|Legal Aid Society of San Francisco - Employment Law Center - Language Rights Information Line|
|Address||1663 Mission St., Ste 400, 94103|
|Language(s)||Chinese (Cantonese, Mandarin), English and Spanish|
1663 Mission St., Ste 400, 94103
24 hour recorded message
A free and confidential legal service for individuals who have been discriminated against in employment, public services or other areas because of the language they speak, their accent or for some other reason related to their language. Leave a message describing your situation and someone will call you back. Services are offered in Chinese (Cantonese, Mandarin), English and Spanish.
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Employment Law Center-Legal Aid Society of San Francisco - G 180 Montgomery St. Suite 600, 94104 415-864-8848 (Phone) 415-593-0096 (Fax) TTY/TDD Line: (415) 593-0091 firstname.lastname@example.org Workers’ Rights Clinics Information Line: (415) 864-8208 or 866-864-8208 (toll free) The mission of this agency is to protect the legal rights of low-wage earners. It strongly believes that stable working conditions and a living wage strengthen families and communities. It helps those who are most at risk of poverty to avoid the downward spiral that can come from losing a job. The LAS–ELC helps people protect their workplace rights regardless of their ability to pay.