OUR MISSION

BayLegal’s mission is to provide meaningful access to the civil justice system through quality legal assistance regardless of a client’s location, language or disability.

OUR 2022 IMPACT

Feature 1 – Healthcare and Safety Net

2,500+

cases helping individuals and families remove barriers to healthcare, health coverage, and critical safety net programs, with more than $16.9 million in direct economic benefits.

Feature 2 – Housing

3,300+

cases standing with low-income families who pushed back against escalating eviction, displacement, and housing discrimination—stabilizing communities and securing more than $8.5 million in benefits for our clients.

Feature 3 – Total served

12,500+

clients and their children served—with an additional 130,000+ who benefited from legal clinics, referrals, training, outreach and information services.

This success is only possible with your support. DONATE TODAY

BayLegal’s client needs assessment survey.
15 February 2024

We care about what you think. Answer this quick survey to let us know how we can better serve our community. Access the survey through this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WVKW2JW Available in multiple languages First 150 complete surveys can receive a $10 e-gift card

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Bay Area Legal Aid Secures Statewide Injunction Against Achievable Solutions, Inc. (ASI) in Landmark Fraudulent Debt Collection Case
8 December 2023

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BAY AREA LEGAL AID MEDIA CONTACT Taylor Brady tbrady@baylegal.org (510) 250-5234   Bay Area Legal Aid (BayLegal) Secures Statewide Injunction Against Achievable Solutions, Inc. (ASI) in Landmark Fraudulent Debt Collection Case Oakland, California, December 4, 2023— Bay Area Legal Aid (BayLegal) achieved a significant legal victory in its claims against Achievable Solutions, …

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New Youth Justice resource: Know Your Rights – AB 181
7 December 2023

Thanks to BayLegal YouthJustice law clerk Sophie Tohl and intern Armaan Sharma for this one-page guide to a new diploma pathway for young people with disabilities, established under California’s AB 181. Please circulate widely to any students you serve who entered ninth grade during the 2022-23 school year or later, and who might qualify for …

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