Major Funding Cuts Threaten Domestic Violence Programs
Pisgah Legal and other local nonprofits just learned important grant funds have been lost, but we are committed to providing these critically important services. We need your help today!What Happened? Give Now
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HealthCare.gov is open, you may be able to get more savings and lower costs due to COVID relief. Pisgah Legal is once again offering free assistance helping local people review their options and sign up. Make an appointment online or call 828-210-3404.Make An Appointment Watch this Video
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Deerfield Charitable Foundation and residents, staff and board have raised $100,000 to help prevent homelessness. Now they hope to inspire you to give as well. Your gift may even be matched!Learn More Give Now
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Don't Miss the Oct. 7 Justice Forum
We hope you will plan to join us for our 11th Annual Justice Forum this October. This year's speaker is Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, the health and social justice advocate who exposed the Flint water crisis.Learn More Become A Sponsor
Eviction, Foreclosure Moratoria Extended
The CDC has extended the eviction and foreclosure moratoria until July 31. Renters must submit a form to take advantage of the moratorium - also linked below. Contact Pisgah Legal if you need help staying housed.Form/More Info WLOS News Story
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Medicaid in North Carolina has changed. What are your rights? Where do you get help? Pisgah Legal has important info you should know.Learn more WLOS Reports
2020 Annual Report
Live in Hope, Fight for Justice
How does Pisgah Legal serve people in the middle of a pandemic, and what difference can legal aid make for folks in crisis? Read personal stories of courage and learn more in the 2020 Annual Report.Read Report
In The Washington Post
You can lose your kids, home and freedom without ever seeing a lawyer.
Why is free, civil legal aid so important? Read this piece by the Editorial Board of The Washington Post. (Image: Fatinha Ramos for The Washington Post)Read It
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Find out more about unemployment insurance benefits, eviction/foreclosure moratoriums, food assistance and more.More Info Here Resources by County
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Pat and Phil are Co-Chairs of the PLS Endowment Campaign. Phil is an attorney with The Van Winkle Law Firm, and Pat is the retired executive director of CFWNC.
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Lyn & Tom are long-time supporters of Pisgah Legal Services and owners of Leslie and Associates. They are lead supporters of The Children’s Law Project.
Russell is an advertising veteran, with 30+ years experience as an art/creative director. He uses his creative expertise to help raise funds for Pisgah Legal.
John is an attorney at Roberts & Stevens who also volunteers pro bono as a MAVL attorney with Pisgah Legal, helping survivors escape domestic violence.
Latest News & Events
If you filed your 2020 taxes, you should automatically receive a $250-$300 per child payment through the expanded Child Tax Credit. If you did not file your 2020 taxes, you can use the IRS non-filer tool to access these payments....Read More...
The eviction moratorium is ending July 31, so if you’re behind on rent and at risk of eviction, please reach out to available rental assistance programs. Pisgah Legal urges you to talk to your landlord if possible and arrange a...Read More...
The eviction moratorium is ending July 31, and there has been confusion around what this means for NC renters, based on the decision to end the NC eviction moratorium. Pisgah Legal attorney David Bartholomew explains that renters are still protected...Read More...