Chapman University sponsors a wide variety of community outreach programs which offer no-cost or low-costs services to City of Orange as well as supporting, in a variety of ways, public service programs. . Please use the links below to find out more about each opportunity.
Alona Cortese Elder Law Clinic: law students, under attorney supervision and in partnership with local legal aid organizations, provide legal assistance to senior citizens.
Family Violence Clinic provides free immigration and family law assistance for those clients who are victims of domestic violence.
Tax Law Clinic enables law students, under attorney supervision, work on behalf of disadvantaged taxpayers who otherwise could not afford representation.
AMVETS Legal Clinic (part of the Military Personnel Law Center) provides free legal assistance to veterans, active duty military, and their families.
Frances L. Smith Community Clinic fulfills its mission to provide high quality and affordable mental health services to the community including adults, children, teens, couples, and families.
Kids First is an 8-week psychoeducational program for parents and children ages 4-17 going through the process of divorce.
Friendly Center is a comprehensive family and community resource center dedicated to improving the lives of children, adults, and seniors by helping them move toward self-sufficiency through immediate aid and a variety of educational and life skill programs.
Student Volunteerism Read about the upcoming Chapman Day of Service as well as the other ways the university's students are involved in city and county-wide service experiences.