BDM has broadened its previous Koori Access Fund arrangements. A new financial hardship and fee waiver policy expands the reach of fee waivers.
The policy waives costs of a legal certificate.
- Children in out-of-home care, informal kinship care, or the youth justice system
- Prisoners and people on remand.
To be eligible, adult customers must provide evidence of low income.
This includes a current copy of one of the following:
- Centrelink Concession card
- Centrelink Pensioner card
- Disability Support Pension card.
There are arrangements to support:
- People experiencing family violence
- People on remand.
Learn more about financial hardship and fee waiver policy.
|What BDM will do||How BDM will do it|
|Remove financial barriers for Aboriginal customers to improve access to our services.||Promote the financial hardship and fee waiver policy to staff, stakeholders and Aboriginal communities.|
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Coolamon Strategy 2019-21 contents
- Welcome to the Coolamon Strategy
- The significance of the coolamon
- The importance of BDM services
- Purpose of the Coolamon Strategy 2019-21
- Strong identity, strong spirit in practice
- Supporting our Aboriginal customers
- Removing financial barriers for Aboriginal customers
- Building trust and confidence in BDM services