Law Services News - Fall 2020

Updated: Oct 7

Our Fall 2020 Newsletter is Available Here


Stable Housing Essential to Pandemic Recovery and Racial Justice Long Island is simultaneously facing the end of the eviction and foreclosure moratoria and the financial supports that have helped many Long Islanders to continue to pay their housing expenses. Communities across Long Island and the country are calling out for racial justice and an eviction and foreclosure crisis looms. Law Services is here to help tenants and homeowners facing loss of their housing. Stable housing is not only critical to supporting strong communities, it is also a racial justice issue and the foundation of individual well-being. Nassau Suffolk Law Services has been busy during the pandemic. Click here to explore our COVID Resources.


Inside this Issue:

ALL ROADS LEAD TO JUSTICE: Commitment to Justice Campaign

Free Benefits Counseling For People With HIV/AIDS Free Webinars! Help for Homeowners and Renters Foreclosure Unit Preserves Homeownership Law Services and Nursing Home Ombudsmen Work Together to Support Residents Right to be “Home” Developments in Criminal Law Allow People to Rebuild Lives Low-Income Families with Financed Cars May Now be Eligible for Public Assistance  Domestic Violence Advocacy in the Midst of a Pandemic Law Services Updates - Fall 2020

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