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Community resources to help you address legal concerns.

You don't need to navigate this alone. Anoka-Ramsey Community College Counselors are available to meet with students who are struggling with mental health or basic needs.

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Central Minnesota Legal Services out of MPLS

Provides free legal help to low income individuals and families to assist with civil legal issues.

 

 Learn more online.

Home Line Tenant Hotline

Free hotline for Minnesota renters.

 

 Learn more online.

Immigrant Law Center

ILCM provides free brief legal advice and full representation to immigrants and refugees in Minnesota who qualify for services.

 

 Learn more online or call 651-641-1011.

Judicare of Anoka County

A non-profit corporation that provides free legal representation in non-criminal matters to low income residents of Anoka County.

 

 Learn more online.

Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid

At Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid (a non-profit law firm), we specialize in providing professional legal help to Minnesotans who traditionally lack access to the American justice system and cannot afford the services of a private attorney. These groups generally include: people with low incomes, seniors and people with disabilities. 

 

 Learn more online.

Minnesota Judicial Branch Self-Help Center

A Self-Help Center is a place where you can find helpful information, services and resources about your legal problem if you are not represented by an attorney. The Self-Help Centers assist people who represent themselves in the Minnesota District Courts.

 

 Learn more online.

Volunteer Lawyers Network

 

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