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 COMMUNITY RESOURCES

These organizations may provide assistance finding and obtaining benefits. Contact these organizations directly for more information about the services provided.

2-1-1 Sacramento
http://www.211sacramento.org/ - dial 2-1-1 on your phone
Services provided: referrals in many languages to help you find employment and training, housing information, financial assistance, children's services, senior services, food programs, health care services, and more.

VLSP Employment Law Clinic
551-2102
517 12th St., Sacramento
Services provided: advice on the denial of unemployment benefits and other employment disputes. Call for an appointment. Income restrictions apply.

Legal Services of Northern California
551-2150
515 12th Street, Sacramento
Services provided: assistance for workers whose unemployment claims have been denied.
Call at 8:30 a.m. for same-day appointment.

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FORMS

Most public benefit agencies have forms on their websites. Find their websites using these directories.  

California Agency Directory:
http://www.ca.gov/Apps/Agencies.aspx

A-Z Index of U.S. Government Departments and Agencies
http://www.usa.gov/directory/federal/index.shtml

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RESEARCH GUIDES AND STEP-BY-STEPS

The Law Librarians have created these research guides as an aid for those starting a legal research project. These guides recommend print and electronic resources that will help you find answers to your law-related questions. Guides marked "Step-by-Step"  provide step-by-step information, as well as sample forms, for common legal procedures.

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ARTICLES

Everyday Law and Ask the County Law Librarian articles are written by Law Librarians on a variety of common legal issues.