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Posted by Allison Parham at 5:49 pm on March 13, 2020

Gwinnett Legal Aid is closed to the public indefinitely in response to Covid-19 guidelines. 

New intake applications will be accepted by phone Tuesday – Thursday until we have reached our weekly limit.

Our outreach and legal clinics will also be temporarily suspended until further notice.

Please call (678) 376-4545  and leave a message in our general mailbox if you require further assistance.

Rachel Lazarus

Managing Attorney

CDC Eviction Moratorium No Longer in Effect

For more information about the end of the moratorium, you can read the August 26, 2021 article from the New York Times. If you are a tenant who has already had an eviction judgment, you should prepare to move as soon as you can.

My landlord already has an eviction order and I’m worried what will happen when the CDC order expires

Step-by-Step Guide for renters that are at risk of eviction and offers a housing assistance website.

Eviction navigation guide: As the moratorium deadline approaches, click below to know as a renter and the legal steps required for eviction.

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For families facing the loss of your homes, maintaining your children’s enrollment in school is critical. The Homeless Education Program can help.

Additional information can be found in the Parents’ Brochure.