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The Legal Aid Society 212-577-3300; Legal Services NYC 917-661-4500; New York Legal Assistance Group 212-613-5000; Urban Justice Center 646-602-5600; If you need a referral to a lawyer and you are not eligible for free legal services, contact the New York City Bar Association Legal Referral Service at 212-626-7373.
Are you facing eviction in Housing Court or are you facing foreclosure in Supreme Court? Are you facing eviction in NYCHA housing, or trying to sue for repairs? Do you need help on other housing issues? Are you homeless? You may be eligible for free legal assistance.
Every week, Greater Boston Legal Services (GBLS) provides free legal assistance and representation on civil (noncriminal) matters to hundreds of the neediest residents in the city of Boston and 31 surrounding cities and towns.
Each year BayLegal helps low-income tenants obtain or remain in safe, affordable housing. We provide legal assistance in the following housing law-related areas: Public, subsidized (including Section 8 and other HUD subsidized projects) and private housing; Fair housing and housing discrimination; Housing conditions; Rent control; Eviction defense
The housing section of MassLegalHelp has lots of information about tenants' rights in Massachusetts. You will find self-help forms, sample letters, booklets, handbooks, and frequently asked questions.
Manuel, a Gulf War-era Navy veteran, initially came to LAFLA for help with his student loans. He owed nearly $40,000; and as a single father on Social Security Disability Insurance benefits, he simply couldn't afford to make student loan payments. At LAFLA, we are proud to serve low-income Veterans and their families through our Veterans Justice Center (VJC).