community and stakeholders. Mr. Gurmesh Singh, Member of Parliament for Coffs Harbour, and Mr.

Pat Conaghan, Member of Parliament for Cowper, attended the opening, which includes a traditional smoke ceremony, speeches and morning tea. We were fortunate to have one of our current Port Macquarie team members, Zac, who moved to the Coffs Harbour office, which means he can share his knowledge of the department`s policies and procedures and help new employees integrate into our team. Maintaining a team approach to all tasks was fundamental to the success of the deployment. We tried to ensure a collaborative approach to all aspects of enlargement, which resulted in a real sense of «solidarity» and positive energy from all employees to see it succeed. «With this increased government funding, we will double our presence on the North Central Coast and cover three new Local Government Areas: Nambucca Shire, Bellingen Shire and Coffs Harbour (south of Woolgoolga),» said Catherine Peek, Executive Director of CLC Mid North Coast. Photo: MNCCLC staff in their new office in Coffs Harbour. Our new office will consist of lawyers Zac Keizer and Kelly Français and Administrative and Client Service Assistant Jacquie Hudson.