This database is of resources most commonly referred to when someone calls the LINK department. Search resources using the search box, or target resources by categories and tags listed to the right. YAI does not intimately know all the programs on this list. Availability and service changes are beyond our control. If you are trying to understand what an acronym might mean, check out our Acronym Guide. If you are unable to find what you are looking for, please feel free to call us at 212.273.6182.
The Disability and Aging Justice Clinic (also known as the Elder Law Clinic) advocates to enhance and promote the civil rights, autonomy, and self-determination of older adults and people with disabilities through direct legal representation, estate planning, public policy advocacy, and community outreach and education. Although the Clinic’s work serves older adults, case and project work is based on legal issues rather than chronological age.