Advocacy

Through advocacy we stand alongside you.  We’ll ensure your voice is heard, that you’re fairly treated and that you have the help you need to make any decisions.

WHAT CAN OUR ADVOCATES DO?

From speaking on your behalf to being alongside you in meetings, some common examples of our advocacy support includes:

  • Voice – we ensure your voice is heard at meetings
  • Resolutions – we can assist you to resolve any problems or complaints
  • Letters – we can write a letter with or for you
  • Self-Advocacy – we can assist you in advocating for yourself
  • Referrals – we can provide information about other agencies or services that may be of further assistance to you

Our Advocacy Services

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Advocacy

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Individual Advocacy

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self Advocacy

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systematic Advocacy

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self-advocacy groups

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RIAC acknowledges all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders past and present.

RIAC is committed to: ensuring diversity and equality in regard to gender, race, ethnic origin, disability, religion or belief, marital status, sexual orientation or transgender status.
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