Seattle Community Law Center   1404 E. Yesler Way, Suite 203   Seattle, WA 98122

Seattle Community Law Center
1404 E. Yesler Way, Suite 203
Seattle, WA 98122

General Office Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (Please call for specific attorney hours.)

Phone: (206) 686 – 7252
Fax: (206) 903 – 0675

info@seattlecommlaw.org

Entering Yesler Place Building

  1. Using the intercom to the right of the door, press 3.
  2. SCLC should appear on the screen.
  3. Press # key
  4. A staff member will answer and be down to let you in.

Entering Yesler Place Building

  1. Using the intercom to the right of the door, press 3. SCLC should appear on the screen.
  2. Press # key
  3. A staff member will answer and be down to let you in.

Travel By Bus

SCLC is within three blocks of bus routes 1, 7, 9, 14, 27, 36, & 60. For buses 1 and 7: Exit at 12th Ave. S & Jackson.

  • Walk approximately 1 block east on S. Jackson St. Turn left onto 14th Ave. S. Walk another 3 blocks north on 14th Ave. S. until you reach E. Yesler Way.

For buses 14 & 36: Exit at S. Jakcson & Rainier Ave. S.

  • Walk 3 blocks north on 14thAve. S. until you reach E. Yesler Way.

For buses 9 & 60: Exit at E. Yesler Way & Boren Ave. S.

  • Walk 3 blocks east to 14thAve. S & E. Yesler Way.

For Bus 27: Exit at 14th Ave. S & E. Yesler Way.

The Social Security Advocacy Project (SSAP) 

The Disabled Homeless Advocacy Project (DHAP) the need for SSDI/SSI representation for homeless individuals. DHAP delivers legal aid “in the field” at local shelters, libraries, and sites accessible to the homeless population. DHAP helps provide the accommodations, resources, and encouragement necessary to help keep homeless clients engaged in medical treatment and in their disability claim.

Through these projects, SCLC helps disabled individuals living in poverty gain a measure of income stability: the first critical step toward stability in housing, medical treatment, and quality of life.

SCLC assesses the needs and barriers of disabled persons in King County and the greater Puget Sound area, maintaining targeted projects to address the barriers faced by vulnerable populations in Western Washington. SCLC makes direct legal representation accessible at the convenience of the client, and we assist in the benefits application and appeals process in a way that accommodates their disability and other barriers they may face. SCLC builds workable advocacy plans for clients that face poverty, language barriers, homelessness, limited transportation, and mental illness.

SCLC believes that advocacy for every client should include a strategy to make lasting improvements in their ability to achieve stable access to healthcare, housing, and economic security. SCLC maintains partnerships with all civil legal aid organizations in Washington, King County advocacy groups, legal service providers, and the U.S. government on behalf of disabled persons near the poverty line. SCLC rights the recurrent denial of disability benefits, and helps navigate the administrative process quickly and with compassion.

 
All of the information provided on this page including logo comes from the the The Disabled Homeless Advocacy Project (DHAP) website & the location images above is from google map