Legal Resources County-by-County

Adams County– Most legal aid services for low-income people are provided through state-wide agencies (Northwest Justice Project or state government agencies). There are no municipal or county-level legal aid programs, and no Family Court Facilitator through the clerk’s office.

The main access point for legal services for residents of Adams County is the CLEAR line. Contact information for CLEAR is under the state-wide resources list.  Other state-wide resources are available to residents of Adams County as well.  Refer to the state-wide resources for contact information.

The Columbia Basin Dispute Resolution Center provides mediation services to residents of Adams County with family law or landlord-tenant issues.
821 W Broadway, Ste 108 PO Box 2239
Moses Lake WA 98837
Phone: 509-760-0706
Email: cbdrc@smwireless.net


Asotin County – Most legal aid services for low-income people are provided through state-wide agencies (Columbia Legal Services, Northwest Justice Project, or government agencies).

The Asotin County Superior Court has a Family Court Facilitator program that is accessible to everyone for a small fee.  For more information, contact the Asotin Court Facilitator: Georgina Kinyon, 509-243-2082.

The main access point for legal services for residents of Asotin County is the CLEAR line. Contact information for CLEAR is under the state-wide resources list.  Other state-wide resources are available to residents of Asotin County as well.  Refer to the state-wide resources list for contact information.

Resources for survivors of domestic violence resources are available through the Asotin County Victims Advocate program. Contact them at (509)243-2061.

Residents of Asotin County can use the mediation services provided by Dispute Resolution Centers in Spokane and Tri-Cities for assistance with family law or landlord-tenant issues.

Dispute Resolution Center of Tri-Cities
5219 W Clearwater, Ste 11
Kennewick WA 99336
Phone: 509-783-3325
Email: drctc@drctc.org

Fulcrum Institute Dispute Resolution Clinic
915 W 2nd Ave, Ste 1
Spokane WA 99201
Phone: 509-838-2799
Email: medite@fulcrumdispute.com

Northwest Mediation Center
35 W Main Ave, Ste 230
Spokane WA 99201
Phone: 509-456-0103
Email: info@nwmediationcenter.com


Benton CountyThe Benton-Franklin Legal Aid Society provides limited free legal aid to low-income residents of Benton County:

Benton-Franklin Legal Aid Society
418 N. Kellogg #E
Kennewick, WA 99336
(509) 734-9840
bflegalaid2@ymail.com

The Benton County Superior Court has a Family Court Facilitator program that is accessible to everyone for a small fee. For more information, contact the Benton Court Courthouse Facilitator: 7122 W Okanogan PL, Bldg A, Kennewick WA 99336. 509-736-3071.

The main access point for legal services for residents of Benton County is the CLEAR line. Contact information for CLEAR is under the state-wide resources list.  Other state-wide resources are available to residents of Benton County as well. Refer to the state-wide resources list for contact information.

The Domestic Violence Services program of Benton-Franklin Counties provides advocacy and support services for domestic violence victims in Benton County.  Contact their 24-hour crisis hotline at (800) 648-1277.

Residents of Benton County can use the mediation services provided by Dispute Resolution Center in Tri-Cities for assistance with family law or landlord-tenant issues.

Dispute Resolution Center of Tri-Cities
5219 W Clearwater, Ste 11
Kennewick WA 99336
Phone: 509-783-3325
Email: drctc@drctc.org


Chelan County – The Chelan-Douglas County Volunteer Attorney Services provides limited free legal aid to low-income residents of Chelan County:

Chelan-Douglas County VAS
300 Okanogan Avenue, Suite 3-B
Wenatchee, WA 98801
(509) 663-2778
edvas@nwi.net

The Chelan County Superior Court has a Family Court Facilitator program that is accessible to everyone for a small fee. For more information, contact the Chelan County Pro Se Self-Help Center: 350 Orondo St, Wenatchee WA 98801. 509-667-6380.

The main access point for legal services for residents of Chelan County is the CLEAR line. Contact information for CLEAR is under the state-wide resources list. Other state-wide resources are available to residents of Chelan County as well. Refer to the state-wide resources list for contact information.

The SAGE program provides support and advocacy for survivors of domestic violence in Chelan County.  Contact them at 509-663-7446 or 509-888-HELP.

Residents of Chelan County can use the mediation services provided by Dispute Resolution Center in Wenatchee for assistance with family law or landlord-tenant issues.

Wenatchee Valley Dispute Resolution Center
14 N Mission
Wenatchee WA 98801
Phone: 509-888-0957
Email: wvdrc@nwi.net


Clallam County – The Clallam-Jefferson County Pro Bono Lawyers program provides limited free legal aid to low-income residents of Clallam County:

Clallam-Jefferson County Pro Bono Lawyers
228 W. 1st St.
Suite N
Port Angeles, WA 98362
(360) 504-2422
probonolawyers@gmail.com

The Clallam County Superior Court has a Family Court Facilitator program that is accessible to everyone for a small fee. For more information, contact the Clallam County Family Court Facilitator: 223 E 4th St, Rm 212, Port Angeles WA 98362. 360-417-2588.

The main access point for legal services for residents of Clallam County is the CLEAR line. Contact information for CLEAR is under the state-wide resources list.  Other state-wide resources are available to residents of Clallam County as well. Refer to the state-wide resources list for contact information.

Healthy Families of Clallam County provides advocacy and services for survivors of domestic violence.  Contact them at (360) 452-3811 or ealfam@olypen.com.

Residents of Clallam County can use the mediation services provided by Dispute Resolution Center in Port Angeles for assistance with family law or landlord-tenant issues.

Peninsula Dispute Resolution Center
319 S Peabody PO Box 1034
Port Angeles WA 98362-3015
Phone: 360-452-8024
Email: karen@pdrc.org


Clark County – The Clark County Volunteer Legal Program provides limited free legal aid to low-income residents of Clark County:

Clark County VLP
1409 Franklin Street, Suite 101
Vancouver, WA 98660
Intake (360) 695-5313
susana@ccvlp.org

The Clark County Superior Court has a Family Court Facilitator program that is accessible to everyone for a small fee. For more information, contact the Clark County Court Facilitator: 1200 Franklin St, Vancouver WA 98660. 360-397-2292.

The main access point for legal services for residents of Clark County is the CLEAR line. Contact information for CLEAR is under the state-wide resources list.

Other state-wide resources are available to residents of Clark County as well. Refer to the state-wide resources list for contact information.

Assistance for survivors of domestic violence is available through the Clark County Sheriff’s Office, and through the YWCA SafeChoice Program by calling (360) 695-0501.

Clark County residents can receive mediation assistance with family law or landlord-tenant issues through the local Dispute Resolution Center.

Community Mediation Services
1610 C St, Ste 203 PO Box 1053
Vancouver WA 98666
Phone: 360-334-5862
Email: cms.clarkcounty@gmail.com


Columbia County – Most legal aid services for low-income people are provided through state-wide agencies (Northwest Justice Project or government agencies).

The Columbia County Superior Court has a Family Court Facilitator program that is accessible to everyone for a small fee. The Court Facilitator for Columbia County is available by appointment only. Appointments can be made by calling 509-382-2527, Tuesday -Friday 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Columbia County Court Facilitator
c/o Inland Counseling
221 E. Washington
Dayton, WA 99328
509-382-2527

The main access point for legal services for residents of Columbia County is the CLEAR line. Contact information for CLEAR is under the state-wide resources list.

Other state-wide resources are available to residents of Columbia County as well. Refer to the state-wide resources list for contact information.

Services for survivors of domestic violence are available through the Columbia County Prosecutor’s Office, 116 N. 3rd Ave., Dayton, WA 99328.  Call (509) 382-1197, and through the YWCA of Walla Walla.  Call their Dayton office Crisis Line at (509) 382-9922.

Residents of Columbia County can use the mediation services provided by Dispute Resolution Centers in Spokane and Tri-Cities for assistance with family law or landlord-tenant issues.

Dispute Resolution Center of Tri-Cities
5219 W Clearwater, Ste 11
Kennewick WA 99336
Phone: 509-783-3325
Email: drctc@drctc.org

Fulcrum Institute Dispute Resolution Clinic
915 W 2nd Ave, Ste 1
Spokane WA 99201
Phone: 509-838-2799
Email: medite@fulcrumdispute.com

Northwest Mediation Center
35 W Main Ave, Ste 230
Spokane WA 99201
Phone: 509-456-0103
Email: info@nwmediationcenter.com


Cowlitz County – The Cowlitz-Wahkiakum Legal Aid program provides limited free legal aid to low-income residents of Cowlitz County:

Cowlitz -Wahkiakum Legal Aid
1526 Commerce Avenue
Longview, WA 98632
(360) 425-3430 Ext. 206
(360) 425-2579 (fax)
cwlap@live.com

The Cowlitz County Superior Court has a Family Court Facilitator program that is accessible to everyone for a small fee. For more information, contact the Cowlitz County Clerk’s Office.

Cowlitz County Clerk’s Office
Hall of Justice, Fl 2 312 SW 1st Ave
Kelso WA 98626
360-577-3016

The main access point for legal services for residents of Cowlitz County is the CLEAR line. Contact information for CLEAR is under the state-wide resources list.  Other state-wide resources are available to residents of Cowlitz County as well. Refer to the state-wide resources list for contact information.

Survivors of domestic violence can receive services from the Emergency Support Shelter by calling 360-425-1176.

Cowlitz County residents can receive mediation services through the Dispute Resolution Centers in Vancouver or Chehalis.

Community Mediation Center of Lewis County
120 NW Pacific Ave PO Box 1601
Chehalis WA 98532
Phone: 360-748-0492
Email: drclc@localaccess.com

Community Mediation Services
1610 C St, Ste 203 PO Box 1053
Vancouver WA 98666
Phone: 360-334-5862
Email: cms.clarkcounty@gmail.com


Douglas County – The Chelan-Douglas County Volunteer Attorney Services provides limited free legal aid to low-income residents of Douglas County:

Chelan-Douglas County VAS
300 Okanogan Avenue, Suite 3-B
Wenatchee, WA 98801
(509) 663-2778
edvas@nwi.net

The Douglas County Superior Court has a Family Court Facilitator program that is accessible to everyone for a small fee. For more information, contact the Douglas County Court Facilitator: 620 Lewis St., Wenatchee WA 98801. 509-662-6156.

The main access point for legal services for residents of Douglas County is the CLEAR line. Contact information for CLEAR is under the state-wide resources list.  Other state-wide resources are available to residents of Douglas County as well. Refer to the state-wide resources list for contact information.

The SAGE program provides support and advocacy for survivors of domestic violence in Douglas County.  Contact them at 509-663-7446 or 509-888-HELP.  Assistance is also available through the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office by calling 509-884-0941.

Residents of Douglas County can use the mediation services provided by Dispute Resolution Center in Wenatchee for assistance with family law or landlord-tenant issues.

Wenatchee Valley Dispute Resolution Center
14 N Mission
Wenatchee WA 98801
Phone: 509-888-0957
Email: wvdrc@nwi.net


Ferry County – Most legal aid services for low-income people are provided through state-wide agencies (Northwest Justice Project or government agencies). There are no municipal or county-level legal aid programs, and no Family Court Facilitator through the clerk’s office.

The main access point for legal services for residents of Ferry County is the CLEAR line. Contact information for CLEAR is under the state-wide resources list.  Other state-wide resources are available to residents of Ferry County as well. Refer to the state-wide resources list for contact information.

Survivors of domestic violence can receive assistance by calling the Connections program:
Daytime: (509)775-3331.  After hours crisis: (800) 269-2380. Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1158 Republic, WA 99166 Physical Address: 870 S. Clark Ave. Republic, WA 99166.

Residents of Ferry County can use the mediation services provided by Dispute Resolution Centers in Spokane for assistance with family law or landlord-tenant issues.

Fulcrum Institute Dispute Resolution Clinic
915 W 2nd Ave, Ste 1
Spokane WA 99201
Phone: 509-838-2799
Email: medite@fulcrumdispute.com

Northwest Mediation Center
35 W Main Ave, Ste 230
Spokane WA 99201
Phone: 509-456-0103
Email: info@nwmediationcenter.com


Franklin County – The Benton-Franklin Legal Aid Society provides limited free legal aid to low-income residents of Franklin County:

Benton-Franklin Legal Aid Society
418 N. Kellogg #E
Kennewick, WA 99336
(509) 734-9840
bflegalaid2@ymail.com

The Franklin County Superior Court has a Family Court Facilitator program that is accessible to everyone for a small fee. For more information, contact the Franklin County Courthouse Facilitator: 1016 N. 4th Ave, Pasco, WA 99301. 509-545-3525.

The main access point for legal services for residents of Franklin County is the CLEAR line. Contact information for CLEAR is under the state-wide resources list. Other state-wide resources are available to residents of Franklin County as well. Refer to the state-wide resources list for contact information.

The Domestic Violence Services program of Benton-Franklin Counties provides advocacy and support services for domestic violence victims in Franklin County.  Contact their 24-hour crisis hotline at (800) 648-1277.

Residents of Franklin County can use the mediation services provided by Dispute Resolution Center in Tri-Cities for assistance with family law or landlord-tenant issues.

Dispute Resolution Center of Tri-Cities
5219 W Clearwater, Ste 11
Kennewick WA 99336
Phone: 509-783-3325
Email: drctc@drctc.org


Garfield County – Most legal aid services for low-income people are provided through state-wide agencies (Northwest Justice Project or government agencies). There are no municipal or county-level legal aid programs, and no Family Court Facilitator through the clerk’s office.

The main access point for legal services for residents of Garfield County is the CLEAR line. Contact information for CLEAR is under the state-wide resources list. Other state-wide resources are available to residents of Garfield County as well. Refer to the state-wide resources list for contact information.

Services for survivors of domestic violence are available through the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office by calling (509) 843-3082 or emailing prosecutor@co.garfield.wa.us.

Residents of Garfield County can use the mediation services provided by Dispute Resolution Centers in Spokane and Tri-Cities for assistance with family law or landlord-tenant issues.

Dispute Resolution Center of Tri-Cities
5219 W Clearwater, Ste 11
Kennewick WA 99336
Phone: 509-783-3325
Email: drctc@drctc.org

Fulcrum Institute Dispute Resolution Clinic
915 W 2nd Ave, Ste 1
Spokane WA 99201
Phone: 509-838-2799
Email: medite@fulcrumdispute.com

Northwest Mediation Center
35 W Main Ave, Ste 230
Spokane WA 99201
Phone: 509-456-0103
Email: info@nwmediationcenter.com


Grant County – Most legal aid services for low-income people are provided through state-wide agencies (Columbia Legal Services, Northwest Justice Project, or government agencies).

The Grant County Superior Court has a Family Court Facilitator program that is accessible to everyone for a small fee. For more information, contact the Grant County Family Law Facilitator: Grant County Clerk’s Office, 35 C St NW, Ephrata, WA 98823. 509-754-2011 ext. 401

The main access point for legal services for residents of Grant County is the CLEAR line. Contact information for CLEAR is under the state-wide resources list.  Other state-wide resources are available to residents of Grant County as well. Refer to the state-wide resources list for contact information.

Survivors of domestic violence can receive services through New Hope by calling their Moses Lake office at 509-764-8402 or their Othello office at 509-488-2699. The emergency hotline can be reached at 1-888-560-6027.

The Columbia Basin Dispute Resolution Center provides mediation services to residents of Grant County with family law or landlord-tenant issues.
821 W Broadway, Ste 108 PO Box 2239
Moses Lake WA 98837
Phone: 509-760-0706
Email: cbdrc@smwireless.net


Grays Harbor CountyThurston County Volunteer Legal Services provides services for low-income people in Grays Harbor County. Contact TCVLS at (360) 705-8194 or 1-844-211-6916, or by email at director@tcvls.org.

The Grays Harbor County Superior Court has a Family Court Facilitator program that is accessible to everyone for a small fee. For more information, contact the Grays Harbor County Family Law Facilitator: 102 W. Broadway, Room 203, Montesano, WA 98563. (360) 249-4472.  You can also contact the Family Court Facilitator via email at jwade@co.grays-harbor.wa.us.

The main access point for legal services for residents of Grays Harbor County is the CLEAR line. Contact information for CLEAR is under the state-wide resources list.  Other state-wide resources are available to residents of Grays Harbor County as well. Refer to the state-wide resources list for contact information.

Survivors of domestic violence can receive services through the Grays Harbor Domestic Violence Center by calling 360-538-0733 or 1-800-818-2194.

The Mediation and Settlement Center provides mediation services to residents of Grant County with family law or landlord-tenant issues.

Mediation and Settlement Center
Grays Harbor College Bldg, 200, Office 219B 1620 Edward P. Smith Dr
Aberdeen WA 98520
Phone: 360-532-8950
Email: donnah@mediationandsettlement.com


Island County – The Volunteer Lawyer Program of Island County provides limited free legal aid to low-income residents of Island County:

Phone: (360) 671-6079
Toll Free: (888) 576-9596
Fax: (360) 671-6082
Email: director@vlpic.org
Mail: c/o LAW Advocates, PO Box 937, Bellingham, WA 98227

The Island County Superior Court has a Court Facilitator program that is accessible to everyone for a small fee. For more information, contact the Island County Court Facilitator: 501 N. Main St., Coupeville, WA 98239. 360-678-7981.

The main access point for legal services for residents of Island County is the CLEAR line. Contact information for CLEAR is under the state-wide resources list.  Other state-wide resources are available to residents of Island County as well. Refer to the state-wide resources list for contact information.

Survivors of domestic violence can receive assistance through CADA – Citizens Against Domestic and Sexual Abuse by calling (360) 675-7057 or by calling the crisis line at (360) 675-CADA (2232).

The Dispute Resolution Center of Snohomis, Island, & Skagit Counties provides mediation services to residents of Island County with family law or landlord-tenant issues.

DRC of Snohomish, Island & Skagit Counties
2801 Lombard St PO Box 839
Everett WA 98206-0839
Phone: 425-339-1335
800-280-4770
Email: drc@voaww.org


Jefferson County – The Clallam-Jefferson County Pro Bono Lawyers program provides limited free legal aid to low-income residents of Jefferson County:

Clallam-Jefferson County Pro Bono Lawyers
228 W. 1st St.
Suite N
Port Angeles, WA 98362
(360) 504-2422
probonolawyers@gmail.com

The Jefferson County Superior Court has a Family Law Facilitator program that is accessible to everyone for a small fee. For more information, contact the Jefferson County Family Law Facilitator: 1200 Jefferson St, Floor 2, Port Townsend, WA 98368. 360-385-9125.

The main access point for legal services for residents of Jefferson County is the CLEAR line. Contact information for CLEAR is under the state-wide resources list.  Other state-wide resources are available to residents of Jefferson County as well. Refer to the state-wide resources list for contact information.

Survivors of domestic violence can receive services through Dove House by calling 360-385-5291.

The Peninsula Dispute Resolution Center provides mediation services to residents of Jefferson County with family law or landlord-tenant issues.

Peninsula DRC
PO Box 1034
Port Angeles WA 98362
Phone: 360-452-8024
800-452-8024
Email: karen@pdrc.org


King County – Please see the page for King County and Seattle Resources.


Kitsap CountyKitsap Legal Services provides limited free legal aid to low-income residents of Kitsap County. Call 360 479-6125.

The Kitsap County Superior Court has a Courthouse Facilitator program that is accessible to everyone for a small fee. For more information, contact the Kitsap County Courthouse Facilitator:

614 Division St, Rm 216
Port Orchard WA 98366
360-337-7260
888-460-7586

The main access point for legal services for residents of Kitsap County is the CLEAR line. Contact information for CLEAR is under the state-wide resources list.  Other state-wide resources are available to residents of Kitsap County as well. Refer to the state-wide resources list for contact information.

Survivors of domestic violence can receive services through the Kitsap County Domestic Violence Task Force.  Call 360-373-5392 or email info@kcdvtf.org.

The Dispute Resolution Center of Kitsap County provides mediation services to residents of Kitsap County with family law or landlord-tenant issues.


Kittitas County– Most legal aid services for low-income people are provided through state-wide agencies (Northwest Justice Project or government agencies). There are no municipal or county-level legal aid programs, and no Family Court Facilitator through the clerk’s office.

The main access point for legal services for residents of Kittitas County is the CLEAR line. Contact information for CLEAR is under the state-wide resources list.  Other state-wide resources are available to residents of Kittitas County as well. Refer to the state-wide resources list for contact information.

Survivors of domestic violence can receive services through the APSEN project. Call 1-866-925-9384
or 509-925-9384, or email: dvsa@cwcmh.org.

The Dispute Resolution Center of Kittitas and Yakima Counties provides mediation services to residents of Kittitas County with family law or landlord-tenant issues.

DRC of Kittitas and Yakima Counties
303 East D St Ste 4
Yakima WA 98901-2300
Phone: 509-453-8949
Phone: 509-925-5123 (Ellensburg)
Email: info@drcyakima.org


Klickitat County – Most legal aid services for low-income people are provided through state-wide agencies (Northwest Justice Project or government agencies).

The Klickitat County Superior Court has a Family Law Facilitator program that is accessible to everyone for a small fee. For more information, contact the Klickitat County Courthouse Facilitator: Klickitat County Clerk’s Office
205 S Columbus Ave, MS CH-3
Goldendale WA 98620-9279
509-773-5744

The main access point for legal services for residents of Klickitat County is the CLEAR line. Contact information for CLEAR is under the state-wide resources list. Other state-wide resources are available to residents of Klickitat County as well. Refer to the state-wide resources list for contact information.

Survivors of domestic violence can receive services through the Community Action Agency’s Programs for Peaceful Living.  Call their Goldendale Office at 509- 773-6100 or 800- 755-1192, Ext 320, or call their White Salmon Office at 509-493-1533 or 800-755-1192, Ext 334.  The 24-hour Crisis Pager Number is 1-800-352-5541.

The Six Rivers Community Mediation Services provides mediation services to residents of Klickitat County with family law or landlord-tenant issues.

Six Rivers Community Mediation Services
1113 Kelly Ave
The Dalles OR 97058
Phone: 541-296-5220
888-628-4101
Email: marti@6rivers.org


Lewis CountyLewis County Bar Legal Aid provides limited free legal aid to low-income residents of Lewis County. Call 360-748-0430.

The Lewis County Superior Court has a Courthouse Facilitator program that is accessible to everyone for a small fee. For more information, contact the Lewis County Court Facilitator at 360-748-0430.

The main access point for legal services for residents of Lewis County is the CLEAR line. Contact information for CLEAR is under the state-wide resources list. Other state-wide resources are available to residents of Lewis County as well. Refer to the state-wide resources list for contact information.

Survivors of domestic violence can receive services through the Human Response Network.  Contact them at 360-748-6601 or 800-244-7414.

The Community Mediation Center of Lewis County provides mediation services to residents of Lewis County with family law or landlord-tenant issues.

120 NW Pacific Ave PO Box 1601
Chehalis WA 98532
Phone: 360-748-0492
Email: drclc@localaccess.com


Lincoln County – The Spokane County Bar Association’s Volunteer Lawyers Program provides limited free legal aid to low-income residents of Lincoln County. Call 509-324-0144 or email vlp@spokanebar.org.

The Lincoln County Superior Court has a Courthouse Facilitator program that is accessible to everyone for a small fee. For more information, contact the Lincoln County Courthouse Facilitator at 509-725-1401.

The main access point for legal services for residents of Lincoln County is the CLEAR line. Contact information for CLEAR is under the state-wide resources list. Other state-wide resources are available to residents of Lincoln County as well. Refer to the state-wide resources list for contact information.

Survivors of domestic violence can receive services through the Family Resource Center of Lincoln County.  Call 509-725-4358 or their 24-hot hotline at 800-932-0932

Lincoln County residents with family law or landlord-tenant issues can receive mediation services through the Columbia Basin Dispute Resolution Center in Moses Lake or the Northwest Mediation Center in Spokane.

Columbia Basin DRC
821 W Broadway, Ste 108 PO Box 2239
Moses Lake WA 98837
Phone: 509-760-0706
Email: cbdrc@smwireless.net

Northwest Mediation Center
35 W main Ave, Ste 230
Spokane WA 99201-4301
Phone: 509-456-0103
Email: nwmediation@gmail.com


Mason CountyThurston County Volunteer Legal Services provides limited free legal aid to low-income residents of Mason County.  Call 360-705-8194 or 1-844-211-6916, or email director@tcvls.org.

The Mason County Superior Court has a Courthouse Facilitator program that is accessible to everyone for a small fee. For more information, contact the Mason County Courthouse Facilitator:

Mason County Courthouse
419 N 4th St, Fl 2
Shelton WA 98584
360-427-7775

The main access point for legal services for residents of Mason County is the CLEAR line. Contact information for CLEAR is under the state-wide resources list. Other state-wide resources are available to residents of Mason County as well. Refer to the state-wide resources list for contact information.

Survivors of domestic violence can receive services through Turning Pointe.  Call 360-432-1212 or Toll Free 877-923-1212, or email turningpointe@earthlink.net.

Mason County residents with family law or landlord-tenant issues can receive mediation services through the Dispute Resolution Center of Thurston or Kitsap County.

DRC of Thurston County
312 E 4th PO Box 6184
Olympia WA 98507
Phone: 360-956-1155
Email: eferber@mediatethurston.org

DRC of Kitsap County
9004 Washington Ave NW
Silverdale WA 98383
Phone: 360-698-0968
800-377-6583
Email: drc@kitsapdrc.org


Okanogan County – Most legal aid services for low-income people are provided through state-wide agencies (Northwest Justice Project or government agencies).

The Okanogan Community Action Council provides advocacy and emergency services including rental assistance to low-income residents of Okanogan County.

The Okanogan County Superior Court has a Courthouse Facilitator program that is accessible to everyone for a small fee. For more information, contact the Okanogan County Family Law Facilitator at 149 3rd N, Okanogan WA 98840 or call 509-422-7132.

The main access point for legal services for residents of Okanogan County is the CLEAR line. Contact information for CLEAR is under the state-wide resources list. Other state-wide resources are available to residents of Okanogan County as well. Refer to the state-wide resources list for contact information.

Survivors of domestic violence can receive services through The Support Center.  Call the 24-hour crisis line at 509-826-3221 or toll free at 888-826-3221.

Okanogan County residents with family law or landlord-tenant issues can receive mediation services through the Okanogan County Dispute Resolution Center.

212 N 2nd Ave PO Box 3567
Omak WA 98841
Phone: 509-826-1776
Email: okcoddrc@live.com


Pacific County – Most legal aid services for low-income people in Pacific County are provided through state-wide agencies (Northwest Justice Project or government agencies). There are no municipal or county-level legal aid programs, and no Family Court Facilitator through the clerk’s office.

The main access point for legal services for residents of Pacific County is the CLEAR line. Contact information for CLEAR is under the state-wide resources list. Other state-wide resources are available to residents of Pacific County as well. Refer to the state-wide resources list for contact information.

Survivors of domestic violence can receive services through the Crisis Support Network. Call the 24-hour crisis line at 1-800-435-7276.

Pacific County residents with family law or landlord-tenant issues can receive mediation services through the Mediation and Settlement Center:

Grays Harbor College Bldg 200, Office 219B 1620 Edward P. Smith Dr
Aberdeen WA 98520
Phone: 360-532-8950
Email: donnah@mediationandsettlement.com


Pend Oreille County – Most legal aid services for low-income people in Pend Oreille County are provided through state-wide agencies (Northwest Justice Project or government agencies).

The Pend Oreille County Superior Court has a Family Law Facilitator program that is accessible to everyone for a small fee. For more information, contact the Pend Oreille County Courthouse Facilitator: PO Box 5020, Newport WA 99156. 509-447-2435

The main access point for legal services for residents of Pend Oreille County is the CLEAR line. Contact information for CLEAR is under the state-wide resources list. Other state-wide resources are available to residents of Pend Oreille County as well. Refer to the state-wide resources list for contact information.

Survivors of domestic violence can receive services through Pond Oreille Crime Victims Services. Call their 24-hour hotline at 509-447-5483 or email advocate4@pofcn.org.

Pend Oreille County residents with family law or landlord-tenant issues can receive mediation services through either Fulcrum Institute Dispute Resolution Center or Northwest Mediation Center in Spokane

Fulcrum Institute Dispute Resolution Clinic
915 W 2nd Ave, Ste 1
Spokane WA 99201
Phone: 509-838-2799
Email: medite@fulcrumdispute.com

Northwest Mediation Center
35 W Main Ave, Ste 230
Spokane WA 99201
Phone: 509-456-0103
Email: info@nwmediationcenter.com


Pierce County – The Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Volunteer Legal Services provides advice, advocacy, and assistance to ow-income residents of Pierce County.  Call (253) 572-5134 or e-mail vls@tacomaprobono.org.

The Volunteer Legal Services program operates a Housing Justice Project providing legal advice and services to people with landlord-tenant issues including eviction.  Contact HJP at (253) 572-5134 or e-mail vls@tacomaprobono.org.

Pierce County Superior Court has a Family Law Facilitator to assist self-represented parties with family law forms and procedures.

Pierce County Family Law Facilitator
930 Tacoma Ave, Rm 104 & 119
Tacoma WA 98402
253-798-3627

The YWCA of Pierce County provides advice, advocacy, assistance, and legal help to survivors of domestic violence in Pierce County.  Call the 24-Hour Hotline at 253-383-2593 or email crisis@ywcapiercecounty.org.

The Multicultural Self-Sufficiency Movement (MSM – formerly My Service Mind) in Lakewood provides a wide range of social and legal services to residents of Pierce County, especially immigrant communities.  Services are available in Korean and Russian, as well as English.  Call  (253)584-5615 or email mymsm@cs.com.

Pierce County residents with family law or landlord-tenant issues can receive mediation services through the Pierce County Center for Dispute Resolution in Tacoma.  Call 253-572-3657 or email reception@pccdr.org.


San Juan County – Most legal aid services for low-income people are provided through state-wide agencies (Northwest Justice Project or state government agencies). There are no municipal or county-level legal aid programs.

The San Juan County Superior Court has a Courthouse Facilitator who provides procedural advice and assistance with family law forms.

San Juan County Courthouse Facilitator
350 Court St, Fl 2
Friday Harbor WA 98250
360-378-2163

The main access point for legal services for residents of Adams County is the CLEAR line. Contact information for CLEAR is under the state-wide resources list.  Other state-wide resources are available to residents of Adams County as well.  Refer to the state-wide resources for contact information.

Survivors of domestic violence can receive support, advocacy, and assistance from the Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services of the San Juan Islands.  Call their office at 360-376-5979, or call their 24-hour Crisis Line at 360-376-1234.

San Juan County residents with family law or landlord-tenant issues can receive mediation services through either the Dispute Resolution Center of Snohomish, Island & Skagit Counties or the Whatcom County Dispute Resolution Center.

DRC of Snohomish, Island & Skagit Counties
2801 Lombard Ave PO Box 839
Everett WA 98206-0839
Phone: 425-339-1335
800-280-4770
Email: drc@voaww.org

Whatcom County Dispute Resolution Center
13 Prospect St, Ste 201
Bellingham WA 98225
Phone: 360-676-0122
Email: wdrc@whatcomdrc.org


Skagit CountyCommunity Action of Skagit County provides legal services to low-income residents of Skagit County through their Volunteer Lawyer Program.  Call (360) 416-7585.  The main access point for legal services for residents of Adams County is the CLEAR line. Contact information for CLEAR is under the state-wide resources list.

The Skagit County Superior Court has a Courthouse Facilitator who provides procedural advice and assistance with family law forms.

Skagit County Courthouse Facilitator
Skagit County Courthouse, Rm 202 205 W Kincaid St
Mount Vernon WA 98273
360-336-9469

Survivors of domestic violence can receive support, advocacy, and assistance from the Skagit County Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services.  Call their 24-Hour Hotline at 1-888-336-9591.

Skagit County residents with family law or landlord-tenant issues can receive mediation services through the Dispute Resolution Center of Snohomish, Island & Skagit Counties.

DRC of Snohomish, Island & Skagit Counties
2801 Lombard Ave PO Box 839
Everett WA 98206-0839
Phone: 425-339-1335
800-280-4770
Email: drc@voaww.org


Skamania County – Most legal aid services for low-income people are provided through state-wide agencies (Northwest Justice Project or state government agencies). There are no municipal or county-level legal aid programs.

The Skamania County Superior Court has a Courthouse Facilitator who provides procedural advice and assistance with family law forms.
Skamania County Courthouse Facilitator
Location: 240 Vancouver Ave
Stevenson WA 98648-6447
509-427-3765

Survivors of domestic violence can receive support, advocacy, and assistance from the Skamania County Council on Domestic Violence in Stevenson.  Call 509-427-4210.

The Six Rivers Community Mediation Services provides mediation services to residents of Skamania County with family law or landlord-tenant issues.

Six Rivers Community Mediation Services
1113 Kelly Ave
The Dalles OR 97058
Phone: 541-296-5220
888-628-4101
Email: marti@6rivers.org


Snohomish CountySnohomish County Legal Services provides advice and assistance to low-income residents of Snohomish County. Call 1-888-201-1014.

The Snohomish County Superior Court has a Courthouse Facilitator who provides procedural advice and assistance with family law forms.

Snohomish County Family Law Facilitator Program
3000 Rockefeller Ave, Rm C-125
Everett WA 98201
425-388-3795

Survivors of domestic violence can receive support, advocacy, and assistance from the Snohomish County Domestic Violence Sevices in Everett.  Call 425-25-ABUSE (425-252-2873).

Snohomsh County residents with family law or landlord-tenant issues can receive mediation services through the Dispute Resolution Center of Snohomish, Island & Skagit Counties.

DRC of Snohomish, Island & Skagit Counties
2801 Lombard Ave PO Box 839
Everett WA 98206-0839
Phone: 425-339-1335
800-280-4770
Email: drc@voaww.org


Spokane County – The Spokane County Volunteer Lawyers Program provides advice and assistance to low-income residents of Spokane County. Call 509-324-0144 or emailvlp@spokanebar.org.

The Spokane County Superior Court has a Courthouse Facilitator who provides procedural advice and assistance with family law forms.

Spokane County Court Facilitator
Family Law Center W 1116 Broadway, Rm 101
Spokane WA 99260
509-477-7612

Survivors of domestic violence can receive support, advocacy, and assistance from the YWCA of Spokane County.  Call their 24-Hour Domestic Violence Helpline at 509-326-CALL (2255).

Spokane County residents with family law or landlord-tenant issues can receive mediation services through either the Fulcrum Institute Dispute Resolution Center or Northwest Mediation Center in Spokane.

Fulcrum Institute Dispute Resolution Clinic
915 W 2nd Ave, Ste 1
Spokane WA 99201
Phone: 509-838-2799
Email: medite@fulcrumdispute.com

Northwest Mediation Center
35 W Main Ave, Ste 230
Spokane WA 99201
Phone: 509-456-0103
Email: info@nwmediationcenter.com


Stevens County – Most legal aid services for low-income people in Stevens County are provided through state-wide agencies (Northwest Justice Project or government agencies).  There are no municipal or county-level legal aid programs.

The Stevens County Superior Court has a Family Law Facilitator program that is accessible to everyone for a small fee.

Stevens County Family Law Facilitator

215 S Oak St., Rm 206

Colvile WA 99114

509-684-7576

The main access point for legal services for residents of Stevens County is the CLEAR line. Contact information for CLEAR is under the state-wide resources list. Other state-wide resources are available to residents of Stevens County as well. Refer to the state-wide resources list for contact information.

Survivors of domestic violence can receive support, advocacy, and assistance from the Rural Resources Community Action in Colville.  Call 509-684-6139 or call the 24-hour crisis line at 844-509-SAFE (844-509-7233).

Steven County residents with family law or landlord-tenant issues can receive mediation services through either the Fulcrum Institute Dispute Resolution Center or Northwest Mediation Center in Spokane.

Fulcrum Institute Dispute Resolution Clinic
915 W 2nd Ave, Ste 1
Spokane WA 99201
Phone: 509-838-2799
Email: medite@fulcrumdispute.com

Northwest Mediation Center
35 W Main Ave, Ste 230
Spokane WA 99201
Phone: 509-456-0103
Email: info@nwmediationcenter.com


Thurston CountyThurston County Volunteer Legal Services provides free legal aid to low-income residents of Thurston County. Call 360-705-8194 or 1-844-211-6916, or email director@tcvls.org.  TCVLS also operates a Housing Justice Project every Friday morning at the Thurston County Superior Court, Building 2. HJP provides advice and representation to people facing eviction as well as advice and assistance with landlord-tenant issues.

The Thurston County Superior Court has a Courthouse Facilitator program that is accessible to everyone for a small fee. For more information, contact the Thurston County Family Court Facilitator: 2801 32nd Ave SW
Tumwater WA 98512
360-709-3274  or 360-709-3269

Survivors of domestic violence can receive advocacy and assistance from SafePlace.  Call 360-786-8754 or email safeplace@safeplaceolympia.org, or call the 24-hour crisis line at 360-754-6300 (TTY – 711).

Thurston County residents with family law or landlord-tenant issues can receive mediation services through the Dispute Resolution Center of Thurston County.

DRC of Thurston County
PO Box 6184
Olympia WA 98507
Phone: 360-956-1155
Email: eferber@mediatethurston.org


Wahkiakum County – The Cowlitz-Wahkiakum Legal Aid program provides limited free legal aid to low-income residents of Wahkiakum County.  Call 360-425-3430 Ext. 206, or email cwlap@live.com.

The Wahkiakum County Superior Court has a Family Court Facilitator program that is accessible to everyone for a small fee.

Wahkiakum County Clerk’s Office.
64 Main Street ~ PO Box 157
Cathlamet WA 98612
Phone: 360.795.3558
Email: hollandk@co.wahkiakum.wa.us

The main access point for legal services for residents of Wahkiakum County is the CLEAR line. Contact information for CLEAR is under the state-wide resources list.  Other state-wide resources are available to residents of Wahkiakum County as well. Refer to the state-wide resources list for contact information.

Survivors of domestic violence can receive advocacy and assistance from the Wahkiakum County Domestic Violence Shelter.  Call 360-795-6401.

Wahkiakum County residents with family law or landlord-tenant issues can receive mediation services through the Mediation and Settlement Center.

Mediation and Settlement Center
Grays Harbor College Bldg, 200 1620 Edward P. Smith Dr
Aberdeen WA 98520
Phone: 360-532-8950
Email: donnah@mediationandsettlement.com


Walla Walla County – The Blue Mountain Action Council Volunteer Attorney Program provides free legal aid to low-income residents of Walla Walla County. Call 509-529-4980 or email luisr@bmacww.org.

The YWCA of Walla Walla provides services to survivors of domestic violence.  Call 509-525-2570 or call the 24-hour crisis line at 509-529-9922 (TTY 1-800-833-6384).

Walla Walla County residents with family law or landlord-tenant issues can receive mediation services through the Dispute Resolution Center of Tri-Cities.

Dispute Resolution Center of Tri-Cities
5219 W Clearwater, Ste 11
Kennewick WA 99336
Phone: 509-783-3325
Email: drctc@drctc.org


Whatcom County – The LAW Advocates program provides free legal aid to low-income residents of Whatcom County. Call 360-671-6079.

The Whatcom County Superior Court has a Family Court Facilitator program that is accessible to everyone for a small fee.

Whatcom County Family Law Facilitator
311 Grand Ave, Ste 507
Bellingham WA 98225
360-738-2459

Survivors of domestic violence can receive advice, advocacy, and assistance through the Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services program. Call the 24-Hour Helpline at 360-715-1563 or 877-715-1563.

Whatcom County residents with family law or landlord-tenant issues can receive mediation services through the Whatcom County Dispute Resolution Center.

Whatcom County Dispute Resolution Center
13 Prospect St, St 201
Bellingham WA 98225
Phone: 360-676-0122
Fax: 360-676-0783
Email: wdrc@whatcomdrc.org


Whitman County – Whitman County Legal Services provides free legal aid to low-income residents of Whitman County. Call 509-338-4255 or email melissaj@cacwhitman.com.

Whitman County Superior Court has a Family Court Facilitator program that is accessible to everyone for a small fee.

Whitman County Courthouse Facilitator
Whitman County Clerk’s Office
400 N Main
Colfax WA 99111
509-397-6240

Survivors of domestic violence can receive advice, advocacy, and assistance through Alternatives to Violence of the Palouse.  Call 509-332-HELP (4357) or 1-208-883-HELP (4357), or call the 24-hour crisis line at 1-877-334-2887.

Whitman County residents with family law or landlord-tenant issues can receive mediation services through either the Northwest Mediation Center or the Fulcrum Institute Dispute Resolution Center in Spokane.

Nortwest Mediation Center
35 W Main Ave, Ste 230
Spokane WA 99201
Phone: 509-456-0103
Email: info@nwmediationcenter.com

Fulcrum Institute Dispute Resolution Clinic
915 West Second Ave, Ste 1
Spokane WA 99201
Phone: 509-838-2799
Email: mediate@fulcrumdispute.com


Yakima County – Yakima County Volunteer Attorney Services provides free legal aid to low-income residents of Yakima County. Call 509-453-4400 or email apeters@yakimavas.org.

Yakima County Superior Court has a Family Court Facilitator program that is accessible to everyone for a small fee.

Yakima County Family Court Facilitator
128 N 2nd St, Rm 213
Yakima WA 98901
509-574-2695

Survivors of domestic violence can receive advice, advocacy, and assistance through the YCWA of Yakima County.  Call 509-248-7796.

Yakima County residents with family law or landlord-tenant issues can receive mediation services through the Dispute Resolution Center of Kittitas and Yakima Counties.

DRC of Kittitas and Yakima Counties

303 East D St, Ste 4
Yakima WA 98901-2300
Phone: 509-453-8949
Email: info@drcyakima.org