Mobile Legal Help Center helps residents for free
For the past two years, the Mobile Legal Help Center has come to the aid of Bronx residents with legal issues and doesn't charge them a penny.
The mobile unit provides legal services on a host of issues that include housing, public benefits, health care, immigration, family law and employment just to name a few.
The confidential sessions last about 45 minutes and are conducted by lawyers and volunteers from the New York Legal Assistance Group.
The mobile station will be located outside of Councilwoman Vanessa Gibson's office on Jerome Avenue until 3 p.m. on Monday and won't return to the Bronx until next month.