Help us improve civil legal aid in New HampshirePosted Jun 09, 2020
With a goal of closing the justice gap for the most vulnerable Granite Staters, the Access to Justice Commission is seeking input from service providers who work directly with clients who are over 60, have disabilities, and/or are low-income.
This 16-question needs assessment asks about clients’ experiences accessing civil legal aid and what civil legal services they need. Responses are due by June 26 and will help refine and improve civil legal services in New Hampshire.
The needs assessment will also seek feedback directly from low-income people, people age 60 and over, and people with disabilities. The Commission is using several different tools, including telephone surveying, online surveying, and focus groups.
The last needs assessment was completed nearly eight years ago.