Description:Provides legal representation for the indigent community in civil matters including domestic violence, housing law and individual rights, fair housing, landlord-tenant mediation and immigration. Self-help clinics are offered for those facing evictions. Provides information on tenant-landlord rental rights and responsibilities, subsidized housing, homeless issues and affordable housing, mediation of disputes, and mortgage and foreclosure matters. Also advises and assists in document preparation in immigration cases involving adjustment of status, family reunification, citizenship, work permits and political asylum. Fair Housing Project investigates claims of housing discrimination and will conciliate and/or litigate claims. Recruits and trains volunteer testers to investigate claims.
Public Transit:VTA, Light Rail stop within 1 block.
480 North 1st Street, San Jose, CA 95112 37.3444606 -121.8965265 Human Services
Fees:None for some services. Vary according to income for others.
Audience:Spanish-speaking clients, low-income persons, families and youth
Eligibility:Low or moderate income
How to Apply:Walk in or apply by phone.
Service Wait Estimate:Varies.
- Santa Clara County