Eviction Defense Coalition

Having adequate housing is essential for your health and mental well-being.

Housing can be the difference between life and death.


The eviction moratorium has been extended to October 3, 2021. If your family is at-risk of being evicted, seek immediate legal assistance so lawyers can have time to help you stay in your home.

Five legal aid organizations may be able to provide free assistance.  Also, you may have rights under state and federal law because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Apply now to one of these organizations.

Houston Volunteer Lawyers
(can assist any immigrant status)

Apply online: https://legalhelphouston.org

If you cannot, please call.
713-228-0735


Lone Star Legal Aid
(cannot assist undocumented persons who are not crime victims)

Apply online: www.lonestarlegal.org  

If you cannot, please call.
713-652-0077


South Texas College of Law Clinic
(can assist any immigrant status)

Apply online: http://www.stcl.edu/academics/legal-clinics/contact-us/  

If you cannot, please call.
713-646-2990


Earl Carl Institute, TSU Thurgood Marshall School of Law
(cannot assist undocumented persons)

Apply online: http://www.tsulaw.edu/centers/ECI/apply_for_legal_services.html  

If you cannot, please call.
713-313-7275


University of Houston Clinical Programs
(can assist any immigrant status)

Please call.
713-743-2094



 

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