Community Justice Center South Cook County State Attorney
COMMUNITY JUSTICE PROGRAM
The Law Project strengthens Chicago area communities by providing high-quality, pro bono legal services to community based nonprofits, small businesses and first-time homebuyers. In fulfilling this mission, The Law Project offers transactional attorneys meaningful pro bono opportunities.
In addition to our direct legal services programs, The Law Project also provides regular workshops and trainings on legal issues affecting nonprofit organizations, small businesses entrepreneurs, and first time home buyers. Visit our workshops page, or check out our events calendar, for upcoming events.
Erik Wilson, Attorney at Law
Founding Partner at Wilson & Wilson, Ltd
The mission of Centro de Trabajadores Unidos is to have a powerful immigrant run organization in the southeast side of Chicago that will educate workers on their rights, develop leadership within the immigrant community, support and organize all workers as they fight for their rights in the workplace and fight for changing policy that increases standards for immigrant workers. The long-term vision would also include a component that would offer career advancement so immigrant workers can advance from low-wage, low-skill jobs into the high-skill jobs of our new economy.
First Defense Legal Aid
Southeast Chicago Center
3062 East 91st Street | Chicago, Illinois 60617
Families throughout surrounding communities see Metropolitan Family Services Southeast Chicago Center as a beacon of hope for the future. Founded in 1985 on the heels of local steel mill closings, Metropolitan Southeast Chicago is part of Metropolitan Family Services, which has been empowering Chicago-area families to reach their greatest potential and positively impact their communities since 1857.
PERSONAL PROTECTION CONSULTANTS
Personal Protection Consultants (PPC) is dedicated to providing safe, responsible and realistic
defensive firearms training for both civilians and law enforcement. In addition to high quality instruction in the use of the handgun, shotgun and rifle, PPC also offers courses in close quarter hand to hand combat, knife training, stick fighting, the combat cane, improvised weapons, weapon retention/disarms and the tactical treatment of gunshot and knife wounds.
To View Training Date Please Click Link Below:
Illinois Norml Chapter