Self-Help
Self-Help

1.2 million Californians without attorneys visit self-help centers each year for help with cases that include divorces, evictions, child custody and restraining orders.

Alameda
Alameda

Staff at Alameda County's self-help center helped 27,000 people with their cases last year.

Alameda
Alameda

A walk-in clinic at Alameda County's self-help center sees about 150 litigants a day.

Stanislaus
Stanislaus

About 75 people fighting civil cases without an attorney visit the self-help center in Stanislaus County daily.

Stanislaus
Stanislaus

Martha and her daughter visit the self-help center in Stanislaus County to get help filling out legal forms.

Santa Cruz
Santa Cruz

About 1,700 people come into Santa Cruz Superior Court's self-help center each month. "That number keeps going up and up and up," said attorney Sasha Morgan.

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