Presented by: Center for Human Rights & Justice and Student Health Law Organization
Please join us for an informative discussion on the Medical Legal Partnership:
Across the U.S., health care providers who take care of low-income individuals and families are turning to new specialists to help keep them healthy and safe: attorneys who practice poverty law.
Medical-legal partnerships integrate attorneys as a vital component of the healthcare team. Through direct legal assistance, institutional and systemic policy change, MLPs address the non-medical determinants of health, including food and energy security, housing conditions, education and personal safety.
Amy Alexander – Medical Legal Partnership Unit at Northwest Justice Project
Scott Crain – Medical Legal Partnership Unit at Northwest Justice Project
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