Tacoma Probono Housing Justice Project (HJP):
253-572-5134, or email@example.com — A Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Association program that offers legal advice and potentially representation for landlord-tenant issues, including evictions. HJP attorneys are available Mon-Thu afternoons in the Pierce County Courthouse Law Library. No appointment is necessary if you have an unlawful detainer hearing scheduled Mon-Thu.
Northwest Justice Project™ (NJP): Coordinated Legal Education Advice and Referral Service (CLEAR) provides information, advice & referral for low-income people and seniors
Dial "211" in King County
1-888-201-1014 outside of King County
1-888-387-7111 for Seniors (age 60 and over)
Mondays-Fridays 9:15 AM-12:15 PM
Solid Ground: Tenant Counseling & Education
Tenant Services Line
10:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday and Thursday, 10:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Wednesday
King County Bar Association's Housing Justice Project:
206-267-7090 — King County Bar Association’s walk-in legal information and assistance. Priority service for renters facing evictions. Open Mon–Fri, 8–10:30 am, in the King County Courthouse in Seattle and Kent Regional Justice Center. Seattle location also open Mon, 3:45-4:45 pm.
Tenant Law Center:
206-324-6890 — A part of Catholic Community Services, Tenant Law Center offers legal advice and assistance for low-income Seattle renters facing eviction, repair problems, deposit loss, subsidy termination, lockouts and other issues.
Neighborhood Legal Clinics:
206-267-7070 — King County Bar Association’s legal clinics located across King County, NLC attorneys can provide a free half hour of legal advice to renters, regardless of income.
Bellevue Conflict Resolution Center is ready to help landlords and tenants who live and/or work in the Bellevue/Kirkland area negotiate matters concerning their property or home during the COVID-19 crisis. For assistance, call at (425) 452-4091 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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