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  • Village of Hope 206-937-2701 | http://www.thevillageofhopeseattle.org/

    Our mission is to work in cooperation with other organizations and with elders, children, youth and adults to build and experience a strong and healthy community where people are liberated to live powerfully in every aspect of our lives.


  • Columbia Legal Services (206) 287-8625 | http://www.columbialegal.org/

    The Reentry Clinic provides free legal services to low-income men and women with criminal records facing barriers to successful reentry. The clinic focuses on legal issues related to legal financial obligations (fees, fines and restitution), Certificates of Restoration of Opportunity (CROP), and access to employment and housing. Clients call to make an appointment to meet with a volunteer attorney at the clinic.


  • HousingSearchNW.org 877.428.8844 | http://www.housingsearchnw.org/

    HousingSearchNW.org is a free resource to help you find a home in the state of Washington that fits your needs and budget. Property owners and managers can post apartments or homes for rent any time, which means that our list is always current.


  • Associated Ministries 253-682-3401 | https://associatedministries.org/access-point-for-housing/

    As part of Coordinated Entry, a Coordinated Entry Specialist will work one-on-one with individuals to enable stability. Services will include, but are not limited to, referrals to housing programs or independent housing and assistance/referrals in securing benefits.


  • Career Bridge (206) 461-3792 | http://www.urbanleague.org/employment/career-bridge/

    Career Bridge helps facilitate participant’s connection to resources to address basic needs (i.e. food, transportation, housing, etc.), wrap services (i.e. childcare, utility assistance, etc.) and unsolved trauma (i.e. healthy relationships, mental health, substance use/abuse, etc.).


  • Seattle Goodwill – Job Training & Education Center (206) 329-1000 | http://seattlegoodwill.org/job-training-and-education

    Seattle Goodwill offers free job training and education programs to people in the community, as well as, assisting with finding employment. Seattle Goodwill Industries has a training center in Seattle, Bellingham, Bremerton, Mount Vernon, and South Everett.


  • Washington State Board for Community and Technical College 360-704-4400 | http://www.checkoutacollege.com

    Washington state’s community and technical college system focuses on three mission areas: (1) Basic Education for Adults (includes GED®, (2) English as a Second Language, and basic reading, math, writing skills), Workforce education (training students for direct entry into a career), and (3) Academic transfer (preparing students to transfer to a university).


  • Post-Prison Education Program (206) 524-3333 | http://postprisonedu.org/

    The Post-Prison Education Program provides access to education and unwavering support through wrap around services including tuition, housing, groceries, daycare and intensive mentoring. The Program’s innovative approach provides extensive outreach in prisons and intensive support post-release.


  • Pioneer Human Services 206-768-1990 | http://pioneerhumanservices.org/programs/list?tid=12

    Pioneer’s community reentry programs serve as a bridge from incarceration to life in the community. The reentry centers help formerly incarcerated individuals with a successful transition through an array of services focused on finding and retaining employment, reconnecting with families, overcoming a substance use disorder and other issues, and becoming productive members of society.


  • Washington Health Plan Finder 855-923-4633 | https://www.wahealthplanfinder.org/

    Washington Healthplanfinder offers healthcare (e.g. medical and dental) coverage for children, parents/caretakers with children, pregnant women, or adults age 18 to 64 years old.


  • Washington Connection 877-501-2233 | http://www.washingtonconnection.org

    Washington Connection offers a fast and easy way for families and individuals to apply for a variety of services such as Food, Cash, Child Care, Long-Term Care, and Medicare Savings Programs. Individuals that are age 65 or older, blind or disabled may also apply for medical assistance.


  • Crisis Clinic 866-427-4747 | https://crisisclinic.org/

    Crisis Clinic is at the heart of the Seattle-King County safety net providing a broad array of telephone-based crisis intervention and information and referral services.


  • Financial Empowerment Network | http://www.everyoneiswelcome.org/

    The Financial Empowerment Network (formerly known as the Seattle-King County Asset Building Collaborative) is an asset building collaborative of public, private and nonprofit organizations dedicated to helping low and moderate income people become financially stable.


  • Clearpoint 8007502227 | https://www.clearpoint.org/

    Clearpoint helps consumers identify the causes of their individual financial concerns and make a plan to address them.


  • American Financial Solutions (888) 282-5844 | https://www.myfinancialgoals.org/

    In direct opposition to costly high-interest loans that many debt consolidation companies promote, American Financial Solutions offers a broad spectrum of education and counseling resources to help consumers with debt management, credit counseling, and personal finance education.


  • Open Door Legal Services (206) 682-4642 | http://www.opendoorlegalservices.org/

    Open Door Legal Services, a department of Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission, works with staff attorneys to serve homeless and very low income clients. Services may include basic advice, help with forms, assistance investigating details of the client’s case, and help setting up and preparing for hearings. Open Door Legal Services does not represent clients in court. They help clients to better represent themselves.


  • Washington Law Help | https://www.washingtonlawhelp.org/

    WashingtonLawhelp.org provides free legal information on common civil legal issues and a guide to free and low cost legal help to low-income persons and seniors in Washington. The site includes Know Your Rights publications, self-help packets, DIY forms, videos and links to other sites with relevant information.



  • CLEAR (Coordinated Legal Education Advice and Referral) 888-201-1014 | https://nwjustice.org/clear-hotline

    The Northwest Justice Project (NJP) operates a toll-free intake and referral hotline called CLEAR (Coordinated Legal Education Advice and Referral). CLEAR serves as the statewide, centralized point of access for clients seeking free legal help, including advice, education, limited legal services, self-help materials and, where available, referrals for further representation. NJP attorneys in offices around the state provide assistance and direct representation in high priority, complex cases, including cases that address barriers to persons seeking access to our justice system, and also engage in community education efforts.


  • WA Recovery Help Line (866)789-1511 | https://www.warecoveryhelpline.org/

    The WA Recovery Help Line, a service of Crisis Clinic, is a 24-hour crisis intervention and referral line for those struggling with issues related to mental health, substance abuse, and problem gambling. Professionally trained volunteers and staff provide confidential support and referrals to detox, treatment, and recovery support groups.


  • 24 Hour Crisis Line (206)461-3222 | https://crisisclinic.org/find-help/crisis-line/

    The 24-Hour Crisis Line provides immediate help to individuals, families and friends of people in emotional crisis. We can help you determine if you or your loved one needs professional consultation and we can link you to the appropriate services. We are a primary source for linking Seattle-King County residents to emergency mental health services.


  • Teen Link (866)833-6546 | https://866teenlink.org/

    Teen Link is a program that empowers youth to make positive and self-respecting decisions about their lives and provides resources and assistance to help them. Teen Link includes a statewide teen-answered help line every evening between 6-10 PM, online chat support, youth suicide prevention training, community outreach and education, as well as the distribution of our free Where to Turn for Teens resource guides. Teen Link focuses on serving youth in the Seattle-King County area and Washington State.


  • Children and Families of Incarcerated Parents Support 360-725-6000 | http://www.k12.wa.us/incarceratedparents/

    Children and Families of Incarcerated Parents Support aims to provide information and technical assistance to parents, families, teachers, school administrators and the public, in order to improve services to those children with parents in prison. These children face many challenges. Regular contact between an incarcerated parent and his or her child can decrease the chances of the parent reoffending and decrease the chances of the child going to prison later in life.



  • Black Out WA 815-272-3537 | https://www.facebook.com/BlackOutWA

    Black Out is a WA Black advocacy group with a focus on building capacity around political advocacy & civic engagement for families of African descent.


  • Seattle King County NAACP 206-324-6600 | http://www.seattlekingcountynaacp.org/

    The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate racial hatred and racial discrimination.


  • EPIC (Ending the Prison Industrial Complex) 206-632-0500 | https://endingthepic.wordpress.com/

    Ending the Prison Industrial Complex (EPIC) is a community group working to stop the construction of the proposed new youth jail in King County, Washington. EPIC operates with staff support from American Friends Service Committee and includes members of Youth Undoing Institutional Racism, the People’s Institute Northwest and the community at-large.


  • No New Jim Crow Seattle | https://www.facebook.com/TheNewJimCrowInSeattle/

    The No New Jim Crow Coalition is working to dismantle racism and mass incarceration. The coalition is seeking new to foster new relationships to help with divestment projects & restorative justice.


  • Innocence Project NW (206) 616-8792 | http://www.ipnw.org

    Innocence Project Northwest is an innocence organization that provides free legal services to the wrongfully convicted in Washington State and works to improve justice systems

    Innocence Project Northwest
    PO Box 85110
    Seattle, WA 98145



  • Arms Around You (206) 582-5011 |

    Arms Around You is a non-profit re-entry program that provides referrals and resources to formerly incarcerated individuals coming out of correctional facilities, the homeless community, victims of domestic violence and substance abuse, as well as those dealing with transitional needs due to unexpected life changes.

    506 2nd Avenue, Ste 1400
    Seattle, Washington


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