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Telephone Counseling and Consumer Education Service

The Women's Law Project's Telephone Counseling Service provides legal information and referrals to callers covering many of the issues listed below. Please also see the Resource List on the left which provides links to additional information.

If you are looking to volunteer as a Telephone Counselor, please see Internships and Volunteer Opportunities.

Information Provided by WLP Telephone Counseling Service:

  • Child Custody
  • Child Support
  • Divorce and Separation
  • Domestic Violence
  • Employment problems, including
    • family and medical leave,
    • pregnancy discrimination,
    • sexual harassment,
    • other forms of discrimination
  • Physical and Sexual Violence
  • Reproductive Rights
  • Special legal concerns of lesbian and gay parents
  • Spousal Support
  • Other issues of interest to women

If you need assistance and you live in the Philadelphia region, you may call the Women's Law Project Telephone Counseling Service at 215-928-9801.  Ask to speak with an Intake person.

The Intake person will take your information and a Telephone Counselor will call you back to discuss your situation.  This service is FREE.

Hours of operation:
Monday-Friday 9:30am to 4:30pm.

Telephone counselors CANNOT provide legal advice or represent callers in court. Counselors CANNOT tell callers what they should do.

This is a TELEPHONE-BASED service. We CANNOT respond to inquiries sent by email, fax, or U.S. Mail. Please DO NOT come to our office to request assistance. We CANNOT respond to individuals who come to our door seeking assistance.