We’ve created innovative partnerships with other local non-profits to yield lasting change in moving families out of poverty and towards economic self-sufficiency.
For example, we have assisted over 6,000 children and their families with issues such as: unsafe housing conditions, obtaining medical coverage, and protecting mothers and children from domestic abuse through our award-winning Child HeLP Medical-Legal Partnership with Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.
Read more about the difference Legal Aid’s partnership programs make in the community by clicking on the photo to the left.
To sustain these effective collaborations and continue helping families resolve legal problems, we ask for your support.
Who We Are
Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati provides legal representation, information, advice and referral for people in need of legal help. We are affiliated with the Legal Aid Society of Southwest Ohio, LLC, and also coordinate services with the Volunteer Lawyers Project (VLP). Lower-income residents of Brown, Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton, Highland, and Warren Counties are eligible for Legal Aid services. We will arrange for services in any language. For Ohio Relay Services, call 1-800-750-0750.
The Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati has been providing legal services in our community for over one hundred years. Legal Aid hosts Legal Aid Line to provide quick telephone access to services. There is no need to come to the office to request legal assistance.
Legal Aid has developed programs to meet the needs of our client community. Learn more by clicking on the About Us tab above.
Get Help Today (513) 241-9400 or Toll Free 1-800-582-2682
Volunteer Lawyers Project
The Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati coordinates its work with the the Volunteer Lawyers Project (VLP). VLP pro bono lawyers provide high-quality legal services to low-income citizens in seven southwest Ohio counties: Brown, Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton, Highland, and Warren. The VLP recruits private attorneys to handle at least two pro bono cases each year. Cases handled by Volunteer Lawyers are common to a general civil practice and may require anything from one hour of work to full-scale representation.