Social Security Rights Victoria (SSRV) is an independent state-wide community legal centre that specialises in social security and related law, policy and procedure. Our vision is for a fair and just society in which all people are able to receive a guaranteed adequate income in order to enjoy a decent standard of living.
The values that underpin our work are:
WE ARE NOW RECRUITING:
Social Security Rights Victoria (SSRV) provides legal services to vulnerable and disadvantaged Victorians and those that support them, which assist them to secure and protect their right to equitable social security entitlements.
Our services include:
Social Security Rights Victoria is pleased to announce that we have launched DSP Help.
DSP Help is a free online resource for DSP applicants and the people who support them, aimed at helping them understand the DSP, the eligibility criteria, how to get suitable medical evidence, and how to approach an application
Specialist social security lawyers and financial counsellors working together to improve client outcomes A report on the implementation and evaluation of the Integrated Services Project (Year 1) available here
Information about SSRV’s servicing during the COVID-19 restrictions is here
SSRV provides services to Victorians. Our opening hours are 9am-5pm Monday to Thursday.
Please note that due to the COVID-19 virus, SSRV is undertaking remote servicing.
Information about SSRV’s servicing during the COVID-19 restrictions is here.
SSRV will aim to continue to provide services as much as possible during this time, within the limitations of such servicing.
Please note the new mobile numbers for SSRV servicing. If someone leaves a message, please note that call backs may be from callers with no Caller ID. People calling our usual numbers will be redirected to mobiles.
General Advice Line
Mondays to Thursdays 9.30am to 12.30pm
0419 793 652
Worker Help Line
Monday- Thursday 9.00am-5.00pm
0429 450 346
(03) 9481 0299
SSRV welcomes calls through the National Relay Service If you are deaf, have a hearing impairment and/or have a speech impairment. Choose your access option (information here) and provide our phone number 0419 793 652 when asked by the relay officer.
PO Box 4226
Please note SSRV does not provide advice by email. People seeking advice by email will be directed to the General Advice Line.