Legal Council for Health Justice ( LCHJ )whose programs include AIDS Legal Council, Chicago Medical-Legal Partnership for Children and Homeless Outreach Projectis moving to an expanded space in Chicago's Loop.
The new space will be at 17 N. State St., Suite 900, , and will reopen for regular business hours on Monday, Feb. 6, at 9 a.m.
After having successfully merged three legal services programs in 2014, the agency has more than doubled in size and is serving more clients than ever. Beyond providing free legal help to nearly 2,000 adults and children each year, LCHJ is also working on more policy fronts and conducting more educational outreach.
LCHJ currently provides free legal help at more than a dozen sites across the region, including Howard Brown Health, University of Illinois-Chicago's CHECK ( Coordination of Care for Complex Kids ) initiative and Mt. Sinai Hospital's Under the Rainbow pediatric behavioral health clinic.