The AIDS Legal Referral Panel (ALRP) provides legal services to people who have HIV/AIDS.
AIDS Legal Referral Panel: Civil Legal Services
The AIDS Legal Referral Panel (ALRP) is able to serve some clients with its own in-house lawyers, and for issues it cannot help with, it will help clients find a private attorney from its panels of attorneys. If you are eligible for their services, it is a good place to try.
Bar Association with some public-serving programs.
Alameda County Bar Association: Lawyer Referral Service
This is the Bar Association’s intake line that connects callers to private lawyers. Private attorney referrals are usually most applicable for low-income populations when there is no non-profit help available, or for cases where there might be funds recovered to pay an attorney (personal injury, a lawsuit against someone to recover funds for some kind of damage, SSI/SSDI, insurance cases, etc.).
One-stop center for families experiencing domestic violence.
Alameda County Family Justice Center: Legal Advice Clinic
The Family Justice Center is a one-stop center for families experiencing domestic violence. The Legal Advice Clinic covers numerous issues, including family law, divorce, landlord / tenant, and probate. The immigration clinic focuses on U-Visas and VAWA petitions for survivors.
Providing dependency representation for parents in Alameda County
All for the Family Legal Clinic, Inc.: Legal Services
All for the Family Legal Clinic, Inc. is a nonprofit that provides legal services on a sliding scale ($50-$150 per hour) to low-income and moderate means communities. They help with a range of legal issues like family law, immigration, and estate planning. Residents of Solano and Stanlislaus Counties can only receive consultation services for probate of estates.
AROC does community organizing through leadership development, political education, and campaigns that challenge militarism, repression and racism.
Provides legal assistance, legal advocacy, and community education to Asian/Pacific and low income people.
APILO provides legal services focused on the API community.
Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach: Legal Services
APILO provides an array of services and is more likely to help clients with multiple issues (such as family law, immigration, and benefits). APILO’s services are not limited to the API community, although they are a good referral for the API community and Asian language speakers.