Blog Calendar

Monday, May 11, 2020

Throughout the stay-at-home order in Ohio, Legal Aid staff has been working from home. We are accessible to new clients through online and phone intake. We communicate with current clients by text,...
The Oklahoma Access to Justice Foundation recognizes the crucial need for legal aid services and urges attorneys to commit their time and talent as volunteers over the next several months. The need...
As part of the Finding Home series, WFAE’s Marshall Terry spoke with Isaac Sturgill, an attorney with Legal Aid of North Carolina, and also Kim Graham, the executive director of the Greater Charlotte...
Some Ohioans getting called back to work they may still have barriers related to COVID19 – like kids being out of school requiring care, or someone being in the home suffering from the virus. “This...
A surge of the lawsuits may swamp consumers who lost their jobs in the pandemic and can’t afford to pay their bills. During the pandemic, banks and other lenders have been giving consumers more time...
Fewer people in Tampa Bay made rent payments during the first week of May compared to the same month last year, which was also the case in April. Renters in low-income properties had lower rates of...
The Texas economy has gradually started reopening this month. Many remain without jobs and the statewide halting of evictions, as well as trials, hearings, and other procedures are coming to an end...
Dubuque’s homeless shelters have not experienced a rise in demand for housing amid the COVID-19 pandemic. However, directors are bracing for an “avalanche” of admissions when Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds’...