The Poverty Law Advocacy Program educates clients in the Sea to Sky Corridor about their legal rights, and responsibilities. The program provides support with tenancy law issues, employment law matters, human rights matters, appealing Assistance Benefits denials, and provides support at tribunal hearings and at mediations. The program also offers public education and acts as a centre of information for the community.
- A single person with an income of $30,000 or less
- A single person with one dependant earning $35,000 or less (add $2,500 for each additional dependant)
- A couple earning $40,000 or less (add $2,500 for each additional dependant)
To book an appointment, please contact the Peter Kabengele at 604-389-8069 or by email at email@example.com. Peter will be at Whistler Public Library and available for drop-in meetings on the following dates: August 19, August 26, September 16, October 21, October 28, November 18, and November 25.
Sea to Sky Community Services Society (SSCS) is the region’s central source for integral social services that support individuals and families from every walk of life and through every stage of life. From prenatal care and early childhood development to youth, adult, senior and affordable housing services, SSCS delivers more than 40 programs that enhance people’s lives and build healthier communities.