The legal services programs below are funded by MLAC and offer legal advice and representation to low-income Massachusetts residents with civil legal problems involving issues such as domestic violence, housing, income maintenance, health care, elder issues, and more. With limited exceptions, clients must be elderly or have incomes below 125 percent of the federal poverty level.
Click on a program name below to learn more, and the map below for program service areas.
For more information on these legal aid programs and other nonprofits, government agencies and court based programs that may be able to help you with your legal issue, please visit the Legal Resource Finder. Visit www.masslegalhelp.org for legal information and self-help materials about your issue.
If you are a victim of crime with a related civil legal problem, you may be eligible for help from the Civil Legal Aid for Victims of Crime (CLAVC) Initiative. Visit https://massclavc.org/ to learn more.