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    Programs that provide legal counseling and/or representation for low-income individuals who need assistance in routine legal matters, usually in the area of bankruptcy, housing, public benefits, family law, elder law or immigration/naturalization.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Legal/Court ServicesThe Family Justice Services program provides legal assistance and information, conflict resolution services, advocacy, and educational programming to individuals and their families. The Center believes that these individuals and families, once equipped with the appropriate tools and information, can become powerful advocates for themselves and their communities. AlbanyFAMILY JUSTICE SERVICES (FJS)CENTER FOR LAW AND JUSTICE
    Legal/Court ServicesThrough a grant from the New York State Department of Health, the Health Law Clinic of Albany Law School is funded to assist persons living with cancer, or their families, with various civil legal issues arising from their condition. These issues include, but are not limited to, permanency planning for children, social security benefit issues, access to health care, public assistance, housing, education, advance directives and discrimination issues.AlbanyHEALTH LAW CLINIC - CANCERALBANY LAW CLINIC AND JUSTICE CENTER
    Legal/Court ServicesThrough a grant from the New York State Department of Health, the Health Law Clinic of Albany Law School is funded to assist persons living with HIV/AIDS, or their families, with various civil legal issues arising from their condition. These issues include, but are not limited to: permanency planning for children, social security benefit issues, access to health care, public assistance, housing, education, advance directives and discrimination issues.AlbanyHEALTH LAW CLINIC - HIV/AIDSALBANY LAW CLINIC AND JUSTICE CENTER
    Legal/Court ServicesThe lawyer referral and Information service offers general legal aid and legal counseling. Provide referrals to non-profits and civil legal service organization for low-income individuals seeking civil legal advise and/or representation. Free Legal Answers is a virtual online legal advice clinic. Qualifying users post their civil legal question to their state's website. Users will then be emailed when their question receives a response. Volunteer attorneys will not answer criminal law questions.AlbanyLAWYER REFERRAL AND INFORMATION SERVICENEW YORK STATE BAR ASSOCIATION (NYSBA)
    Legal/Court ServicesLegal Aid provides the elderly with assistance and referral for legal advice and/or representation. SchoharieLEGAL AIDSCHOHARIE COUNTY OFFICE FOR THE AGING
    Legal/Court ServicesRensselaer Unified Family Services will assist seniors with legal advice and representation. RensselaerLEGAL ASSISTANCERENSSELAER COUNTY UNIFIED FAMILY SERVICES
    Legal/Court ServicesThe Warren-Hamilton County Office for Aging provides assistance with non-fee generating legal problems. WarrenLEGAL ASSISTANCEWARREN HAMILTON COUNTIES OFFICE FOR THE AGING
    Legal/Court ServicesBethesda House Case Management Homeless Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program has access to an attorney through the Legal Aid Society to assist clients with housing, benefits, eviction and other civil legal matters.SchenectadyLEGAL CLINICBETHESDA HOUSE OF SCHENECTADY
    Legal/Court ServicesThe Legal Project, in collaboration with the YWCA, offers free legal counseling on issues such as divorce, custody, credit problems, civil rights, domestic violence, wills, etc. SchenectadyLEGAL CLINICYWCA NORTHEASTERN NY
    Legal/Court ServicesProvide legal representation to low income residents who are ineligible for representation by local, federally-funded legal services programs because of alien or other restrictions. Offers representation in civil legal matters including housing, immigration, public assistance and discrimination.AlbanyLEGAL SERVICESEMPIRE JUSTICE CENTER
    Legal/Court ServicesLegal Services for persons age 60 and older through a contract between the county and a private attorney.GreeneLEGAL SERVICESGREENE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
    Legal/Court ServicesProvides free legal counseling and representation for low-income individuals who need assistance in civil cases, which includes, government benefits, unemployment insurance, disability, health care, housing, family law matters, consumer problems, children's legal issues and immigration matters.AlbanyLEGAL SERVICESLEGAL AID SOCIETY OF NORTHEASTERN NEW YORK
    Legal/Court ServicesLegal advice and document drafting is available to seniors through a contract with a private attorney.SaratogaLEGAL SERVICESSARATOGA COUNTY OFFICE FOR THE AGING
    Legal/Court ServicesTYPES OF MEDIATION: Agriculture: Loans or debts, right to farm/neighbor complaints, labor problems, landlord/tenant disputes Community: Neighborhood, family/financial conflicts, pre-divorce and small claims Harm Reduction: Exploring and reducing the harmful impact of actions and emotions for both victims and offenders Schools: Special Education, Attendance, Alternatives to Suspension/Re-entry, and Restorative Circle Groups for students, teachers, administration and teams Restorative Circle Facilitation (schools, community groups, organizations & families): Allowing all members to speak and be heard in resolving issues and building community Family: Parenting Plans and Custody & Visitation Agreements Workplace: Employee disagreements/conflicts, deteriorating performance, and sexual harassment Arbitration: Lemon Law Arbitration ClintonMEDIATION & RESTORATIVE JUSTICE SERVICESRURAL LAW CENTER OF NEW YORK
    Legal ServicesThe Fulton County Office for Aging provides county residents age 60 and older with free legal advice and representation pertaining to, but not limited to: Medicare and Medicaid, Social Security and Supplemental Security Income, landlord/tenant relations, consumer complaints, hospital patient rights, adult and nursing home residents' rights, other entitlements and benefits, powers of attorney, health care proxies, and living wills.FultonLEGAL SERVICESFULTON COUNTY OFFICE FOR AGING

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