Our entry line (877) 574-8529 is available from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Thursday and 8am to 4pm on Fridays, or you can request services online here. Low-income individuals who require services from Hudson Valley Legal Services. (See also “Cases We Handle,” lshv.org/cases-we-handle/.) Bronx AIDS Services Legal Advocacy Program 540 East Fordham RdBronx, NY 10458Civil Rights and Health Care We provide assistance in the basic necessities of life, including: housing, foreclosure, domestic violence, public benefits, disability and consumers. In addition, in some counties, we have several specialized units for veterans, victims of domestic violence, LGBTQ people, people with AIDS/HIV, the elderly, children, and people receiving or seeking Medicaid long-term care services. Committed to supporting, defending and legal representation for low-income people in the boroughs of Westchester, Putnam and Dutchess. Housing services, rights of the elderly, disabilities, social benefits, Special Education Act, domestic violence, etc. Did you receive 14 days` notice? Is it a rent claim or an eviction notice? What do you do next? Read our guide to help you navigate the legal system. Hudson Valley Legal Services` commitment to racial justice has always been a common thread running through our work. The pressure on our country and the world due to COVID-19 seems relentless. Add to that the pain of the last few weeks since the blatant murder of George Floyd and countless other black and brown people, and too many people in our communities are suffering and traumatic.
As a legal service provider, we fight for equal justice for all. LSHV remains steadfast in its anti-racist commitment as we actively work for justice by providing services to those in need, regardless of race, religion, sexual orientation or gender. We will continue to work in our communities and with our partners to reduce the injustices of systemic racism. We hope you will join us as we continue this fight. When a crisis occurs and people who cannot afford a lawyer face legal problems due to job loss, illness or unfair denial of benefits, they often don`t know where to turn or where to get legal advice. These people often get lost in the justice system, thwarted by unknown procedures and confusing processes and documents. The chances of success are greatly increased if you have a lawyer by your side. We are proud of the positive results we can achieve for our customers. An emergency may include a 14-day eviction notice and a warrant from a marshal or sheriff, homelessness, lack of domestic food, or the closure of a public utility. Immigration Advocacy Services (718) 956-821836-16 Astoria BlvdSouth Astoria, NY 11103Catholic Consumer and Immigration Charities Community Services Immigration and Refugee Services (888) 744-79001910 Monterey AvenueBronx, NY 10457Immigration Neighborhood Association for Intercultural Affairs (718) 538-3344Bronx, NY 10452Real Estate African Services Committee (212) 222-3882429 West 127th StreetNew York, NY 10027Bankruptcy, Civil Liberties, Employment and Estate Planning Korean-American Family Service Center (718) 460-3801PO Box 541429Flushing, NY 11354Domestic violence. In case of emergency, call 1-877-574-8529 and follow the instructions on the emergency menu.
Find White Plains Legal & Pro Bono Services by Practice Area Goddard-Riverside Community Center West Side SRO Law Project (212) 799-963851 West 109th StreetNew York, NY 10025Real Estate 1 Corwin Court, Suite 102Newburgh, NY 12550(845) 569-9110 Spring Valley Suite 7A Perlman Drive Spring Valley, NY 10977 For all other requests, please use the form on this page. The responsible employee will contact you as soon as possible. Peekskill 1 Park Place, 3rd FL Peekskill, NY 10566 (914) 949-1305 x159. Worker Justice Center of New York (845) 331-66159 Main StreetKingston, NY 12401Civil Liberties, Employment and Immigration 502 Airport Executive ParkNanuet, NY 10954 (845) 476-3831 For a list of locations and phone numbers www.lshv.org/contact/our-offices/ 30 South Broadway, 6th FloorYonkers, NY 10701 (914) 376-3757 WestCOP Taxpayer Education Services (914) 592-56002 Westchester PlazaElmsford, NY 10523Tax Northern Westchester Shelter (888) 438-8700PO Box 203Pleasantville, NY 10570Domestic Violence Pro Bono Partnership (914) 328-0674237 Mamaroneck AvWhite Plains, NY 10605Economy, Employment, Intellectual Property and Municipal In 2020, we processed 12,142 cases and reached 27,380 people across all areas of activity. Watch five of these people talk about their experiences with SVSH. WHITE PLAINS 90 Maple AvenueWhite Plains, NY 10601(914) 949-1305 [Company]: , 1 North Broadway, 9th Floor, , , , White Plains, NY, 10601 Minority Task Force on AIDS 317 Lenox Ave., 10th fl., New York, NY 10027Health Care FOR HELP: 1-877-574-8529 8am-6pm Monday-Thursday, 8am-4pm Friday CHILDCARE HOTLINE: 1-844-949-1305 13:30-16:30 Tuesday & Thursday Generally up to 200% of the poverty line, With few exceptions, income can exceed 200% of the poverty line for some people in our veterans` units, LGBTQ, seniors, HIV, breast cancer, domestic violence, foreclosure, and long-term care Medicaid. Mount Vernon 100 East First St., Suite 810 Mount Vernon, NY 10550 (914) 813-6880 New walk-in from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The Westchester County Legal Aid Society offers career opportunities for lawyers, social workers, investigators and human resources. LASW also offers people the opportunity to join our administrative staff as well as internships.
Hudson Valley Legal Services is dedicated to working with skilled low-income individuals and families who could not turn to help anywhere else. We determine who is financially eligible to receive our support using federal guidelines and specific eligibility criteria established by grants. Monticello Office (appointment recommended) 309 E. Broadway Monticello, NY 12701.