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Legal Support

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Blue Ridge Legal Services is a nonprofit legal aid society providing free civil legal assistance to low-income residents of the Shenandoah Valley and Roanoke Valley of Virginia.


Central Virginia Legal Aid Society represents low income or elderly clients in civil cases and helps the low income and elderly community through preventive community legal education.


The Fairfax Law Foundation promotes equal justice for all in Fairfax County.  It pursues its commitment to creating a more just society by working towards equal access to the justice system and providing law-related education opportunities throughout the Fairfax County community.


Hunton Andrews and Kurth's satellite office in Richmond's historic Church Hill neighborhood that provides pro bono services to financially limited persons in the areas of family law, housing and real estate, and guardianships.


The Legal Aid Society of Eastern Virginia is a non-profit law firm with offices in Norfolk, Virignia Beach, Hampton, Williamsburg and Belle Haven, that provides representation in civil matters to the low-income residents of Hampton Roads.


The Legal Information Network for Cancer serves cancer patients across Central Virginia, including any patient receiving treatment through a Richmond area cancer care group or facility. Their mission is to help cancer patients and their families overcome legal and financial obstacles when they need it the most.

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The Virginia Bar Association is the independent voice of the Virginia lawyer, advancing the highest ideals of the profession through advocacy and volunteer service. The VBA is a voluntary membership organization created and supported by Virginia attorneys.


The Capital Area Immigrants’ Rights Coalition strives to ensure equal justice for all immigrant men, women, and children at risk of detention and deportation in the DC metropolitan area and beyond.


The Disability Law Center of Virginia services include information and referral, legal representation, technical assistance, short-term assistance, systemic advocacy, monitoring and training.  Their services are provided free of charge.  


Good Samaritan Advocates provides free legal guidance, advice, limited representation, and prayers and spiritual counsel free of charge to low-income and vulnerable neighbors through their clinics located throughout Northern Virginia and Montgomery County, Maryland. 


Just Neighbors provides high-quality immigration legal services to low-income immigrants, asylees and refugees in Washington, DC, Maryland, and Virginia; and, aims to build community among clients, staff, volunteers and the larger society through education, advocacy, and volunteerism.


The Legal Aid Society of Roanoke Valley is a non-profit organization that applies a full range of expert legal services to identify and resolve the most critical civil injustices facing low-income people.


Legal Services of Northern Virginia is the largest legal aid organization in Virginia, helping thousands of clients each year in civil legal matters. They partner closely with other legal aid organizations, state and local bar associations, as well as the courts to serve the region’s low-income and neediest populations.

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Virginia Legal Aid Society provides free civil legal services to eligible low-income residents in 20 counties and six cities in Central, Southside, and Western Tidewater Virginia. VLAS provides free information, advice, and representation in such areas as housing, healthcare, income and benefits, family issues, consumer, and education.

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The Center for Taxpayer Rights is a nonprofit organization dedicated to furthering taxpayer rights in the U.S. and internationally.  


Drive-To-Work assists low income or previously incarcerated persons to restore their driving privileges so they can drive to work and keep a job. 


The Greater Richmond Bar Foundation (GRBF) aims to expand access to Justice by mobilizing, training, and connecting attorneys to pro bono clients. 


The Legal Aid Justice Center partners with communities and clients to achieve justice by dismantling systems that create and perpetuate poverty.


Legal Aid Works is a non-profit organization that advocates for those with the least access to the civil justice system in the City of Fredericksburg and Counties of Stafford, Spotsylvania, King George, Caroline, Culpeper, Orange, Madison, Essex, Rappahannock, Fauquier, Westmoreland, Northumberland, Richmond County, Lancaster, King and Queen, and King William.

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The Southwest Virginia Legal Aid  provides legal assistance to clients with their most critical legal needs - access to shelter; access to affordable healthcare; protecting their income and resources; securing financial support and public benefits; and attacking oppressive or exploitative practices.


The Virginia Poverty Law Center is nonprofit organization committed to breaking down systemic barriers that keep low-income Virginians in the cycle of poverty through advocacy, education, and litigation.  VPLC advocates for legislation that benefits low-income Virginians and provides training to legal aid organizations throughout the Commonwealth.


Whitman Walker Health offers affirming community-based health and wellness services to all with a special expertise in LGBTQ and HIV care. Through multiple locations throughout DC, they provide stigma-free care to anyone who walks through their doors. 

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