BLC partners with generous organizations in its mission to provide legal aid, and to ensure that clients gain access to the resources that they need. Use the interactive map below to learn more about BLC’s network.
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Please support the interdependent missions of our current community partnerships. If your agency is interested in partnering with BLC, please contact us at (206) 686-7252, or email email@example.com.
Founded in 1970, the Chief Seattle Club physically and spiritually supports American Indian and Alaskan Native communities. The Chief Seattle Club is the only organization in the city to connect homeless and low-income native people with distant reservations, cultures, and languages, along with providing access to relatives in Washington.
Downtown Emergency Service Center
Founded in 1979, the Downtown Emergency Service Center (DESC) provides adults living with behavioral health disorders and chronic homelessness a place to come out of the cold. Their mission is not merely to offer shelter, but to end the homelessness in our community’s most vulnerable populations. The DESC offers an integrated assortment of clinical services and supportive housing options. On a quest for security, community, and hope, DESC opens its doors to help the homeless.
Open Door for Multicultural Families
ODMF provides culturally and linguistically relevant information, services, and programming to culturally and linguistically diverse families of persons with developmental and intellectual disabilities.
With locations in Federal Way, Burien, and Kent, the Multi-service Center is building a future without poverty by creating pathways to help, hope, and dignity for our neighbors.
Benefits Legal Assistance at Solid Ground
Solid Ground works against poverty, racism, and overlooked institutions that encourage poverty in Seattle. Located in the Wallingford neighborhood, Solid Ground’s 30 programs help approximately 55,000 impoverished households each year, and offer services to build a better future for King County and beyond.
Founded in 1995, the Seattle Jobs Initiative provides applied training for low-income individuals. The Seattle Jobs Initiative creatively provides educational resources, colligate navigation, housing consultation, childcare, and transportation. The Seattle Jobs Initiative gives participants the best opportunity to fulfill their career paths towards secure, fair-labor employment.