Non-Profit Organizations

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Everett-Bellingham WA

8 Tips from MADD on how to convince a drunk person not to drive

Drunk people are not known for their rational abilities. Even the most reasonable person when sober can become a very different personality when drunk. It can be difficult to convince someone who has been drinking to not drive. From Bellingham car accident lawyer Bill Coats' blog post on ways to avoid a DUI, included are tips on how to talk to a drunk people who want to drive.

Seattle-Tacoma, WA

Raise for Rowyn - Non-profit foundation providing financial assistance to families in the Tenino area who have lost a child

This extraordinary foundation was created in memory of Rowyn Leea Johnson who died tragically after being hit by a car. The mission of the foundation is to provide financial assistance to families who are struggling with the loss of a child within the communities surrounding Tenino, Washington. Raise for Rowyn has been selected as the recipient of all proceeds raised by the Olympia Pub Crawl 2015 which occurs on August 1, 2015. To register for this worthy event, or to donate, please go to this link
Yakima-Pasco-Richland-Kennewick, WA

Comprehensive Mental Health

Since the 1970’s Comprehensive has been providing services to children, adults, and families throughout Eastern Washington. This private nonprofit organization offers a full range of behavioral health and substance use treatment services, with special programs for veterans, victims of crime, parent education, and employee assistance programs. More than 700 highly trained and qualified professional staff provide behavioral healthcare services to over 20,000 individuals each year.
Spokane, WA

Whitman County Legal Services

Whitman County Legal Services Program is sponsored by the Whitman County Bar Association whose members serve as volunteers and advisors. The program is administered and supported by Community Action Center. The program serves people who are eligible for legal services according to federal Legal Services Corporation Guidelines. The program also provides information and referral services to Whitman County residents.
Everett-Bellingham WA

LAW Advocates

Legal Assistance by Whatcom (LAW) Advocates is a non-profit organization which interviews and refers eligible low-income Whatcom County residents to a panel of local attorneys, who volunteer their time to provide free or low cost civil legal help. A family law staff attorney provides help in domestic violence cases. Interpreter services are available on site.

Portland, OR

Cowlitz-Wahkiakum Legal Aid Program

Cowlitz-Wahkiakum Legal Aid (CWLA) is located in Longview, Washington and serves low-income residents in Cowlitz and Wahkiakum Counties. They provide general legal information, free civil legal services, as legal clinics and workshops on basic family law forms. They also partner volunteer attorneys with clients in need to provide critical legal assistance, and are happy to provide referrals as well.
Seattle-Tacoma, WA

Snohomish County Bar Association

The purpose of the Snohomish County Bar Association is to: provide a means of exchange of information of interest to its members; provide substantive legal education through speakers, CLE courses, and other programs; provide social opportunities for members to interact with each other and with new members of the local Snohomish County Bar; promote professionalism, service to the public, including pro bono representation, and furtherance of bench-bar relations; and performs all other activities that enhance the practice of law in Snohomish County.
Seattle-Tacoma, WA

Community Action's Volunteer Lawyer Program

Sponsored by the Skagit County Bar Association, Community Action's Volunteer Lawyer Program offers free legal assistance to eligible low-income Skagit County residents. The program is staffed by an Attorney/Program Manager and a Legal Assistant. Each year, Skagit County attorneys donated about 1,500 volunteer hours to nearly 500 people for more than $260,000 worth of legal services. Services include pro se (self-representation) family law forms and instructions, weekly legal advice clinics, and pro bono representation. Program staff also assist Spanish-speaking individuals in preparing pro se family law forms.
Seattle-Tacoma, WA

Pierce County Bar Association

The Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Association website contains information for the 1200+ members of the Association, including the monthly bar news, calendar for the Bar, and continuing legal education seminars. You can find a host of helpful information about the volunteer legal services program, lawyer referral services, court system, and their organization.
Spokane, WA

Pend Oreille County Bar Association

The Pend Oreille County Bar Association helps local lawyers in this community of approximately 13,000 people. The Pend Oreille County Bar Association associates itself with the Equal Justice Coalition a statewide organization with similar goals to the Pend Oreille County Bar Association of ensuring justice, fairness, and equality is provided to all people under the law.