Washington Social Security Attorneys

Our Washington Social Security Attorneys handle SSI and SSDI claims and appeals for clients throughout the state of Washington. Social Security issues can be very complex and often confusing. Both SSI and SSDI programs are designed to provide economical benefits to those eligible to receive them.

All too often those who should rightfully receive SSI or SSDI benefits meet with unnecessary barriers that prevent them from getting the benefits they deserve. An experienced attorney can ensure your case is rightfully represented and assist you in obtaining your benefits much quicker.

Contact one of our expert SSI / SSDI attorneys today to obtain the compensation and benefits you deserve.

Washington Social Security Lawyers

We have Social Security lawyers in the following cities to help file your Social Security disability claim in Washington to get you the benefits you deserve:

Arlington
Auburn
Bellevue
Bellingham
Bothell
Bremerton
Edmonds
Everett
Federal Way
Kennewick
Kent
Kirkland
Lacey
Longview
Lynnwood
Marysville
Moses Lake
Oak Harbor
Olympia
Pasco
Port Orchard
Redmond
Renton
Richland
Seattle
Shelton
Snohomish
Spanaway
Spokane
Sumner
Tacoma
Vancouver
Walla Walla
Wenatchee
Woodinville
Yakima

To schedule a consultation with a Social Security lawyer in your city, call (800) 248-1100 today.

Washington Social Security Offices

List of Social Security Offices per state

Washington Low Cost Housing Resources

Waiting for Social Security Disability benefits can be a lengthy and difficult process. Our disability lawyers provide a list of shelters in Washington in case you find yourself unable to pay for food or shelter, and you need assistance.

Union Gospel Mission of Grays Harbor -- Aberdeen, WA
405 East Heron
Aberdeen, WA
phone: 206-533-1064, fax: 206-533-6202
Separate shelter programs for men and for women/children. Also has long-term recovery programs for men and for women.

Lighthouse Mission -- Bellingham, WA
910 West Holly Street
Bellingham, WA 98225
phone: 360-733-5120

Lighthouse Mission -- Bellingham, WA
910 West Holly Street
Bellingham, WA 98225
phone: 360-733-5120

Project Self- Sufficiency -- Everett, WA
Snohomish County Human Services Department 3000 Rockefeller Ave., M/S 305
Everett, WA 98201
phone: 425-388-7416
Helps parents of low-income families increase their income through education & employment; provides support services such as vouchers for emergencies, assistance in finding education or employment that fits.

Multi-Service Center & Shelter -- Federal Way, WA
1200 S 336th St.
Federal Way, WA 98003
phone: 253-838-6810, fax: 253-874-7831
Provides emergency shelter, senior housing, food bank, clothing bank, Low-income energy assistance, long-term care ombudsman, transitional and low-income rental housing.

Windward Center -- Klickitat, WA
55 Windward Lane
Klickitat, WA 98628
phone: (509)369-2000, fax: (509)369-2004
Transitional services for individuals of almost any background (except sex offenders or violent individuals) who are committed to making a positive change in their lives. Single parents and seniors are welcome. Cost is based on a sliding fee up to a maximum of $400 per month per person; some scholarship funding is available to provide services when funding isn't otherwise available. The basic cost covers a private place to live, food and basic utilities.

Welcome Home Society -- Lake Forest Park, WA
18403 Ballinger Way Ne
Lake Forest Park, WA 98155
phone: 206-365-1400
Welcome Home is a long term therapeutic community model for those 19 years of age and above who are in danger of homelessness, or in a stage of recovery from addiction, and/or at serious disadvantage because of abuse, neglect or other mal-formed childhood experiences.

Community House -- Longview, WA
1105 Broadway
Longview, WA 98632
phone: 360-425-8679, fax: 360-425-5949
Community House on Broadway provides the following services: SAFE, CLEAN PRIVATE ROOMS, Two Daily Hot Meals for Singles on Weekdays, Three Daily Hot Meals for Families and Disabled, Three Daily Hot Meals for all residents on weekends and holidays, Personal Toiletries and Haircut, Clothing, Clean Linen, and Laundry facilities, Action Plan Coordination, (Individualized Case Management), Job Bank, On and Off Site Transitional Housing, Homeless Recovery Handbooks, Homeless Day Care Vouchers, Medical Treatment Clinic, 'God's Closet' Community Clothing Bank, Homeless Recovery Curriculum Classes.

Bread & Roses Hospitality House -- Olympia, WA
1320 8th Ave Se
Olympia, WA 98501
phone: 360-754-4085
Capacity: 2 families, plus 6 single women, ip to three-month stay

Bread & Roses Hospitality House -- Olympia, WA
1320 8th Ave Se
Olympia, WA 98501
phone: 360-754-4085
Capacity: 2 families, plus 6 single women, ip to three-month stay

Benton Franklin Community Action Committee -- Pasco, WA
720 W Court Street
Pasco, WA 99301
phone: 509-545-4042, fax: 509-545-1449
Shelter, vouchers, prevention services - see website for more details.

Tri-City Union Gospel Mission
phone: 509-547-2112, fax: 509-545-9564
Separate shelter programs for men and for women/families, recovery programs and more.

Serenity House of Clallam County -- Port Angeles, WA
2602 « West 18th Street
Port Angeles, WA 98363
phone: 360-452-7224, fax: 360-452-0806

Olympic Community Action Programs -- Port Townsend, WA
823 Commerce Loop
Port Townsend, WA
phone: 360-385-2571, fax: 360-457-4331
Many community services.

Community Action Center -- Pullman, WA
350 S E Fairmont Road
Pullman, WA 99163
phone: 509-334-9147, fax: 509-334-9105
emergency and transitional housing, food supplements, and energy assistance to early childhood development, legal referral, rental assistance, weatherization, home rehab and home purchase assistance. Whitman County Community Action Center fights to reduce poverty, build strong independent families, and a better community.

Community Action Center -- Pullman, WA
350 S E Fairmont Road
Pullman, WA 99163
phone: 509-334-9147, fax: 509-334-9105
emergency and transitional housing, food supplements, and energy assistance to early childhood development, legal referral, rental assistance, weatherization, home rehab and home purchase assistance. Whitman County Community Action Center fights to reduce poverty, build strong independent families, and a better community.

Hopelink -- Redmond, WA
16225 NE 87th St. Suite A-1
Redmond, WA
phone: 425-869-6000, fax: 425-869-6035

First Avenue Service Center -- Seattle, WA
P.O. Box 12937
Seattle, WA 98111
phone: (206)441-8405, fax: (206)448-8495

Fremont Public Association -- Seattle, WA
P.O. Box 31151
Seattle, WA 98103
phone: (206)694-6700, fax: (206)694-6777

Northwest Network of Runaway and Homeless Youth Services -- Seattle, WA
603 Stewart Street Suite 609
Seattle, WA 98101-1229
phone: (206)448-7889, fax: (206)448-7889

Operational Emergency Center -- Seattle, WA
11410 Renton Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98178
phone: (206)772-9232, fax: (206)772-9228

SHARE (Seattle Housing and Resource Effort) -- Seattle, WA
P. O. Box 2548
Seattle, WA 98111-2548
phone: 206-448-7889, fax: 206-448-7889

Union Gospel Mission -- Seattle, WA
3800 South Othello Street
Seattle, WA 98111-0202
phone: 206-723-0767, fax: 206-723-1076
Men's shelter, dental clinic, legal services, recovery programs, shelter for women/children, youth programs.

Mason County Homeless Shelter -- Shelton, WA
212 N 1st St
Shelton, WA 98584
phone: 360-427-6919, fax: 360-427-3248
Child abuse prevention with families identified as at-risk or identified to child welfare system : Parent engagement in policy/advocacy : Child development activities : Community-building activities : Counseling services : Domestic violence services : Emergency assistance for basic needs : Hotline/warmline : Housing services : Information and referral : Legal services assistance : Life skills training : Mental health services : Parent education :

Union Gospel Mission Ministries of Spokane -- Spokane, WA
1224 E. Trent Avenue
Spokane, WA 99202
phone: 509-535-8510, fax: 509-535-0315
Men's mission, youth outreach, separate shelter for women and children.

Tacoma Rescue Mission -- Tacoma, WA
702 Pacific Avenue
Tacoma, WA 98402
phone: 383-4462
Separate men's shelter (resides in New Life Square), women's shelter (Hope Home), and family shelter. Also has youth programs, jail ministry, transitional housing for families, and SRO Housing

Council for the Homeless -- Vancouver, WA
2500 Main Street
Vancouver, WA 98660
phone: 360-993-9561

Hospitality House -- Wenatchee, WA
1450 So. Wenatchee Avenue
Wenatchee, WA 98807
phone: 509-663-4289, fax: 509-665-8324
Capacity: approximately 100 beds for overnight and long-term guests, Three meals served daily, Guest laundry service Transportation Bible study, church services available

Washington Low Cost or No Cost Medical Care Resources

Having complete and accurate medical records is the best way in which you can help your case for Social Security Disability benefits.

If you are having problems affording medical care, the Social Security Help Center can assist you to find No Cost or Low Cost medical care in Washington.

ELLENSBERG

APOYO Free Clinic
111 Peavine Rd.
Ellensburg, WA
Phone #: (509) 925-1141
Director: Evelyn Heflen

VANCOUVER

Free Clinic of SW Washington
P.O. Box 1600
Vancouver, WA
Phone #: (360) 696-5149
Director: Marcia Howery, Director

   
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