The Online Resource for Massachusetts Poverty Law Advocates

Welcome to MassLegalServices.org, the online poverty law library and collaboration resource for legal services advocates in Massachusetts.

MassLegalServices offers resources and information about legal issues facing lower income Massachusetts residents to legal services advocates and social services professionals. If you are not a lawyer or legal advocate, you will probably find MassLegalHelp more useful.

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Recent Library Content

05/14/2019 - Vicky Pulos
Medicaid's "Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment" (EPSDT) benefit for children is a powerful tool advocates can use to... Read more
05/03/2019 - Protecting Immigrant Families
Click Go to Website to see the FAQ on public charge and deportation.
05/02/2019 - DTA
Families receiving TAFDC in need of child care to accept or maintain employment, or to participate in an ESP or other approved employment... Read more
05/02/2019 - DTA
The Family Cap rule which limited the number of children that could be added to the TAFDC grant once a case was active has been repealed. ... Read more
05/02/2019 - DTA
Legal Permanent Residents (LPRs) with 40 qualifying work quarters are eligible for SNAP benefits.  Additionally, federal regulations allow... Read more

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