Protects the rights of people with disabilities who are incarcerated.
They accept collect calls from correctional facilities.
1 (800) 526-2702 or 1 (206) 324-1521
Phone Hours: Monday-Friday
Resources for those with mental illness coming out of incarceration.
1116 14th Ave
1 (855) 303-4834
Check out our page on local affordable health care resources and clinics!
A list of resources for civil matters and legal aid.
Resources for incarcerated individuals to successfully transition back into the community.
Resource library for those who have challenging backgrounds.
Resources on job resources. Click here for their Job Search Guide for re-entry participants.
WA State Courts offer occupational licensing barrier removal to those with criminal histories who may be disqualified of certain positions requiring vocational licenses, or those who have lost a certification because of those barriers.
Insurance for employers who are hesitant in hiring a "risky worker."
A Federal tax credit available to employers for hiring individuals from certain target groups who have consistently faced significant barriers to employment. The maximum tax credit ranges from $1,200 to $9,600, depending on the employee hired.
Employment and training services, resume reviews, job readiness workshops, and support services for a new job.
204 SE Stonemill Dr., Ste. 215