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Kitsap Organizations

Bridges to Life

P.O. Box 8296 Port Orchard, WA 98366

14 week Faith-Based Restorative Justice Program focused on victim impact. The program covers everything from crime and conflict, accountability, responsibility, confession, forgiveness, reconciliation, and restitution. Currently offered at Mission Creek Women’s Prison and WCC Shelton. Apply via kiosk for the Women’s Prison and via counselor at WCC.

Restorative Circles

Dispute Resolution Center

9004 Washington Ave. NW, Silverdale WA 98383
360-698-0968 or 206-842-3215

Facilitates Restorative Circles for youth. Contact DRC for current Restorative Circles information.

CLEAR Line, Northwest Justice Project

1-888-201-1014
Hotline Hours: Monday-Friday 9:15am – 12:15pm

Legal hotline for people who are low income. Can connect to ongoing legal support depending on situation.

* Due to the volume of calls CLEAR receives, CLEAR sometimes experiences long wait times. We encourage people to keep trying to call during the hotline hours.

Kitsap Dispute Resolution Center

9004 Washington Ave. NW, Silverdale WA 98383
360-698-0968 or 206-842-3215

Offers mediation services (a confidential, voluntary alternative to court actions) for cases like divorce, parenting plans, landlord-tenant disputes, workplace or neighborhood disputes, etc. Provides Victim-Offender Mediation, court-ordered Co-Parenting Seminars, and behavioral health ombuds services (see the Mental Health section of this Guide).

Suquamish Victims Services

18490 Suquamish Way Suquamish, WA 98392
360-394-7156

Provides support and resources for community members who have been victims of crime.

More Legal Support Guides

Reducing Legal Financial Obligations

If you were convicted of a crime in Washington, you may be eligible for relief from some or all of the legal financial obligations (LFOs) attached to your case(s). The amount of relief you may be eligible for depends on the type of conviction, the types of LFOs assessed, and your financial resources.

Guide to Determining Blake Eligibility

The Washington State Supreme Court’s ruling in the case State v. Blake found that the law criminalizing drug possession, RCW 69.50.4013, was unconstitutional. As a result of this ruling, any prior conviction under this law, and certain other related law, can be removed from your criminal record.

Vacating a Misdemeanor Conviction

Washington law allows for certain misdemeanor convictions to be vacated if specific criteria are met. This means that the conviction will be treated as if it never occurred.

Vacating a Felony Conviction

Washington law allows for certain felony convictions to be vacated if specific criteria are met. This means that the conviction will be treated as if it never occurred.

Legal Financial Obligations (LFOs) FAQ

Legal financial obligations (LFOs) are debts related to a criminal conviction, including fines, costs and fees and restitution imposed by the court as part of a criminal sentence.

Warrants FAQ

Learn what warrants are, how they impact you, and one happens if you have one.