Eviction Diversion Information

Program Information

The Eviction Diversion Initiative Program (EDI) uses court processes to provide landlords and tenants with time, information, and resources to solve their housing issues. EDI aims to link landlords and tenants with various legal, financial, and social services. These services may help solve the immediate legal problem and deal with the root causes that led to it.


Are you a tenant currently worried or facing eviction?

The Eviction Diversion Initiative Program (EDI) is here to help facilitate solutions!
This covers all evictions and is not limited to only being behind on rent.

We help provide resources for:

  • Free Legal Services
  • Potential Financial Assistance
  • Mental Health Services
  • Employment & Education
  • Resolution Process / Voluntary Mediation


Are you a landlord with tenants facing eviction?

The Eviction Diversion Initiative Program (EDI) can help tenants before and after you file for eviction!

We offer:

  • Conflict Coaching
  • Referral Services for Tenants
  • Direct Case Management
  • Potential Financial Assistance


Docket Information

Department 11, Unlawful Detainer Docket, Thursdays at 1:30 PM: https://clark.wa.gov/media/document/103496 or located at Clark County Courthouse 1200 Franklin St Vancouver, WA 98660-2812 - Third Floor 

Please show up at least 15 minutes early to ensure you are checked in. Your case can be heard anytime from 1:30 pm - 5:00 PM. If you are not present, your case may be heard without you.

For interpreter services, reach out to the coordinator at the Clark County District Court Administrative Offices or call (564) 397-6105, or complete one of the available forms: https://seam.ly/tuJjI4zJ

Resources & Contact Information

For eviction-related resources, please reach out to an EDI Coordinator at the provided email address or phone number. They can assist you with your inquiries: 

Email us at: SuperiorCourtEDI@clark.wa.gov

Call us at: (360) 946-8907


Low-income Renters may have a right to a FREE attorney. To see if you qualify, call The Eviction Defense Screening Line: 1-855-657-8387 or visit: nwjustice.org/eviction-help