Hours of operation
Monday to Friday
Please call for information on our intake (advice on new cases) hours, as they are subject to change.
By appointment only, a clinic worker is available in Espanola the morning of the last Monday each month, and in Sagamok First Nation the same afternoon.
By appointment only, a clinic worker is available in Noëlville the morning of the first Friday each month, and in St. Charles the same afternoon.
If you live in other areas in the District of Sudbury, please call 1-800-697-8719.
To arrange for an appointment, call our office in Sudbury.
French Legal Advice Line
For callers from Manitoulin, Rainy River, Kenora, Parry Sound, Muskoka, and Algoma 1-877-687-2847/1-87 POUR AVIS.
We want to make sure that our service is as barrier-free as possible. If you are unable to communicate by telephone because of a Human Rights Code protected reason, such as disability, please e-mail us by using the form below or fax the clinic at 1-705-674-6974. Please mark the fax or e-mail or letter clearly as a request for accommodation.
Lack of access to telephone
Until we are able to resume regular in person service, if you cannot access a telephone to phone the clinic, please use the e-mail form below or fax the clinic at 1-705-674-6974. Please mark the fax or e-mail or letter clearly with “no phone access.” All e-mail inquiries will be responded to within 48 hours.
No professional relationship is created by viewing this website or sending an email. Persons do not become clients unless and until the Sudbury Community Legal Clinic agrees to act for them and that agreement is confirmed in a retainer agreement in accordance with our usual policies.
The Sudbury Community Legal Clinic does not guarantee the confidentiality of the content of any email transmission. If you wish to provide confidential information to any staff of the Sudbury Community Legal Clinic, please contact us by telephone.
Sudbury Community Legal Clinic
40 Elm Street, Elm Place, Unit 272
Sudbury, Ontario, P3C 1S8