Legal Resource Center

Organization Details

Address:
1012 14th Street, NW ,
Washington,
DC,
20005
Phone
(202) 706-7150 (Office)
Email:
helpline@apalrc.org
Program uses Language Line (Y/N)
Yes
Program staff provide services in other lanuages
Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, South Asian
Office days/hours
M-F 9-5
Intake days/hours (walk-in)
Monday 1-4
Intake days/hours (by phone)
M-F 9-5
Program Description

Provides linguistically accessible and culturally appropriate legal assistance to low income Asian Pacific Americans who, because of language and cultural barriers, have difficulties accessing mainstream legal services. if you have a legal problem and cannot afford a lawyer, come to APALRC's office during the above intake hours or call the Multilingual Legal Helpline at 202-393-3572.

Languages: English, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, South Asian

Domestic violence, peace and protective orders
Brief advice/Help with forms/Clinics
Employment Discrimination
Brief advice/Help with forms/Clinics
Employment Law
Brief advice/Help with forms/Clinics
Family Law
Brief advice/Help with forms/Clinics
General Civil Legal Services
Brief advice/Help with forms/Clinics
Immigration
Brief advice/Help with forms/Clinics
Landlord and tenant conflicts
Brief advice/Help with forms/Clinics
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