Local and Statewide Programs with County Services
Alternative Directions. Family law assistance for incarcerated persons.
Associated Catholic Charities of Baltimore. Immigration legal services.
Baltimore Neighborhoods, Inc., provides information concerning rights and responsibilities in landlord/tenant disputes.
CASA of Maryland. Employment issues.
Courthouse Family Law Advice Clinic (Pro Se Project). Family law issues.
Baltimore County Circuit Court, County Courts Building, 401 Bosley Avenue, Room 101, Towson.
Walk-in service only. Monday, Wednesday & Friday 9 am - 2 pm; Tuesday and Thursday 2 pm - 7 pm.
HERO (Health Education Resource Organization). Civil legal assistance for persons with HIV/AIDS.
Homeless Persons Representation Project. Services for homeless or at risk of homelessness.
410-685-6589 or 1-800-773-4340
House of Ruth Domestic Violence Legal Clinic. Legal and shelter assistance for victims of domestic violence.
410-889-RUTH (7884) - Domestic violence victims.
410-828-6390 - Domestic violence assistance (Family Crisis Center)
*Legal Aid Bureau. General Civil Legal Services.
Maryland Disability Law Center. Provides legal representation & counseling, training, advocacy and information and referral services for individuals with mental and/or physical disability related problems (no criminal, domestic or employment cases).
Maryland Legal Assistance Network. Legal services hotline.
*Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service. General civil legal services for working poor and non-profit organizations who serve the working poor.
410-547-6537 or 1-800-510-0050 (Intake hours are 9 am to 1 pm, Monday - Thursday)
*Sixty-Plus Legal Program. Limited legal services for individuals 60 years of age and older.
Spanish Catholic Center. Immigration law issues.
Statewide Nursing Home and Assisted Living Program.
410-296-6705 or 1-800-367-7563
Women's Law Center. Family Law.
*Provider may have income eligibility requirements that must be met in order to be eligible for assistance.