People received legal advice and representation to access health care and the crucial benefits of the safety net. BayLegal`s thanks go to Napa County Women Lawyers (NCWL), which today launched an online fundraising site in support of Bay Area Legal Aid. For many years, NCWL and its members have provided community partnership, voluntary support, advocacy, and fundraising support for legal services in Napa County, initially in partnership with Legal Aid of Napa. BayLegal`s mission is to provide meaningful access to the civil justice system through high-quality legal advice, regardless of a client`s location, language or disability. The information contained on this website is provided for general information purposes only and does not imply the express endorsement by the Attorney General`s Office of the provider or services it offers. Information is provided by “government and not-for-profit organizations” and submissions are reviewed to ensure they are appropriate. Although we strive to keep the information current and accurate, we make no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, as to the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability of the information and / or services offered by the providers in this directory. Victims of violence and their children have escaped intimate partner abuse and received more than $5 million in current and future support contracts. Bay Area Legal Services helped more than 1,500 veterans and their families in 2021. We help thousands of low-income residents of the San Francisco Bay Area lead safer, healthier and more stable lives. Bay Area Legal Services, Inc.
Bay Area Legal Services, Inc. Congratulations to Andrea Crider, BayLegal`s Senior Staff Attorney, and her client who have just secured a $48,000 traffic debt through BayLegal`s representation in the Contra Costa County Homeless Court. Andrea reports that during a broad plea in the Homelessness and Traffic Court, this is the largest amount of debt she owes to . Today`s verdict in Kyle Rittenhouse`s trial echoes an all-too-familiar pattern in which paramilitary violence against blacks fighting for liberation and their allies operates with state sanctions. At Bay Area Legal Aid, we firmly believe that whatever the outcome of this case, non-state racial terror is not. This success is only possible with your support. Donate today Clients and their children have found resources and representation to advocate against discrimination and eviction.