If you or someone you know is going to court you can use our service. It's free and confidential.

Our Court Network volunteers can:

  • Give you support and information about going to court
  • Explain how the courts and legal systems operate
  • Assist you to feel safe and unthreatened while at court
  • Help to arrange access to a secure room if required
  • Familiarise you with the court beforehand, so you know where to go
  • Provide support with arranging an interpreter
  • Be with you in person on your day in court and sit with you throughout your evidence
  • Sit with you while you give your evidence in a remote witness facility
  • Help explain decisions that affect you
  • Refer you to other community services that can help you with legal questions, health, housing and family violence issues, as well as any other issues you may be experiencing
  • Advocate for your individual (non-legal) needs and circumstances at court

TELEPHONE DUTY SERVICE (Victoria) Mon-Fri 1 pm – 5 pm

If you live in Victoria, and are attending one of the courts at which we operate, you can contact our telephone duty service and speak to a staff member about your court support needs. We can organise to have one of our trained volunteers meet you at court on the day you have to attend.

Toll free number 1800 681 614 or (03) 8306 6966

To submit an online referral please click here.

INFORMATION LINE (Queensland) Mon-Fri 9 am - 3 pm

If you live in Queensland, and are attending one of the courts at which we operate, you can contact our information line and speak to a staff member about your court support needs. We can organise to have one of our trained volunteers meet you at court on the day you have to attend.

Toll free number 1800 267 671 or (07) 3227 7625

To submit an online referral please click here.

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