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Response to COVID-19

Our staff will be working remotely until further notice but our main intake lines will remain open, and our staff can be reached through their regular email and phone lines.  Stay well.

To access our online intake application, please go to: atlantalegalaid.org/apply

To learn more about how we are responding to this crisis and to access resources, visit atlantalegalaid.org/our-response-to-covid-19/

CALL THE OFFICE NEAREST TO YOU

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Fulton County / Downtown Headquarters
54 Ellis St. NE Atlanta, GA 30303

404-524-5811

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Clayton and S. Fulton Counties
777 Cleveland Ave. SW, Suite 410, Atlanta, GA 30315

404-669-0233

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Cobb County
30 South Park Sq., Marietta, GA 30060

770-528-2565

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DeKalb County
246 Sycamore St., Decatur, GA 30030

404-377-0701

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Gwinnett County
324 W. Pike St., Suite 200, Lawrenceville, GA 30046

678-376-4545

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The Georgia Senior Legal Hotline

For persons 60 or over

(404) 657-9915
or toll free 1(888) 257-9519.

MEDIA INQUIRIES

Reporter?
Researcher?
Writer?

Please contact Angie Tacker at ajtacker@atlantalegalaid.org with a detailed request and your deadline.

Media Policy

Atlanta Legal Aid values its relationship with the press and other media. In addition to wonderful advocacy opportunities, we have a full slate of nationally recognized experts in a variety of legal practices:

  • Predatory and usurious lending/loan fraud, consumer issues
  • Family law, domestic violence, adoption, child support, special education
  • Landlord/tenant
  • Elder law, incuding benefits, nursing home, abuse, and neglect
  • Public benefits including Social Security, SSI, unemployment, public housing
  • Wills and advance directives
  • Disability rights and accommodation issues including access to benefits

In addition, we have amazing clients with incredible stories and some of the best advocates and practitioners of poverty law in the country. They would love to tell you their stories.

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