Jun 29

WIC

1410 West Erie Avenue

    WIC | Community Legal Services of Philadelphia
    WIC is the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children. It is a health & nutrition program that offers participants food vouchers for nutritious food, including fruits, vegetables, dairy, eggs, fish, grains (bread, cereal, rice, tortillas), and beans. Families with babies can receive vouchers for baby formula and for baby food.
    https://clsphila.org

Jun 29

Tell DHS to Improve LIHEAP on July 5!

The Pennsylvania Department of Human Service will be holding a Public Hearing on the LIHEAP 2019 Proposed State Plan on Thursday, July 5 from 10am to noon at the Free Library Montgomery Auditorium, 1901 Vine Street in Philadelphia. Please come and make your voice heard!

    Tell DHS to Improve LIHEAP on July 5! | Community Legal Services of Philadelphia
    Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) provides one-time grants to help people afford heating bills, prevent loss of heat, or get heat restored. LIHEAP helped more than 345,000 Pennsylvania families afford heat last LIHEAP season alone. Most were families with seniors, very young children, or people with disabilities.
    https://clsphila.org

Jun 26

Frequently Asked Questions about Clean Slate

If your cases are from Philadelphia, you can go to the Basement of the Criminal Justice Center (1301 Filbert St.) to find out what you owe, get on a payment plan, or make payments.  You might be able to get your supervision fees waived if you cannot pay and if you file a petition with the court.

If you live in Philadelphia and your record is in Philadelphia, you can come to Community Legal Services for help. We have walk-in intake Monday-Friday from 9-12 at our office at 1424 Chestnut St. We have walk-in intake Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9-12 at our office at 1410 W. Erie Ave.

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If you live in Philadelphia and your record is in Philadelphia, you can come to Community Legal Services for help. We have walk-in intake Monday-Friday from 9-12 at our office at 1424 Chestnut St. We have walk-in intake Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9-12 at our office at 1410 W. Erie Ave.

    Frequently Asked Questions about Clean Slate
    Clean Slate is a new Pennsylvania law that expands criminal record sealing to include more types of offenses, including some first-degree misdemeanors, which can be sealed by filing petitions.
    https://clsphila.org

May 29

CLS Blog: Decision Making and Independence for Older Adults

...Disabilities Unit are on Mondays and Wednesdays from 9am to noon in our office at 1410 W. Erie Avenue, Philadelphia PA...

    CLS Blog: Decision Making and Independence for Older Adults
    May is Older Americans month. This series explores new and growing movements and ideas that help older adults maintain their independence and autonomy throughout later life. We will be exploring alternatives to guardianship, and home and community based services and supports.
    https://clsphila.org

Apr 09

Philadelphia Water Wants to Raise Your Water Bill - Voice Your Opinion

1901 Vine Street

5240 Chestnut Street

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9801 Frankford Avenue

2600 N. 5th Street

5800 Ridge Avenue

3600 N. Broad Street

The Water Rate Board is also accepting written public input, by email to WaterRateBoard@phila.gov and by mail to Philadelphia Water, Sewer, and Stormwater Rate Board, 1515 Arch Street, 17th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19102.

    Philadelphia Water Wants to Raise Your Water Bill - Voice Your Opinion
    Philadelphia Water wants to raise your bill. Voice your opinion at one of these hearings, and find out more information below. The Water Rate Board is also accepting written public input, by email to WaterRateBoard@phila.gov and by mail to Philadelphia Water, Sewer, and Stormwater Rate Board, 1515 Arch Street, 17th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19102.
    https://clsphila.org

Apr 09

Voice Your Opinion on Water Rate Increases

1901 Vine Street

5240 Chestnut Street

This article has 5 other Philadelphia locations (Show)

9801 Frankford Avenue

2600 N. 5th Street

5800 Ridge Avenue

3600 N. Broad Street

The Water Rate Board is also accepting written public input, by email to WaterRateBoard@phila.gov and by mail to Philadelphia Water, Sewer, and Stormwater Rate Board, 1515 Arch Street, 17th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19102.

    Voice Your Opinion on Water Rate Increases
    Philadelphia Water wants to raise your bill. Voice your opinion at one of these hearings, and find out more information below. Monday, April 23, 6:30- 8:30p.m . Taller Puertorriqueno, Inc. 2600 N.
    https://clsphila.org

Mar 13

Get Help Keeping the Utilities On: CLS Utility Clinic March 29

1410 W Erie Avenue

    Get Help Keeping the Utilities On: CLS Utility Clinic March 29 | Community Legal Services of Philadelphia
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Jan 24

Public Benefits

1410 West Erie Avenue

    Public Benefits | Community Legal Services of Philadelphia
    Community Legal Services will get a free interpreter for you if you need one.
    https://clsphila.org

May 09 2017

Testimony: House Bill 1014 Would Undermine Longstanding UC Law

7 Wallace v. UCBR, 393 A.2d 43, 47 (Pa. Commw. 1978)(en banc).

    Testimony: House Bill 1014 Would Undermine Longstanding UC Law
    Community Legal Services Litigation Director Sharon Dietrich delivered the following testimony before the Pennsylvania State House of Representatives on May 9, 2017: My name is Sharon Dietrich. I am the Litigation Director at Community Legal Services, Inc. (CLS) in Philadelphia. I have been practicing employment law at CLS since 1987 and have an extensive background in unemployment compensation (UC) issues.
    https://clsphila.org

Apr 03 2017

PECO’S Proposed Prepaid Meter Program is Dangerous and Unnecessary!

801 Market Street

3801 Market Street,

    PECO'S Proposed Prepaid Meter Program is Dangerous and Unnecessary!
    Come SPEAK OUT About PECO's Prepaid Electric Meter Plan PUBLIC HEARINGS TO BE HELD MONDAY, APRIL 24 Center City April 24, 10am - 12pm The Betsy Ross Room 801 Market Street (enter on 8th Street) 6th Floor, Suite 6069 Philadelphia, PA 19107 West Philadelphia April 24, 6pm - 8pm The Grand Ballroom First District Plaza Conference Center 3801 Market Street, Third Floor Philadelphia, PA 19104 What is PECO's Prepaid Meter Pilot Program?
    https://clsphila.org

Jan 17 2017

Join Us for Community Law School Day

Please join us for Community Law School Day – Saturday, February 25th, 10am-2:30pm, Community College of Philadelphia Center for Business and Industry (18th and Callowhill)

    Join Us for Community Law School Day | Community Legal Services of Philadelphia
    Community Law School Day is an empowering and free educational event open to the public. We will provide concrete, useful information and practical strategies to empower attendees to become better advocates for themselves and for others.
    https://clsphila.org

Jul 20 2016

Testimony in Support of Proposed Fair Chance for Housing Amendment to the Landlord-Tenant Act

Center City Office: 1424 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102

North Philadelphia Office: 1410 W. Erie Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19140

    Testimony in Support of Proposed Fair Chance for Housing Amendment to the Landlord-Tenant Act
    The following testimony was delivered by CLS Managing Attorney Rasheedah Phillips on July 20, 2016 in support of Rep. Donna Johnson-Bullock's Fair Chance for Housing Legislation. Good afternoon Representative Johnson-Bullock and members of the Committee.
    https://clsphila.org

Jun 13 2016

CLS at 50: Justice Through the Decades

Top of the Tower, 1717 Arch Street, Philadelphia

    CLS at 50: Justice Through the Decades | Community Legal Services of Philadelphia
    CLS at 50: Justice Through the Decades celebrates the Golden Anniversary of Philadelphia's first are largest civil legal services organization. Established with the support of the Philadelphia Bar Association, Community Legal Services was incorporated on May 4, 1966.
    https://clsphila.org

Mar 10 2016

Programs to Help Homeowners with Property Taxes

1425 Spruce Street, Ste. 100

    Programs to Help Homeowners with Property Taxes
    There are many programs available to help people pay their property taxes: Installment payment plans. Income-eligible homeowners and senior citizens age 65 and older or their spouses can apply to pay property taxes in monthly installments during the same tax year that the taxes are due.
    https://clsphila.org

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