Advocacy Services

Call for location

(206) 922-7088

Contact Hours: M-Th, 9am-noon, 1-5pm; F, 9am-noon, 1-4pm.

Website

 https://www.adwas.org/programs/advocacy/

Description: Provides legal advocacy and crisis intervention for Deaf, DeafBlind or hard-of-hearing victims and survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence.

Description: Provides legal advocacy and crisis intervention for Deaf, DeafBlind or hard-of-hearing victims and survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence.

Kinship Caregivers Support Program

100 23rd Ave S, Randolph Carter Family Center, Seattle, WA, 98144

3 Miles—Get Directions

(206) 328-6858

Contact Hours: M-F, 9am-4:30pm.

Website

 http://ccsww.org/get-help/services-for-seniors-people-with-disabilities/kinship-services/#Kinship%20Navigator

Description: Provides financial assistance for kinship caregivers. Licensed foster parents are ineligible. Adults 18+ must be the primary caregiver for their friend's or relative's children. Must have exhausted all other financial resources.

Description: Provides financial assistance for kinship caregivers. Licensed foster parents are ineligible. Adults 18+ must be the primary caregiver for their friend's or relative's children. Must have exhausted all other financial resources.

Lawyers Fostering Independence Program

Center for Children & Youth Justice - YMCA Young Adult Services

2100 24th Ave S, Suite 250, Seattle, WA, 98144

4 Miles—Get Directions

(206) 696-7503

Contact Hours: Drop-in Only. 1st W of the month, 3-4:30pm; 3rd Th of the month, 1:30-3:30pm.

Website

 http://www.ccyj.org

Description: Provides information, advice, referrals and possibly representation for issues concerning housing, public benefits, employment, family law, debt/credit, identity theft, driver's license restoration and records sealing for youth ages 17-25.

Description: Provides information, advice, referrals and possibly representation for issues concerning housing, public benefits, employment, family law, debt/credit, identity theft, driver's license restoration and records sealing for youth ages 17-25.

Lawyers Fostering Independence Program

Center for Children & Youth Justice - New Horizons

2709 3rd Ave, Seattle, WA, 98121

1 Miles—Get Directions

(206) 696-7503

Contact Hours: Drop-in Only. 2nd Tu of the month, 7:30-9pm.

Website

 http://www.ccyj.org

Description: Provides information, advice, referrals and possibly representation for issues concerning housing, public benefits, employment, family law, debt/credit, identity theft, driver's license restoration and records sealing for youth ages 17-25.

Description: Provides information, advice, referrals and possibly representation for issues concerning housing, public benefits, employment, family law, debt/credit, identity theft, driver's license restoration and records sealing for youth ages 17-25.

Child Support Enforcement

500 1st Ave S, Seattle, WA, 98104

3 Miles—Get Directions

(206) 341-7000

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

Website

 http://www.childsupportonline.wa.gov

Description: Enforces the child support process; including medical support, modifies child support orders, and works with other states to collect support on a client's behalf. Also refers to the King County Prosecuting Attorney to begin paternity cases.

Description: Enforces the child support process; including medical support, modifies child support orders, and works with other states to collect support on a client's behalf. Also refers to the King County Prosecuting Attorney to begin paternity cases.

Conflict Resolution and Mediation Services

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(206) 443-9603

Contact Hours: M-T, 9am-4pm. Voicemail is available; calls are returned with in 36 hours.

Website

 http://kcdrc.org/resolve-a-conflict/

Description: Offers low-cost mediation in person, over the phone and at small claims court. Mediates neighborhood problems, landlord-tenant, foreclosure, family problems or employer/employee problems. Cannot assist in issues involving drugs or violence.

Description: Offers low-cost mediation in person, over the phone and at small claims court. Mediates neighborhood problems, landlord-tenant, foreclosure, family problems or employer/employee problems. Cannot assist in issues involving drugs or violence.

Bilingual Spanish Legal Clinic

2524 16th Ave S, Seattle, WA, 98144

4 Miles—Get Directions

(206) 957-4634

Contact Hours: 2nd W of every month, January through November, from 6-8pm. Sign up at 4pm.

Website

 http://elcentrodelaraza.org

Description: Provides bilingual legal information and advice for a broad range of legal issues. Visit in person on day of clinic to sign up. Do not call for an appointment. Clients are seen on a first-come, first-served basis.

Description: Provides bilingual legal information and advice for a broad range of legal issues. Visit in person on day of clinic to sign up. Do not call for an appointment. Clients are seen on a first-come, first-served basis.

LGBTQ Family Immigration Legal Clinic

1105 23rd Ave, Seattle, WA, 98122

2 Miles—Get Directions

(206) 322-7700

Contact Hours: M-F, 9:30am-6pm.

Website

 http://www.entrehermanos.org

Description: Provides free Immigration and Family Law legal clinics. Assists with citizenship applications. Works with OIRA for DACA program recipients.

Description: Provides free Immigration and Family Law legal clinics. Assists with citizenship applications. Works with OIRA for DACA program recipients.

Lawyer Referral

1200 5th Ave, Suite 700, Seattle, WA, 98101

2 Miles—Get Directions

(206) 267-7010

Contact Hours: M-F, 9am-4:30pm.

Website

 http://www.kcba.org/For-the-Public/Hire-a-Lawyer

Description: Provides assessment of legal needs and referral to private attorneys.

Description: Provides assessment of legal needs and referral to private attorneys.

Kinship Care Solutions

1200 5th Ave, Suite 700, Seattle, WA, 98101

2 Miles—Get Directions

(206) 267-7086

Contact Hours: Voicemail only.

Website

 http://www.kcba.org/pbs/KC.aspx

Description: Provides direct representation to relatives and other caregivers in nonparental custody cases of at-risk children through referrals to a pro bono panel of attorneys.

Description: Provides direct representation to relatives and other caregivers in nonparental custody cases of at-risk children through referrals to a pro bono panel of attorneys.

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