Legal Council Services

At Legal Council, our programs serve individuals and families facing barriers due to chronic, disabling, and stigmatizing health and social conditions. All of our work combines direct representation, education, and advocacy across the city, state, and nation.

Legal Council builds its services on three pillars:

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Individual Legal Representation: We provide free, expert legal assistance to low-income individuals.

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Outreach and Education: We train thousands of community leaders each year, including medical and legal professionals, business leaders, and social service advocates.

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Impact Advocacy: We advocate for legal changes on state and national levels, helping to ensure access to quality care for all individuals.

We help clients with the following issues:

Child health   Confidentiality & testing  |  Debt collection  |  Discrimination  |  Education plans  |  Employment  |  Future planning  |  Health screenings  |  Immigration  |  Insurance  |  Lead poisoning  |  Public benefits

and much more. Get help now.

Education and Trainings

In addition to legal counsel and representation to clients in need, our multilingual staff offers free training, technical assistance, and educational programs to service providers, case managers, social workers, agency administrators, physicians, attorneys, educators, student groups, and members of the general public. Some of our most popular offerings are listed below.

If you would like to request a training or technical assistance for your group (in English or Spanish), contact our main office at 312-427-8990 or submit a request. Our staff will be happy to work with you to develop tools that best meet the needs and interests of your group.

MAIN OFFICE

17 N. State St., Suite 900
Chicago IL 60602

Tel: (312) 427-8990
Fax: (312) 427-8419

Disclaimer: Legal Council for Health Justice does not provide legal advice over the internet. The information on this web site is not legal advice. Legal advice is dependent upon the specific circumstances of each situation and jurisdiction. The information contained on this web site is not guaranteed to be up-to-date and cannot replace the advice of competent legal counsel licensed in your state.

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