Driver's License Reinstatement Clinics in Kansas 2024
Suspended to Reinstated Clinics will be held in many locations. Watch this space to see the schedule of the clinics - dates, times and locations.
Clinics will be held over the next two years and beyond. Other parts of the state will be hosts to clinics.
The first year of the program will concentrate on Topeka and Shawnee County where 11,000 persons have suspended driver's licenses.
Materials needed at appointment: An ID, current insurance card if you have it, any documents from the courts or the state in reference to your traffic issues.
Suspended to Reinstated Clinic (January 24, 2024, done -- Big Success!) See pictures below.
Suspended to Reinstated Clinic
Saturday, March 9, 2024, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Topeka Independent Living Resource Center, Inc.
1921 SE Indiana Avenue
Topeka, KS 66607
Persons with Suspended Licenses:
- If you are a Kansan with a suspended license, please PRE-REGISTER FOR A CLINIC for help by calling 316-267-3975, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- To qualify, earnings must be at or below 125% of the federal poverty guidelines.
Walk-ins not guaranteed to get an appointment.
Clinic dates, locations and times will always be listed on this webpage so check back often to see new clinics scheduled.
Attorneys and Law Students:
- If you are an attorney or a law student and want to volunteer, you can sign up at email@example.com and state the clinic you wish to join. We will have CLE trainings for each clinic. You'll get the training information after you sign up.
Here are photos from our first clinic of the year on January 24, at Community Resources Council - Stout Community Center
We helped about 60 people at this first clinic, and had 8 volunteer attorneys and other staffers to help.
KLS Suspended to Reinstated Project Director, Micah Tempel, helps a client with their license issue.
Many people made appointments ahead of time but many also just showed up as walk-ins. We prefer and urge people to register ahead of the next clinic.
More people checking in.
Here, volunteer attorney Bo Turney, from the firm Irigonegaray, Turney, and Ravenaugh, LLP, helps a person figure out their driver's license issue.
The Topeka Municipal Court staffers were a big help.
KLS Statewide Pro Bono Director, Joy Springfield, helps a client.
Volunteer attorney Marilyn Harp (former KLS Executive Director) helps a client who gave permission to have this picture taken
Volunteer attorney Jackie Hanzok, Assistant Public Defender with the Kansas Board of Indigents' Defense, helps a client.
Thanks to our host, Community Resources Council, and all the volunteers and staff who made this clinic possible! And thanks to the clients who came and made a positive step by getting their license reinstatement process going!
The clinics are made possible by a Pro Bono Innovation Fund Grant from the Legal Services Corporation.