We focus on providing assistance to low-income West Virginians who:
- Are facing foreclosure on their home
- Are having trouble making their mortgage or car payments
- Purchased a defective home, mobile home, or car
- Are being harassed by debt collectors
- Have received unfair charges on their loans or credit accounts
- Were lied to in the process of obtaining a loan
- Are being forced to work in unsafe conditions
- Have been retaliated against for complaining about unsafe working conditions
We also provide legal assistance on a limited number of cases for West Virginians seeking adequate health care, treatment while incarcerated, and education, especially those who:
- Are being systematically denied adequate medical or mental health care or services at a West Virginia state institution or through the Medicaid program.
- Are being systematically denied access to adequate educational services in the public education system.
- Are being systematically mistreated or denied their rights in the criminal or juvenile justice system.
If you or someone you know is a low-income West Virginian seeking free legal assistance, please contact us at 304.344.3144 or 800.319.7132 to see if you qualify for our services and schedule an intake. If you need legal assistance on an education or criminal justice issue, please call 304.326.0188.