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Project Safety

We help victims of crime navigate the legal system

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What We Do

ELAP’s Legal Navigator supports victims of crime, especially people who have experienced domestic violence and sexual assault, as they navigate a complicated legal system. In partnership with the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, we serve as a liaison to connect recent victims of crime with legal aid providers and social service agencies that can help them stabilize their lives and prevent being further victimized.

ELAP’s Legal Navigator works out of the King County Courthouse in Seattle.

Learn about our Project Safety partners

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Eligibility

You may qualify for legal help if:

  • You have been the recent victim of a crime that is being prosecuted in King County court
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How To Get Help

For help from our legal navigators, you must receive a referral from the King County Courthouse.

Learn more at the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office website.

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ELAP's Housing Stability Program is currently closed. For assistance, call the King County Tenant Resource Line at 206-580-0762.
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