Where can I find legal assistance to get out of this abusive relationship?
If you are in need of help,
Indianhead Community Action Agency's
Legal Assistance for Victims Program
may be your answer.
The Legal Assistance for Victims Program provides legal representation for the following:
- Child Custody & Placement
- Child Support
- Unemployment Compensation
- Immigration Issues
- Access to Fair and Affordable Housing
- Other Areas That Will Ensure Safety and Independence of Victims
- Are you the victim of domestic violence, dating violence, stalking or sexual assault?
- Are you concerned about your abusive partner taking your children from you?
- Are you concerned about your abusive partner taking your belongings?
- Are you afraid you will be homeless and without options?
- Do you need legal assistance because of issues that are a consequence of domestic abuse and violence, dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking?
If you answered yes to even one of the questions above, you may qualify for free legal services though Indianhead Community Action Agency's Legal Assistance for Victims Program.
In addition to free legal services, our attorneys can direct you to other agencies and social services providers in your county that will give you housing options, utility assistance, food, and other services. You do have choices and through our Legal Assistance for Victims Program, we will make you aware of what your choices are.
Every call is confidential and answered by one of our attorneys providing legal assistance through the program. They can provide you with information about our program and what is required to access free legal services.
Contact Melissia (715-415-0397) if you live in Barron, Burnett, Dunn, Pepin, Pierce, Polk, St. Croix, Sawyer or Washburn Counties.
Contact Kate (715-415-0481) if you live in Clark, Marathon, Price, Rusk, Taylor or Wood Counties.
OPTIONS • CONNECTIONS • SUPPORT • FREE • CONFIDENTIAL
Indianhead Community Action Agency's Legal Assistance for Victims Program is funded in part through a federal grant with the U.S. Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women, the Otto Bremer Foundation and through other foundations and donors.