Public Charge Updates, 1-Pager MLP Handout (December 2018)

Public Charge Updates, NW Justice Project Publication (6 pages) (November 2018)

Web Forms - Guardianship Interview, Pleading Documents (November 2018)

Web Form - Social Security: Request for Waiver of Overpayment / Form SSA-632 (October 2018)

Legal Resources for Trans and Gender Diverse Communities in Washington State (August 2018)

Operational Guidelines for Washington State Medical-Legal Partnerships (July 2018)

National Center for MLP 

Medical-Legal Partnerships Map

MLP Stakeholder Matrix
To build effective coalitions to address social determinants of health, it is critical to understand the current and potential role of community stakeholders from different sectors of society (e.g., government, political, civil society, commercial). The matrix is a tool that you can use to discuss and document the roles of key stakeholders in your community.
Free legal information and self-help materials that provide information about non criminal legal problems affecting low-income people in Washington state.

WA MLP Reports

WA Medical-Legal Partnership Report (2014)

MLPC Evaluation Report (2011)
A summary of findings from years one through three. Written by University of Washington School of Social Work; Kate Grossman, M.S.

Maps showing spacial inequality in South King County

South King County Medicaid Access Study: Preliminary Findings

A Conversation Between Attorneys and Pediatricians (2009)
A Q&A summary of a conversation between attorneys at Northwest Justice Project in Seattle and local Pediatricians, Dr. Ben Danielson and Dr. Brian Johnston addressing how the two professions can work together to address unmet legal needs of patients and families.

Family Needs Survey Final Report (2007)
In 2007, a Family Needs Survey was conducted at Harborview Medical Center (HMC) and Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic (OBCC) in order to more accurately understand the difficulties and challenges faced by the families these facilities serve. The results of the survey helped inform the priorities and objectives of the Seattle Medical-Legal Partnership for Children (now WA Medical-Legal Partnership). This report provides a brief overview of the survey project including a summary of the results.