Workers’ Rights Clinic

The Workers’ Rights Clinic provides low-income and unemployed people with free, confidential information about their legal rights related to work in California. We provide services in Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, and many other languages. Call the numbers on this page to schedule an appointment near you.


The Workers’ Rights Clinic administrative phone line is open Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. 

Our dates of closure for the rest of the year are:

May 1 – May 31 (spring recess period)
August 5 – August 19 (summer recess period)
November 18 – December 2 (fall recess period)
December 23 – January 6 (winter recess period)


Antioch(925) 522-2017
Berkeley/Oakland(415) 404-9093
East Palo Alto(415) 404-9093
Fresno(559) 570-1200
Los Angeles(323) 752-7287
Ontario(559) 570-1200
Sacramento(916) 905-5857
San Bernardino(909) 889-7328
San Diego(619) 260-7470
San Francisco(415) 404-9093
Santa Ana(714) 571-5200
Watsonville(831) 722-2845

For workers in other parts of California, call (415) 404-9093 to schedule a clinic appointment.

Depending on location, the Workers’ Rights Clinic near you may provide legal consultations over the phone only.

Income eligibility for the Workers’ Rights Clinic

The Workers’ Rights Clinic is free, but we only serve people whose income is lower than the amounts below:

Household SizeAnnual IncomeMonthly IncomeHourly Wage
For people who are currently unemployed, eligibility is determined based on the salary at your most recent job and how long you have been unemployed.

Before you call to schedule a clinic appointment

Before you call, please:

Please be Aware: all of our Workers’ Rights Clinic locations offer the same consultation services. If you schedule an appointment at one location, do not schedule another until after you received an initial consultation.

What to expect at the Workers’ Rights Clinic

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