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Legal Aid’s COVID-19 Resources


Legal Aid continues serving our clients and our community at this critical time. Our entire team across five counties and four offices is working remotely to resolve fundamental problems for our clients and work toward systemic solutions related to shelter, safety and economic security.  We stay engaged with our clients, colleagues, partners and volunteer attorneys via phone, text, video and email. Online intake is accessible 24/7 and telephone intake is open during select business hours.

Legal Aid is proud to share the below information about evolving legal rights and remedies related to the coronavirus pandemic.  Toggle below to see brochures, FAQs, and news on specific coronavirus topics.

We know this is a time of uncertainty and confusion, so we increased legal education posts on this page, Twitter, and Facebook. Knowledge is power and we strive to give people accurate information to make decisions and plan effectively for themselves and their families during these uncertain and stressful times. We will continue to expand this community education as new issues arise.

Beyond this, Legal Aid now offers a Worker Information Line and a Tenant Information Line!  People with questions about employment rights, benefits or unemployment assistance should call 216-861-5899 in Cuyahoga County or 440-210-4532 from Ashtabula, Geauga, Lake or Lorain Counties.

Tenants should call 216-861-5955 in Cuyahoga County or 440-210-4533 from Ashtabula, Geauga, Lake or Lorain Counties. The Tenant Information Line continues to help answer questions about housing rights for tenants.

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