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Carbon County Government Center
Carbon County Government Center
County government consisting of the County Council, which is the governing legislative body and the County Executive who oversees county operations, including administration/human resources, economic development, corrections, court services, emergency services, fiscal affairs, human services, public works, and the offices of the Coroner, Public Defender, Sheriff, and Solicitor. Click here for phone directory
2 Hazard Square
Carbon County Courthouse Annex
Jim Thorpe, PA 18229
Eligibility: Residents of Carbon County
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
Chosen 300 Ministries
Chosen 300 Ministries - Expungement Clinic
Chosen 300 hosts a Free Expungement Services Clinic every Monday; 5 PM-(7 PM). The meal is provided at 6 PM. Individuals can attend to consult with lawyers for free. Walk Ins are welcome.
3959 Lancaster Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Eligibility: All services provided to impoverished populations. All person are eligible; there are no requirements; all are served regardless of race, age, gender, membership group, etc. It is ideal for individuals to bring a copy of their ID. Expungement completion is dependent on charge; expungement is not guaranteed. Service is provided by CLS in Philadelphia.
Hours: Mondays, 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
City of Philadelphia
RISE - Expungement Services
Individuals who are enrolled in the RISE program and actively attending classes, will be eligible to meet with Mike Lee, an attorney with The Philadelphia Lawyer’s for Social Equity (PLSE). Through the Criminal Record Expungement Project, Mr. Lee will then be able to offer legal advice as to whether or not a participant qualifies for Expungement Services. If he/she does qualify, expungement petitions will be drafted and a court date will be scheduled before a judge to determine whether or not data can be removed from one’s record.
990 Spring Garden Street
7th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19123
Eligibility: Active RISE participants who have non conviction data from the City of Philadelphia.
Hours: Walk in: Monday - Thursday 10am - 1pm
Scheduled appointments: Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm
Coatesville Center for Community Health
Coatesville Center for Community Health - Coatesville Healthy Living Initiative
Coatesville Healthy Living Initiative is designed to educate participants on the benefits of healthy living and provide tools and opportunities needed to build a better future. Free workshops and programs are provided on a variety of topics. Program topics include: - Healthy Living Today (making healthy food choices) - Stress Management - Coatesville On The Move (fall walking competition and multiple community walks) - Women's Health Event in May (reproductive and relationship health, nutrition, and financial education) - Family Law - Dental Screenings - Flu Vaccine Clinic - Pardon and Expungement Workshops - Nutrition Education
1001 East Lincoln Hwy
Coatesville, PA 19320
County of Lancaster
Lancaster County Office of the Clerk of Courts
Custodian of adult & juvenile criminal records. Filing office for summary appeals, bail, expungement, constable and private detective licenses.
50 North Duke Street
Lancaster County Courthouse
Lancaster, PA 17602
Eligibility: Open to the public
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm
Homeless Advocacy Project
Homeless Advocacy Project
Provides free civil legal services to individuals and families experiencing homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless in Philadelphia. Areas of assistance include: establishing eligibility for benefits programs such as Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), medical assistance and food stamps (SNAP); establishing eligibility for Veterans Compensation and Pension benefits, and upgrading discharge characterizations; enforcing custody and other family law rights; accessing shelter and other supportive services; replacing or correcting identity documents; and preserving private and subsidized housing eligibility.
1429 Walnut Street
15th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Eligibility: Philadelphians experiencing homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless.
Hours: Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania (LASP)
Expungements (Bristol)
Assists with petitions to clear criminal arrests and summary offenses from clients' records if records are at least 5 years old with no new arrests.
1290 Veterans Highway
Box 809
Bristol, PA 19007
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:00pm
Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania (LASP)
Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania - Expungements (Chester)
Expungements are petitions to clear criminal arrests and summary offenses from clients' records if they are at least 5 years old with no new arrests, and are a service provided by LASP
419 Avenue of the States
Suite 605
Chester, PA 19013
Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania (LASP)
Expungements (Doylestown)
Assists with petitions to clear criminal arrests and summary offenses from clients' records if records are at least 5 years old with no new arrests.
50 North Main Street
2nd Floor
Doylestown, PA 18901
Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania (LASP)
Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania - Expungements (Pottstown)
Expungements are provided by LASP are petitions to clear criminal arrests and summary offenses from clients' records if they are at least 5 years old with no new arrests.
248 King Street
Pottstown, PA 19464
Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania (LASP)
Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania - Expungements (West Chester)
Expungements are provided by LASP are petitions to clear criminal arrests and summary offenses from clients' records if they are at least 5 years old with no new arrests.
222 North Walnut Street
2nd Floor
West Chester, PA 19380
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania (LASP)
Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania - Expungements (Norristown)
Expungements are provided by LASP are petitions to clear criminal arrests and summary offenses from clients' records if they are at least 5 years old with no new arrests.
625 Swede Street
Norristown, PA 19401
Lehigh County Government Center
Lehigh County Government Center
**NOTES** Click here for Coronavirus Information. Government Center is closed to all visitors County government consisting of the County Council, which is the governing legislative body and the County Executive who oversees county operations, including administration/human resources, economic development, corrections, court services, fiscal affairs, human services, public works, and the offices of the Coroner, Public Defender, Sheriff, and Solicitor. Information on county services is available by telephone or internet. 610-782-3000 Information and Referral 610-782-3001 County Executive 610-782-4600 Emergency Management 610-782-3014 Court Administration 610-782-3270 Prison 610-782-3390 Protection From Abuse Order Office 610-782-3175 Sheriff 610-782-3565 Community Development/Housing Rehabilitation
17 South Seventh Street
Allentown, PA 18101
Eligibility: Residents of Lehigh County
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm
MidPenn Legal Services
MidPenn Legal Services - Bedford
Provides free legal services to low income individuals in civil matters. Services include legal advice, negotiations and representation before agencies and courts. Handled through advice, brief service and/or representation in court: - Representation of plaintiffs in protection from abuse cases - Custody (defendants when other party has legal representation and child snatch cases); pro se assistance for parents wishing to file for custody - Simple Divorce (pro se assistance only) - Welfare: Medical Assistance and Food Stamps denials, terminations, over payments and reductions - SSDI/Supplemental Security Income: Denials, terminations and over payments; assistance with initial applications for homeless persons - Unemployment Compensation denials and overpayments - Housing: Illegal lockouts and landlord utility shut-offs, public housing/Section 8 eviction hearings, poor housing conditions and evictions, mortgage foreclosure - Sheriff's Sales: To prevent loss of personal property or house - Guardianship for incapacitated adults over the age of 60. POA and advanced directives for individuals over the age of 60 Other matters handled through Volunteer Attorney Program (Pro Bono Project) include: - Consumer problems - School expulsions or IEP hearings - Driver's License suspension appeal hearings See MidPenn Legal Services file for brochures on the following subjects: - Government Benefits - Social Security - Medicare - Public/Subsidized Housing - SSI - Utility Bills/Shut-Offs - Bankruptcy - Mobile Home Parks - Divorce Law - Student Records - District Justices - Canceling Contracts - Repossessions - Expulsions - Debt Collection Practices - Right to an Education - Food Stamps - Eviction - Protection from Abuse - Child Custody & Visitation - Buying or Repairing a Car
232 East Pitt Street
Bedford, PA 15522
Eligibility: Serves individuals and families that have a gross income of not more than 125% of the federal poverty level, except for victims of domestic violence who are assisted without regard to income
Hours: Out of concern for the health and safety of our clients, staff and community, MidPenn Legal Services is currently not accepting walk-ins, however our intake process is still operating. Current clients should call the office and new clients should contact our Coordinated Intake Unit at 1-800-326-9177, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. or apply online at apply.midpenn.org
MidPenn Legal Services
MidPenn Legal Services - Berks
Provides free legal services to low income individuals in civil matters. Services include legal advice, negotiations and representation before agencies and courts. Handled through advice, brief service and/or representation in court: - Representation of plaintiffs in protection from abuse cases - Custody (defendants when other party has legal representation and child snatch cases); pro se assistance for parents wishing to file for custody - Simple Divorce (pro se assistance only) - Welfare: Medical Assistance and Food Stamps denials, terminations, over payments and reductions - SSDI/Supplemental Security Income: Denials, terminations and over payments; assistance with initial applications for homeless persons - Unemployment Compensation denials and overpayments - Housing: Illegal lockouts and landlord utility shut-offs, public housing/Section 8 eviction hearings, poor housing conditions and evictions, mortgage foreclosure - Sheriff's Sales: To prevent loss of personal property or house - Guardianship for incapacitated adults over the age of 60. POA and advanced directives for individuals over the age of 60 Other matters handled through Volunteer Attorney Program (Pro Bono Project) include: - Consumer problems - School expulsions or IEP hearings - Driver's License suspension appeal hearings See MidPenn Legal Services file for brochures on the following subjects: - Government Benefits - Social Security - Medicare - Public/Subsidized Housing - SSI - Utility Bills/Shut-Offs - Bankruptcy - Mobile Home Parks - Divorce Law - Student Records - District Justices - Canceling Contracts - Repossessions - Expulsions - Debt Collection Practices - Right to an Education - Food Stamps - Eviction - Protection from Abuse - Child Custody & Visitation - Buying or Repairing a Car
501 Washington Street
Fourth Floor, Suite 401
Reading, PA 19601
Eligibility: Serves individuals and families that have a gross income of not more than 125% of the federal poverty level, except for victims of domestic violence who are assisted without regard to income
Hours: Out of concern for the health and safety of our clients, staff and community, MidPenn Legal Services is currently not accepting walk-ins, however our intake process is still operating. Current clients should call the office and new clients should contact our Coordinated Intake Unit at 1-800-326-9177, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. or apply online at apply.midpenn.org
MidPenn Legal Services
MidPenn Legal Services - Blair
Provides free legal services to low income individuals in civil matters. Services include legal advice, negotiations and representation before agencies and courts. Handled through advice, brief service and/or representation in court: - Representation of plaintiffs in protection from abuse cases - Custody (defendants when other party has legal representation and child snatch cases); pro se assistance for parents wishing to file for custody - Simple Divorce (pro se assistance only) - Welfare: Medical Assistance and Food Stamps denials, terminations, over payments and reductions - SSDI/Supplemental Security Income: Denials, terminations and over payments; assistance with initial applications for homeless persons - Unemployment Compensation denials and overpayments - Housing: Illegal lockouts and landlord utility shut-offs, public housing/Section 8 eviction hearings, poor housing conditions and evictions, mortgage foreclosure - Sheriff's Sales: To prevent loss of personal property or house - Guardianship for incapacitated adults over the age of 60. POA and advanced directives for individuals over the age of 60 Other matters handled through Volunteer Attorney Program (Pro Bono Project) include: - Consumer problems - School expulsions or IEP hearings - Driver's License suspension appeal hearings See MidPenn Legal Services file for brochures on the following subjects: - Government Benefits - Social Security - Medicare - Public/Subsidized Housing - SSI - Utility Bills/Shut-Offs - Bankruptcy - Mobile Home Parks - Divorce Law - Student Records - District Justices - Canceling Contracts - Repossessions - Expulsions - Debt Collection Practices - Right to an Education - Food Stamps - Eviction - Protection from Abuse - Child Custody & Visitation - Buying or Repairing a Car
171 Lakemont Park Boulevard
Altoona, PA 16022
Eligibility: Serves individuals and families that have a gross income of not more than 125% of the federal poverty level, except for victims of domestic violence who are assisted without regard to income
Hours: Out of concern for the health and safety of our clients, staff and community, MidPenn Legal Services is currently not accepting walk-ins, however our intake process is still operating. Current clients should call the office and new clients should contact our Coordinated Intake Unit at 1-800-326-9177, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. or apply online at apply.midpenn.org
MidPenn Legal Services
MidPenn Legal Services
Provides civil legal assistance to low-income clients and to victims of domestic violence who otherwise have no place else to turn. Representation/legal advice in areas such as the following:
  • Protection from abuse
    • Child custody/visitation
    • Landlord/tenant dispute, public housing
    • Criminal Record Expungement Assistance
    • Government benefits (welfare, unemployment compensation)
    • Utility shut-offs
    • Sheriffs sales/levys
    • Mortgage foreclosures
  • 29 North Queen Street
    York, PA 17403
    Eligibility: Serves individuals and families that have a gross income of not more than 125% of the federal poverty level, except for victims of domestic violence who are assisted without regard to income.
    Hours: Out of concern for the health and safety of our clients, staff and community, MidPenn Legal Services is currently not accepting walk-ins, however our intake process is still operating. Current clients should call the local office and new clients in York should contact the York office at 717-848-3605, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. or apply online at apply.midpenn.org
    Mon Valley Initiative
    Mon Valley Initiative - Workforce Development & Financial Coaching Program
    Financial Opportunity Center - Assists unemployed and under-employed regional job seekers. Offers job search and placement assistance, job clubs, career counseling, financial coaching, income support services, and a computer lab for job seekers. Special services for ex-offenders include job clubs and workshops on criminal record expungement, sealants and pardons in Pennsylvania.
    305 East Eighth Avenue
    Homestead, PA 15120
    Eligibility: Open to Mon Valley and Allegheny County residents who are unemployed or under-employed, regardless of income.
    Hours: Weekdays, 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Mon Valley Initiative
    Mon Valley Initiative - Southwestern Pennsylvania Re-Entry Coalition
    Help for ex-offenders as they re-enter society and the workforce. Coordinates resources for individuals whose criminal record creates barriers to self-sufficiency and employment. Offers workshops on criminal record expungement and pardons in Pennsylvania.Click here for program website. The Southwestern PA Re-entry Coalition (SPARC) formed in 2004 and has connected groups that are working to provide a range of services that will help individuals make a smooth transition from incarceration back into the community. SPARC members work together to increase the awareness of these resources and ensure that the criminal justice system agencies and transitioning individuals are aware of and able to access the resources available to them. The coalition has relationships with local correctional institutions and nearby state institutions to provide services to anyone in the local area with a criminal record, including housing opportunities, drug and alcohol treatment, mental health services, transportation, child care, family support, etc. People coming out of prison or jail can come to any member organization and will then be referred to other agencies that can provide needed services not provided by that organization.
    305 East 8th Avenue
    Homestead, PA 15120
    Hours: Weekdays, 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Neighborhood Legal Services Association
    Neighborhood Legal Services Association - Allegheny
    Provides free civil legal services to low income individuals and families without the means to hire a private attorney. Provides representation to survivors of domestic violence in Protection from Abuse (PFA) proceedings. May provide direct representation, advice, assistance in self-representation, brief service, limited legal assistance or referral to a private attorney (including free and reduced-fee), depending on case. Provides community education on legal topics. While NLSA does not provide assistance with Veterans' Benefits, they can provide legal assistance to eligible veterans who are having problems with their housing, utilities, or other issues within NLSA's priorities.
    928 Penn Avenue
    Pittsburgh, PA 15222
    Eligibility: Income based: Gross income for most services must be at or below 125% of the Federal Poverty Level. There are some exceptions for those who are facing Mortgage foreclosure, those seeking Protection from Abuse, and elderly clients in Allegheny County.
    Hours: Weekdays, 9:00am to 3:00pm
    Intake Hours: 9:00am to 2:30pm(closed between noon and 1pm)
    Neighborhood Legal Services Association
    Neighborhood Legal Services Association - Lawrence
    Provides free civil legal services to low income individuals and families without the means to hire a private attorney. Provides representation to survivors of domestic violence in Protection from Abuse (PFA) proceedings. May provide direct representation, advice, assistance in self-representation, brief service, limited legal assistance or referral to a private attorney (including free and reduced-fee), depending on case. Provides community education on legal topics. While NLSA does not provide assistance with Veterans' Benefits, they can provide legal assistance to eligible veterans who are having problems with their housing, utilities, or other issues within NLSA's priorities.
    125 East North Street
    Suite 329 - Temple Building
    New Castle, PA 16101
    Eligibility: Income based: Gross income for most services must be at or below 125% of the Federal Poverty Level.
    Hours: Telephone Hours: Weekdays, 9:00am to 11:30am and 1:00pm to 2:30pm
    Walk In Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 3:00pm
    Neighborhood Legal Services Association
    Neighborhood Legal Services Association - Butler
    Provides free civil legal services to low income individuals and families without the means to hire a private attorney. Provides representation to survivors of domestic violence in Protection from Abuse (PFA) proceedings. May provide direct representation, advice, assistance in self-representation, brief service, limited legal assistance or referral to a private attorney (including free and reduced-fee), depending on case. Provides community education on legal topics. While NLSA does not provide assistance with Veterans' Benefits, they can provide legal assistance to eligible veterans who are having problems with their housing, utilities, or other issues within NLSA's priorities.
    220 S. Main Street
    Suite C, Plaza Level
    Butler, PA 16001
    Eligibility: Income based: Gross Income for most services must be at or below 125% of the Federal Poverty Level.
    Hours: Monday and Wednesday, 9:00am to noon and 1:00pm to 3:00pm
    Neighborhood Legal Services Association
    Neighborhood Legal Services Association - Beaver
    Provides free civil legal services to low income individuals and families without the means to hire a private attorney. Provides representation to survivors of domestic violence in Protection from Abuse (PFA) proceedings. May provide direct representation, advice, assistance in self-representation, brief service, limited legal assistance or referral to a private attorney (including free and reduced-fee), depending on case. Provides community education on legal topics. While NLSA does not provide assistance with Veterans' Benefits, they can provide legal assistance to eligible veterans who are having problems with their housing, utilities, or other issues within NLSA's priorities.
    500 Market Street
    Stone Point Landing, Suite 204A
    Bridgewater, PA 15009
    Eligibility: Income based: Gross Income for most services must be at or below 125% of the Federal Poverty Level except in Protection from Abuse matters where there are no income limits or mortgage foreclosure where the limit is 187.5% of poverty.
    Hours: Telephone Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 1:00pm Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to noon and 1:00pm to 3:00pm
    North Penn Legal Services
    Welfare Rights Assistance - Lycoming/Clinton Counties
    For workers who have lost their jobs, have become disabled, or who otherwise are unable to obtain employment, establishing eligibility for public benefits may be the only way to preserve a source of income for the family. In other situations, often following illness and loss of employment, insurmountable debt may threaten basic economic security.
    25 West Third Street
    Suite 400
    Williamsport, PA 17701
    Eligibility: NPLS offers representation to low income families who need legal help.In order to qualify for free legal services, your household income must meet requirements based on Federal Poverty Income Guidelines.NPLS may take into account some expenses (for example, employment-related expenses, child support paid out, and unusually high medical expenses) for households above these guidelines. Available services may very by county. There may be income exceptions based on your legal problem.# Persons in family unit gross monthly income1 $1,2162 $1,6393 $2,0614 $2,4845 $2,9596 $3,3937 $3,8268 $4,2599 $4,69310 $5,126
    Hours: Weekdays, 8:30am to noon and 1:00pm to 4:30pm; Intake application phone number: Monday - Thursday, 9:30am - 11:30am and 1:30pm - 3:30pm; Friday, 9:30am - 11:30am
    Northampton County Government Center
    Northampton County Government Center

    ***NOTE*** Click here for information Coronavirus Updates County government consisting of the County Council, which is the governing legislative body and the County Executive who oversees county operations, including administration/human resources, economic development, corrections, court services, fiscal affairs, human services, public works, and the offices of the Coroner, Public Defender, Sheriff, and Solicitor. 610-559-3000 Information and Referral 610-559-3191 County Executive 610-746-3194 Emergency Management 610-559-6700 Court Administration 610-923-4303 Prison 610 559-3061 Protection From Abuse Office 610-691-5620 Housing Rehabilitation Program
    669 Washington Street
    Easton, PA 18042
    Eligibility: Anyone residing within one of the municipalities that make up Northampton County
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm
    Northwestern Legal Services
    Northwestern Legal Services - Erie Office
    Provides free legal representation to low income people with civil legal problems. Free legal aid may be provided in cases involving: Public Benefits, Housing, Family Law, Employment & Education, and Consumer Law.
    1001 State Street
    Renaissance Centre, Suite 700
    Erie, PA 16501
    Eligibility: Visit http://www.nwls.org/guidelines.htm Income guidelines apply except for those seeking Protection From Abuse.
    Hours: Monday through Friday; 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Northwestern Legal Services
    Northwestern Legal Services - Bradford Office
    Provides free legal representation to low income people with civil legal problems. Free legal aid may be provided in cases involving public benefits, housing, family law, employment, education, and consumer law.
    100 Main Street
    Bradford, PA 16701
    Eligibility: Visit http://www.nwls.org/guidelines.htm Income guidelines apply except for those seeking Protection From Abuse.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Northwestern Legal Services
    Northwestern Legal Services - Mercer County
    Provides free legal representation to low income people with civil legal problems. Free legal aid may be provided in cases involving: Public Benefits, Housing, Family Law, Employment & Education, and Consumer Law.
    3110 Highland Road
    Suite 203
    Hermitage, PA 16148
    Eligibility: Visit http://www.nwls.org/guidelines.htm Income guidelines apply except for those seeking Protection From Abuse.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Northwestern Legal Services
    Northwestern Legal Services - Venango County
    Provides free legal representation to low income people with civil legal problems. Free legal aid may be provided in cases involving Public Benefits, Housing, Family Law, Employment & Education, and Consumer Law.
    1243 Liberty Street
    Suite 420
    Franklin, PA 16323
    Eligibility: Visit http://www.nwls.org/guidelines.htm Income guidelines apply except for those seeking Protection From Abuse.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Northwestern Legal Services
    Northwestern Legal Services - Warren Office
    Provides free legal representation to low income people with civil legal problems. Free legal aid may be provided in cases involving Public Benefits, Housing, Family Law, Employment & Education, and Consumer Law.
    315 2nd Avenue
    Suite 401
    Warren, PA 16365
    Eligibility: Visit http://www.nwls.org/guidelines.htm Income guidelines apply except for those seeking Protection From Abuse.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 2:00pm
    Northwestern Legal Services
    Northwestern Legal Services - Crawford Office
    Provides free legal representation to low income people with civil legal problems. Free legal aid may be provided in cases involving Public Benefits, Housing, Family Law, Employment & Education, and Consumer Law.
    260 Chestnut Street
    Meadville, PA 16335
    Eligibility: Visit http://www.nwls.org/guidelines.htm Income guidelines apply except for those seeking Protection From Abuse.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Schuylkill County Courthouse
    Schuylkill County Courthouse
    County government consisting of the County Council, which is the governing legislative body and the County Executive who oversees county operations, including administration/human resources, economic development, corrections, court services, fiscal affairs, human services, public works, and the offices of the Coroner, Public Defender, Sheriff, and Solicitor. The public can use the links on the web page to view the list of departments, elected officials, public meeting dates, townships, cities, and boroughs, certificates/forms available , civil court matters, parcel locator.
    401 North Second Street
    Pottsville, PA 17901
    Eligibility: Open to the public, anyone residing within one of the municipalities, boroughs, townships, that make up Schuylkill County.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30 pm
    Sound Community Solutions (SCS, Inc.)
    Sound Community Solutions (SCS, Inc.)
    Non-profit assisting individuals and other Non-profits in the areas of Reentry, Employment, Entrepreneurship, Mentoring, Anger Management & Domestic Violence as well as many Training opportunities - See our website
    2001 North Front Street Building 1
    Suite 110
    Harrisburg, PA 17102
    York County Bar Association and Bar Foundation
    Modest Means - A Program of the York County Bar Association
    Need an Attorney but don't know if you can afford one? The York County Bar Association's Modest Means program helps low-income York County families find affordable legal assistance in the areas of family law and criminal law. Modest Means attorneys have agreed to charge reduced rates to clients referred through this program.
    137 East Market Street
    York, PA 17401
    Eligibility: Eligibility is based on the type of legal matter, household income and asset levels, and the availability of Modest Means attorneys.
    Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm
    Carbon County Government Center
    Carbon County Government Center
    Chosen 300 Ministries
    Chosen 300 Ministries - Expungement Clinic
    City of Philadelphia
    RISE - Expungement Services
    Coatesville Center for Community Health
    Coatesville Center for Community Health - Coatesville Healthy Living Initiative
    County of Lancaster
    Lancaster County Office of the Clerk of Courts
    Homeless Advocacy Project
    Homeless Advocacy Project
    Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania (LASP)
    Expungements (Bristol)
    Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania (LASP)
    Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania - Expungements (Chester)
    Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania (LASP)
    Expungements (Doylestown)
    Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania (LASP)
    Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania - Expungements (Pottstown)
    Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania (LASP)
    Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania - Expungements (West Chester)
    Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania (LASP)
    Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania - Expungements (Norristown)
    Lehigh County Government Center
    Lehigh County Government Center
    MidPenn Legal Services
    MidPenn Legal Services - Bedford
    MidPenn Legal Services
    MidPenn Legal Services - Berks
    MidPenn Legal Services
    MidPenn Legal Services - Blair
    MidPenn Legal Services
    MidPenn Legal Services
    Mon Valley Initiative
    Mon Valley Initiative - Workforce Development & Financial Coaching Program
    Mon Valley Initiative
    Mon Valley Initiative - Southwestern Pennsylvania Re-Entry Coalition
    Neighborhood Legal Services Association
    Neighborhood Legal Services Association - Allegheny
    Neighborhood Legal Services Association
    Neighborhood Legal Services Association - Lawrence
    Neighborhood Legal Services Association
    Neighborhood Legal Services Association - Butler
    Neighborhood Legal Services Association
    Neighborhood Legal Services Association - Beaver
    North Penn Legal Services
    Welfare Rights Assistance - Lycoming/Clinton Counties
    Northampton County Government Center
    Northampton County Government Center
    Northwestern Legal Services
    Northwestern Legal Services - Erie Office
    Northwestern Legal Services
    Northwestern Legal Services - Bradford Office
    Northwestern Legal Services
    Northwestern Legal Services - Mercer County
    Northwestern Legal Services
    Northwestern Legal Services - Venango County
    Northwestern Legal Services
    Northwestern Legal Services - Warren Office
    Northwestern Legal Services
    Northwestern Legal Services - Crawford Office
    Schuylkill County Courthouse
    Schuylkill County Courthouse
    Sound Community Solutions (SCS, Inc.)
    Sound Community Solutions (SCS, Inc.)
    York County Bar Association and Bar Foundation
    Modest Means - A Program of the York County Bar Association
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