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Legal Aid helps low-income clients with civil legal issues.
We are unable to assist with traffic tickets or criminal cases.
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To schedule an appointment, please call our office at 650-558-0915.
If you need legal assistance in a criminal case, please contact the San Mateo Bar Association Private Defenders Office: (650) 298-4000
The Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County's mission is to fight social injustice through civil legal advocacy for people living in poverty. Read more about our Mission and Vision here.
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Changes to health coverage? Your Covered California Questions Answered
If you have questions about how recent actions taken by the federal administration may impact your health coverage, Covered California wants you to know that coverage renewal for consumers already enrolled in Covered California has begun, and open enrollment will begin on November 1 and end on January 31, 2018.
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October 2017: Disaster Relief Resources
Hearing about the catastrophic fires and unhealthy air quality has been difficult for everyone in the Bay Area. Among those directly and hardest hit are undocumented families and workers.
The Immigrant Legal Resources Center (ILRC), with help from National Immigration Law Center (NILC) and the Governor’s Office, has prepared a list of disaster-related resources, including D-SNAP food assistance, disaster unemployment Insurance, evacuation centers and shelters, and more.
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Standing Strong For Our Clients: DACA
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