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#Share Your Stimulus
If you do not need the extra resources for your own financial stability, we encourage you to contribute to Pisgah Legal’s #ShareYourStimulus Campaign, an opportunity to take one step together to ensure everyone makes it through this crisis. Thank you!Give Now Pisgah Legal's Response to Pandemic
More Affordable Than Ever
Need Health Insurance? Enroll Now!
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
Eviction Moratorium Remains In Place
Despite a recent federal judge's ruling, the State of NC's ban on evicting some renters remains in effect until June 30. Learn more in this WLOS interview with Managing Attorney Robin Merrell. Renters must submit a form to take advantage of the moratorium - also linked below. Contact Pisgah Legal if you need help staying housed.WLOS Story Form/More Info
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Run (or Walk!) for Justice 5K
Be a part of the inaugural Pisgah Legal Run for Justice. Go at your own pace, dress up, involve friends, share selfies for this fundraiser that runs May 29 - June 12.Sign Up Today
Ready for Medicaid Managed Care?
Important changes are coming to Medicaid in North Carolina. What are your rights? Where do you get help? Pisgah Legal has important info you should know.Learn more
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
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
DACA Fully Reinstated
On Dec. 4, a Federal judge ruled that the DACA program must be fully reinstated. Call Pisgah Legal to find out about qualifying for DACA, applying and renewing protections: 828-210-3437.How Can Pisgah Legal Help? Read About the Decision
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Attend a Justice Matters Tour
Be a part of the next virtual Justice Matters Tour of Pisgah Legal. We’ll examine the needs in our mountain region, discuss how civil legal aid can be an effective anti-poverty tool and share how Pisgah Legal is responding to the COVID-19 crisis.Sign Up Here
COVID Relief and Other Resources
Find out more about unemployment insurance benefits, eviction/foreclosure moratoriums, food assistance and more.More Info Here Citizen Times Story
Do you need help from Pisgah Legal Services? Apply online or call (828)253-0406 or toll-free at (800)489-6144Apply Online
Our Impact on Western North Carolina
We are Pisgah Legal Services
Pat & Phil Smith
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.
Joanne’s friendly face is often the first folks see as they enter the Asheville office. She has been Pisgah Legal’s receptionist for 15 years.
Lyn & Tom Leslie
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
Anne Salter, Pisgah Legal managing attorney, spoke with Asheville FM about recent tax benefits that can potentially put thousands of dollars in families pockets! Checks for $250-$300 per child will be sent to qualifying families starting July, if the IRS has their correct...Read More...
North Carolina’s eviction moratorium still in place, regardless of a recent Federal Judge ruling. NC landlords cannot evict tenants for lack of payment until June 30, 2021, says Robin Merrell, Pisgah Legal managing attorney. WLOS INTERVIEW WITH PLS MANAGING ATTORNEY...Read More...
This Divided Land is a video produced by our friends at Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity (AAHH). They discovered a racial covenant in the deed of an AAHH property, and documented how they took steps to address it, with assistance from...Read More...