Resources for Domestic Violence Victims

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New Beginnings

  • 24 hour helpline: (206) 522.9472
  • New Beginnings empowers survivors and mobilizes community awareness and action to end domestic violence.

Sexual Violence Law Center

  • Mission: Improve the legal response to survivors of sexual violence
  • Phone: 206.624.0621
  • 810, 3rd Avenue , Seattle WA 98104

King County Bar Association:  Neighborhood Legal Clinics (NLC)

  • 30-minute free legal advice.  The attorneys will not represent you in court i.e. their service is very limited.
  • Serves clients in the King County
  • Phone: (206) 267-7099

Project DVORA: Domestic Violence Outreach, Response, and Advocacy

  • Phone: (206)-461-3240
  • Capitol Hill Campus: 1601 16th Avenue, Seattle WA 98122-4000

Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs (WCSAP)


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

  • Phone: 425.747.7274

The Salvation Army: Confidential Domestic Violence Advocacy

  • Serves adult victims of intimate partner violence
  • (206) 442-8394
  • 1101 Pike Street, Seattle WA 98101

Consejo: Counseling and Referral Services

  • Phone: (206) 461-4880
  • Provides Legal and Community Advocacy
  • Specialized for non- or limited English-language proficient Latino victims

WA Savin

  • 1 (877)-846-3492

Victim Information & Notification Everyday

  • Vine notifies you when an inmate’s custody status changes.
  • 1-877-425-VINE

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