Resources

Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network, Inc. supports a number of differnent divese groups. Resources are available through PLAN, Inc. for:

Follow the links provided for more detailed infomation on the Resources available to each group.

Resources for Clients Resources for Legal Aid Providers Resources for Legal aid Advocates Resouces for Pro Bono Advocates
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Recently Posted PLAN Resources

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11/18/2009 - 1:22pm Prime for Pennsylvania SharePoint Site This private website serves as a point of access to information for Prime for Pennsylvania specialists. This site is restricted to registered users. Please consult your program case management specialist for information about gaining access to this site. Prime for Pennsylvania SharePoint Site>>>
11/18/2009 - 12:47pm Google Scholar - Legal Opinions Google Scholar enables people everywhere to find and read full text legal opinions from U.S. federal and state district, appellate and supreme courts. According to the Official Google Blog:
10/06/2009 - 2:21pm PA Legal Aid Network Public Benefits Project - SharePoint Site This private website serves as a point of access to Pubic Benefits resources and materials collected and compiled by the Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network Public Benefits Project. This site is restricted to registered users. Please consult a participating member of the Public Benefits Project from your legal aid program for information on how to gain access to the site. 
10/06/2009 - 12:33pm Pennsylvania Department of Human Services Policy Handbook and Manual Search Type your search term(s) into the box below and click on the Search button to search all of the online Pennsylvania Department of Human Services Policy Handbooks and Manuals. The search also includes Title 55 of the Pennsylvania Code and all OPS Memorandum and Policy Clarifications published on the DPW website.
10/01/2009 - 12:53pm CLASP Datafinder This easy-to-use tool allows policymakers, advocates and others to download and synthesize information about various programs and trends that affect low-income people and families. DataFinder More Information on DataFinder