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Name: BASTA, Inc.

Phone: (213) 736 – 5050

Address: 1545 Wilshire Blvd Suite 600 Los Angeles, CA 90017

Hours: M-F 9:30-7

Services: BASTA, Inc. is Southern California’s largest and non-profit organization dedicated to tenants’ rights. BASTA’s services include homelessness prevention in the form of aggressive representation of tenants, both inside and outside of the courtroom. We also seek to eradicate slum housing conditions by working with other non-profit organizations, advocacy groups, and Los Angeles’ Housing Department in order to bring buildings up to code and make them habitable to live in. BASTA only represents tenants (not landlords) and provides free legal advice and free consultations, but provides legal services for those facing eviction or bringing an affirmative lawsuit against the landlord.

Link: [email protected]

Name: Bet Tzedek Legal Services

Phone: (323) 939 – 0506

Address:3250 Wilshire Blvd. 13th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90010

Hours: M-F 9-5

Services: Bet Tzedek provides legal assistance through one-on-one consultations, by appointment, at our office and intake locations. Our project areas include employment rights, family caregiver rights, consumer protection, real estate fraud & foreclosure prevention, holocaust reparations, kinship care and special immigrant juvenile status, self-help conservatorship clinic, low-income tax advocacy, public benefits, and cancer MLP


Name: Center for Healthcare Rights

Phone: (800) 824 – 0780

Email: [email protected]

Address: 520 South Lafayette Park Place Suite 214 Los Angeles, CA 90057

Services: The Center for Health Care Rights (CHCR) is a California-based non-profit organization dedicated to assuring consumer access to quality health care through information, counseling, education, advocacy, and research programs. Since 1984, CHCR has provided a full range of free Medicare advocacy services, including education counseling, legal assistance, and assistance with Medicare, Medi-Cal and other health insurance benefits to Los Angeles County residents. 


Name: Coalition for Humane Immigration Rights of Los Angeles

Phone: (888) 624 – 4752

Email: [email protected]

Address: 2533 West 3rd St Suite 101 Los Angeles, CA 90057

Services: CHIRLA provides a variety of immigration legal services at low cost to the community, including naturalization, DACA renewal, family petitions, asylum requests, and deportation defense.We do not make appointments by phone. Prospective clients have to come to our weekly legal clinics, held on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, to receive a one-hour consultation. The clinics open at 8 a.m., and it’s necessary to wait in line. Each clinic has a limited number of appointments, so it helps to arrive early.


Name: Disability Rights California- Los Angeles

Phone: (800) 776 – 5746

Email: [email protected]

Address: 1001 Wilshire Blvd Suite 100 – #3201 Los Angeles, CA 90017

Hours: M-F 9-5

Services: DRC’s Legal Advocacy Unit (LAU) provides free legal advice to Californians with disabilities in several civil legal areas of law: Civil rights; Education; Employment; Healthcare/Home & Community-Based Services; Housing; Voting.  DRC’s LAU work includes: Information and Referral, Investigation of Abuse and Neglect, Legal Representation & Rights Protection, Education & Outreach, and Public Policy Advocacy.


Name: Harriett Buhai Center for Family Law 

Phone: (213) 388 – 7515

Address: 3250 Wilshire Blvd Suite 710 Los Angeles, CA 90010

Hours:  M-Th 1:30-4:30

Services: The Harriett Buhai Center protects victims of domestic violence and improves the well-being of children living in poverty. The only way to get help is to call first for an appointment at (213) 388 – 7515. Call center hours are Monday to Thursday, 1:30pm – 4:30pm. Clients must be able to come to our Center for an appointment and bring with them proof of income, proof of Los Angeles County residency, and any papers already filed in his or her family law case. Expect your appointment to last all day. Please arrange outside child care before your appointment.


Name: Human Rights Project

Phone: (213) 680 – 7801

Address: 201 S. Santa Fe Ave #101 Los Angeles, CA 90012

Services: Human Rights Project provides assistance and protects the rights of immigrants and refugees who have been the victims of torture and violence. In recent times, Human Rights Project has expanded its role to encompass women’s and children’s rights.


Name: Inner City Law Center

Phone: (213) 891-2880

Email: [email protected]

Address: 1309 East 7th Street Los Angeles, CA 90021

Hours: M-F 9-5

Services: Inner City Law Center (ICLC) is a nonprofit law firm serving Los Angeles County. ICLC provides legal representation and advocacy to homeless and low-income clients focuses on combating slum housing, preventing homelessness, and aiding homeless veterans. ICLC is the only full-time provider of legal services on Skid Row and is widely recognized for its expertise in housing and homelessness issues as well as serving veterans and people living with HIV/AIDS.


Name: Learning Rights Law Center

Phone: (213) 489 – 4030

Email: [email protected] 

Address: 1625 W. Olympic Blvd Suite 500 Los Angeles, CA 90015

Hours: M-F 9-5

Services: This organization aims to fight for a child’s right to education. They provide free and low-cost legal representation, advice, advocacy and training to children, their families and communities who, as a consequence of disability or discrimination, have been denied equal access to a public education. To qualify for legal services with Learning Rights Law Center, families have to qualify as low income under the Federal Low Income Guidelines.


Name: Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles: East LA Office

Phone: 800-399-4529


East LA Address: 5228 Whittier Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90022

South LA Address: 7000 S. Broadway Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90003

Hours: M-F 9-5

Services: LAFLA’s more than 120 staff provide a comprehensive range of free legal assistance including defending against unjust evictions, obtaining orders of protection, custody of children and key immigration relief to stabilize vulnerable families, obtaining critical government benefits and medical care, fighting wrongful terminations and wage theft, protecting Veterans and their families, and helping to access and maintain affordable housing. 


Name: Los Angeles Center for Law and Justice

Phone: 323-980-3500

Email: [email protected]

Address: 5301 Whittier Blvd 4th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90023

Services: LACLJ secures justice for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault and empowers them to create their own future. LACLJ provides free legal services to low income survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, and primarily provides family law and immigration legal services. All services are free to survivors who qualify. LACLJ’s family law services include advice, document preparation and court representation in custody cases and family law restraining order cases.  Immigration services available include advice, document preparation and representation in VAWA, and U Visa.Clients should bring proof of picture identification (current and valid), proof of residence address (less than 90 days old), proof of income (less than 90 days old) for each member of the household, and all documents relevant to the legal case.All potential clients must call our intake line for eligibility screening for all programs offered by LACLJ. Initial consultations are scheduled by appointment only. LACLJ staff conduct all intake appointments in-person, and are unable to conduct phone or email consultations.Intake appointments are generally scheduled at LACLJ’s main office (1241 South Soto Street, Suite 102, Los Angeles, CA 90023), or at a partner agency as needed.


Name: Mental Health Advocacy Services 

Phone: (213) 389 – 2077

Email: [email protected]

Address: 3255 Wilshire Blvd Suite 902 Los Angeles, CA 90010

Hours: M-F 9-4

Services: Mental Health Advocacy Services (MHAS) provides legal services to people with mental disabilities. Household income limit is 125% of federal poverty level.


Name: Public Counsel Women and Girls’ Rights Project

Phone: (213) 385-2977

Address: 610 South Ardmore Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90005

Services: Public Counsel’s Audrey Irmas Project for Women and Girls’ Rights provides free legal services to low-income, cis- and transgender women, girls, and non-binary individuals in LA County relating to discrimination, sexual harassment/assault, pregnancy/parenting, and other gender justice issues at work and school.


Name: Public Counsel Education Rights Project

Phone: (213) 385 – 2977 ext. 500

Address: 610 S Ardmore Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90005

Hours: M-W 9-5:30

Services: Public Counsel’s Education Rights Project focuses on K-12 issues relating to school discipline, special education and English language learners. Clients seeking assistance with K-12 education legal issues must leave a message on Public Counsel’s Children’s Rights Project general intake line (213) 385 – 2977 ext. 500 on Mondays, Tuesdays or Wednesdays only.


Name: Public Counsel Center for Veterans’ Advancement

Phone: (213) 385 – 2977 ext. 301 and ext. 302

Address: 610 S. Ardmore Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90005

Services: Public Counsel’s Center for Veterans Advancement, a national leader in veteran’s advocacy, provides direct representation, or representation through pro bono partners, to veterans and their families.


Name: Public Counsel Community Development Project

Phone: (213) 385-2977

Address:  610 South Ardmore Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90005

Services: The Public Counsel’s Community Development Project aims to provide pro bono legal services to a wide range of organizations, including community-led organizing and advocacy groups, child care providers, small businesses and micro-entrepreneurs, and nonprofits that serve low-income communities in the Los Angeles region, including health care clinics, economic development organizations, neighborhood-based CDCs, and affordable and supportive housing developers.