Explore Eviction and Housing Resources

Resources are available to you and your family to help you deal with credit and eviction issues. Below are some of the agencies and services offered throughout Seattle and King County. Always start by calling 2-1-1 to learn about the most updated resources in your area.

Eviction Resources

Housing Justice Project offers free legal advice for tenants in the process of being evicted or who have questions regarding housing rights. HJP does not provide legal representation. No appointment needed. Check out their website to learn more about the services.

www.kcba.org/For-the-Public/Free-Legal-Assistance/Housing-Justice-Project

Neighborhood Legal Clinic provides legal advice on several topics including debt, bankruptcy, and eviction. To learn more, visit their website.

www.kcba.org/For-the-Public/Free-Legal-Assistance/Neighborhood-Legal-Clinics

The Northwest Justice Project provides free legal advice and representation. Visit their website to learn more.

www.nwjustice.org/contact-northwest-justice-project

Solid Ground provides education and assistance with evictions and other housing services. Check out their website to find out more about services.

www.solid-ground.org/get-help/housing

The Tenant Law Center with Catholic Community Services offers legal advice on evictions. Visit their website to learn more.

www.ccsww.org/get-help/specialized-services/tenant-law-center

If you are interested in accessing this resource, you will need to get a referral from your Family Navigator. If you do not have a Family Navigator, you can contact info@creatingmoves.org. Once your referral is received and processed, the Tenant Law Center will contact you directly to set up an appointment to meet with their attorneys.

Financial Assistance for Evictions or Debt

Mary's Place provides many housing related services including financial assistance and advocacy.

www.marysplaceseattle.org/programs

Urban League offers many services including financial assistance and advocacy.

www.urbanleague.org

Free Credit Resources

American Financial Solutions provides bankruptcy, credit, and housing counseling. They also offer financial education classes. Find out more on their website.

www.myfinancialgoals.org/contact

If you have a complaint about a business in Washington State related to debt collections, identity theft, or other similar issues, you can file a complaint with the Attorney General of Washington State. Learn more on their website.

www.atg.wa.gov/file-complaint

Money Management International offers financial education and counseling in-person, online, and on the phone. Look for information about counseling opportunities on their website.

www.moneymanagement.org/locations/washington/seattle

Neighborhood Legal Clinic provides legal advice on topics including debt and bankruptcy. Visit their website to find out more about services.

www.kcba.org/For-the-Public/Free-Legal-Assistance/Neighborhood-Legal-Clinics

The Northwest Justice Project has a program called Debt Collection Defense Clinic, which gives legal assistance with lawsuits or other issues relating to debt and collection agency abuse. Visit the Northwest Justice Project website for more information.

www.nwjustice.org/contact-northwest-justice-project

Sometimes libraries will offer financial education classes so check your local library for programming and dates.

King County Library System: www.kcls.org

Seattle Public Library: www.spl.org

Solid Ground provides a program called financial fitness boot camp, which coaches clients in finances and debt reduction. Email them to learn more about the program: financialfitness@solid-ground.org or visit their website.

www.solid-ground.org/get-help/more-services/#financialfitness

YWCA offers several financial education programs such as financial coaching, education, and workshops. Email eri@ywcaworks.org for financial coaching program or visit their website to find out more.

www.ywcaworks.org/programs/economic-resilience-initiative