Legal Aid Resources

A private, non-profit organization that provides protection and advocacy for the rights of Massachusetts residents with disabilities.

11 Beacon Street Suite 925, Boston, MA 02108

617-723-8455

A private, nonprofit, nonpartisan legal organization that provides pro bono legal representation to victims of discrimination based on race or national origin.

294 Washington Street, #443, Boston, MA 02108

617-482-1145

Suffolk Law school Clinic which represents students at school, court, and special education hearings, as well as in mediation/resolution sessions.

Suffolk University Law School, 120 Tremont Street, Suite 160H, Boston, MA 02108

617-305-3208

A  statewide family organization that advocates for improved access to mental health services for children, youth, and families.

45 Bromfield Street, 10th Floor, Boston, MA 02108

Toll Free: 866-815-8122

EdLaw is an initiative of the Children’s Law Center of Massachusetts and the Youth Advocacy Division that provide young people with legal representation in cases of school discipline, academic failure, undetected special needs, inadequate education while in state custody, and ineffective reintegration after incarceration.

44 Bromfield Street, 2nd Floor, Boston, MA 02108

Helpline- 617-988-8460

Free non-criminal legal services for low-income people in Greater Boston.

197 Friend Street, Boston, MA 02114

617-371-1234

800-323-3205 (Toll-free)

617-371-1228 (TDD)

Do you need help with a legal problem in Massachusetts?

The Legal Resource Finder search results will give you contact information for legal aid programs, nonprofits, government agencies and court programs that may be able to help you with your legal issue for free or at a low cost. It will also give you links to legal information and self-help materials.

A private non-profit organization that provides a legal helpline and legal assistance to Boston students, in particular students with disabilities, students who have been expelled or suspended from school, and students traumatized by family violence or other experiences. They also advocate for students dealing with the effects of zero tolerance discipline.

25 Kingston Street, 2nd Floor, Boston, MA 02111

617-357-8431

Helpline 617-357-8431, X224

A non-profit organization and community resource center that supports parents of children with disabilities in Boston. Provides disability related support, information, and training in multiple languages for families who have children with disabilities, as well as young adults with disabilities in Boston.

One Westinghouse Plaza Building D, Suite 11, Hyde Park, MA 02136

617-206-4570

A committee of the Massachusetts Legislature which works to protect the rights of persons with mental health issues from discrimination. They can help you with legal issues related to mental with basic advice and referral information.

24 School Street, 8th Floor, Boston, MA 02108

Toll Free: 617-338-2345800-342-9092