Lone Star Legal Aid Launches Online Intake

Lone Star Legal Aid is available and accepting online applications for all of its offices. We hope that our client community is safe and managing well during these ever-changing and uncertain times. We are continuing to monitor the COVID-19/Coronavirus Pandemic across our service area and Lone Star Legal Aid’s work continues with all operations running … Continue reading Lone Star Legal Aid Launches Online Intake

Lone Star Legal Aid Launches Disaster Assistance and Recovery Tool (DART)

Houston, TX – Lone Star Legal Aid and Pro Bono Net, funded by Rebuild Texas Fund, launched a web-based app that guides disaster-recovery assistance providers and their clients through the process of applying for recovery assistance. The app’s name is “DART,” for Disaster Assistance and Recovery Tool. It’s free and accessible through one of the … Continue reading Lone Star Legal Aid Launches Disaster Assistance and Recovery Tool (DART)

Lone Star Legal Aid’s Disaster Relief Unit to Provide Information to Watson Explosion Survivors

Houston, TX - Lone Star Legal Aid will be at the Town Hall being hosted by Counsel Member Amy Peck from District A at 6:30 PM, Wednesday, January 29, 2020, at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, located at 4703 East Shadowdale Drive, Houston, Texas 77041. The location has been set up … Continue reading Lone Star Legal Aid’s Disaster Relief Unit to Provide Information to Watson Explosion Survivors

Lone Star Legal Aid’s EJ Team to Develop Client-Based Mobile App for Reporting Environmental Concerns

Houston, TX - Lone Star Legal Aid clients will soon be able to report and track their environmental concerns through a new mobile app. LSLA's Environmental Justice Team, part of the Equitable Development Initiative, proposed this client-based application as a tool that community members will be able to use for reporting and tracking environmental issues … Continue reading Lone Star Legal Aid’s EJ Team to Develop Client-Based Mobile App for Reporting Environmental Concerns

Acres Homes Community Breathes Easier as Concrete Batch Plant Abandons Plans

Houston, TX - In a stunning reversal of plans, a concrete batch plant operator has withdrawn its application for a permit to operate next to homes and across the street from Highland Park and Community Center, a vital community gathering space and park in Acres Homes, a historic community of color in Northwest Houston. Hundreds … Continue reading Acres Homes Community Breathes Easier as Concrete Batch Plant Abandons Plans