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Justice Department Reaches Settlement with TPS
ABLE Secures Justice for Children of Undocumented Parents Unlawfully Denied Drivers' Licenses
Free Legal Needs Check-Ups Available to Low-Income Seniors in Western Ohio
Low-income Ohioans in our service area may find helpful resources during Elder Abuse Awareness Month.
ABLE Partners with Dayton Area Community Action Agency to Address Housing Crisis
Our collaboration with the Miami Valley Community Action Partnership has allowed us to approach the housing epidemic in a unique way that includes the input and needs of community members in the Dayton region.
New Mental Health Collaborative Project Provides Resources and Education to Providers
A new collaboration between ABLE and the Mental Health & Recovery Services Board of Lucas County (MHRSB) aims to address the multi-faceted needs of people living with mental health issues in northwest Ohio.
Honoring the Anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education
ABLE honors the 68th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education by reflecting on the impact the case had on the civil rights movement.
ABLE Publishes 2022 Immigration Advocacy Project Report to the Community
Each year, ABLE's Immigration Advocacy Project releases a report to the community with important updates, statistics, and client stories to share our impact on agricultural worker and immigrant communities throughout Ohio.
ABLE Attorneys Publish Analysis on the Community Lawyering Model in the UIC Law Review
"Working for Justice in an Unjust System: Moving Beyond the Legal System", published in Volume 55, Issue 2 of the UIC Law Review, discusses ABLE attorneys Kathleen Kersh and Matthew Currie’s analysis of how the community lawyering model can be used to promote community power to change unjust systems.
U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights Reaches Settlement with DPS to Improve Translation and Interpretation for Parents
LEP parents at Dayton Public Schools will soon have improved translation and interpretation accommodations, thanks to a recently signed resolution agreement between the school system and the U.S. Department of Education. Several LEP parents filed the initial complaint with ABLE’s assistance.
ABLE Receives $1 Million Grant for Eviction Protection in Rural Ohio Communities
ABLE is one of ten national organizations to receive HUD funding through the newly developed Eviction Protection Grant Program.