Offices and Projects
Legal Aid of North Carolina serves clients
from its local field offices and through
special statewide and regional projects.
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Legal Aid of North Carolina also operates six statewide projects
that focus on special populations or areas of the law.
for Children’s Services (ACS) provides free legal
help for children in need of medical, psychiatric,
special education and foster care or adoption services to which they
are legally entitled. Located in our Durham
Immigrant Project (BIP) provides comprehensive and culturally appropriate legal services
to battered immigrants across the state in cases involving domestic violence protective orders, family law issues,
public benefits and immigration issues. Located in our Charlotte,
Durham and Raleigh offices.
Violence Prevention Initiative (DVPI) provides legal assistance
to domestic violence victims and strives to strengthen the working
relationships between legal services and domestic violence programs
throughout the state. Located in multiple offices.
Housing Project (FHP) provides education and outreach,
research, investigation, and free legal assistance to individuals
who have experienced housing discrimination in North Carolina. The
FHP is located in Raleigh and provides legal assistance through LANC
offices throughout the state.
Unit (FWU) (División
para los Trabajodores Agrícolas)
provides free legal assistance to migrant workers who are working
in North Carolina. Located in Raleigh.
Foreclosure Prevention Project (MFP) provides quality legal representation
to low-income North Carolinians facing foreclosure. MFP team members
are located in multiple LANC offices take referrals from our offices
and other community organizations. The MFP also collaborates with other
organization to to save homes and reduce foreclosures
Home Defense Project (HDP).
Law Project (SLP) serves clients who are 60 years of age or older. Priority is given to seniors
with the need but clients who are
age 60 or older are exempt from income limitations. Located in
Clinic (LITC) provides low-income taxpayers with
representation in federal and state tax controversies and educates
individuals about their rights and responsibilities. The Clinic serves low-income individuals in 61
counties of Eastern North Carolina, the Triad and the Triangle.
Located in our
Medical-Legal Partnership (MLP) program brings together
medical and legal professionals to address the social and environmental determinants of health, including: substandard housing; domestic violence; food, income and housing insecurity; improper denials of Medicaid and other public benefits; and failure to provide children special education services to which they are entitled. LANC's MLP program operates in several locations throughout the state and partners with a wide range of hospitals and clinics. Here is the list of our MLP locations:
Medical Partner: North Carolina Children's Hospital
Legal Partners: LANC, UNC School of Law Pro Bono Program
Medical Partner: Carolina's HealthCare System
Legal Partners: LANC-Charlotte, Legal Services of
Medical Partners: Duke Primary Care for Children,
Lincoln Community Health Center Pediatrics Department, Duke Medical
Center Pediatric Clinics
Legal Partners: LANC-Durham, Duke Law Children's Law
Medical Partners: Triad Adult and Pediatric Medicine:
HealthServe Community Health Clinic, Guilford Child Health
Legal Partner: LANC-Greensboro
Medical Partner: Piedmont Health Services: Prospect Hill
Community Health Center
Legal Partner: LANC-Durham
Medical Partner: Pediatrics Department, Downtown Health
Plaza, North Carolina Baptist Hospital
Legal Partner: LANC-Winston-Salem
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constitute legal advice.
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North Carolina office or a private attorney if you need to speak
to an attorney regarding your particular situation.
Legal Aid of North Carolina is a statewide, nonprofit law firm that
provides free legal services in civil matters to low-income people in
order to ensure equal access to justice and to remove legal barriers
to economic opportunity.