Watsonville Law Center - Legal Services for the Central Coast

How to Receive Services (Intake)
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CONTACT US: CALL (831) 722-2845

CONTÁCTENOS: LLAME (831) 722-2845


315 Main St
Suite 207
Watsonville, CA 95076
United States

(831) 722 - 2845
Areas Served
Monterey County
San Benito County
Santa Cruz County
Who We Are

The Watsonville Law Center (WLC) provides free legal services to low-income individuals on California’s Central Coast. We believe that everyone benefits when the most vulnerable among us thrive, and that a holistic collaborative approach is most effective. We focus on legal problems with long-term impacts and solutions, such as workers’ rights, consumer rights, and access to employment. WLC serves low-income households up to 250% of the Federal Poverty Level. WLC does not exclude individuals based on immigration status. 

Employment Law: unpaid wages or unpaid overtime, paid less than minimum wage, not receiving rest and meal breaks, discrimination, harassment & retaliation.

Workers' Compensation: injured or made ill because of work, suffering from toxic exposure or working in unsafe conditions, struggling with access to Workers' Compensation system.

Access to Employment: improving criminal record, sealing juvenile record, improving credit.

Economic Justice: fraud in car purchases, repossession, towing or repairs, debt collection harassment, Identity theft, recovering credit and other consumer fraud and scams.

CONTACT US: CALL (831) 722-2845

EL Centro Legal de Watsonville (WLC) provee servicios legales gratuitos a las personas de bajos ingresos que viven en la costa central de California. Nosotros creemos que todos estamos mejor cuando lo más vulnerables prosperan, y que un planteamiento colaborativo e integral es lo más eficaz. Nos enfocamos en problemas legales que tienen impactos y soluciones a largo plazo, como, derechos para trabajadores, derechos de consumidor, y acceso al empleo.

CONTÁCTENOS: LLAME (831) 722-2845

This organization is accessible by wheelchair and powerchair
This organization provides access aids for people who are deaf or hard of hearing
Community Groups
Medicaid Eligible
Mentally Ill
Over 60
Person living with HIV/AIDS
Person with Disabilities
Related to person living with HIV/AIDS
Survivor of Domestic Violence
U.S. Citizen or Documented Immigrant
Under 18
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Organization Type
Legal Aid
Spoken Languages
Spanish / Español
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