Maryland Legal Aid’s Foreclosure Legal Assistance Project (FLAP) provides free legal representation to homeowners at all stages of the foreclosure process. Advice and referrals to other resources are provided to those whom we are unable to represent
Maryland Legal Aid’s Community Lawyering Initiative places highly-skilled lawyers directly in under-served neighborhoods to provide free, life-changing legal assistance.
The Ryan White Project provides free legal services crucial to Maryland residents who are HIV positive or who have AIDS and live in Baltimore City or Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Harford, Howard, or Queen Anne’s Counties.
Maryland Legal Aid’s Joining Forces Project is a free, statewide legal telephone hotline specifically for low-income individuals who have served in any branch of the military. Callers receive direct and immediate access to legal assistance and brief advice on a wide range of civil legal issues.
Maryland Legal Aid’s Farmworker program provides education to farm workers about their legal rights. Advocacy is offered on behalf of farm workers to resolve disputes related to their employment.
Maryland Legal Aid’s Long-Term Care Assistance Project provides free legal help for low-income persons to get the long-term health care they need in the setting of their choice, whether that is at home, in the community through assisted living, or in a nursing home.