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Mariposa

Mariposa County

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Tulare

Tulare County

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Kings

Kings County

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Health

Health

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Merced

Merced County

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Tuolumne

Tuolumne County

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Fresno County

ContactPhone NumberAddressWebsite
Fresno County Bar Association(559) 264-01372444 Main Street, Suite 125, Fresno, CA 93721
Attorney Search Network1 (800) 215-1190
Tenants Together1-888-495-8020
CCLS Housing Clinic1130 "O" St Fresno CA 93721
Housing for Madera(559) 674-5671126 N B St, Madera, CA 93638
Adult Protective Services(559) 255-33832025 E. Dakota Ave.,Fresno Ca 93726
Public Defenders office(559) 600-35462220 Tulare St Ste 300, Fresno, CA 93721
District Attorney's Office(559) 600-31412220 Tulare St Ste 1000, Fresno, CA 93721
Department of Social Services(559) 600-13772135 Fresno Street, ste.100
Domestic Abuse Victims' Services/Shelters
Marjaree Mason(559) 237-4706 (559)-233-4357 24 hotline1600 "M" Street, Fresno, CA 93721
Centro La Familia559-237-2961302 Fresno St., Suite 102, Fresno, CA 93706
Self Help Center at the courthouse (559) 457-2100 or (866) 665-2345
Community Housing Council (Foreclosures)559-221-69192560 W. Shaw Ln #101 Fresno CA
Emergency Housing
Evangel Home264-4714
Homeless assistance Program Povellero House / Map Point (Multi-Agency Access Program)559-498-6988412 F. St. Fresno, CA 93706 open till 6pm.
Naomi's House (Female's Only)559-443-1531445 F. St. #3410 Fresno, CA 93706
PG&E Assistance
EOC (Fresno Economic Opportunity Commision)263-11351371 Stanislaus St. Fresno, Ca 93706
Center for New Americans559-255-83954879 E Kings Canyon Rd, Fresno, CA 93727
Centro La Famila559-237-296124 & 48 hour notices
Guardianship Workshop(559) 457-18881130 "O" St. Fresno, CA 93721 3rd Floor
Family Law Facilitators(559) 457-21001130 "O" St #104, Fresno CA 93721
Fresno County Public Law Library(559) 600-22271100 Van Ness Ave, Suite 600
Community food Bank(559) 237-36634010 E Amendola Dr, Fresno, CA 93725
Catholic Charitites(559) 237-0851149 N Fulton St, Fresno, CA 93701
Human Trafficking
Centro La FamilaPhone:(559) 237-2961Address: 302 Fresno St Suite 102, Fresno, CA 93706
ACLU of Northern CaliforniaP.O. Box 188, Fresno, CA 93707
California Rural Legal, Assistance Foundationation, (CRLAF)559-486-62782377 W. Shaw Avenue Suite 204, Fresno, CA 93728 www.crlaf.orgwww.crlaf.org
Central California Legal Services (CCLS)559-570-12432115 Kern St., Fresno, CA 93721
Centro Binacional para elDesarrollo Indígena Oaxaqueño(CBDIO)559-499-1178744 N Abby St., Fresno, CA 93701
Kids in Need of Defenses (KIND)559-240-4184550 W. Shaw Avenue, Suite 240, Room 10, Fresno CA 93710
Legal Aid at WorkBased in San Francisco but holds a legal clinic in Fresno every third Tuesday of the month. Worker's Rights Clinic Phone Consultations ONLY: 866-864-82082115 Kern St., Fresno, CA 93721
Centro La Familia Advocacy Services559-237-2961302 Fresno St., Suite 102, Fresno, CA 93706 www.centrolafamilia.orgwww.centrolafamilia.org
CRLA-FRESNO559-441-87213747 E Shields Ave, Fresno, CA 93726
California Rural Legal, Assistance Foundationation, (CRLAF)1921 N. Gateway Blvd., Ste. 102, Fresno, Ca 93727
ACLU of Northern California(415)621-2488P.O. Box 188, Fresno, CA 93707
39 Drumm St, San Francisco, CA 94111
Mexican Consulate(559) 233-9770
UFW (United Farm Workers Foundation)(559) 496-0700FRESNO, CA2409 Merced St., Suite 103, Fresno, CA93721
Services Immigrant Rights & Education Network (SIREN)559-840-00052904 N. Blackstone Street, Suite 202, Fresno, CA 93703 www.siren-bayarea.orgwww.siren-bayarea.org
San Joaquin College of Law (New American Legal Clinic)(559) 326-1553901 5th St Clovis
El Concilio de Fresno Immigration Project(559) 485-06791435 Fresno St #13, Fresno, CA 93706
Faith in the Valley559-206-0151ariana@faithinthevalley.org
Fresno Immigrant Youth in Action (FIYA)559-387-7651www.wearefiya.org
Education & LeadershipFoundation (ELF)559-291-54284290 E. Ashlan Ave., Fresno, CA 93726Office: (559) 291-5428Fax: (559) 291-5927info@education-leadership.orgwww.education-leadership.org
Mi Familia Vota(559) 473-60965228 E. Pine Ave., Fresno, Ca 93727
New American Legal Clinic atSan Joaquin College of Law(NALC)559-326-1553901 5th StreetClovis, CA 93612
Proteus, Inc.1-888-776-9998www.proteusinc.org
Daca IssuesCBDIO 559-499-1178
Rental/Utility Assistance
(559) 233-01391854 Fulton St Fresno 93721
United Way211
Parlier(559) 646-3545
CRLA-MADERA(559) 674-5671126 N B St, Madera, CA 93638
Fresno Small Claims1130 "O" St #104, Fresno, CA 93721
(559) 457-2174
Social Security Office1-800-772-1213
Robert Ishikawa (SSI)(559) 432-9600
Jeff Milam (SSI)1-800-439-8653330 N Fulton St, Fresno, CA 93701
Melissa Proudian (SSI)1-800-655-8212
Traffic Superior Court(559) 457-17002317 Tuolumne Street Fresno 93721
Child Protective Services(559)600-6400 (559)-600-8320 hotline1404 L St. Fresno St. 93721
Mental Health- NAMI559-224-24697545 N Del Mar Ave # 105, Fresno, CA 93711
Mental Health through Medi-Cal1-800-654-3937
Fresno Code Enforcement(559) 621-84002600 Fresno St. 3rd Flr., Fresno, CA 93721
Fresno Better Business BureauPhone:(800) 675-81182600 W Shaw lane, Fresno CA 93711
Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission(559) 263-10001920 Mariposa Mall #300, Fresno, CA 93721
Department of Fair Employment and HousingPhone: (800) 884-1684
(916) 478-72512218 Kausen Drive, # 100, Elk Grove, CA 95758
(559) 244-47601320 E. Shaw Avenue # 150, Fresno, CA 93710
CONSUMER AFFAIRS(800) 952-5210
Labor Commission770 Shaw Ave # 315, Fresno, CA 93710(559) 244-5340
Division of Environmental Health(559) 600-3357 FAX (559) 600-76291221 Fulton Mall, 3rd Floor P. O. Box 11867, Fresno CA 93775-1867
Health cases for undoc childrenCBDIO 559-499-1178744 N Abby St, Fresno, CA 93701
Veterans Services
San Joaquin Valley Vets (WestCare)(559) 255-8838
VA Homeless Program1 (877) 424-3838
Fair Housing Council of Central California Fresno(559) 244-2950333 W Shaw Ave # 14, Fresno, CA 93704
211 UNITED WAY559-244-5710http://www.valley211.org/home/
CSET559-732-4194
Mariposa County Resource InformationUpdated 10/14/16, verified some by Cher
IMPORTANT CONTACT INFORMATION for Mariposa County is now on wallet-sized business cards FREE from the Health Department, Pioneer Market and Mariposa Library.
911 – Police, fire and medical emergency
209-966-3615 Mariposa County Sheriff
1-888-966-1133 local health and emergency safety news
209-966-3631 John C. Fremont Hospital: emergency medical
209-966-7000 Human Services: 24/7 crisis hotline, mental health, child and adult abuse referrals
1-888-506-5991: 24/7 suicide prevention counseling
209-966-5315 Senior Community Center: lunch, meal delivery, outreach, programs, assistance, transportation, Veterans
209-966-2140 Library: tutoring, adult education, computer training, AARP Tax Aide, Internet, WIFI, Seed Bank
209-966-3643 Job Connection: FREE employment services
209-966-2350 Mountain Crisis Services: 24/7 hotline support, counseling and advocacy to prevent abuse, bullying, violence, or sexual assault
209-966-2211 Mariposa Safe Families: alcohol, drug and child abuse prevention and resource center
209-742-7985 Manna House: FREE groceriesNOTE: unverified
Rehabilitation Centers In Fresno County
WestCare California MLK559-265-48002772 Martin L. King Jr. Blvd, Fresno, CA 93706
Fresno New Connection559-248-15484411 N. Cedar Ave. #108 Fresno, CA 93726
Heritage House: alcohol and drug prevention support center209-966-7770
209-742-5821 Road House: mental health wellness center
209-742-4256 Ethos: youth drop in center
209-966-7433 RIDE: One-stop county-wide transportation information
209-966-2000 Human Services: mental health services, drug and alcohol abuse services, Child Welfare and Adult Protective Services, In-home Supportive Services, Welfare-to-Work program. Eligibility for cash assistance, medical coverage, CALFresh food stamps, Weatherization and Energy Assistance
209-966-3689 Health Department: testing for HIV, STD, TB, pregnancy. Immunizations, Family Planning, Smart Start (parents & baby support services) CCS, Dental Health for children 0-6, Child Health and Disability Prevention, S.A.F.E. program, Public Health Emergency Services
209-532-6272 Agency on agingNOTE: unverified
Mariposa Housing Authority Sect. 85100 Bullion St. Mariposa, CA 95338209-966-3222 (Sect 8 Housing)
Family Law Facilitator5092 Jones St. Mariposa, CA 95338209-966-5320 (Family & divorce)
Mariposa Self-Help Center5060 Bullion st. Mariposa, CA 95338209-9661600 (Family & divorce)

Tulare County

Tulare County Resource Table

Merced County

Merced County Resource Table

Mariposa County

Mariposa County Resource Table

Kings County

Kings County Resource Table

Tuolumne County

Tuolumne County Resource Table

Health Referral Resources

Health Resource Table

Our Service Areas

Central California Legal Services helps people get health care: we contact insurance companies, and doctors, hospitals, and other health care providers, to make sure they give patients essential treatment as the law requires. We represent people who are being harassed or sued for medical debt, working with the debt collectors or going to court as needed. CCLS also helps with Medi-Cal (including Medi-Cal Estate Recovery), Medicare, and Covered California issues. Get more information by calling our Health Consumer Center at 1-800-675-8001, ext. 1271 or find health resources at LawHelpCA.org and HealthConsumer.org.

Central California Legal Services helps families avoid homelessness, and protects their right to safe and decent housing. We help tenants in disputes with their landlords, and we bring cases to ensure local governments follow the law to make sure there is enough decent housing for low-income residents. Low-income Fresno County tenants (and landlords too) can receive legal information and help with eviction documents at the Fresno Superior Court, B.F. Sisk Courthouse, every Tuesday and Thursday. Get more information by calling our Legal Advice Line at 1-800-675-8001 or find housing resources at LawHelpCA.org.

Central California Legal Services helps victims escape domestic violence or abuse, and get back on their feet financially. We help survivors of human trafficking with legal services and referrals, and where appropriate, immigration relief through T-Visas. We meet with victims confidentially. We help them obtain and renew restraining orders, and we provide in-court representation in some cases. We also help families care for children whose parents cannot make daily decisions for them: in two free Guardianship Workshops a month, staff explains the court process, reviews forms, answers general questions, and can provide one-on-one assistance to qualified litigants. Get more information about any of these services by calling our Legal Advice Line at 1-800-675-8001 or find family resources at LawHelpCA.org.

Central California Legal Services helps struggling families to keep their heat and electricity on. We negotiate affordable payment plans with utility companies, help people respond to “past due” and “shut-off” notices, and make sure that consumers are enrolled in all energy savings and benefits programs for which they are eligible. We also help non-English-speaking clients understand their telephone and cellphone service bills—including service “bundles” and “promotional pricing” schemes—and help them to dispute improper charges. Get more information by calling our Legal Advice Line at 1-800-675-8001 or find utility resources at LawHelpCA.org.

Central California Legal Services helps workers with disputes about wages, overtime pay and unemployment insurance. At our monthly Workers’ Rights Clinic, our volunteer attorneys offer free one-on-one consultations to workers with wage claims, or who are experiencing job-related harassment, retaliation, or wrongful termination. The Clinic is held every third Tuesday at 6:00pm in our Fresno office. Individuals can also participate via video teleconference from our Visalia and Merced offices. Get more information by calling our Legal Advice Line at 1-800-675-8001 or find employment resources at LawHelpCA.org.

Central California Legal Services provides many types of services for people age 60 and older. We protect them from physical and financial abuse, giving legal information and advice to seniors and caregivers, referring seniors to other service providers, and in some cases representing seniors in court proceedings. We prepare important documents for older clients, to make sure their wishes are known and followed, such as Financial and Medical Powers of Attorney, and Advance Healthcare Directives. We also help seniors who are victims of unfair business and debt collection practices, including high-pressure energy efficiency or other home improvement contracts. We offer free legal advice to eligible individuals, and may provide free legal representation in some cases. Get more information by calling our Legal Advice Line at 1-800-675-8001 or find seniors resources at LawHelpCA.org.

Central California Legal Services offers two free monthly legal clinics for eligible veterans. In one clinic we help veterans with simple estate planning, to make sure their wishes are known and followed. In the other clinic, we help veterans rejoin the workforce by expunging criminal records. Schedule an appointment by calling (559) 487-5660 or find veterans resources at LawHelpCA.org.

Central California Legal Services helps crime victims apply for certain types of immigration relief, including U-Visas and T-Visas. We also help qualified Lawful Permanent Residents (green card holders) apply for United States citizenship. Get more information by calling our Legal Advice Line at 1-800-675-8001 or find immigration resources at LawHelpCA.org.

Central California Legal Services helps families get, and keep, public benefits such as Social Security and SSI, Disability, CalWorks, Calfresh, General Assistance, Unemployment, and In-Home Supportive Services. We give legal advice about benefits issues, and we represent people who have applied for benefits but were denied, and people facing “overpayment” issues. Get more information by calling our Legal Advice Line at 1-800-675-8001 or find benefits resources at LawHelpCA.org.

Central California Legal Services assists income-qualified individuals and families.

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