Justice for Low-Income Communities:
Navigating for Resources in a Complicated Legal Aid System

Thursday, May 18, 2023
11am – 12:30pm, Central time

Legal Aid organizations and community navigators play a vital role for many underrepresented people across the country. Legal aid assistance contributes to better health equity outcomes. We know that community-based organizations help individuals understand their rights in what is often a convoluted legal system, but how?

In this webinar, you’ll hear real-life examples from organizations across the country on how they ensure legal assistance resources are front and center when navigating their client's needs. They’ll focus on how they build community partnerships, how to find and connect to resources in the community, and tools and best practices you can leverage when working to achieve justice for all communities that you work to support.

ASL interpretation will be provided for this webinar. 

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Natalie Neubert (circle)

Natalie Neubert (She/Her)

Community Engagement Manager



Natischa volpe-1

Natischa Volpe 


Senior Community Attorney



Rodrigo Camarena 


Director of Justicia Lab / Immigration Advocates Network

Justicia Lab



Caitlin Schubert (She/Her)

Resource Navigation Supervisor

Community Economic Defense Project

Christina Arrom Garza  (1)

Christina Arrom Garza, J.D.


Chief Operations Officer

Immigrant Welcome Center

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