The California Department of Aging funds Legal Services Projects for older persons through the network of local Area Agencies on Aging. The projects identify legal problems and legal service needs of older individuals and adults with disabilities within their communities.
The Department aids the Area Agencies on Aging in evaluating their senior Legal Services Projects with a view to increasing the quantity and quality of services. Through the Association of Legal Service Programs for Older Californians, the Department provides individual and group technical assistance to senior legal service projects.
A total of 39 California Senior Legal Services Projects assist the state's seniors and adults with disabilities with a variety of legal problems concerning housing, consumer fraud, elder abuse, Social Security, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Medicare, Medi-Cal, age discrimination, pensions, nursing homes, protective services, conservatorships, and other matters.
- Legal Assistance Providers - by County
- Legal Services (Title IIIB) Reports
- 2015 CA Statewide Guidelines for Legal Assistance
- California Legal Services Intake Form (CDA 1021)
- California Legal Services Quaterly Aggregate Report (CDA 1022)