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Legal Aid Society Community Classroom

LAS Community Classroom, a place where everyone knows their rights. LAS Community Classroom, educate, advocate, repeat.

Self-Help Resources

Are you in need of free legal resources regarding topics such as reentry, parent mediation, fair housing, consumer group, and general housing? We may be able to help! Check out our resources below. 

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Legal Help Videos

These videos provide a wide range of information on a variety of legal topics. 

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Reentering society after incarceration can be challenging for some. This series provides resources for those experiencing barriers because of their criminal record.

Eviction Notice

The Eviction Process

The eviction process involves legal steps taken by landlords to remove tenants from a property due to breaches like non-payment or lease violations. Requires court approval.


Disaster Preparedness

Disaster preparedness encompasses proactive plans, resources, and training to effectively respond to natural or man-made crises, minimizing harm and maximizing recovery.


Parent Mediation

Every divorce is different. Some can be seamless and others could become a lengthy and emotional process. Including a mediator can help maintain a civil conversation.

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Fair Housing

Regardless of religion, gender or other factors, everyone is deserving of fair housing. Videos in this series will explain fair housing laws and how to proceed when experiencing discrimination.

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Domestic Violence Help

Are You Being Hurt By Someone You Love? You are not alone. You are not to blame. You did not “ask for it.” You do not deserve to be hurt. You have the right to be safe. There is help.

Legal Help Booklets

What kind of problem do you have? These booklets may help you with your legal issues.

DV Flyer

Important: For eviction help in other counties, please select the housing tab. 

Are you being evicted? (Eviction) 

If you are in risk of an eviction, please refer to the following resources to learn the eviction process and the options.  

If you are experiencing any of these problems, call us directly at 833-837-HOME and leave a message about your problem. You will need to leave your name, birthday, and phone number. We will call you back as soon as we can. If you have a court date, please say that date when you leave a message.

We can help you if you are experiencing problems like: 

  • You are being evicted
  • Your landlord locked you out of your home or cut off your utilities
  • You received a notice on your door saying you have to leave your home
  • You are in danger of losing your Section 8 Voucher or your income-based housing
  • Your landlord has treated you differently based on your race, gender, color, religion, home country, or disability, or because you have kids
  • You are a person with a disability and are having problems with your housing

Know Your Rights!

Check out our educational resources below  to learn about your rights as a renter.









Are You Being Hurt By Someone You Love?

Orders of Protection




Signs Someone Might Be Dangerous


Testifying in Court




Safety Planning

Parenting Information



Criminal Records

Voting Rights



Restoration of Rights of Citizenship Packet

This packet will help you fill out the necessary paperwork to ask a Circuit Court to restore your full citizenship rights.

Reminder: Before you can restore your rights, ou have to complete your sentence, including probation and parole. Also, you must pay off your restitution and court costs, and be up to date on child support.