Please review these organizations' websites and inform yourself about their specific services, to ensure that the referrals you provide to survivors are appropriate. If a survivor you are working with has a legal need that cannot be addressed by these organizations, please contact WCSAP for technical assistance and to connect with other legal service providers and technical assistance providers.
- Washington LawHelp
- provides free legal information and a guide to free and low-cost legal help to low-income persons in Washington, including a directory of legal aid programs by county.
- Northwest Justice Project
- provides free legal information, advice, limited assistance, representation, community education, outreach, and other community-based advocacy throughout Washington.
- Coordinated Legal Education, Advice and Referral (CLEAR)
- is Washington's toll-free, centralized intake, advice, and referral service for low-income people seeking free legal assistance with civil legal problems.
- Legal Voice
- works to advance legal rights for women in the Northwest. They take on court cases with the potential to improve the quality of life for women; they advocate to elected and appointed officials to ensure that women receive fair treatment; and they have a telephone line people can call for free legal information.
- Northwest Immigrant Rights Project
- promotes justice for low-income immigrants by pursuing and defending their legal status. They focus on providing direct legal services, supported by education and public policy work.
- County bar associations
- may have a list of attorneys willing to take on pro bono cases.
- Washington State Bar Association's Moderate Means Program
- is a statewide reduced-fee lawyer referral program. The program is for people who would not be eligible for legal aid services but cannot afford to hire a private attorney.
- provides free legal representation and advice to youth, as well as legal education, resources, and trainings to community partners.
- Center for Child and Youth Justice
- advances justice for and enhances the lives of children and youth through juvenile justice, child welfare, and related systems reform.