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Indy Legal Aid Programs

REACH

Rebuilding through Education, Advocacy & Community Outreach Holistically

The REACH Program helps clients rebuild their lives through education, advocacy, and community outreach.  Our holistic program focuses on the diverse needs of clients in the areas of family law, guardianships, housing, debt reduction, and end of life issues.  Our program strives to remove barriers so that our clients can thrive in their families, neighborhoods, and communities.

GAP

Golden Advocacy Program

The Golden Advocacy Program is dedicated to providing senior citizens the opportunity to retain their independence through access to a unique combination of legal and social resources. This holistic program focuses its efforts on the many and varied legal problems of the elderly, including housing, financial exploitation, consumer protection, landlord/tenant matters, adult and child guardianships, and end-of-life issues.

Orville H. Copsey Safe Housing Initiative (Housing Initiative)

 

The Housing Initiative is an all-encompassing program to help senior and mentally and physically disabled adults remain in their homes. Indy Legal Aid provides legal resolutions and obtains services to repair homes threatened with condemnation by the Marion County Health Department. These services strengthen neighborhoods and communities by keeping houses occupied, repaired, and on the tax rolls. The Housing Initiative is also included in the REACH and GAP Programs.

Re-Entry Program

 

When ex-offenders return to the community, they are often discriminated against because of their prior arrests and convictions. Indy Legal Aid's Re-Entry Program provides education, advocacy, legal advice, and representation to ex-offenders, thereby helping remove barriers to successful re-entry. For example, our attorneys help ex-offenders regain their driving privileges that are so important for employment; assistance with child support and visitation issues; and housing concerns, to name just a few.