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CLARK COUNTY VOLUNTEER LAWYERS PROGRAM
Advice clinics offer one-on-one appointments with a volunteer attorney for civil law matters only. Topics include family law (custody, visitation, divorce, guardianship, etc.), elder law, general law, debt/bankruptcy (Chapter 7 only), and wills/estates. Clinics are held weekly and monthly. Self-help materials and forms available as well.
1104 Main Street
Suite 1 Plaza Level
Vancouver, WA 98660
Eligibility: Must have legal issue in Clark County and be able to attend in-person appointment. Income limitations may apply to some programs. Most programs require that client be at or below 200% FPL.

Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-3pm
CLEAR Hotline: Monday-Friday 9:15am-12:15pm
DISABILITY RIGHTS OREGON
Provides advocacy and limited legal services to people with disabilities. DRO's individual advocacy focuses on providing callers with information and materials about their rights to help them advocate for themselves. Occasionally, Disability Rights Oregon will engage in litigation to protect the rights of Oregonians under applicable federal and state laws.

DRO DOES NOT provide the following services:
-Representation in criminal or family law matters
-Help finding employment, housing, or financial assistance
-Case management
-Assistance for short term disability issues
-Transportation to doctor's office
-Applying for or appealing denial of Social Security disability benefits
-Estates and trusts
-Becoming the guardian of a person with a disability
-Out-of-state issues
-Workers' compensation
-Medical malpractice or personal injury
-Consumer or bankruptcy issues
-Anything that is not the wish of the person with the disability
511 SW 10th Avenue
Suite 200
Portland, OR 97205
Eligibility: Individuals with disabilities who have legal issues related to their disabilities
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-noon and 1pm-5pm
LATINO COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION
FAMILY EMPOWERMENT
Works to strengthen families by increasing access to high
-priority services and opportunities, including:

-Information and referral to community resources, housing support, and advocacy
-Education support and advocacy, parent-school involvement, tutoring, and English classes
-Legal clinics
-Assistance with the citizenship process
-ITIN Renovation and Information
2680 NE Twin Knolls Drive
Suite 110
Bend, OR 97701
Eligibility: Unrestricted, but focus is on serving people who identify as Latino or Hispanic
Hours: Monday/Wednesday/Thursday 10am-5pm, Tuesday 10am-7pm
LATINO COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION
LATINO COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION REDMOND
FAMILY EMPOWERMENT
Works to strengthen families by increasing access to high
-priority services and opportunities, including:

-Information and referral to community resources, housing support, and advocacy
-Education support and advocacy, parent-school involvement, tutoring, and English classes
-Legal clinics
-Assistance with the citizenship process
-ITIN Renovation and Information
636 NW CEDAR Avenue
Redmond, OR 97756
Eligibility: Unrestricted, but focus is on serving people who identify as Latino or Hispanic
Hours: Monday 10am-7pm, Tuewsday/Wednesday/Thursday 10am-5pm or by appointment
LAVENDER RIGHTS PROJECT
LEGAL SERVICES
Offers free, affirming, supportive legal services. Legal services include free direct representation, consultations, and legal clinics for issues related to criminal law and more.
911 East Pike Street
Suite 314
Seattle, WA 98122
Eligibility: Transgender, Black, and Indigenous communities in Washington State with a focus on uplifting Black transgender women and femmes
Hours: Monday-Friday 11am-4pm
MID-WILLAMETTE VALLEY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY
DE MUNIZ RESOURCE CENTER
EX-OFFENDER RESOURCE PROGRAM
Resource Center for people transitioning from incarceration back to the community, who are currently on probation/parole supervision, or otherwise impacted by the criminal justice system. Weekly legal clinic where volunteers offer consultation on civil legal matters. Weekly assistance in applying for health insurance through Cover Oregon. They also provide classes and workshops for ex-offenders on topics such as parenting, personal finance, tenant readiness, and motivation. Provide consultation, information and referral specifically for persons and family members impacted by incarceration or involvement in the criminal justice system. A computer lab is available for computer tutoring, GED preparation, job search and other purposes.
3940 Aumsville Highway SE
Salem, OR 97317
Eligibility: Current or past involvement with criminal justice system. Preference given to those currently on parole supervision and recently released from incarceration.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm
NORTHWEST SEASONAL WORKERS ASSOCIATION
11 POINT BENEFIT PROGRAM
Provides emergency food and clothing, preventive medical care, limited non-emergency dental, legal advice, job referrals, advocacy, and information and referral. Services are prioritized for members. Volunteers are provided with organizational skills and advocacy methods.
203 N Oakdale Avenue
Medford, OR 97501
Eligibility: Seasonal and other low-income workers. Membership required. Services for members and their families are benefits of membership.
Hours: 7 days per week 9am-9pm, including holidays
YOUTH, RIGHTS & JUSTICE
FAMILY DEFENSE PROJECT
The Family Defense Project (FDP) works with parents whose children are at risk of entering the foster care system. Addresses legal and resource needs such as child custody, legal counseling, and restraining orders. Focus is to empower families, protect children, and prevent foster care placement.
1785 NE Sandy Boulevard
Suite 300
Portland, OR 97232
Eligibility: Must have an open ODHS case with risk of child removal
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm
YOUTH, RIGHTS & JUSTICE
SCHOOLWORKS PARENT ADVOCACY FOR STUDENT SUCCESS
Provides BIPOC parents and guardians with legal representation in school settings to ensure their children receive the school services and support. Also, provides community-based educational rights training (topics include but are not limited to student/ parent rights, discrimination, search and seizure in schools, and an overview of educational law) to parents and community partners to advocate for the students in their lives.
1785 NE Sandy Boulevard
Suite 300
Portland, OR 97232
Eligibility: -Ages Pre K-5th grade and who identify as BIPOC
-Need or receive special education services (IEP or 504) and have unique cultural considerations regarding placement or services
-Currently facing school disciplinary issues, need alternative educational placement, behind academically
Training: Unrestricted, with a focus on BIPOC parents and guardians
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm; training session times will vary
DISABILITY RIGHTS OREGON
DISABILITY RIGHTS OREGON
LATINO COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION
FAMILY EMPOWERMENT
LATINO COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION
FAMILY EMPOWERMENT
MID-WILLAMETTE VALLEY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY
EX-OFFENDER RESOURCE PROGRAM
NORTHWEST SEASONAL WORKERS ASSOCIATION
11 POINT BENEFIT PROGRAM
YOUTH, RIGHTS & JUSTICE
FAMILY DEFENSE PROJECT