Renters are protected from eviction until at least July 10, 2020 (July 25 for federally subsidized housing)
[from Neighborhood Legal Services]
PUBLIC BENEFITS, HEALTHCARE & STIMULUS
[from Just Harvest, Coalition Against Hunger]
March 23, 2020
A Note to Clients and New Applicants Regarding Services During the Coronavirus
Community Justice Project will be serving clients and accepting new applicants during the COVID-19 national response. However, our physical locations are closed and we are not accepting walk-in clients. Any work we do with existing clients or new applicants who meet income eligibility requirements is remote, through telephone, email or videoconference.
Anyone who may need our services can leave a message on our Pittsburgh office number at
412-434-6002 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. O en Español 610-370-7459. Provide your name, a callback number, and your legal question. We focus, as always, on impact litigation and advocacy.
If you have an open case with us, please call the office of the person who is handling your case. If you are a new client, see below for which staff is nearest you:
Hazleton 570-582-5816 or 787-529-5176
Mobile home resident rights and landlord-tenant issues 412-434-6002
Immigration, public benefits 610-370-7459
All other matters 412-434-6002
FOR MORE RESOURCES go to the coronavirus information page of the Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network, y en Español, for extensive resources for public assistance and immigration information.
Marielle Macher, Esq.
email@example.com ● 412-434-6002 ● Español 610-370-7459