Hudson Valley Legal Services` commitment to racial justice has always been a common thread running through our work. The pressure on our country and the world due to COVID-19 seems relentless. Add to that the pain of the last few weeks since the blatant murder of George Floyd and countless other black and brown people, and too many people in our communities are suffering and traumatic. As a legal service provider, we fight for equal justice for all. LSHV remains steadfast in its anti-racist commitment as we actively work for justice by providing services to those in need, regardless of race, religion, sexual orientation or gender. We will continue to work in our communities and with our partners to reduce the injustices of systemic racism. We hope you will join us as we continue this fight. When a crisis occurs and people who cannot afford a lawyer face legal problems due to job loss, illness or unfair denial of benefits, they often don`t know where to turn or where to get legal advice. These people often get lost in the justice system, thwarted by unknown procedures and confusing processes and documents.
The chances of success are greatly increased if you have a lawyer by your side. We are proud of the positive results we can achieve for our customers. MHLS has full access to records of people with mental disabilities in New York State. We treat all customer information confidentially. Did you receive 14 days` notice? Is it a rent claim or an eviction notice? What do you do next? Read our guide to help you navigate the legal system. The MHLS represents the mentally handicapped in civil liability proceedings and other matters. Our employees offer various alternatives and solutions to represent the wishes and interests of a client. We may take legal action on behalf of our clients.
The MHLS provides people living in institutions for the mentally disabled with legal representation, advice and support on residence, discharge, care and treatment. Facilities can be governmental, municipal, voluntary or private, and can be community or institutional. The MHLS also represents people who need a guardian if a court allows it, regardless of where they live. 1 Corwin Court, Suite 102Newburgh, NY 12550(845) 569-9110 502 Airport Executive ParkNanuet, NY 10954(845) 476-3831 In 2020, we processed 12,142 cases and affected 27,380 people across all areas of activity. Watch five of these people talk about their experiences with SVSH. 30 South Broadway, 6th FloorYonkers, NY 10701(914) 376-3757. MHLS welcomes requests for assistance or information from customers, their family or friends who contact MHLS by phone, letter or personal visit. The MHLS represents persons who are subject to court-ordered outpatient treatment. MHLS will refer a person to the appropriate authority if a request does not fall within our jurisdiction.
For example, we do not represent individuals in matters relating to wills, divorces or claims for damages against others. WHITE PLAINS 90 Maple AvenueWhite Plains, NY 10601(914) 949-1305 â¢MHLS investigates complaints from clients, their relatives and friends regarding care and treatment.