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.
Policy Updates: Progress for Special Education Students
After a unanimous vote in both chambers, the Illinois General Assembly passed two special education bills crafted by Legal Council advocates.
CHILDREN NEED HEALTH CARE
A new report from the Georgetown University Center for Children and Families shows a sharp national decline in children’s health insurance coverage. Illinois experienced one of the largest decreases: 67,969 fewer children were enrolled in Medicaid and CHIP between December 2017 and December 2018.
Meet Our Clients
This year, more than 2,000 clients and their families will receive life-changing and life-saving care from Legal Council. Get to know some of our clients by reading their stories.
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.
This work can't be done without you. Your donation provides free legal services that help low-income Illinoisans with chronic, disabling, and stigmatizing health conditions secure and plan their futures.
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