Older Consumers

The National Consumer Law Center (NCLC) receives funding under Title IV of the Older Americans Act to improve the quality and accessibility of legal assistance provided to vulnerable older Americans with consumer-related issues. Consumer problems threaten the independence and financial security of older Americans. NCLC provides legal assistance to attorneys and advocates for older Americans in the areas of consumer and energy law. Major topics of specialization at NCLC include foreclosure prevention and defense, bankruptcy, debt collection, unfair and deceptive practices, sales and warranties, energy assistance, and public utility practices.

Consumer Information for Seniors 

Policy Analysis

logo-NLRCNCLC's National Elder Rights Training Project provides trainings nationwide on a broad range of topics. The Project is part of the Administration on Community Living's National Legal Resource Center. The NLRC provides technical support, case consultation and training to the nation's aging services network.