Court can be a complex and stressful. Support services at Court are available to help you.
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Going to court can be a difficult process for a person without a legal background. Some people find it to be stressful, costly and require a lot of their time.
The following resources are available at Court to help.
Court Support Coordinators
Court Support Coordinators support court users whose cases are listed at Melbourne, Broadmeadows and Moorabbin and are available to provide information and support.More information
Court can be confusing, especially if English is not your first language. An interpreter can help you understand information and participate in the court process.More information
Mental Health Advice and Response Service
A specialist mental health service delivered by Orygen Youth Health.More information
Education Justice Initiative
Re/connects young people appearing before the Criminal Division of the Children’s Court with supported educational pathways that suit their needs and interests.More information
The Court Registry
If you have a procedural question about your case, you can contact Registry staff.More information
A voluntary court support service operating throughout Victoria.More information
The Salvation Army provides a number of services that can help.More information