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AIDS Legal Referral Panel (ALRP)
Address 1663 Mission St., Ste 500, San Francisco, CA 94103
Phone 415-701-1100 (New Clients) 415-701-1200 (Service Providers)
Email
Website http://www.alrp.org
Contact(s)
Hours M-F: 9:00am-5pm. Call for appt.
Language(s)
Summary [[SummaryText::Legal services for individuals with asymptomatic or symptomatic HIV or AIDS, and for persons who have experienced discrimination on the basis of HIV or AIDS. The Immigrant HIV Assistance Project (IHAP) assists low-income clients who are HIV + and have immigration issues. Provides pro bono [volunteer attorneys] to clients in political asylum, post-asylum adjustment of status, & citizenship. Can provide public benefits counseling and provide appropriate referrals.

Initial legal consultation is free of charge for all legal problems, including cases involving bankruptcy, eviction defense, insurance benefits, unemployment, worker's rights, SSI and other government benefits. Simple wills and durable powers of attorney are available free of charge. No criminal issues, civil cases only. The cost of all other legal matters that are referred to a panel attorney are based on the client's ability to pay. Client interviewed over the phone before referral to an attorney. No drop-in services. Spanish. Wheelchair accessible.|See article]]

1663 Mission St., Ste 500, San Francisco, CA 94103

415-701-1100 (New Clients)

415-701-1200 (Service Providers)

415-701-1400 (FAX)

M-F: 9:00am-5pm. Call for appt.

Legal services for individuals with asymptomatic or symptomatic HIV or AIDS, and for persons who have experienced discrimination on the basis of HIV or AIDS. The Immigrant HIV Assistance Project (IHAP) assists low-income clients who are HIV + and have immigration issues. Provides pro bono [volunteer attorneys] to clients in political asylum, post-asylum adjustment of status, & citizenship. Can provide public benefits counseling and provide appropriate referrals.

Initial legal consultation is free of charge for all legal problems, including cases involving bankruptcy, eviction defense, insurance benefits, unemployment, worker's rights, SSI and other government benefits. Simple wills and durable powers of attorney are available free of charge. No criminal issues, civil cases only. The cost of all other legal matters that are referred to a panel attorney are based on the client's ability to pay. Client interviewed over the phone before referral to an attorney. No drop-in services. Spanish. Wheelchair accessible.



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AIDS Legal Referral Panel (ALRP) - J

1663 Mission St., Ste 500, 94103

415-701-1100 (New Clients)

415-701-1200 (Service Providers)

415-701-1400 (FAX)

Website: www.alrp.org

M-F: 9:00am-5pm. Call for appt.


Legal services for individuals with asymptomatic or symptomatic HIV or AIDS, and for persons who have experienced discrimination on the basis of HIV or AIDS. The Immigrant HIV Assistance Project (IHAP) assists all low-income San Francisco residents who are HIV + and have any immigration problems. Prepares waivers for HIV positive individuals and represents immigrants and refugees who face exclusion because of HIV status. Represents clients in political asylum, post-asylum adjustment of status, citizenship and public benefits counseling.


Initial legal consultation is free of charge for all legal problems, including cases involving bankruptcy, eviction defense, insurance benefits, unemployment, worker's rights, SSI and other government benefits. No criminal issues, civil cases only. Simple wills and durable powers of attorney are available free of charge. The cost of all other legal matters that are referred to a panel attorney are based on the client's ability to pay. Client interviewed over the phone before referral to an attorney. No drop-in services. Spanish. Wheelchair accessible.

2013-2014 HAP Manual UpdatesEdit

The 2013-2014 HAP Manual has many changes that are not currently part of SFHomeless.net. The question is whether the wiki or the manual contains the most up to date information. The most efficient way to ensure the wiki has the best information is to add the 2013-2014 HAP Manual text into its respective wiki agency page under a new section “2013-2014 HAP Manual Updates”. It will then be up to future wiki users to determine whether and how to update the agency page with the new information.

AIDS Legal Referral Panel (ALRP) - J 1663 Mission St., Suite 500, 94103 415-701-1100 (New Clients) 415-701-1200 (Office Line) 415-701-1400 (Fax) www.alrp.org M–F: 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Call for appt.

ALRP provides legal services for individuals with asymptomatic or symptomatic HIV or AIDS and for persons who have experienced discrimination on the basis of HIV or AIDS. The Immigrant HIV Assistance Project (IHAP) assists all low-income San Francisco residents who are HIV + and have any immigration problems. ALRP prepares waivers for HIV positive individuals and represents immigrants and refugees who face exclusion because of HIV status. It represents clients in political asylum, post-asylum adjustment of status, citizenship and public benefits counseling.

Initial legal consultation is free of charge for all legal problems, including cases involving bankruptcy, eviction defense, insurance benefits, unemployment, worker’s rights, SSI and other government benefits, covering no criminal issues but civil cases only. Simple wills and durable powers of attorney are available free of charge. The cost of all other legal matters that are referred to a panel attorney are based on the client’s ability to pay. Clients are interviewed over the phone before referral to an attorney. No drop-in services are provided. Spanish speakers are accomodated. The location is wheelchair accessible.

AIDS Legal Referral Panel (ALRP) - K 1663 Mission St., Suite 500, 94103 415-701-1100 (New Clients) 415-701-1200 (Office Line ) 415-701-1400 (Fax) www.alrp.org Call to leave a message and a response will be made within 48 hours.

ALRP provides legal services for individuals with asymptomatic or symptomatic HIV or AIDS and for persons who have experienced discrimination on the basis of HIV or AIDS. The Immigrant HIV Assistance Project (IHAP) assists all low-income San Francisco residents who are HIV + and have any immigration problems. It prepares waivers for HIV positive individuals and represents immigrants and refugees who face exclusion because of HIV status. ALRP represents clients in political asylum, post-asylum adjustment of status, citizenship and public benefits counseling.

Initial legal consultation is free of charge for all legal problems, including cases involving bankruptcy, eviction defense, insurance benefits, unemployment, worker’s rights, SSI and other government benefits. No criminal issues are taken, civil cases only. Simple wills and durable powers of attorney are available free of charge. The cost of all other legal matters that are referred to a panel attorney are based on the client’s ability to pay. Clients are interviewed over the phone before referral to an attorney. No drop-in services available. Spanish speakers are welcome and facility is wheelchair accessible.

AIDS Legal Referral Panel (ALRP) - P 1663 Mission St., Suite 500, 94103 415-701-1100 (New Clients) 415-701-1200 (Service Providers) 415-701-1400 (Fax) Web site: www.alrp.org Call to leave a message and a response will be made within 48 hours.

Legal services for individuals with asymptomatic or symptomatic HIV or AIDS, and for persons who have experienced discrimination on the basis of HIV or AIDS. The Immigrant HIV Assistance Project (IHAP) assists all low-income San Francisco residents who are HIV + and have any immigration problems. Prepares waivers for HIV positive individuals and represents immigrants and refugees who face exclusion because of HIV status. Represents clients in political asylum, post-asylum adjustment of status, citizenship, and public benefits counseling.

Initial legal consultation is free of charge for all legal problems, including cases involving bankruptcy, eviction defense, insurance benefits, unemployment, worker’s rights, SSI and other government benefits. No criminal issues, civil cases only. Simple wills and durable powers of attorney are available free of charge. The cost of all other legal matters that are referred to a panel attorney are based on the client’s ability to pay. Client interviewed over the phone before referral to an attorney. No drop-in services. Languages: Spanish. Wheelchair accessible.

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