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StateOhio
Program NameAttorney General's Elder Pro Bono Project
Program SummaryOhio Attorney General partnered with Ohio Legal Assistance Foundation to train volunteer attorneys from the Attorney General's office to provide free legal assistance to low-income seniors in Ohio.
Agencies and Organizations InvolvedAttorney General, Ohio Legal Assistance Foundation
Funding SourceOhio Assistant Attorneys General, Ohio Legal Assistance Foundation
Funding LevelNot Available
Program EstablishedEst. 2000, ongoing
Websitewww.lri.lsc.gov/abstracts/020063/spa_020063.htm
Materials AvailableBrochure
Program Contact NameDave Ball
Contact Phone Numberph. 614/752-8919, fax 614/728-3749
ContactEmail[email protected]

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