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Cesar Chavez Day 2021

In Honor of Cesar Chavez Day CCLS Will Be Closed Wednesday, March 31st Cesar Chavez Day was established as a day of service in celebration of the civil rights and labor movement. Cesar Chavez worked with families, students, religious groups and labor organizations to fight for the equal rights of farmworkers. He co-founded the National […]

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Legal Aid Disaster Resource Center

Legal Aid Disaster Resource Center “ LADRC.org will serve as a national, multi-partner site to effectively meet the civil legal needs of disaster survivors. The site targets several audiences, including pro bono attorneys and other volunteers, legal aid attorneys, and disaster survivors. The website includes training materials, templates, and presentations on various disaster-related issues, sorted by legal […]

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Lawsuit – Elderly Homeowners Were Duped Into Signing Up For PACE Home Improvement Program

Lawsuit: Elderly Homeowners Were Duped Into Signing Up For PACE Home Improvement Program “After signing up for a program to make their homes energy efficient for no money down, Susie Steimle says elderly homeowners are dealing with liens and deceptive contractors.” Read More → Disclaimer Your use of this website, including posting comments will not […]

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Celebrating Lindsay McCoy

In Honor of Black History Month Celebrating Lindsay McCoy Executive Secretary I was fortunate and blessed to grow up in a stable, God-fearing home – it was through our faith and hope that we would come out ok. Living while Black, there was always some issue, some insult, some hardship thrown our way. But our faith […]

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COVID-19 Utilities Updates

Free Utilities Information & Services Informacíon Gratis y Servicios Prevent your electric and gas from being shut off due to past bills If you’re enrolled in the CARE Program you may be eligible to reduce your past due balance Do you have past due electric & gas bills up to $8,000? Would you like to […]

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COVID-19 Housing Updates

Has Your Income Been Impacted by COVID-19? If your income has been impacted due to COVID-19 look into this Housing Retention Grant. See income guidelines and contact any of the agencies listed.   Update on the Newly Passed California and Federal Tenant Protections On September 17, the City of Fresno hosted a virtual community forum […]

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Project First Step

Project First Step Attorney Training – Free MCLE Domestic Violence Protection Act Restraining Orders & Limited Scope Representation Attorneys and Legal Professionals: Join us on Zoom for a 4-hour training on Domestic Violence and Limited Scope Representation. Get prepared to assist victims in court through Project First Step. Panelists from the Fresno Superior Court, Central […]

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Virginia Salmeron retires after 50 years at CCLS

Virginia Salmeron retires after 50 years at CCLS An interview on Channel 21 with long-time employee Virginia Salmeron and her daughter. Disclaimer Your use of this website, including posting comments will not create an attorney-client relationship. You should neither act nor refrain from acting based on information obtained from this site. None of the information […]

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COVID-19 Pro Bono Updates

Criminal Record Expungement – Public Information Session On October 10, 2020, CCLS in partnership with the Fresno County Public Defender Clean Slate Program, Root & Rebound, and Law Students for Community Advancement hosted a virtual public information session on criminal record expungement. PowerPoint Presentation Video Presentation Bankruptcy Question & Answer Session Volunteer attorneys Nancy Klepac […]

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