Last year, The Legal Aid Society's Civil Practice Program worked to improve the lives of low-income New Yorkers by helping vulnerable families and individuals to obtain and maintain the basic necessities of life - housing, health care, food and subsistence income or self-sufficiency as well as enhancing family and community stability and security by resolving a full range of legal problems, including domestic violence, family law, immigration, employment, and consumer law issues.
The Civil Practice operates out of a network of 16 neighborhood and courthouse-based offices in all five boroughs and 22 specialized units and projects.
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