Our team operates free legal clinics at community health centers, soup kitchens and food pantries throughout New York City to assist clients on a walk-in basis.
We help with:
eviction and termination cases
housing court issues
*Our Manhattan NYCHA clinic is for NYCHA tenants.
**Our Brooklyn housing clinics help tenants in zip codes 11206, 11207, 11208, 11212, 11215, 11217, 11231, 11233, 11237. And unfortunately, we cannot take on Brooklyn NYCHA tenant cases at this time.
public assistance problems
SNAP (Food Stamp) problems
general legal referrals
screening for SNAP (Food Stamp) eligibility
budgeting of SNAP (Food Stamps)
referrals to soup kitchens and food pantries
We advise, assist, and represent individuals facing an eviction, rent overcharges, or negligent landlords; as well as individuals with questions about or issues with the Human Resource Administration’s (HRA) public benefits programs.
NEED HELP FINDING COUNSEL?
SNP provides free legal services to low and no income New Yorkers with housing or public benefits issues. Click below for our legal clinic schedules.
We welcome your questions and comments
The Safety Net Project does not conduct client intake at our Rector Street Office. For information about our services and walk-in clinics, check out our legal clinic schedules.