ALRP Participates in Long-term Survivor Clinic

ALRP Helps Long Term Survivors of HIV Navigate the “Disability Trap” at a Community Forum…

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Volunteer Appreciation Party – 2014

ALRP celebrated the contributions of Panel attorneys, office volunteers, and event volunteers at the 2014 Volunteer Appreciation Party. The event was held at the beautiful Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP offices on April 17, 2014.

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Jim Wood Fights all the Way to Supreme Court

Recreational piloting was Stan Cooper’s life and passion, and when his license was revoked due to a breach…

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Brad and Ren Stay Housed Together

When Brad Ramsey adopted his new service dog Ren, his landlord threatened to evict him for having a pet. “I felt frantic and heartbroken,” he said. “I’ve been in my apartment for 12 years, and if I had to move, I’d probably have to leave San Francisco, which would make me lose the funding that pays most of my rent. I was really distraught.” Thanks to ALRP Housing Attorney Jaime Rush, Brad won his case and he and Ren are living together happily ever after.

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ALRP Wine & Candy Easter Baskets Available

Bring a Unique Basket to Easter Dinner! Support ALRP’s services with ALRP Private Reserve Wines

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ALRP Chosen as Folsom Beneficiary

We are recruiting volunteers to help support Folsom Street Events, including the 2014 Folsom Street Fair.

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Shop at Amazon Smile

If you shop at Amazon, now your purchases can be generating donations to ALRP!

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2014 Board Emeritus Party

Past and present ALRP Board members gathered at MoFo for a lovely evening of food, wine, great views, and reconnections. Both founding and new Board members enjoyed ALRP Private Reserve Wines as stories of ALRP through the years were shared.

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Positive Resource Center addresses ACA issues

PRC announces the launch of their Equal Access to Healthcare Program

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Jaime’s Win for Four Clients

A few months ago, ALRP Housing Attorney Jaime Rush had four separate clients call in with the same complaint: out of the blue they had received notices from their landlord that their rental subsidies would no longer be accepted. It turned out that they all lived in the same building. “We got their approval to work with them as a group and did quite a bit of research,” said Jaime, “and it looked to us like the landlord’s attempt to cut off these subsidies was illegal.”

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