Aboriginal Family Law Services (“AFLS”) is continuing to provide quality legal services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander survivors of domestic, family and sexual violence in regional Western Australia amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
AFLS Offices are Meeting face to face with Clients.
AFLS continues to provide legal services and support and we are now meeting face to face with clients and community members.
To make an appointment with AFLS, please either email AFLS or phone your regional office. Details for contact are as follows: –
Procedures During COVID-19
While we are committed to providing ongoing legal services to our clients and community members, the health and safety of our staff, clients and community are our top priority.
- Each AFLS office has a hygiene station inside the entry. Everyone must sanitise hands when entering and again when leaving.
- A register is also held in reception for everyone who enters to write their name and contact phone number.
- If you wish to wear a facial mask during a meeting in an AFLS office, please ask and it will be provided to you.
- Importantly, if you have a sore throat, a temperature or are feeling unwell, please change your appointment until you are better and see a doctor to monitor your health.
We know this is a difficult time for everyone and hope you stay safe as we unite together against COVID-19.
Staying Physically Healthy
Staying Mentally Healthy
For more information, email Covid19rcr@communities.wa.gov.au.