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You may telephone our offices between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, at the phone numbers listed below. You may be interviewed by phone when you call, or advised to come in for an in-person interview, or asked to leave your name and number for a call back when an intake person is available.

At the time of your first interview, you should have available all documents relating to your legal problem.

If you need special accommodations to access our services, we can make arrangements. Please contact the office nearest you to request assistance.

Washtenaw County Office:     Click here for a map
(Includes Administrative Office)

420 N. Fourth Ave.
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Phone: (734) 665-6181
Fax: (734) 665-2974

Family Law Project
(Washtenaw County Domestic Violence Cases Only)

P.O. Box 8294
Ann Arbor, MI 48107

Phone: (734) 998-9454
Fax: (734) 998-9125

Battle Creek Office:     Click here for a map
(Barry, Branch & Calhoun Counties)

123 W Territorial Rd.
Battle Creek, MI 49015
Phone: (269) 965-3951
Toll-free: 1-800-688-3951
Fax: (269) 965-4874

Jackson Office:     Click here for a map
(Jackson & Hillsdale Counties)

540 N. Jackson St.
Jackson, MI 49201
Phone: (517) 787-6111
Fax: (517) 787-5805

Lansing Office:     Click here for a map
(Ingham, Eaton, Clinton, Livingston, and Shiawasee Counties)

3490 Belle Chase Way, #50
Lansing, MI 48911
Phone: 888-783-8190
Fax: (517) 394-4276

Monroe Office:     Click here for a map
(Monroe & Lenawee Counties)

1118 S. Telegraph Rd., Ste A
Monroe, MI 48161
Phone: (734) 241-8310
Toll-free: 1-888-251-1598
Fax: (734) 241-1381

Farmworker Legal Services     Click here for a map

3030 S. 9th St Ste. 1A
Kalamazoo, MI 49009
Phone: (269) 492-7190
fax: (269) 492-7198

FLS is a division of LSSCM that serves migrant and seasonal farmworkers throughout the state.

Michigan Poverty Law Program     Click here for a map

220 East Huron St, Suite 600A
Ann Arbor, MI 48104-3000
Phone: (734) 998-6100
Fax: (734) 998-9125

(MPLP) is a cooperative effort of LSSCM and the University of Michigan Law School. The program's goals are: to support the advocacy of field programs; to coordinate advocacy for the poor among the local programs; and to assure that a full range of advocacy continues on behalf of the poor.

If you'd like to see how to get to any of the offices, please click on the maps linked above for door-to-door directions, or call the office for directions.

In order to obtain legal assistance, new clients need to contact the individual office listed above. If you have a general program or administrative question, you may email us at

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