Homelessness Prevention

Public Counsel's Homelessness Prevention Law Project strives to reduce the number of homeless individuals in our community by focusing on the needs of populations that are at high risk of becoming chronically homeless. The project provides representation to individuals or families and offers regular clinics. Read More

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Stanley Mosk Courthouse
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Homeless Court
  • Toberman Legal Clinic Public Counsel's legal clinic at the Toberman Family Source Center provides general intake concerning a broad array of legal issues including consumer scams, landlord-tenant, government benefits and immigration issues. This clinic serves clients of the Toberman Family Source Center.
  • Public Counsel CARES: Connecting Angelenos to Resources and Essential Services Public Counsel CARES, formerly known as the General Relief Advocacy Project (GRAP), is a legal advocacy project that takes place in the LA County Department of Public Social Services (DPSS) welfare offices. Through the project, volunteer attorneys and students assist impoverished, hungry, and homeless clients with emergency shelter, food, health, transportation, and other social service needs.
  • Homeless Youth Legal Clinic at My Friend's Place Public Counsel's homeless youth legal clinic at My Friend's Place provides a broad range of free legal services and educational workshops for homeless and runaway youth.
  • All Saints Legal Clinic - Next Clinic May 2 Legal clinic open to all individuals and community members who need legal assistance, but lack the resources to hire an attorney. Attendees can get assistance with Housing, Public Benefits, Family Law, Expungements, Bankruptcy/Consumer Debt, and Other Issues.
  • CalFresh (formerly known as Food Stamps) Want to get more food for you and your family? CalFresh can help put food on the table. You may qualify to receive CalFresh benefits, which can help stretch a tight food budget to keep you and your family well-fed and healthy.