Ryan White Legal Services


Call your nearest Nevada legal services office and fill out a service receipt (our office hours in Las Vegas and Reno are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.). You can find information about our offices on our contact page. Inform another Ryan White provider that you would like to be referred to Nevada Legal Services for legal assistance. Other housing, family, consumer and utility services may also be available from Nevada Legal Services through funds other than Ryan White for individuals eligible for our general entity. Legal Aid provides comprehensive legal advice and representation to low-income Broward County residents living with HIV. Our HIV Law Project is a Ryan White-funded legal advocacy program that provides representation to eligible clients in the following areas: Nevada Legal Services` Ryan White/HIV Impact Project provides free civil law and legal education services to individuals enrolled in Ryan White Part B or living with HIV and living in Nevada. The legal support provided by the project aims to address the unhealthy legal needs of people living with HIV/AIDS so that they can focus on their health. U.S. citizenship, LPR status or any other eligible immigration status is required to open a file. We will also inquire about Ryan White`s listing while taking it.

Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. The Ryan White Project provides free legal services to Maryland residents living with HIV and AIDS living in Baltimore City or Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Harford, Howard or Queen Anne counties. Individuals with household incomes at or below 500% of the federal poverty line may be eligible. Services are designed to be reassuring and allow individuals to focus on their core struggle, without discrimination – fighting the effects of HIV/AIDS and staying healthy. Maryland Legal Aid`s support is an integral part of a holistic and comprehensive continuum of care for each client. If you have a legal problem, legal aid lawyers provide brief advice, referral and, in some cases, direct representation in cases involving housing, social security disability and other public benefits, real estate and pre-planning, consumer debt/bankruptcy assistance, and HIV-related civil rights. including privacy, access to health care and discrimination in the workplace. We cannot help you in criminal cases. For over 20 years, Legal Aid has provided free legal aid to low-income people living with HIV/AIDS through its Ryan White Legal Aid Program. Access to civil legal aid is an essential component of health care and well-being. The Ryan White Legal Aid Program helps meet the legal needs of people living with HIV/AIDS so they can focus on their health and maintaining care.

Before receiving legal assistance, clients must be up to date with their Ryan White Part A rights. Contact the Centralized Admission and Eligibility Program (CIED) at 954-566-1417 for more information and to be eligible for all Ryan White services in the county, including legal services. Click here for a list of offices and phone numbers, or you can request services online. Hispanic Unity5840 Johnson Street, Hollywood(954) 964-8884 Northwest Coral Springs Family Success Center10077 NW 29th Street, Coral Springs(954) 761-2121 Visit the Ryan White Part B Forensic Partnership on Fridays 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at: Huntridge Family Clinic1830 E. Sahara Ave., Suite 201Las Vegas, NV 89104 If you have experienced discrimination because of your HIV status, need help accessing government benefits, If you have any questions, please call (866) 635-2948. General brochureHIV Act Project brochurePractice and Policy Guide: Aging with HIVBroward Regional Health Planning Council (BRHPC)BRHPC Centralized Intake and Eligibility Attend one of the various Ryan White Part B Ask-A-Lawyer events.

Carver Ranches Family Success Center4733 N.W. 3rd Avenue, Pompano Beach(954) 985-1920 Legal advice in the project ranges from consultation to full representation, depending on the scope of the problem and the availability of staff. Hepburn Multipurpose Center750 N.W. 8th Avenue, Hallandale (945) 457-1460 This project is/was funded by the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under X07HA0001 ($9,116,697) and Ryan White Care Act Title II. Such information or content and conclusions are those of the author and should not be construed as an official position or policy of HRSA, HHS or the U.S. Government, and no endorsement should be derived. Proof of residency, income and HIV status is required to open a file. Referrals are accepted by health care providers or call 414-727-5300 for more information on making an admission appointment with a lawyer.

You can also complete an online admission form through this website by clicking on the Online Admission link in the menu.