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Help with Legal Issues

On this page you will find many helpful resources and important information about the laws that affect you and ways in which the legal system can help you receive what you need.  You can use this information to help keep you safe, healthy and peaceful.

At the sites for Driver licensing you can find out how to apply for a state-issued photo ID card, which can give you access to food vouchers and other services. You can also apply for a driver’s license there.

Pend Orielle Driver Licensing Office – Washington St.
320 S. Washington St.
Newport, WA 99156
Phone:(509) 447-5532
Hours: Thursday 9:00am – 4:00pm

Bonner County Driver Licensing Office
73 Eastside Rd
Priest River, ID
Phone: 448-2816
Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm

At the Washington Law Help site, you can find general legal self-help information and a list of legal aid providers in your area. Here, there is information on Youth Law, with topics like legal Emancipation, teen parents, discipline at home and in schools etc.
www.washingtonlawhelp.org

National Coalition Against Domestic Violence – Legal Guidelines; At this site you can learn general information about how to protect yourself in a situation of family abuse.
http://www.ncadv.org/protectyourself/LegalGuidelines.php

Independence for Foster Youth: If you’re in foster care you can learn about your rights, the rules that affect your situation, and how to influence your future for the better, for example information about getting a job, at this site.
http://www.independence.wa.gov/

Pend Oreille Crime Victims Services: At this site you will find resources to help you if you have been a victim of a crime.
24 Hour Help Line at (509) 447-5483 or 1-800-548-3133
http://www.pofcn.org

Bonner County, Idaho Public Defender: The Public Defender is be appointed by the court for people charged with crimes, who do not have money to pay for a private lawyer to defend them.
http://co.bonner.id.us/publicdefenders/index.html

The Kids First Children’s Advocacy Center of Stevens County provides support to child victims of sexual and physical abuse and their families. They investigate and treat child abuse.
http://www.ruralresources.org/get-help/child-abuse
Our Help Line is available around the clock at 509-684-6139 (collect calls accepted), toll-free 877-219-5542
(Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.), or 509-684-3796 (during business hours) to support parents or children.

The Family Support Center of Stevens County
http://www.ruralresources.org/get-help/crime-victims
Call our Family Support Center help line at 509-684-6139 collect, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to speak with a trained advocate if you are the victim of a crime. If you or someone you know has been a victim of any crime, you are not alone! Rural Resources Family Support Center serves more than 350 new victims of crime each year in Stevens County, helping them and their families find the support they need to recover and move forward. All our services are free and confidential.

EASTERN WASHINGTON 2-1-1
107 South Division
Spokane, WA 99202
211 – Call 2-1-1 from service area
(877) 211-9274 – Alternative Number 877-211-WASH
(866) 904-9060 – Alternative Number
http://www.smhca.org/