Drop-in Services

Catholic Community Services - Solanus Casey Center - St. James Cathedral

804 9th Ave, St. James Cathedral, Seattle, WA, 98104

0 Miles—Get Directions

(206) 223-0907

Contact Hours: Drop-in only, M-Th, 1-4pm.

Website

 http://ccsww.org/get-help/shelter-homeless-services/solanus-casey-center/

Description: Offers drop-in hospitality, advocacy, local telephone use, resource information & limited WA ID card and birth certificate assistance to low-income clients in transition.

Description: Offers drop-in hospitality, advocacy, local telephone use, resource information & limited WA ID card and birth certificate assistance to low-income clients in transition.

Reentry Services

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(206) 325-5678

Contact Hours: Times vary. Call before visiting.

Website

 http://freedomprojectwa.org/

Description: Helps returning prisoners reintegrate back into the community by offering services such as mentoring, housing search assistance, jobs, education, legal services and transportation.

Description: Helps returning prisoners reintegrate back into the community by offering services such as mentoring, housing search assistance, jobs, education, legal services and transportation.

Forensic Services

Sound - Capitol Hill

1600 E Olive St, Seattle, WA, 98122

1 Miles—Get Directions

(206) 302-2200

Contact Hours: M-F, 8:30am-5pm.

Website

 http://www.sound.health

Description: Provides co-occurring disorder integrated case management services and treatment for men and women with a history of incarceration or interactions with the legal system.

Description: Provides co-occurring disorder integrated case management services and treatment for men and women with a history of incarceration or interactions with the legal system.

Innocence Project NW

University of Washington, William H. Gates Hall, Rm 265, Seattle, WA, 98195

3 Miles—Get Directions

211

Contact Hours: M-F, 8am-6pm.

Website

 https://www.law.uw.edu/academics/experiential-learning/clinics/ipnw/

Description: Represents indigent people in Washington who are serving long prison terms, who claim their innocence, and who no longer have a right to court-appointed counsel.

Description: Represents indigent people in Washington who are serving long prison terms, who claim their innocence, and who no longer have a right to court-appointed counsel.

Emergency Services Brochures and Reentry Assistance Packets

Crisis Connections - King County 2-1-1

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(800) 621-4636

Contact Hours: King County 2-1-1: M-F, 8am-6pm.

Website

 https://www.crisisconnections.org/get-help/resources/emergency-services-brochures/

Description: Brochures list shelters, food resources and other emergency services. Reentry Packet offers information on resources for those currently under supervision by the criminal justice system, including anyone with a sex offense on their record.

Description: Brochures list shelters, food resources and other emergency services. Reentry Packet offers information on resources for those currently under supervision by the criminal justice system, including anyone with a sex offense on their record.

Visitation Transportation Services

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(360) 724-8775

Contact Hours: M-F, 9am-4pm.

Website

 http://www.doc.wa.gov/corrections/incarceration/visiting/support.htm

Description: Provides transportation to people wanting to visit those who are incarcerated in the Washington State Department of Corrections. Call or email at least 10 days before travel date to request transportation.

Description: Provides transportation to people wanting to visit those who are incarcerated in the Washington State Department of Corrections. Call or email at least 10 days before travel date to request transportation.

Legal Guidance, Information & Referrals

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(206) 624-2180

Contact Hours: Legal Intake: Tu-Th, 10am-3pm. Does not accept voicemail messages and does not return calls.

Website

 http://www.aclu-wa.org/gethelp/

Description: Protects civil liberties by advocating for issues such as freedom of expression and religion, police accountability, student rights, LGBTQI issues, voting rights, and criminal barriers. Does not typically provide legal representation.

Description: Protects civil liberties by advocating for issues such as freedom of expression and religion, police accountability, student rights, LGBTQI issues, voting rights, and criminal barriers. Does not typically provide legal representation.

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