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The South Central Pension Rights Project (SCPRP) of Texas Legal Services Center provides regional pension counseling and information services. Our mission is to help individuals understand and exercise their pension rights. We provide services free of charge to workers and retirees or their family members. Please click the link for more information on how this organization may be able to help. 
The South Texas Pro Bono Asylum Representation Project (ProBAR) provides high quality pro bono legal services to immigrants and asylum seekers who have been detained in South Texas by the United States government. Please click the link for more information on how this service may be able to help. 
The Southern Disability Law Center provides free individual and systemic legal representation to persons with disabilities who have been denied Medicaid services. Please click the link for more information on how this service may be able to help you. 
If you are a migrant and/or seasonal farm worker in Tennessee, Kentucky, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, or Alabama and you need help with employment law you can contact Southern Migrant Legal Services for assistance. Click the link for more information. 
This program provides access to attorneys offering advice on a wide variety of non-criminal law topics, at the Spicewood Library once a month. Please click this link for more information. 
St. Mary’s University School of Law offers four clinical courses for second- and third-year law students: Civil Justice Clinic - Consumer Protection, Civil Justice Clinic-Family Law, Immigration and Human Rights Clinic, and Criminal Justice Clinic. The clinical courses are dedicated to educating students at St. Mary’s while addressing the otherwise unmet legal needs of income-qualified people in San Antonio and South Texas. Please click the link for more information on how these clinics may be able to help you.   
The State Bar of Texas Lawyer Referral and Information Service serves over 246 counties in Texas. If you would like help to find the right lawyer to hire for your case, you can contact the State Bar of Texas Lawyer Referral Service. Please click the link for more information. 
See About Us at the web site of the Supreme Court of Texas Permanent Judicial Commission for Children, Youth and Families. 
The Tahirih Justice Center provides pro bono legal services in immigration and family law, as well as holistic case management support, social and medical service referrals. Please click the link for more information. 
The Tarrant County Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service serves Tarrant County. If you would like help to find the right lawyer to hire for your case, you can contact the Tarrant County Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service. Please click the link for more information. 
LegalLine is a community service program offered twice a month by the Tarrant County Bar Association.  Please click this link for more information. 
This law school clinic can provide legal representation in family law, veterans, social security, and SSI disability issues. Please click the link for more information on how this organization may be able to help you.
If you live in Tarrant County and have a legal problem listed below, you may qualify for free help from the attorneys and law students at the Family and Veterans Advocacy Clinic at Texas A&M School of Law. Legal problems we can help with:
The Parenting Order Legal Line Access and Visitation Hotline provides basic legal information about establishing a parenting order and understanding parents' legal rights and responsibilities, and court-ordered parenting schedules, too.  Callers who need legal advice will be referred to attorneys for more extensive services.
The Texas Advocacy Project operates the Hope Line for you to get free legal advice on family violence, sexual assault, and more. Please click here for more information on how this service can help you. 
The Texas Advocacy Project's Assisted Pro Se (APS) service helps you if you are not able to access traditional legal services.  “Pro se” simply means to act on one’s own behalf. APS services include helping you prepare legal documents for divorces, protective orders, modifications, general legal advice, and related matters. And Texas Advocacy Project's APS services are always free.
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The Texas Civil Rights Project advocates for racial, social, and economic equality in Texas through education and litigation programs. TCRP brings lawsuits related to prison conditions, provides help to immigrant victims of domestic violence, and U-Visa legal representation may also be able to help with issues involving discrimination. Please click the link for more information on how this organization may be able to help you.
The Immigrant Victims of Abuse Project provides free immigration services to immigrant survivors of abuse living in rural and underserved areas of Texas. Abuse does not have to be physical; it could also be psychological, sexual or economic. Please click the link for more information on how this program can help you. 
From their website: The Texas Education Agency is the state agency that oversees primary and secondary public education. It is headed by the commissioner of education. The mission of TEA is to provide leadership, guidance and resources to help schools meet the educational needs of all students.