Legal Aid of North Carolina's projects focus on unique client populations and special areas of law.
Working to dismantle the school-to-prison pipeline and achieve education justice through legal advocacy, community education and collaboration.
Go to Advocates for Children's Services
Serving immigrants in cases involving domestic violence, family law, public benefits and immigration.
Go to Battered Immigrant Project
Serving domestic violence victims in partnership with domestic violence programs throughout the state.
Go to Domestic Violence Prevention Initiative
Providing education and outreach, research, investigation, and free legal help to victims of housing discrimination.
Go to Fair Housing Project
Serving migrant and seasonal farmworkers throughout the state.
Go to Farmworker Unit
Bringing together doctors and lawyers to address the legal, social and environmental determinants of health.
Go to Medical-Legal Partnership
Serving low-income North Carolinians facing mortgage foreclosure.
Go to Mortgage Foreclosure Prevention Project
Helping consumers enroll in affordable health insurance through the Affordable Care Act.
Go to NC Navigator Consortium
Free civil legal help to North Carolinians who are 60 years of age or older.
Go to Senior Law Project
Providing direct representation to children caught in high-conflict custody proceedings in Wake County courts.
Go to The Child's Advocate