This page provides information on community resources that can offer legal assistance and referrals. These organizations can address a different mix of general and specific legal issues. Many organizations provide services in multiple languages.
FREE! Legal Services Presentation at Edmonds College on June 9!
Edmonds College is partnering with Snohomish County Legal Services to provide students and staff with an overview and introduction to the free services for low-income individuals and households offered by Snohomish Country Legal Services. This introduction focuses on Civil Legal Services: Family Law, Housing, and Wills for Seniors.
The Mission of Snohomish County Legal Services (SCLS) is: Guiding people in poverty out of crisis by providing quality legal services. Our Vision is a world without barriers to justice. We use a hybrid model of service delivery that includes staff attorneys for immediate emergency assistance and highly complex cases, volunteer attorneys and paralegals for advice and legal representation, and a series of clinics and workshops that empower clients in self-advocacy.
Northwest Justice Project (NJP) provides free legal assistance to address fundamental human needs such as housing, family safety, income security, health care, education, and more. Our work challenges structural and racial inequities to promote the long-term well-being of low-income individuals, families and communities across Washington State
The Catholic Charities Foundation of Western Washington, established in 2002, is a 501(c)3 that ensures the future care of the poorest and most vulnerable people in Western Washington served through the programs, shelters and services of Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services.
Call: 206.580.0762 or 206.324.6890
Direct legal services in support of immigrants, asylum-seekers and refugees, regardless of immigration status (primarily for low-income individuals).
Call: 206.587.4009 or 1.800.445.5771
The QLaw Foundation Legal Clinics are drop-in clinics that offer free consultation with a volunteer attorney. Attorneys help clients understand their legal problem, suggest possible options, and provide appropriate referrals.
The Unemployment Law Project (ULP) advocates for workers in Washington State to advance their economic security during periods of unemployment. The ULP also pursues legislative, regulatory, and policy changes to hold government agencies and employers accountable, thereby strengthening equitable practices for unemployed workers.
With offices in Seattle and Spokane, Washington, we offer our services to anyone with a Washington State claim.
Call: 206.441.9178 or 1.888.441.9178
Campus Support Resources
Triton Student Resource Hub Counseling & Wellness