We offer advice, information and resources for community organisations.
We welcome referrals from community service providers wishing to refer a client to our service.
Use the below form to refer a workplace or tenancy matter.
To refer a client to our humanitarian services, email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a warm referral form.
Circle Green operates as a central resource unit to the Community Legal Centres and Tenancy Advice Centres located in metropolitan Perth and regional WA that make up the WA Tenancy Network. We provide member organisations with information, support, resources, training and networking opportunities.
Free, dedicated hotline for community support workers who work with and support residential tenants. The hotline is staffed by our lawyers and experienced tenant advocates.
In order to provide you with legal advice about your client’s situation, we will need your client’s consent. The easiest method is for you to call us with your client present on a speakerphone. That way everyone can participate in the conversation and the client is hearing the advice first hand. If you call without your client present we will ask you to confirm client consent.
Before we can provide your client with legal advice, we will require the name of the property’s landlord. Their name should be on the lease document, or if your client is renting through a Real Estate Agency, they can provide the landlord’s name.
If you are having difficulty finding out the name, your client can contact the Bond Administrator at the WA Department of Commerce on 1300 853 829, and they will be able to help.
We will also ask for names of other adults that live at the rental property. It is always best to have lease documentation with you when you contact us.
We encourage you to utilise the tenancy resources available on this website.
We produce legal information resources including, fact sheets, info kits and guides all available on this website.
We hold a variety of training and information events throughout the year for community support workers, community groups, solicitors and members of the Tenancy Advice and Education Network.
You can find more information on our community legal education page.