Tenant Action Clinic
Our weekly Tenant Action Clinic is back in-person at our South Central office, located at 152 W. 32nd St., Los Angeles, CA 90007. On Tuesdays from 4 until 7 p.m., SAJE staff will be on-hand to answer questions about evictions, harassment, and other housing issues.
Appointments for the Tenant Action Clinic are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Sessions are approximately an hour long and include a 10-minute presentation on tenant rights. Tenants should bring relevant documentation of their situation with them, including eviction notices, three-, 10-, 15-, 30-, 60-, or 90-day notices, and any notices they have received from a government agency or the property owner.
For the safety of the community and SAJE staff, SAJE is requiring that all tenants show proof of up-to-date COVID-19 vaccinations. Only the person who has the appointment is permitted to come; if childcare is not available, they may bring up to one child under the age of seven. Please do not arrive more than 10 minutes early for your appointment, as we are attempting to limit the number of people in the office.
In order to schedule your appointment, please call Jackie at (213) 745-9961.
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Important Forms / Formas Importantes
- Declaration of Financial Impacts Related to COVID-19
- Relocation Assistance / Asistencia Reubicación
- Notice of Privacy / Aviso de Privacidad
- Small Claims / Reclamos Menores
- Notice of Repair / Aviso de Reparación
- Rent and Utility Assistance / Asistencia de Alquiler y Servicios
- Cash for Keys
- Tenants Legal Resources / Inquilines Recursos Legales
LA Tenant Action Center
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As of December 1st, 2022, NoRent.org will no longer send letters on behalf of those who cannot pay rent due to COVID-related illness or unemployment. However, you may still file a declaration of nonpayment of rent due to COVID if you live in Los Angeles County. Please click here for the declaration form: Declaration of Financial Impacts Related to COVID-19
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Rent Escrow Account Program (REAP)
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You may still have COVID-19 Emergency Rental Protections under county and city laws depending upon where you live. To learn more, click here. If your landlord filed an eviction case you have only five business days to file an answer. For help, click here.