Last week, the Cleveland Homeless Legal Assistance Program opened a Self Help Center inside the May Dugan Center at 4115 Bridge Road in Cleveland. This new Center is intended to help homeless people and others who cannot afford a lawyer with civil issues such as landlord/tenant problems and divorces. Although the Center will provide access to legal documents and allow users to copy materials and access court websites for information, Center staff will not offer legal advice. The Center is sponsored by the Northeast Coalition for the Homeless and the Cleveland Bar Association (which has since merged with the Cuyahoga County Bar Association to become the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association). Hours for the Center are 1-4:00 p.m. on Mondays and 10 a.m.-noon on Wednesdays.