Mental Health Advocacy Services
Mental Health Advocacy Services’ (MHAS) mission is to protect and advance the legal rights of low-income adults and children with mental health disabilities and empower them to assert those rights in order to maximize their autonomy, achieve equity, and secure the resources they need to thrive.
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MHAS’ Homelessness Prevention: Exercise Your Rights! initiative provides 1:1 legal services and know your rights trainings for low-income Angelenos with mental health disabilities. We help them understand their legal rights, access benefits, clear court records, resolve credit issues, receive mental health care, and fight discrimination. Removing barriers to economic and personal wellbeing improves housing security for individuals with mental health disabilities, including high-risk populations such as older adults and transition-age youth.