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People received legal advice and representation to access healthcare and crucial safety net benefits.

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Clients and their children were able to keep their homes they otherwise would have lost to housing discrimination, illegal evictions or foreclosures.

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Victims of violence and their children escaped intimate partner abuse and were awarded more than $6.6 million in present and future support orders.

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Information and resources for immigrant families who might face deportation (Spanish)
21 June 2019

June 19th, 2019: BayLegal attorney Jessica Jenkins appeared on Univision 14 to provide information on legal rights and available resources to Spanish-speaking families with members who might face deportation proceedings. In the current climate of intensifying enforcement action and uncertainty around immigration, accurate information on the right to counsel, the right to refuse warrantless entry, …

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New Study Shows the Long-Term Impact of Civil Legal Aid
17 June 2019

The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland and Community Legal Aid jointly commissioned The Center for Community Solutions to survey former clients about how civil legal aid impacted their lives. The Center for Community Solutions surveyed more than 1,200 former clients across 13 counties in Northeast Ohio to find out what impact their civil legal aid …

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