Description:Provides bilingual legal services to very low-, low- and moderately-low income persons throughout the Bay Area. Provides consultations, advocacy, representation and/or legal counseling in the areas of immigration law, fair housing (landlord/tenant disputes), senior law, wage claim issues, and employment and housing discrimination claims. Operates a citizenship outreach project. The San Mateo County Outreach Project focuses primarily on homelessness prevention and eviction defense services through office hours at all seven San Mateo County core centers. Offers an Immigration Clinic on the second and fourth Thursday evening of every month, a Workers' Rights Clinic every Monday and Wednesday and a Housing Clinic for San Francisco residents every Wednesday at 10 am. Immigration Law talks (charlas) are every other Thursday on different topics (call for schedule). Attorney and other agency referrals are provided as appropriate. Coordinates an Information and Referral Clinic every first and third Thursday evening of every month at the Redwood City Fair Oaks Community Center concerning any area of the law in conjunction with the La Raza Lawyers Association of San Mateo County (San Mateo County residents only). Educational seminars help clients avoid unnecessary legal costs through preventative law discussions.
Public Transit:MUNI - 48 Quintara, 26 Valencia, Mission Street lines. BART - 16th Street Station.
474 Valencia Street, Suite 295, San Francisco, CA 94103 37.765409 -122.422417 Other
Fees:Donation of $20 requested for consultation. Cash, checks, and credit cards accepted.
Audience:The Latino and all low-income communities
Eligibility:Low-income person in need of legal assistance
How to Apply:Call for an appointment.
Service Wait Estimate:Usually 1 week or less.
- Alameda County
- Contra Costa County
- Marin County
- San Francisco County
- San Mateo County
- Santa Clara County