Statewide Legal Services of Connecticut (SLS)
(800)453-3320 or www.apply.slsct.org
Monday – Friday 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.; 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. This non-profit organization provides free legal assistance to eligible people with a low income residing in Connecticut. SLS accepts online applications and also has telephone hotline. SLS can help with problems related to domestic violence, evictions, foreclosures, government benefits, family, health and other issues.
Connecticut Legal Services serves low-income individuals and families in all of Connecticut except the greater Hartford and New Haven areas.
Greater Hartford Legal Aid helps those who live in the Greater Hartford area with civil cases.
AIDS Legal Network is a program that provides support people living with HIV/AIDS in Connecticut who seek advice, legal information and referrals for representation.
New Haven Legal Assistance Association provides a broad range of legal services for people in the greater New Haven area, including the lower Naugatuck Valley.
Lawyers For Children America represents children during child protection proceedings.
Connecticut Fair Housing Center serves those who are experiencing housing discrimination. The mission is to ensure that all people have equal access to housing opportunities in Connecticut.
International Institute of CT addresses immigration services.
Pro Bono Partnership assists nonprofit organization needing legal services.
Low Income Taxpayer Clinics (LITC) addresses individuals who have a problem with the Internal Revenue Service with audits, tax collection disputes, and other issues.
Connecticut Veterans Legal Center serves military veterans recovering from homelessness and mental illness and need assistance with legal issues.
H.E.L.P Project provides legal assistance to homeless individuals in Hartford contact the Homeless Experience Legal Protection (H.E.L.P.).