San Francisco Homeless Resource

2013-2014 HAP Manual Updates[]

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Justice and Diversity Center of the Bar Association of San Francisco (JDC, formerly Volunteer Legal Services Program - VLSP) – (see also Homeless Advocacy Project.) - P 301 Battery St., 3rd Fl., 94111 415-982-1600

The Justice and Diversity Center has three main programs, two of which provide legal services. The Diversity Education Program includes such components as School to College for high school students, and the Minority Scholarship Program for law students. The Homeless Advocacy Project provides legal services to individuals and families who are homeless or at imminent risk of homelessness (see entry above). The Pro Bono Legal Services Program includes many projects, described below: Through the JDC, volunteer attorneys, paralegals, law students and others work alongside our staff to make meaningful change in people’s lives, using our unique blend of legal services and social work.