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Get Legal Help

Question: So who exactly does the Legal Clinic help?

Answer: Anyone in DC who is either homeless, or at risk of becoming homeless, who needs legal assistance.

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Advocate

Voice by voice, help us build a chorus of community members who will speak out for justice. Advocating together, we will be heard!

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Volunteer Your Time

Join our network of over 200 volunteers from the DC legal community.

Donate

Donate

When you support our work, you become our partner in making justice a reality for those who have struggled with the injustice of homelessness.

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From The Blog

The Migrant Services and Supports Emergency Act of 2022: A Poisoned Apple

Immigrants of all countries of origins, languages, and incomes should be welcomed and supported as new residents. We reject any assertion that immigrants are in competition with long-time DC residents for resources, as DC has sufficient resources to meet the needs of all who come here. Similarly, we reject the scarcity mindset that leads to pitting these populations against each other.

That’s a Wrap for DC’s Budget: Did We Meet Our Goals for Housing?

Our collective advocacy during the fiscal year 2023 budget season led to significant policy wins, and increased investment in deeply affordable housing – and there is still more work to be done!

What Did Mayor Bowser Put in FY23 Budget Towards Our Housing Priorities?

With DC Council turning to its version of DC’s budget, we share an assessment of how far Mayor Bowser’s proposed budget goes towards meeting needs for affordable housing and ending homelessness in DC. We hope the Council sees this as their critical “to do” list over the next few weeks!

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