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Far Northern Region (Del Norte, Humboldt)
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California Indian Legal ServicesCall your local office and leave a message707-443-8397 or 800-347-2402 (Eureka office)https://www.calindian.org/our-offices/Del Norte, Humboldt, Mendocino, Siskiyou, and Trinity countiesIndian child welfare, water rights, environmental law, education, civil rights, housing, and more
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Disability Rights CaliforniaCall anytime M-F, 9-4800-776-5746https://www.disabilityrightsca.org/get-helpAll counties (closest office is in Sacramento)For people with disabilities: Regional Center, patients' rights, civil rights, healthcare, mental health services in facilities, work accommodations, voting rights, educationYLC has some direct contacts to DRC attorneys; let us know if direct outreach would be helpful
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Legal Services of Northern CaliforniaCall the local office707-445-0855 (general number); 866-815-5990 (after-hours number)https://www.lsnc.net/how-contact-usEureka office serves Del Norte, Humboldt, and Trinity countiesFamily law, housing, public benefits, veterans benefits, consumer law, guardianship, bankruptcyYLC has some direct contacts to LSNC attorneys; let us know if direct outreach would be helpful
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Northern Region (Butte, Glenn, Sacramento, Shasta, Sonoma, Sutter, Tehama, Yolo, Yuba)
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California Indian Legal ServicesCall your local office and leave a message916-978-0960 or 800-829-0284 (Sacramento office)https://www.calindian.org/our-offices/Alameda, Amador, Butte, Calaveras, Colusa, Contra Costa, El Dorado, Fresno, Glenn, Kings, Lake, Lassen, Madera, Marin, Mariposa, Merced, Modoc, Monterey, Napa, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Sacramento, San Benito, San Francisco, San Joaquin, San Luis Obispo, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Shasta, Sierra, Solano, Sonoma, Stanislaus, Sutter, Tehama, Tulare, Yolo, YubaIndian child welfare, water rights, environmental law, education, civil rights, housing, and more
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California Rural Legal Assistance, Inc.Call the 800 number or call your local office directly800-337-0690; local office #s listed on the websitehttps://www.crla.org/office-listingYuba and Sonoma counties (offices in Marysville and Santa Rosa)Employment, public benefits, housing, and K-12 education
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Disability Rights CaliforniaCall anytime M-F, 9-4800-776-5746https://www.disabilityrightsca.org/get-helpAll counties (closest office is in Sacramento)For people with disabilities: Regional Center, patients' rights, civil rights, healthcare, mental health services in facilities, work accommodations, voting rights, educationYLC has some direct contacts to DRC attorneys; let us know if direct outreach would be helpful
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Legal Aid of Sonoma CountyCall or email 707-595-6295 (DV), 707-843-4432 (housing), 707-542-1291 (veterans benefits), 707-308-2513 (disaster relief), 707-542-1290 (other issues), info@legalaidsc.com (email, all issues)https://legalaidsc.org/Sonoma County only (office in Santa Rosa)Domestic violence restraining orders, housing, veterans benefits, disaster relief, guardianships, barrier removal for CalWORKS clients (licenses, record clearance, etc.)Clients will need to provide proof of income to meet eligibility requirements. In non-COVID times, potential clients need to go to the Santa Rosa office in person for intake--but for now, intake is by phone.
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Legal Services of Northern CaliforniaCall the local office916-551-2150 (Sacramento office); 530-345-9491 or 800-345-9491 (Chico office); 530-241-3565 (Redding office); 530-662-1065 or 916-447-5798 (Woodland office); 866-815-5990 (after-hours number)https://www.lsnc.net/how-contact-usSacramento office serves Sac County. Chico office serves Butte, Colusa, Glenn, and Plumas counties. Redding office serves Lassen, Modoc, Shasta, Siskiyou, and Tehama counties. Woodland office serves Yolo County. Housing, Public benefits, Medi-Cal, Unemployment insurance and State Disability Insurance (Sac and Chico only), consumer (Woodland only), guardianship (Woodland only), small claims (Woodland only), education (Woodland only)YLC has some direct contacts in LSNC's Sacramento and Yolo offices; let us know if direct outreach would be helpful. Clients must meet certain income guidelines. These are reviewed at intake.
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McGeorge Community Legal ServicesCall from 9am-noon or 1:30-4pm916-340-6080https://law.pacific.edu/law/students/academics/experiential-learning/legal-clinics/community-legal-servicesNot sure, but office is in SacramentoImmigration, Bankruptcy
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UC Davis School of Law Legal Clinics--Family Protection and Legal Assistance ClinicCall530-752-6532 https://law.ucdavis.edu/clinics/family-protection-clinic.htmlYolo County (office is in Davis)For victims of intimate partner violence and assault: Restraining orders, Child custody, Housing, Employment, Victims Compensation
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Capital Pro Bono (aka Voluntary Legal Services Program of Northern California)Online intake form916-551-2102https://capitalprobono.org/contact-us/Sacramento and surrounding counties (office is in Sacramento)Debt Collection Defense and Bankruptcy, Employment Law, Guardianship/Conservatorship, Family Law, Probate/Power of AttorneyCannot assist minors
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Bay Area Region (Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco, San Mateo)
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Advancing Justice - Asian Law CaucusCall main office and dial "0" for receptionist415-896-1701https://www.advancingjustice-alc.org/legal-clinics/San Francisco office serving mostly SF residents and some clients from other countiesImmigration, Employment, Immigration/Criminal Justice, National Security and Civil Rights
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AIDS Legal Referral PanelCall main office and leave a message, or sign up for a clinic online415-701-1100https://www.alrp.org/our-services/get-legal-helpSan Francisco office serving people with HIV/AIDs in the SF Bay AreaHousing, Immigration, Health Care Insurance, Disability Benefits, Wills/Powers of Attorney
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Alameda County Homeless Action Center (HAC)Call M-Th, 1-5pm510-695-2260 (Oakland office), 510-540-0878 (Berkeley officehttp://homelessactioncenter.org/Berkeley and Oakland offices serving residents of Alameda CountyPublic Benefits, especially SSI
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Asian Pacific Islander Legal OutreachCall for a legal intake415-567-6255 (SF office), 510-251-2846 (Oakland office)https://www.apilegaloutreach.org/contact/SF and Oakland offices serving clients in the SF Bay AreaHousing, Domestic Violence, Immigration (including immigration support for survivors of trafficking), Youth-specific Legal Services
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Bay Area Legal AidCall the appropriate legal intake line800-551-5554 (general intake/advice line), 855-693-7285 (healthcare/Medi-Cal), 510-250-5277 (youth legal hotline) https://baylegal.org/Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Marin, and Napa countiesHousing, consumer law, public benefits, domestic violence, youth-specific legal services (foster care reentry, guardianship, record sealing, etc.), reentry-specific legal services (record clearing, housing, licenses, etc.), healthcare/Medi-Cal, immigrationYLC has some direct contacts to BayLegal attorneys; let us know if direct outreach would be helpful
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California Rural Legal Assistance, Inc.Call the 800 number or call your local office directly800-337-0690; local office #s listed on the websitehttps://www.crla.org/office-listingAcross California (administrative office in Oakland)Employment, public benefits, housing, and K-12 educationThe Oakland location is an administrative office that can help connect you to the appropriate regional office. It may not have attorneys present in the office who can talk to you about your legal issue.
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Centro Legal de la RazaCall for a legal intake. Leave a message if no response.510-437-1554https://www.centrolegal.org/Offices are in Oakland, but the organization serves clients across CaliforniaImmigration, housing, workers' rightsYLC has some direct contacts to attorneys in this office; les us know if direct outreach would be helpful
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Community Legal Services in East Palo AltoCall or drop in M-Th between 9am-1pm650-326-6440https://clsepa.org/services/San Mateo and Santa Clara countiesImmigration, housing, workers' rights, record clearance, consumer lawYLC has some direct contacts to attorneys here; let us know if direct outreach would be helpful
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Contra Costa Senior Legal ServicesCall925-609-7900https://www.ccsls.org/Contra Costa County (office in Concord)For seniors: housing, elder abuse, consumer law, public benefits, advance health care directives
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East Bay Community Law CenterCall the main line or look online to find the number for the specific clinic you are looking for510-548-4040https://ebclc.org/need-services/Alameda County (office in Berkeley)Clean slate/record clearance, public benefits, consumer law, education, delinquency, health care, housing, immigrationYLC has direct contacts at EBCLC; let us know if direct outreach would be helpful
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Eviction Defense CollaborativeCall or email415-659-9184 (if you have been served a housing notice), 415-470-5211 (housing financial assistance)https://evictiondefense.org/San FranciscoHousing: eviction defense and rental assistance
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Family Violence Law CenterCall 24-hour crisis line800-947-8301http://fvlc.org/Alameda County (office in Oakland)For survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault: Domestic violence restraining orders, child custody and visitation, child and spousal support, civil harassment restraining orders, Title IX proceedings at UC Berkeley, some housing support
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Housing and Economic Rights AdvocatesCall or fill out online form510-271-8443 ext. 300http://www.heraca.org/get_help/english.htmlAll counties (office in Oakland)Student loan debt, debt collection issues, lending practices and scams, medical debt, senior-, veteran-, and reentry-specific legal services
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Justice & Diversity Center of the Bar Association of San FranciscoCall415-989-1616https://www.sfbar.org/jdc/free-legal-help/San Francisco and Marin countiesDivorce, spousal/child support, child custody/visitation, DV/assault, eviction, debt collection, tax issuesRuns a referral service to connect clients with low-cost attorneys
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La Raza Centro LegalCall415-575-3500https://lrcl.org/San FranciscoImmigration, workers' rights, seniors
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Lawyers' Committee for Civil RightsCall or fill out online forms415-543-9444https://lccrsf.org/get-help/overview/San Francisco Bay AreaAsylum, bail debt, small businesses, personal injury, education
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Legal Access AlamedaCall or submit online request form510-302-2222 option #4https://www.vlsc-acba.org/Alameda CountyBankruptcy, DVRO, family law, housing (landlords and tenants). Consultations through their CLASP program may cover these issues as well as employment, immigration, and personal injury questions
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Legal Aid at WorkCall the helpline that matches your specific location/issue415-864-8848 (general information only; for a specific helpline, see the link in the next column)https://legalaidatwork.org/clinics-and-helplines/Multiple counties across California: San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Cruz, Alameda, Sacramento, Merced, Fresno, Tulare, Orange, San Diego, and San BernardinoWorkers' rights (including claims for unpaid wages), work and family (parental leave, sick leave, etc.), work and disability, work and language rights, racial equality in the workplace, girls in sports
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Legal Aid of MarinCall or use online request form to schedule an appointment415-492-0230 extension 102https://legalaidmarin.org/appointments/Marin County (office in San Rafael)Housing, employment, debt/consumer, elders, community court
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Legal Aid Society of San Mateo CountyCall to schedule an appointment650-558-0915https://www.legalaidsmc.org/getting-helpSan Mateo County (office in Redwood City)Health care, housing, public benefits, special education, domestic violence, immigration, elder abuse. No traffic ticket cases.
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Legal Assistance for SeniorsCall and leave a message510-832-3040https://www.lashicap.org/Alameda County (office in Oakland)Guardianships, public benefits/social security, naturalization/citizenship, conservatorship, housing, healthcare/Medi-Cal/Medi-Care
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Legal Services for ChildrenCall the intake line on MWTh from 1:30-5pm (English) or 1:30-4:30pm (Spanish)415-323-5814 (English), 415-484-8173 (Spanish)https://www.lsc-sf.org/San Francisco Bay Area (office in San Francisco)Guardianships, education/school discipline, immigration, foster care YLC has some direct contacts to attorneys here; let us know if direct outreach would be helpful
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Prison Law OfficeEmailoffice@prisonlaw.comhttps://prisonlaw.com/Across California (office in Berkeley)Issues affecting prisoners, including medical care, mental health treatment, owercrowding, disability discrimination, denial of parole, race-based lockdowns, conditions of confinementDoes not represent individual clients unless the issue has broad system implications
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Public Advocates Inc.Call or submit online form415-431-7430https://www.publicadvocates.org/get-involved/Across California (office in San Francisco)Education, housing justice, transportation justice, climate justiceDoes not represent individual clients unless the issue has broad system implications
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South Bay Area Region (Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Monterey, SLO)
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Community Legal Services in East Palo AltoCall or drop in M-Th between 9am-1pm650-326-6440https://clsepa.org/services/San Mateo and Santa Clara countiesImmigration, housing, workers' rights, record clearance, consumer law
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Dependency Advocacy CenterBy court appointment, or call408-995-0714https://www.sccdac.org/Santa Clara CountyRepresents parents in child welfare casesYLC has some direct contacts to DAC attorneys; let us know if direct outreach would be helpful
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Disability Rights CaliforniaCall anytime M-F, 9-4800-776-5746https://www.disabilityrightsca.org/get-helpAll counties (closest office is in Oakland)For people with disabilities: Regional Center, patients' rights, civil rights, healthcare, mental health services in facilities, work accommodations, voting rights, educationYLC has some direct contacts to DRC attorneys; let us know if direct outreach would be helpful
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Law Foundation of Silicon ValleyCall the appropriate intake line409-280-2424 (housing), 408-280-2416 (children & youth), 408-280-2420 (mental health)https://www.lawfoundation.org/Santa Clara CountyHousing; public benefits, employment, and name/gender changes for individuals with health/mental health needs and/or have HIV/AIDs; advocacy for patients in psychiatric facilities and county jails; education, guardianship, emancipation, immigration, identity theft, and family law for teens and young adults. The Law Foundation also represents most of the children and NMDs in Santa Clara County dependency courtYLC has some direct contacts to attorneys here; let us know if direct outreach would be helpful
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Legal Aid at WorkCall the helpline that matches your specific location/issue415-864-8848 (general information only; for a specific helpline, see the link in the next column)https://legalaidatwork.org/clinics-and-helplines/Multiple counties across California: San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Cruz, Alameda, Sacramento, Merced, Fresno, Tulare, Orange, San Diego, and San BernardinoWorkers' rights (including claims for unpaid wages), work and family (parental leave, sick leave, etc.), work and disability, work and language rights, racial equality in the workplace, girls in sports
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Legal Services for SeniorsCall831-899-0492https://www.lssmc.net/Monterey CountyGuardianships/adoptions, elder abuse, housing, health care, small claims, conservatorships, Social Security, consumer law
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San Luis Obispo Legal Assistance FoundationCall to schedule a phone or Zoom appointment805-543-5140https://slolaf.org/San Luis Obispo CountyHousing, guardianships, conservatorships, elder abuse, and senior-specific services (estate planning, consumer law, public benefits)
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Santa Clara County Asian Law AllianceCall and leave a message408-287-9710http://asianlawalliance.org/Santa Clara County (office in San Jose)Housing, public benefits, immigration/deportation defense, DV/victims of violence crimes, civil rights
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Santa Clara University Alexander Law CenterCall and leave a message408-288-7030https://law.scu.edu/kgaclc/Santa Clara CountyImmigration, consumer law, workers' rights
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Watsonville Law CenterCall831-722-2845https://www.watsonvillelawcenter.org/Central Coast region (office in Watsonville)Workers' compensation, employment law, consumer/debt issues, CalWORKs
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Central Valley Region (Fresno, Kern, Kings, Madera, Merced, Stanislaus)
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California Indian Legal ServicesCall your local office and leave a message760-873-3581 or 800-736-3582 (Bishop office), 916-978-0960 or 800-829-0284 (Sacramento office)https://www.calindian.org/our-offices/Alameda, Alpine, Amador, Butte, Calaveras, Colusa, Contra Costa, El Dorado, Fresno, Glenn, Inyo, Kern, Kings, Lake, Lassen, Madera, Marin, Mariposa, Merced, Modoc, Mono, Monterey, Napa, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Sacramento, San Benito, San Francisco, San Joaquin, San Luis Obispo, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Shasta, Sierra, Solano, Sonoma, Stanislaus, Sutter, Tehama, Tulare, Tuolumne, Yolo, YubaIndian child welfare, water rights, environmental law, education, civil rights, housing, and more
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California Rural Legal Assistance, Inc.Call the 800 number or call your local office directly800-337-0690; local office #s listed on the websitehttps://www.crla.org/office-listingSan Joaquin, Stanislaus, Madera, Fresno, and Kern counties (offices in Stockton, Modesto, Madera, Fresno, Delano, Arvin)Employment, public benefits, housing, and K-12 education
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Central California Legal ServicesCall the Legal Advice Line800-675-8001 (legal advice line), 800-675-8001 ext. 1271 (health law line)https://www.centralcallegal.org/Fresno, Kings, Merced, Stanislaus, and Tulare counties (offices in Fresno, Merced, and Visalia)Medi-Cal/healthcare, housing & homelessness prevention, family/immigration benefits
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Disability Rights CaliforniaCall anytime M-F, 9-4800-776-5746https://www.disabilityrightsca.org/get-helpAll counties (closest office is in Fresno)For people with disabilities: Regional Center, patients' rights, civil rights, healthcare, mental health services in facilities, work accommodations, voting rights, educationYLC has some direct contacts to DRC attorneys; let us know if direct outreach would be helpful
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Greater Bakersfield Legal AssistanceCall661-325-5943 or 888-292-4252https://www.gbla.org/Kern County (office in Bakersfield)Housing (incl. fair housing/housing discrimination), public benefits, domestic violence, guardianships, K-12 education, Medi-Cal/healthcare, rural justice
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Legal Aid at WorkCall the helpline that matches your specific location/issue415-864-8848 (general information only; for a specific helpline, see the link in the next column)https://legalaidatwork.org/clinics-and-helplines/Multiple counties across California: San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Cruz, Alameda, Sacramento, Merced, Fresno, Tulare, Orange, San Diego, and San BernardinoWorkers' rights (including claims for unpaid wages), work and family (parental leave, sick leave, etc.), work and disability, work and language rights, racial equality in the workplace, girls in sports
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San Joaquin College of LawCall to schedule an appointment559-326-1553http://www.sjcl.edu/index.php/nalcFresno CountyImmigration
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Senior Advocacy NetworkCall209-577-3814http://senioradvocacynetwork.org/Stanislaus CountyFor seniors only: Guardianships, public benefits, housing, restraining orders, consumer issues
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Advancing Justice-Los AngelesCall the intake line888-349-9695 (English), 800-520-2356 (Chinese), 800-867-3640 (Korean), 855-300-2552 (Tagalog), 800-914-9583 (Thai)https://www.advancingjustice-la.org/Los Angeles and Orange countiesFamily, immigration, public benefits, employment, housing, and civil rights
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Alliance for Children's RightsCall or fill out online form213-368-6010https://allianceforchildrensrights.org/help/Los Angeles CountyAdoptions, legal guardianships, foster care benefits, education, healthcare access, transition-age youth services (ID theft, foster care reentry, juvenile tickets, SSI benefits, record sealing, name changes)YLC has some direct contacts to attorneys here; let us know if direct outreach would be helpful
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Bet Tzedek Legal ServicesCall or email for intake323-939-0506intake@bettzedek.org, https://www.bettzedek.org/Los Angeles CountyHousing & homelessness prevention, name/gender marker changes, immigration, guardianships, public benefits (seniors only), employment
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Disability Rights CaliforniaCall anytime M-F, 9-4800-776-5746https://www.disabilityrightsca.org/get-helpAll counties (closest office is in LA)For people with disabilities: Regional Center, patients' rights, civil rights, healthcare, mental health services in facilities, work accommodations, voting rights, educationYLC has some direct contacts to DRC attorneys; let us know if direct outreach would be helpful
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Disability Rights Legal CenterCall & leave a message, or fill out assistance form online213-736-1334https://thedrlc.org/State-wide (office in Los Angeles)For people with disabilities or cancer: civil rights and disability discrimination, healthcare access, special education
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Harriett Buhai Center for Family LawCall M-Th between 10:30am-2:30pm213-388-7515https://www.hbcfl.org/legal-help/Los Angeles CountyDomestic violence-related restraining orders, custody, visitation, and child support
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HEART L.A.Call323-643-4430https://www.heartla.org/Los Angeles CountyHousing advocacy for individuals living with pets
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Inner City Law CenterCall the appropriate intake line213-891-2880 (general intake line--press 0 to leave a message), 818-485-0576 (eviction line)https://innercitylaw.org/get-help/Los Angeles CountyHousing & homelessness prevention + public benefits. Specific programs for people who are HIV+ and/or veterans
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LACBA Counsel for JusticeCall the appropriate intake line and leave a message213-624-3665 (DV line), 213-485-0143 (immigration line), 213-896-6537 (veterans), 213-833-6776 (AIDS Legal Services line)https://www.lacba.org/counsel-for-justiceLos Angeles CountyDomestic violence restraining orders, immigration, veterans services (traffic tickets, expungement of convictions, military discharge upgrades), AIDS legal services (advance planning, employment, debt relief, healthcare access, discrimination)
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Learning Rights Law CenterCall to schedule a consultation213-489-4030https://www.learningrights.org/ercLos Angeles CountySpecial education$10-$50 sliding scale fee for consultation
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Legal Aid Foundation of Los AngelesCall or apply online800-399-4529https://lafla.org/get-help/Los Angeles CountyHousing, public benefits, DV/family law, employment, expungement, immigration, nonprofit assistance, student loan issues, veterans legal services
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Los Angeles Center for Law and JusticeApply online323-980-3500https://www.laclj.org/services-request/Los Angeles CountyDV restraining orders, immigration, family law
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Mental Health Advocacy ServicesCall213-389-2077http://mhas-la.org/Los Angeles CountyProject New Start (for formerly incarcerated people living in South LA), fair housing, SSI/RSDI benefits, homelessness prevention, maternal medical-legal partnership, special education
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Neighborhood Legal ServicesCall or submit online form 800-433-6251 or 818-834-7500 (general legal assistance), 800-896-3202 (health consumer hotline), 800-870-0732 (disaster relief hotline)https://nlsla.org/services/help/Los Angeles CountyHealthcare, housing, DV/family law, public benefits, immigration, clean slate/expungement, employment, medical-legal, disaster assistance, education rights
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Public CounselCall the intake line213-385-2977http://www.publiccounsel.org/servicesLos Angeles CountyAdoption, regional center, education rights, transition age youth legal services, guardianship, immigration, consumer/debt issues, veterans legal services, public benefits, housing, advice for child care providers, women's legal servicesYLC has some direct contacts to attorneys here; let us know if direct outreach would be helpful
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Wage Justice CenterCall the day laborer hotline213-294-2622http://wagejustice.org/contact/Los Angeles CountyRepresenting low-income workers (mostly day laborers) in claims of wage theft against employers
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Southern Region (Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, Santa Barbara, and Ventura)
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Advancing Justice-Los AngelesCall the intake line888-349-9695 (English), 800-520-2356 (Chinese), 800-867-3640 (Korean), 855-300-2552 (Tagalog), 800-914-9583 (Thai)https://www.advancingjustice-la.org/Los Angeles and Orange countiesFamily, immigration, public benefits, employment, housing, and civil rights
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Affordable Housing AdvocatesCall the appropriate intake line619-233-7263 (tenants' rights project), 619-233-8474 (affordable housing project)https://www.affordablehousingadvocates.org/contact.htmlSan Diego CountyAffordable housing and habitable housingSan Diego
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California Indian Legal ServicesCall your local office and leave a message760-746-8941 or 800-743-8941 (Escondido office)https://www.calindian.org/our-offices/Imperial, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, Santa Barbara, and Ventura counties (office in Escondido)Indian child welfare, water rights, environmental law, education, civil rights, housing, and more
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California Rural Legal Assistance, Inc.Call the 800 number or call your local office directly800-337-0690; local office #s listed on the websitehttps://www.crla.org/office-listingSan Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Ventura, Riverside, San Diego, and Imperial counties (offices in San Luis Obispo, Santa Maria, Oxnard, Vista, Coachella, and El Centro)Employment, public benefits, housing, and K-12 educationYLC has some direct contacts to attorneys here; let us know if direct outreach would be helpful
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Casa Cornelia Law CenterCall the main line619-231-7788https://casacornelia.org/contact/San Diego CountyImmigration
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Chapman University Family Protection ClinicCall the clinic director714-628-2636https://www.chapman.edu/law/legal-clinics/family-protection.aspxOrange CountyLegal services focused on survivors of DV
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Community Legal Aid SoCalCall hotline800-834-5001https://www.communitylegalsocal.org/Orange and Los Angeles counties (office in Santa Ana)DV/Family law, housing, healthcare, immigration, public benefits, consumer/debt relief
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Disability Rights CaliforniaCall anytime M-F, 9-4800-776-5746https://www.disabilityrightsca.org/get-helpAll counties (closest office is in San Diego)For people with disabilities: Regional Center, patients' rights, civil rights, healthcare, mental health services in facilities, work accommodations, voting rights, educationYLC has some direct contacts to DRC attorneys; let us know if direct outreach would be helpful
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Family Legal Assistance at CHOC Children’sNeed a referral from a CHOC social workern/aOrange, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Los Angeles countiesLegal services for families who are unable to consent to their child's health care needs (i.e. non-parent caregivers and parents of adult children)
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Inland Counties Legal ServicesApply online or call the intake line if you have a tight deadline888-245-4257https://www.inlandlegal.org/node/46/apply-nowRiverside and San Bernardino countiesConsumer/debt, family/DV, healthcare, housing, immigration, public benefits, tax/bankruptcy
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Inland Empire Latino Lawyers Association, Inc.Call and leave a message, or apply online951-369-3009https://iella.org/Riverside and San Bernardino countiesFamily law (incl. custody, visitation, and support), restraining orders, landlord/tenant, debt collection, wage garnishment
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Legal Aid at WorkCall the helpline that matches your specific location/issue415-864-8848 (general information only; for a specific helpline, see the link in the next column)https://legalaidatwork.org/clinics-and-helplines/Multiple counties across California: San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Cruz, Alameda, Sacramento, Merced, Fresno, Tulare, Orange, San Diego, and San BernardinoWorkers' rights (including claims for unpaid wages), work and family (parental leave, sick leave, etc.), work and disability, work and language rights, racial equality in the workplace, girls in sports
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Legal Aid Foundation of Santa Barbara CountyCall and leave a message805-963-6754 (Santa Barbara), 805-922-9909 (Santa Maria), 805-736-6582 (Lompoc)https://www.lafsbc.org/contactSanta Barbara CountyHousing, DV restraining orders, immigration, guardianships, foreclosure prevention, consumer protection/fraudNo income limits for DV-related services
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Legal Aid Society of San BernardinoCall the main line909-889-7328https://legalaidofsb.org/get-help/San Bernardino CountyHousing, guardianship/conservatorship, family law
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Legal Aid Society of San DiegoCall the intake line877-534-2524 (general line), 877-734-3258 (health care line)https://www.lassd.org/San Diego CountyHousing, debt collection, sales contracts, housing discrimination, family law, immigration, tax issues, public benefits, restraining orders, conservatorships, Medi-Cal/healthcareYLC has some direct contacts to LASSD attorneys; let us know if direct outreach would be helpful
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Public Law CenterCall the intake line714-541-1010https://www.publiclawcenter.org/need-help/Orange CountyHousing and homelessness prevention, bankruptcy, consumer/identity theft/debt, DV/family law, immigration, legal services for veterans, legal services for people living with HIV/AIDSYLC has some direct contacts to PLC attorneys; let us know if direct outreach would be helpful
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Riverside Legal AidCall the local office951-682-7968 (Riverside), 760-347-9456 (Indio)http://riversidelegalaid.org/Riverside CountyFamily law, evictions, guardianship/conservatorship, debt collection, contract disputes, bankruptcy, federal court cases