CLG’s Social Benefits Advocacy Program (SBAP) offers information, advice and guidance to those facing challenges with the Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped (AISH) Program. We can help with many issues including benefit denials, cut-offs and assessed overpayments. We may even be able to represent people at appeal. If you are interested in a presentation to your agency, please contact us at (403) 234-9266.
For some clients, dealing with the legal system is itself traumatic and can exacerbate the other traumas they are trying to process. The more we as lawyers can understand trauma and its effects on memory, cognition, communication, and relationships, the better equipped we will be to truly understand our clients’ complicated social and legal issues, and the more support we can give them in the short time we meet with them. If you are interested in learning more about trauma-informed lawyering, contact us at (403) 234-9266.
Sahwoo mohkaak tsi ma taas employs a part-time Indigenous facilitator and educator, Indigenous Lawyer, and Indigenous articling student whose goals are to increase access to justice for Indigenous peoples, by helping people understand how to use the legal system to reach their goals. We also provide cultural training sessions for lawyers and legal education sessions for the public, on request.
Contact our Indigenous Liaison at (403) 234-9266.
CLG can help clients get access to identification if lost or stolen. We frequently hold clinics at our offices, but if you would like more information on how to access these clinics, contact us.
Contact our Homeless Outreach Program at (403) 234-9266.