San Diego Volunteer Lawyers Program (SDVLP)
Since 1983, San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program (SDVLP) has changed the lives of thousands of poor women, children and men throughout San Diego County. A private, non-profit organization, SDVLP is the county’s oldest and most comprehensive pro bono legal services program.
SDVLP serves the most vulnerable members of our community: the homeless, abused children, domestic violence victims, elder abuse victims, veterans, immigrants and those with HIV/AIDS. Notably, more than 75% of SDVLP’s clients are women and children. Our vets deserve nothing more than the best!
Mission Statement: To provide equal access to the justice system by serving as a bridge between indigent and other disadvantaged people in San Diego County and the volunteer lawyers and others who are willing to donate their time and resources.
Vision Statement: That all people in San Diego County enjoy equal justice and access to legal services without regard to economic status.
This establishment offers Legal Aid Services for men, women, children, military veterans as well as those living with HIV/AIDS.
HIV/AIDS legal services:
University Christian Church (Friendship Hall North)
3900 Cleveland Avenue, San Diego, CA 92103
First and third Tuesdays of the month from 5:30pm to 7:00pm
3900 Cleveland Ave
San Diego, CA 92103