John’s, NL A1A 3B8 Grand Falls-Windsor 26 High Street PO Box 850 Grand Falls – Windsor, NL A2A 2P7 Corner Brook Suite 201B, 2 Herald Avenue PO Box 474 Corner Brook, NL A2H 6E6 Once all forms are received by the , your claim will be reviewed and an intake adjudicator will determine if you qualify for compensation.If you disagree with a decision made regarding your case, you can ask for a review by submitting a Request for Internal Review Form.The following is a list of benefits that most people who are eligible under the Income Support Program can receive: There are two ways that you can apply for income support; either over the phone or by mail.
LCCs exist in Port aux Basques, Burgeo, Bay-St-George, Corner Brook/Bay of Islands, Deer Lake, Cow Head/Rocky Harbour, and Port Saunders (for information on how to contact your local committee see Local Contacts).
The Violence Prevention Initiative (VPI) is a five year, multi- departmental, government community partnership to find long term solutions to the problem of violence against most at risk in our society- women, children, the elderly and other vulnerable groups who are victims of violence because of their race, ethnicity, sexual orientation or disability.
In all of the Atlantic provinces, drivers who are injured or killed in accidents with uninsured or unknown (as in the case of hit and run accidents) drivers can turn to the Facility Association for assistance in getting the costs incurred as a result of the accident covered.
The type of assistance drivers are eligible for will depend greatly on the area they live in, whether they have their own personal auto insurance, and the type of coverage included in their insurance plan.
The money used to cover these costs comes from the Uninsured Automobile Funds for each of the Atlantic Provinces If you are in an accident with an uninsured or unknown driver, you should contact the Facility Association at 1-800-268-9572 for more information on how to take advantage of the services they offer.
The legislation that the Facility Association must follow when assisting Newfoundland and Labrador drivers who access their services can be found online: Consolidated Newfoundland and Labrador Regulation 985/96.The VPI is coordinated by Womens Policy Justice, Education and Human Resources and Employment) and six Regional Coordinating Committees.The VPI builds upon the work of the Provincial Strategy Against Violence.A worker will let you know if further information is required.Once the application and documents are received, decisions on eligibility for benefits are normally made within five business days.Providing safe highways to the citizens of Newfoundland and Labrador is a priority of not only the "B" Division Traffic Services Unit, but for every RCMP Officer posted to this province.