Once an applicant’s legal matter has been assessed in our intake process, the advising attorney may recommend a callback appointment. A callback appointment allows a LASOC representative to research and evaluate a client’s legal matter before calling him or her back with more information. Callbacks are typically set between a few days and one month out from the date of the initial application for services. On the date of the scheduled callback, a LASOC representative will call the client back at his or her preferred number. The client does not have to travel to one of our offices.
Our Compton office has launched a program to help victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking through our Rainbow Services grant.
Eligible Clients must be:
- Residents of Los Angeles County (anywhere in LA County),
- Victims of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking,
- At or below 200% of the federal poverty guideline; and
- Have limited proficiency in speaking, writing, or reading English.
The clients do not have to be residents of South East Los Angeles. They can be from anywhere in Los Angeles County. The violence, assault, or stalking does not have to be documented or reported to be eligible. The service is not limited to people who speak foreign languages. English speakers who have limited proficiency in writing, speaking, or reading English are also eligible. If you believe that you may qualify for this service and are seeking help, call our Hotline at (800) 834-5001 for an evaluation.