Midland Information, Debt & Legal Advocacy Inc (MIDAS) is an inclusive organisation that works with disadvantaged people from a range of backgrounds. During NAIDOC Week (1-8 July 2012) MIDLAS is taking the opportunity to seek feedback from members of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait community. NAIDOC week (NAIDOC stands for the National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee) provides an opportunity for all communities across Australia to unify and commemorate the contribution Indigenous people have made in developing our national identity.
Here at MIDLAS we understand that people from a wide range of backgrounds, including people from indigenous and culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds access our services. Our aim is to empower disadvantaged and vulnerable people by providing free services and confidential options, referral and support so they can navigate barriers to achieve a better way of life. It is important to us that we do this in a culturally appropriate way and we are always looking for feedback from our clients and community members on the accessibility of our service.| | | Next → |