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Kane County Law Library & Self Help Legal Center - We help people find answers. We are open to all!

Located on the 2nd floor
16th Judicial Circuit
37W777 IL Route 38, St. Charles, IL 60175

​​​​Free and low cost legal services for people with disabilities

Equip for Equality


800-537-2632 (toll free)

Online Intake Form
Equip for Equality works to advance the rights of children and adults in Illinois living with physical and mental disabilities. Their network of professional advocates and attorneys provides free legal aid and advice to all qualifying individuals. 


Legal Advocacy Service


The Legal Advocacy Service (LAS) protects and enforces the rights of children and adults living with mental illness and/or a developmental disability as guaranteed by Illinois' mental health laws. LAS attorneys can provide legal information, referrals, and representation in court hearings and administrative proceedings. While most of the work LAS attorneys do is court appointed, LAS can help non-court appointed clients find effective private counsel.


Prairie State Legal Services

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Prairie State Legal Services offers free legal services to low-income persons and senior citizens who have serious civil legal problems, including those related to disability, and need legal help to solve them.


Legal Council for Health Justice
(312) 427-8990

The Legal Council for Health Justice provides free legal assistance to low-income individuals living with HIV/AIDS, children and families with disabilities and chronic illness, senior citizens, and houseless individuals who face barriers due to a stigmatizing health and social condition.