Legal, financial & shelters

Legal, Financial, Housing and Shelters

Legal resources

 

UW Student Legal Services- Free to UWB students

Student Legal Services (SLS) is a UW Seattle campus law office that provides a safe and confidential space for all UW-Seattle and Bothell students who have legal questions or concerns. They offer free 40-minute consultations on a broad range of issues. Students can also hire them for ongoing representation for a low hourly rate.

Legal Voice

Pursues justice for all women and girls in the Northwest, through ground-breaking litigation, legislative advocacy, and legal rights education.


Financial resources

 

CHADD: Nicholas Costa Undergraduate Scholarship

Support scholarship, $2,000-5,000 for college students struggling with ADHD.

LGBTQ+ Scholarships for College Students

National Foundation for Credit Counseling

Consists of credit counseling agencies and professionals, debt advice, and consumer budgeting and financial tips.

The Hope Center

Financial, Housing, and Health Resources for College Students during COVID-19 

Washington Women in Need

We make financial grants to women in Washington State who are ready for transformational change in two categories: Education and Health Care.


Housing and Shelters

 

ARCH- A Regional Coalition for Housing

Housing for individuals with low income

The Landing in Redmond

Emergency shelter (ages 18-24).

Roots

Emergency shelter for youth (ages 18-25)

  • Address: 4541 19th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98105
  • Phone: 206-632-1635
  • Website: Roots

Urban Rest Stop

Free shower and laundry facilities for individuals experiencing homelessness 

Youth Care

Emergency Shelter for youth (age 18-24)

  • Address: Multiple Locations
  • Website: 
  • YouthCare

Other resources

 

Washington State Information Network (community resources)

2-1-1 is an easy-to-remember phone number for people to call for health and human service information and referrals and other assistance to meet their needs.