Legal Aid Organizations in Philadelphia
We are often limited in the work we can do for clients. There are several other great legal aid organizations in Philadelphia.
Catholic Social Services222 North 17th Street3rd FloorPhiladelphia, PA firstname.lastname@example.org
Services include adoption and immigration assistance.
Community Legal Services, Inc.1424 Chestnut StreetPhiladelphia, PA 19102215-981-3700clsphila.org
Services include foreclosure defense, landlord-tenant issues, and consumer bankruptcy. Community Legal Services also conducts community education.
Consumer Bankruptcy Assistance Project718 Arch StreetSuite 200NPhiladelphia, PA email@example.com/html/consumer_bankruptcy_assistance.html
Pro bono lawyers provide bankruptcy assistance.
Defender Association of Philadelphia1441 Sansom StreetPhiladelphia, PA 19102215-568-3190philadefender.org
The Defender Association of Philadelphia represents about 70% of all persons arrested in Philadelphia. The courts determine standards of indigence and make all counsel appointments for the Association.
Education Law CenterThe Philadelphia Building 1315 Walnut Street, 4th Fl Philadelphia, PA 19107 215-238-6970elc-pa.org
This nonprofit legal advocacy group protects the rights of children in gaining an education.
Face to Face Legal center109 East Price Street
Philadelphia, PA 19144Office: (215) 849-0179Dining Room: (215) 438-7939 facetofacegermantown.org
The Face to Face Legal Center protects the human, civil and legal rights of low-income and homeless individuals. The center is staffed by volunteer attorneys and law students and provides a full range of legal services from consumer to public benefits.
HIAS PennsylvaniaJewish Community Services Building2100 Arch Street3rd FloorPhiladelphia, PA 19103215-832-0900hiaspa.org
Services include legal aid for low-income and at-risk immigrants and refugees.
Homeless Advocacy Project1429 Walnut Street15th FloorPhiladelphia, PA 19102215-523-9595 firstname.lastname@example.org
Services focus on free civil legal services for homeless families and individuals.
Juvenile Law Center1315 Walnut Street4th FloorPhiladelphia, PA 19107215-625-0551jlc.org
Services involve advocacy for children in child welfare and justice systems.
Legal Clinic for the Disabled1513 Race StreetPhiladelphia, PA email@example.com
This clinic provides legal services for low-income people with disabilities. Phone intake hours are every Wednesday from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Criminal or personal injury legal services are not available.
Lutheran Children and Family Service5401 Rising Sun AvenuePhiladelphia, PA 19120215-456-5700 lcfsinpa.org
The social services offered involve adoption, foster care, immigration needs, and more.
Nationalities Services Center1216 Arch Street4th FloorPhiladelphia, PA firstname.lastname@example.org
The center provides legal services for immigrants. There is a $40.00 fee for initial walk-in consultations.
Office of Housing and Community Development1234 Market St, 17th FloorPhiladelphia, PA email@example.com/dhcd
Services include financial assistance for first-time home buyers, housing counseling services, and home repair services.
Pennsylvania Health Law ProjectCorn Exchange Building123 Chestnut Street Suite 400Philadelphia, PA 19106Office: 215-625-3990 Helpline: firstname.lastname@example.org
Services help Pennsylvanians overcome barriers to access health care coverage.
Philadelphia Housing Authority12 South 23rd StPhiladelphia, PA email@example.com
Services focus on public housing needs.
Pennsylvania Innocence ProjectAt Temple University Beasley School of Law1515 Market Street, 3rd FloorPhiladelphia, PA firstname.lastname@example.org
Services address wrongful convictions.
Philadelphia Bar Association1101 Market Street11th FloorPhiladelphia, PA 19107Office: 215-238-6300Lawyer Referral and Information Services:email@example.com
The Philadelphia Bar Association's Lawyer Referral and Information Service (LRIS) answers more than 60,000 phone calls each year. The LRIS answers basic legal questions and refers callers to attorneys when appropriate. A private attorney referred to by the LRIS will charge a $25.00 first-hour consultation fee.
Philadelphia Legal AssistanceThe Cast Iron Building718 Arch Street, Suite 300NPhiladelphia, PA 19106215-981-3800philalegal.org
The Philadelphia Legal Assistance offers legal services for low-income individuals. Their focus is on family law, public benefits, and consumer housing.
Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia1709 Benjamin Franklin ParkwayPhiladelphia, PA firstname.lastname@example.org
Services include representation for people with disabilities, racial and ethnic minorities, low-income individuals, and formerly incarcerated individuals.
Regional Housing Legal Services2 South Easton RoadGlenside, PA 19038215-572-7300 rhls.org
Nonprofit law firm provides expertise in affordable housing and utility matters.
SeniorLAW CenterTwo Penn Center1500 JFK Boulevard, Suite 1501Philadelphia, PA 19102215-988-1244seniorlawcenter.org
Services include legal rights protection for the elderly.
Support Center for Child Advocates1617 JFK Blvd.Suite 1200Philadelphia, PA 19103267-546-9200sccalaw.org
The center provides free legal services for abused and neglected children in Philadelphia County.
Volunteers for the Indigent Program1500 Walnut StreetSuite 400Philadelphia, PA 19102215-523-9550 phillyvip.org
The Philadelphia Volunteers for the Indigent Program (VIP) provides indigent people access to the legal system in civil matters by referring them to volunteer lawyers and other legal professionals.
Welcoming Center for New PennsylvaniansOne Penn Center1617 JFK BoulevardSuite 555Philadelphia, PA email@example.com
The center offers a free legal clinic for immigrants on the second Tuesday of each month from 3:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Women Against Abuse100 South Broad StreetSuite 1341Philadelphia, PA 19110Office: 215-386-1280Free 24-hour hotline: 1-866-723-3014womenagainstabuse.org
Services include free legal service for men and women facing relationship violence-based legal issues, concentrating on protection from abuse, support, and custody.