Discrete Services are one-off legal or non-legal services provided to Service Users, where the Centre undertakes a clearly-defined activity but does not commit to providing ongoing support once that activity or deliverable is completed.
“Discrete” does not imply a particular amount of time spent, or a requirement to be limited to one point-in-time (eg same day). For example, some discrete services (eg Legal Task) might take 6 hours over a 2 week period.
Discrete services are to be differentiated from Ongoing Services where an organisation provides ongoing assistance to a Service User. See the diagram of service groupings here.
Click on each of the following Discrete Services for more information.