Pratt Area Community Council is holding open office hours for Brooklyn residents that would like to discuss housing issues. This includes residents that need help with evictions, tenant association, or other concerns. Call 718-522-2613 x 032 for more information. Appointments are recommended.
On April 12th, the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs will co-host an executive action legal screening for immigrant New Yorkers who might be eligible for the DACA/DAPA programs. The event will be held on April 12th, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Temple Emanu-El, located at East 65th Street,Read More
Legal Services NYC will host a legal clinic on March 31, 2015 at 6:00pm for the LGBT community.
An info session in Spanish regarding DACA/DAPA sponsored by New York Immigration Coalition, Mayor’s Office of Immigrant affairs and New York City Council Member Carlos Menchaca, on Saturday 7th, 2015 at P.S. 503, in Brooklyn,.
Pratt Area Community Council, a Brooklyn staple that started in 1964, is now a non-profit with with four offices serving Fort Greene, Clinton Hill, Bedford Stuyvesant with the rest of Brooklyn. They host a number of events, workshops, and clinics monthly. Every Wednesday, starting Jan 21, 2015 the senior HealthRead More
This Sunday 12/7/14, there will be a free youth assistance and immigration clinic in the Bronx provided by The Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs, New York Legal Assistance Group, and The New York Immigration Coalition from 9am to 3pm. DOE Pathways to Graduation 1010 Reverend James A. Polite Ave Bronx, NY 10459 Sunday,Read More
An ongoing Legal Clinic will be held the 2nd Thursday of the month at 1 Hanson Place, Suite 201 Brooklyn, NY 11243 from 1:00 pm-4:00 pm. Appointments are required, please contact 718-260-9191 ext. 103
Nassau residents are still concerned about mortgage foreclosure issues two years after Superstorm Sandy hit the region. Fortunately, they can get help at Nassau County Bar Association’s Free Mortgage Foreclosure/Sandy Recovery Clinics, to be held Monday, November 3 and Monday, November 17, 3-6 p.m. at the Nassau County Bar Association, Read More
F ree English classes are now available for adults residing in NYC. The classes are provided by Grand Street Settlement, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to expand opportunities for low-income families and individuals by providing culturally relevant services that support community-building, advocacy, self-determination and an enriched quality of life. Read More
It’s hard to believe that Hurricane Sandy was two years ago! But even more shocking is the reality is that communities and homeowners are still coping with the aftermath of this Superstorm. Staten Island was one of these communities most affected. After Hurricane Sandy, a city report foundRead More