Please call our office and we will help you find the public defenders office in your county.
The Mid American Pension Rights Program is hosted by Elder Law of Michigan, Inc. (ELM), a 501(c)(3) which is a nonprofit charitable organization that promotes and protects the rights, health and economic well-being of older adults and people with disabilities providing information, advocacy, legal advice and professional services.
The ABA Military Pro Bono Project connects eligible, active-duty servicemembers with pro bono attorneys to assist with the resolution of civil legal issues. If you are an active-duty member of the military eligible for services through your military legal assistance office (which may include certain members of the Reserves and National Guard), you may be eligible for a referral for legal help through the Military Pro Bono Project.
SELC does not charge clients and partners for its services, but relies instead on charitable gifts from individuals, families and foundations.
Disability Rights Tennesse (DRT), formerly Disability Law & Advocacy Center of Tennessee (DLAC), provides legal advocacy services to protect the rights of Tennesseans with disabilities. Please explore DRT's website for further information about how they may be able to help you, a friend, or a family member. Their website provides information about the services DRT provides and also gives information about other resources that may be valuable in your quest for information. www.disabilityrightstn.org
Southern Migrant Legal Services is a special project of Texas RioGrande Legal Aid to provide free legal services to migrant and seasonal farm workers. The Nashville office serves the following states: Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Arkansas.
TJC helps individuals and families when they need help with their health care. If you want to see if TJC can help you, please call. Due to limited resources, TJC is unable to help every family that calls us. If TJC is unable to help, it try to put you in touch with others who might be able to help.
Please call before coming in to the office. You may not have to come to the office. LASMTC may be able to help by phone or mail. LASMTC may be able to come to the county where you live. LASMTC only takes legal problems that a person cannot go to jail for. If you have a criminal case, you need to call the Public Defender’s office.