The Mental Health Law Project is designed to provide legal assistance in civil matters to persons who are severely and persistently mentally ill.
This project focuses primarily on issues relating to basic necessities of life, such as housing, public benefits, access to health care and child support.
Clients must be at least 18 years of age and functionally disabled by a severe and persistent mental illness. Behavioral problems resulting from developmental disability, head injury, stroke, epilepsy or other organic dysfunction do not qualify.
Client must meet at least one of the following criteria:
An Overview of Mental Health Housing on Long Island
Thursday • May 25, 2023 • 1:00pm-2:00pm
The Legal Support Center for Advocates presents “An Overview of Mental Health Housing on Long Island.”
Join Supervising Attorney, Paola Arango, in learning about the different types of mental health housing including an overview of the tenant application process and the rights of tenants in the event of an eviction.
Register in Advance via Zoom: tinyurl.com/LSCAMentalHealthHousing
All of our offices are now open to the public and accepting walk-ins.