Category: Community resources

New Beginnings

New Beginnings has many programs that help survivors of domestic violence at any point in their journey to freedom. Whether they are still living with their abuser or have left and need some additional support to heal, New Beginnings is there. We also know that in order to meet our mission, we must aim upstream and stop violence before it begins with prevention and intervention programs for young people.

https://newbegin.org/

(206) 522-9472

Multi-Communities

Multi-Communities utilizes a wraparound team approach combining staff, and a Community Resource team from different youth and adult victim services and perpetrator treatment programs to build creative connective relationships between predominantly African American faith communities and other systems for solutions to violence.

http://www.multicommunities.org/index.html

(206) 937-7155

KCBA Family Law Mentor Program

The King County Bar Association Family Law Mentor Program assists King County residents who are low-income married or unmarried parents with contested family law cases (dissolution, petition to establish a parenting plan, or paternity cases) where children are at risk.

https://www.kcba.org/For-the-Public/Free-Legal-Assistance/Family-Law-Mentor-Program

(206) 267-7085

InterIm CDA (ICDA)

InterIm CDA (ICDA) provides multilingual, culturally competent housing and community building services to those disenfranchised due to lack of English, low acculturation and poverty. Though historically ICDA’s focus was on the API community living in the CID, we currently serve about 5000 unduplicated low-income limited English speaking individuals from Asia, Africa and America throughout the greater Puget Sound.

https://interimcda.org

(206) 624-1802

Eastside Legal Assistance Program (ELAP)

The Eastside Legal Assistance Program (ELAP) provides high-quality, no-cost civil legal aid to low-income residents of East, Northeast, and Southeast King County, Washington. We also provide legal aid to survivors of domestic violence throughout all of King County.

https://www.elap.org 

425.747.7274

425.620.2778 (español)