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"We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work - the Wiradjuri Nation of peoples - and we pay our respects to the Elders past, present and emerging".

A partnership between local service providers and community members to build community connections, improve family life, promote positive relationships,and improve the safety and wellbeing of of community members, including children.

Ask LOIS is a secure website providing a free legal online information service (LOIS) for community workers in NSW, who are  responding to women with legal needs. Ask LOIS is a project created and run by Women's Legal Service NSW.

Ask LOIS provides community workers with free online training and advice on legal issues such as domestic violence, AVOs, family law, child protection, victims support and much more. It offers fortnightly webinars, a comprehensive resource library, case studies, videoconference appointments and a national DV service directory

Family resilience and trauma

Founded in 1993 Leep was known as TRI Community Exchange, originally being Incorporated as a Family Resource Centre auspiced by Penrith Council. The Centre was part of a national program to improve connections between organisations working with families and communities focusing on access & equity, Aboriginal services and providing information via a Bulletin Board which became communityNet. The service has expanded to provide services the frail aged, people with disability and their carers to access services as well as support those services providing IT support and solutions, cultural competency and volunteer management capacity development.

 

These services are delivered in Western Sydney and Western NSW.

In June 2016 TRI rebranded to Leep, a group dedicated to creating inclusive communities for people experiencing disadvantage through communityNet, digital inclusion and volunteer solutions.

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