Directory of legal aid service providers in Oregon. Search alphabetically or by county.
You can contact the Oregon State Bar's Lawyer Referral Service for help in finding a lawyer in your area. Includes the "Modest Means" program.
211info is a service of United Way, and has free information about more than 7,000 health, community, and social services and is available in every county in Oregon.
Spanish-language guide to government resources.
OCDC's Migrant Head Start program offers high quality comprehensive early childhood development programs. The Coalition also provides health and social support services for children from birth to school-entry age.
Use this map to find the local legal aid office near you.
NEW: Information about the 'Public Charge' Rule has changed. Please read here.
Are you 60 or over and looking for legal assistance in the Portland area? A Senior Law Project volunteer attorney may be able to help.
What does expungement mean in Oregon and what happens after you get one?
Laws to protect more renters from large rent increases and no-cause evictions
Bankruptcy Class - Chapter 7
Workplace rights for domestic violence survivors
Types of protective orders in Oregon
Disparate Impact and Fair Housing