If you need help with a legal issue or case, please do not visit our office. For general questions, please call our intake line at 323-939-0506 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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For housing and eviction issues, click here to access Stay Housed LA. If you live in West Hollywood, click here to make an appointment. For Beverly Hills residents, please call: 323-939-0506, ext. 499.
The Workers’ Rights Clinic has a new phone number: Call us & leave a voicemail at 323-648-4767.
La Clinica De Derechos De Los Trabajadores tiene un nuevo número de teléfono: Llamenos y deje un mensaje de voz al 323.648.4767.
Over 50,000 people in Los Angeles County are homeless and, at present, the County needs an additional half-million affordable rental homes to meet current demand. In the summer of 2018, Bet Tzedek signed on to lead SPA 5 services for the Legal Services Preventing and Ending Homelessness Collaborative, a consortium of the region’s top public interest law firms addressing the homelessness crisis through on-the-ground legal aid.
The Red Cross estimates that there are approximately 250,000 U.S. citizen children of undocumented parents living in Los Angeles County. Bet Tzedek is committed to helping families prepare for the aftermath of a child having one or both of his/her parents removed from the United States. Please click here if you are interested in volunteering for this program.
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At the LA LGBT Center, Bet Tzedek’s Transgender Medical-Legal Partnership provides Legal Name/Gender Marker Change Clinics, and assistance with health insurance and benefits denials, discrimination, evictions, and shelter denials.
If you are seeking assistance with the recognition of a changed gender marker and/or are seeking to change your legal name to conform to your gender identity, please register for our free virtual clinic here.
Bet Tzedek helps unaccompanied child immigrants stabilize their lives and resolve their uncertain legal status. By identifying and securing legal guardianship for these vulnerable children, the program ensures their physical and emotional well-being. Bet tzedek is leading this national effort, training pro bono volunteers in these special proceedings and guiding state legislatures in the policy changes necessary to respond to this emerging issue.
If you are an advocate seeking Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS) findings or are representing a client seeking a specific form of guardianship following parental deportation, please click here for additional information.
Los Angeles, Riverside and San Bernadino Counties
2 new guardianship calls per day
Over 450 volunteers and pro bono attorneys trained