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Equal Rights Advocates
Address 1170 Market Street, Suite 700, SF, CA 94102
Phone 415-621-0672 (Office) , 800-839-4372 (Toll Free Advice and Counseling Line) , 415-621-6744 (FAX)
Email info@equalrights.org
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Hours M-F: 9-5:30 (Office) ;Advice and Counseling Line - Helpline: You will need to leave a message and someone will return your call if we can help with your legal issue.
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1170 Market Street, Suite 700, San Francisco, CA 94102

415-621-0672 (Office)

800-839-4372 (Toll Free Advice and Counseling Line)

415-621-6744 (FAX)

info@equalrights.org (Email)

M-F: 9-5:30 (Office)

Advice and Counseling Line - Helpline: You will leave a voice message for then hear from someone at ERA if they can help with your legal problem.

Provides legal leadership in the fight for women's equality. Brings lawsuits to achieve economic security for low income women, remove the double discrimination against women of color and expand options for immigrant women. Counsels callers around the country about their legal rights, and advocates legislative and administrative remedies. Toll-free, multi-lingual Advice and Counseling Hotline for women and girls seeking answers to their questions about discrimination they have experienced in the workplace or at school.

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Equal Rights Advocates - HH 180 Howard Street, Suite 300, 94105 415-621-0672 (Office) 415-575-2399 (Spanish) 800-839-4372 (Advice and Counseling Line) 415-621-6744 (Fax) http://www.equalrights.org/ M–F: 9 a.m.–5:30 p.m. (Office). Hours of operation change throughout the year. No drop ins.

Provides legal leadership in the fight for women’s equality. Brings lawsuits to achieve economic security for low income women, remove the double discrimination against women of color, and expand options for immigrant women. Counsels callers around the country about their legal rights and advocates legislative and administrative remedies. Toll-free, multi-lingual Advice and Counseling Hotline for women and girls seeking answers to their questions about discrimination they have experienced in the workplace or at school.