Health Justice for All
For more than 30 years, Legal Council for Health Justice has empowered individuals and communities, using the power of the law to secure dignity, opportunity, and well-being for all. Your support provides hope and stability for children and adults living with life-changing health conditions.
NEW PARTNERSHIP WITH THRESHOLDS
Justice-involved individuals living with serious mental illness now have access to civil legal assistance, thanks to a new partnership between Legal Council for Health Justice and Thresholds.
NEW YEAR, NEW RULES
This past Tuesday, a state panel approved groundbreaking policies in the fight to protect children and prevent childhood lead poisoning. Legal Council published an op-ed in Crain's Chicago about the significance of these rules and what they mean for Illinois kids.
LEGAL COUNCIL IN THE NEWS
Last week, the Huffington Post featured Legal Council’s first-of-its-kind Early Intervention (EI) pilot for infants and toddlers. The pilot provides lead-exposed kids with the support they need to overcome potential learning disabilities and developmental delays before they go to school.
Legal Council for Health Justice serves many demographics, including individuals living with HIV/AIDS, children and families with disabilities and chronic illness, senior citizens, and homeless individuals with dual diagnosis.
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