If you’re in immediate danger, please call 911. For additional safety information, contact Georgia’s 24-hour statewide domestic violence hotline at 1-800-33-HAVEN.
Through our team of social workers, attorneys, and other advocates, we can help you file for a protective order, make a safety plan, and find what resources you need to feel safe and stable. Visit the Safe Families Office website below to learn more.
Trouble with your landlord? We give free legal representation to Atlanta tenantsWe can help with un-returned security deposits, a landlord’s failure to make repairs, unsafe living conditions, and illegal evictions (like changing locks, cutting off utilities, and putting your belongings on the street).
Being evicted? We can give you advice. Through the Housing Court Assistance Center and Our Eviction Defense Program, we give free legal help to Fulton County tenants served with an eviction.
Please click here for information on the CDC’s eviction moratorium.
If your employer failed to pay your wages, we can provide free legal help through the Saturday Lawyer Program.
Volunteer attorneys working provide free 30-minute appointments at the Fulton County Courthouse to help with active probate matters.
The COVID-19 outbreak has a big impact on our day-to-day lives. Check this page for local updates and resources you might need to support you and your family.
VLAN attorneys provide legal representation in protective order, divorce, custody, housing, education, healthcare, benefit, and immigration cases.
Behind on rent or utilities due to COVID-19? You may be eligible for emergency financial help through our Community Assistance program.
NOTE: Due to funding restrictions, applications are temporarily closed.
The Justice Resource Center (JRC) provides access to attorneys for patrons who have Family Law, Senior Legal Services and Landlord Tenant related matters.