Our locations

Legal aid services are located throughout the province. You can apply for legal aid by by phone or in person at some locations.

Please call the location nearest to you to find out whether in-person services are available and to make an appointment, if necessary.

See the map below for all location addresses, phone numbers, and hours. Service hours are Pacific Time unless noted otherwise.

To find a service near you, enter your address in the search box, or click the Use my location button. If you want to find a specific type of service, click the Filter button and then the service you’re looking for. See service descriptions below.

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  • Services

  • Aboriginal Services

    Community partners

    Connect people with legal aid and other services, offering culturally appropriate services to Indigenous people. More info →

    First Nations/​Indigenous Courts

    Take a restorative justice approach to sentencing and focus on community and healing. More info →

    Indigenous community legal workers

    Provide legal information, limited advice, and referral services. More info →

    Legal aid locations

    Provide phone and in-person application services and referrals. More info →

    Legal aid navigators

    Work with clients to guide them through the legal aid process. More info →

    Parents Legal Centres and Network locations

    Provide phone and in-person services to help parents with child protection matters, providing culturally appropriate services to Indigenous people. More info →

    Other help

    You can also get some help from government agents at Service BC offices across the province. For example, you can:

    • send or receive documents by fax,
    • get our free legal resources, or
    • access a computer to look up legal information on the Internet.