Welcome to Halton Community Legal Services
We are a community legal clinic funded by Legal Aid Ontario to provide legal aid services to low
income residents of Halton.
We give free legal information and advice regarding:
- Ontario Works
- Human Rights
- Tenants' Rights
- Disability Benefits
- Government Pensions
- Employment Insurance
- Employment Standards
Indigenous Homelessness in Halton
Are you or do you know an Indigenous person who has experienced housing problems in Halton? We need your knowledge, wisdom and experience to guide us in developing a community action plan that will help Indigenous homeless people. Learn more
Link to the Project Document:
HCLS: Environmental Scan and Literature Review on Indigenous Homelessness in Halton
Legal Secondary Consultation Service
Helping the Helpers
Halton Community Legal Services’ new Legal Secondary Consultation Service has launched. The service provides access to legal advice and information to health care providers, social services and community groups and agency personnel and volunteers to assist their clients. Call us at (905) 875-2069 or email email@example.com.
Click here to download the poster.
Link to the Report:
Legal Secondary Consultation: How Legal Aid Can Support Communities and Expand Access to Justice
Service Charter for the Legal Secondary Consultation Service
Click here to download PDF
Did you know
Halton Community Legal Services is one of 79 community legal clinics providing services throughout Ontario. Each legal clinic tries to match its services to meet the priority needs of the community it serves.
In addition to providing services to people one at a time, we educate the public about their legal rights and work to improve laws that build a more equitable and just society.
- In 2013 over 2300 people in Halton contacted the legal clinic for help
- Halton Community Legal Services now provides advice in human rights and employment related cases.
We would like to hear from you. If you have any questions or comments, please use our general contact form.
The Ontario Trillium Foundation is an agency of the Government of Ontario.
Halton Community Legal Services gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the Oakville Resettlement Fund at the Oakville Community Foundation, a registered charitable public foundation serving the Oakville Community.