GRAP, the General Relief Advocacy Project, is a unique opportunity for students to perform legal advocacy on behalf of people in L.A. struggling with homelessness, starvation, and extreme poverty, and connect them to vital shelter, food, health and transportation services.
Want to earn pro bono hours and help actual clients with a minimal time commitment? Join us as we travel to the Department of Social Services to advocate for applicants to receive the assistance to which they are legally entitled. Under the supervision of a licensed attorney, advocates will also assist clients by providing them with referrals to organizations and service providers who can help with the clients’ other legal, medical, and social service needs.
Our next GRAP Service Days are announced on our GRAP page.
For more information, please RSVP to Daniel Ediger.
Photo Source: Homeless Tales