Intake Line:  (310) 794-7367 


Los Angeles HIV Law and Policy Project

LA HLPP (pronounced "LA Help")
Since 2013, the Los Angeles HIV Law and Policy Project's collective mission has been to work collaboratively to address the evolving law and policy needs of the most vulnerable people living with HIV in LA County.  We have been able to do so through a unique collaborative partnership between four primary organizations—Los Angeles County Bar Association’s AIDS Legal Services Program (“ALSP”), UCLA School of Law (“UCLA”) and its Williams Institute (“WI”), Inner City Law Center (“ICLC”) and Bet Tzedek Legal Services (“Bet Tzedek”).
How can LA HLPP help?

LA HLPP serves communities impacted by HIV throughout Los Angeles County by providing the following services: 

-no cost legal consultation, advice and services

-linkages to other legal and social service providers partnering with LA HLPP

-community education and outreach to consumers and service providers

-law and policy research on HIV-related matters

How does LA HLPP work?

People living with HIV in Los Angeles County can contact the LA HLPP intake line or access the project through community events.  After an intake is completed and wherever possible*, LA HLPP works with its staff, volunteers and a variety of partner organizations to address your legal and social service needs.

*LA HLPP is unable to assist with every type of legal issue and some partner organizations have additional eligibility criteria.  Additionally, LA HLPP is unable to assist with representation in criminal hearings.