In compliance with statutory regulations in B&P Code Section 6401(c), Pathways Advocacy provides assistance to its clients, low income individuals, who are not represented by a lawyer. We provide labor rights advocacy and broad-based educational outreach.
ESLP works closely with community-based organizations, federal and state agencies, law firms, and Organized Labor to assure that clients are effectively served on all other social, economic, and labor issues.
Social and Advocacy Services:
- Advocacy for denied Wages and other Earned Benefits through state administrative and judicial proceedings. We don't provide legal advice or practice law.;
- Referral Services to Labor Law Firms for all other legal issues that place low income families at risk, including:
- Injury Cases in the Workplace (Workers Comp.), medical care and benefits;
- All other Injury Cases suffered by Workers and Non-Workers alike;
- Discrimination, Harassment, and Wrongful Termination (Race, Sex, Age, Pregnancy, Language);
- Unfair Labor Practices;
- Immigration Law related to Employment and Labor.
Pathways Advocacy’s services are offered without regard to a person’s citizenship status or religious affiliation. All of our services are provided free of charge. ESLP provides free services to clients who have a foreclosure related issue and whose income is below four hundred percent of the federal poverty guidelines. Services are available in Spanish, Burmese, Chantonese, Farsi, and Turkish.