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  • Child Care Subsidies

    Information on the subsidized child care program that pays for part of the cost of child care for eligible families. It is managed by Child Care Information Services (CCIS). Content Detail

    By:
    Youth Justice Project
  • Food Stamp/SNAP Benefits

    The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is the name for the Food Stamp program. This brochure from Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network, Inc. explains how the program works to provide food to qualified families in need. Read More

    By:
    Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network, Inc.
    Read this in:
    Spanish / Español
    Russian / Pусский
    Vietnamese / Tiếng Việt
  • How to Appeal From District Justice Court

    Self-Help Booklet from MidPenn Legal Services which provides information on how to appeal a district justice court decision. Read More

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    MidPenn Legal Services
  • How to Sue At the Office of the Magisterial District Judge

    Information from MidPenn Legal Services on how to file suit on small claims in your local Office of the Magisterial District Judge. Read More

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    MidPenn Legal Services
  • Money! Money! Money! (Video)

    Consumer Law Tips for Survivors of Domestic Violence: Basic ideas about money management, some good ideas and some mistakes to avoid. Read More

    By:
    Neighborhood Legal Services Association
  • Responding to an IRS Audit If You Claimed Kids on Your Taxes

    Information from Philadelphia Legal Assistance about what to do if the IRS is asking you to provide proof of the claims you made on your tax return. Content Detail

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    Philadelphia Legal Assistance
  • Sheriff Sales

    Informational Brochure from MidPenn Legal Services on the Sheriff Sale process for collecting debts after a successful lawsuit. Read More

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    MidPenn Legal Services
  • SNAP (Food Stamps)

    Fact sheet from the Youth Justice Project on SNAP (Food Stamps), including who is eligible and how to apply. Content Detail

    By:
    Youth Justice Project
  • SSI Benefits

    Fact sheet on from the Youth Justice Project providing information on Supplemental Security Income Benefits to young people who may be disabled and receiving them or who might qualify for disability benefits. Content Detail

    By:
    Youth Justice Project
  • TANF (Cash Assistance)

    Fact sheet from the Youth Justice Project providing information on the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program for cash assistance, including information for low-income parents under 18 years old. Content Detail

    By:
    Youth Justice Project
  • Where to File a Claim for Wages

    A claim for unpaid wages can be filed with the U.S. Department of Labor, Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry, or Municipal Court. This chart lists information to help you determine where the claim should be filed. Content Detail

    By:
    Community Legal Services of Philadelphia
    Read this in:
    Spanish / Español
  • Young Adult Resource Guide - Youth Law Project

    Guide to services available to Youth in Philadelphia including: Child Care & Early Learning • Domestic Violence • Drop-In Centers • Drug & Alcohol Treatment • Education/ Career • Family Planning/Reproductive Health • Food Resources • General Health Services • Housing/ Shelter • Legal Services • Mental Health Services • Parenting Education • Teen Parent Resources • Other Resources Content Detail

    By:
    Youth Justice Project
  • Young Parents and Welfare Benefits

    Fact sheet from the Youth Justice Project providing information about the types of benefits that might be available to young parents and pregnant teens. Content Detail

    By:
    Youth Justice Project