CDCVAS Housing Justice Project
Who We Are
CDCVAS Housing Justice Project is a homelessness prevention project that enlists volunteer attorneys specializing in landlord tenant law to advise and represent low-income tenants facing eviction. HJP volunteers can also advise and educate on landlord-tenant laws, review leases and notices, communicate with the landlord or landlord's attorney and provide short-term legal representation in eviction hearings.
Who We Serve
- Chelan County
- Douglas County
- Cirumstances and languages in which interpreters are provided
Interpreters and translation are provided as needed.
- Income Guidelines
Please call our office for income requirements.
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- Does this organization provide access for the hearing impaired?
- Eligibility Restrictions
Clients must be residents of litigants of Chelan or Douglas counties.
Type of Help
- This group provides the following types of services based on your legal needs and its resources:
- Full Legal Representation
- Brief Advice
- Pro Se Legal Clinic
- Self-Help Materials
- Description of Services
Provide referrals and housing/community resource information.
How to Get Help
You can contact this organization by:
- Phone Number
- (509) 663-2778 option 6
Tenants facing eviction or with housing related legal questions should call our office directly to find out if they qualify for services. Upon qualifying, staff will coordinate an appointment with a Housing Justice Project volunteer attorney.
Due to COVID-19 we are not currently holding walk-ins clinics. For help, please call our office during regular business hours Monday-Thursday from 10 a.m - 12 p.m and again 1 p.m - 4 p.m and ask for the HJP Coordinator, or leave a message at phone option # 6 for a return call.
HJP clinics fall on the same day as eviction hearings. Appointments are necessary for tenants who do not have a hearing scheduled. Contacting our program as soon as possible is best.
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- Spanish / Español