MADISON (WKOW) -- Madison College says people struggling during the pandemic can take advantage of their legal clinic which offers free resources to the community.
The clinic can help with rental housing, unemployment, criminal records, immigration, foreclosures and more. There are more than 10 organizations working with the clinic to provide advice.
Norma Kropp is the paralegal program chair at Madison College and liaison with the legal clinic.
"What we want to do is let people know that we are here ready to assist," Kropp said.
Kropp says the clinic is not as busy as anticipated, but she hopes people access the resources available.
"We have the people power to do that right now because we have such a wonderful network of people willing to assist in this clinic," she said.
People can access help through their website and over the phone. All appointments can be done by phone or video call.