Bowling Green Human Rights Commission, Inc.
491 Double Springs Road
Bowling Green, KY 42101
The primary mission of the Bowling Green Human Rights Commission, Inc. is to promote fair treatment and equal opportunity regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, age (over 40), sex or physical handicap. Services include a Minority job bank, fair housing ordinances, conflict/mediation and other projects.
Kentucky Legal Aid
1st Time Callers 270-782-5740/Others 270-782-1924
1700 Destiny Lane
Bowling, KY 42104
The mission of Kentucky Legal Aid (KLA) is to assist and to enable low-income families, as well as the elderly, disabled and other vulnerable individuals in South Central and Western Kentucky, to resolve legal problems that are barriers to self-sufficiency, and to provide these individuals an opportunity for an improved quality of life. KLA utilizes attorneys and other staff to provide direct legal assistance; coordinates referrals to volunteer (pro bono) attorneys; and also addresses these client needs through programs for benefits counseling, domestic violence services, and housing counseling.
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