Op-Ed: L.A. County’s legal self-help services are used by 150,000 a year. Yet the program may be cut

Op-Ed (California)

Los Angeles Times (LA Times)
December 2, 2020
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Tags: Pro Se/Self-Help


A decline in sales tax and other revenues in the wake of COVID-19 has put Los Angeles county’s Self-Help Legal Access Centers on the chopping block, threatening to leave domestic violence survivors without the help they need to find safety and stability, and to throw the county’s most vulnerable tenants into homelessness. We cannot afford to let this happen.