Assistant Clients’ Right Advocate 1

The ACRA assists and advocates for people with developmental disabilities who are regional center clients, including people who reside in state developmental centers and community facilities.  The ACRA is primarily responsible for clerical and administrative support for the office, which provides information, advice, and representation on a wide range of legal topics impacting people who receive regional center services.  Examples are special education, Social Security, IHSS, healthcare and insurance, and living in the community.

Director of Grants & Compliance – Sacramento Office

The Director of Grants & Compliance is a new full-time position devoted to grant program administration, compliance and management including preparation, submission, compliance monitoring and reporting on all CILS local, private, state, and federal grants and providing grant support and compliance guidance to all four field offices.

Controller- Principal Office, Sacramento

Manage a budget of $4,000,000. Responsible for financial recording/reporting, planning/monitoring, and review/analysis. Member of the executive team that leads the organization.

Staff Attorney

The staff attorney will provide legal services (advice, negotiation, litigation, document preparation) to seniors in accordance with the program and case priorities.

California Indian Legal Services (CILS)

California Indian Legal Services (CILS)

(Bay Area, California Statewide, Central Coast, Central Valley, Eastern California, Northern District, Rural, Sacramento Region, Southwestern California) Launched four decades ago, CILS is one of the oldest non-profit law firms devoted exclusively to the cause of Native American rights. HQ in Escondido, with offices in Bishop, Eureka, and Sacramento.
Organization Type: Provider
Lists: IOLTA Field Programs, IOLTA-Funded, LSC Grantees