Legal Aid Services of Oregon (LASO) is an effective, high-quality legal services program with a mission to achieve justice for the low-income communities of Oregon.

LASO helps clients in poverty with a wide variety of legal problems

Domestic Violence help

We help survivors of domestic violence escape abuse and provide safe homes for their children.

houseless person

We protect the rights of people experiencing homelessness and help them get access to needed services.

Housing help

We help tenants living in sub-standard housing.

elder care

We help older adults and people with disabilities get access to medical assistance and care providers through public safety-net programs.

Employment help

We help laid off workers get access to unemployment benefits when they are wrongly denied.

Debt Help

We work with financially struggling families who need legal help for debts and consumer bills.

News & Happenings


If you have eviction papers from the court, contact the Eviction Defense Project.

Tenants whose landlord has taken them to eviction court can call the Eviction Defense Project line (888-585-9638) or email the Project ( to seek legal help. Tenants should leave a message on the intake line or by emailing with their name, date of birth, and eviction case number. 

The EDP is a joint project of Legal Aid Services of Oregon, the Oregon Law Center and the Center for Non-Profit Legal Services.  

Do you need legal help?

  • Counties served by Legal Aid Services of Oregon
  • Counties served by other legal aid organizations

Do you need legal information or self-help tools?

Discover resources at Oregon Law Help’s website

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