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We work with 14,000 people every year and address the needs of entire families, with a focus on immigrants, refugees, low-income community members, and public housing residents.

Aging and Disability Services

Resources and referral services, caregiver support, health and wellness goals, Medicaid case management, support groups.


Community Health

testing and referrals, HIV and hepatitis counseling, mental health referrals, homelessness services, drug prevention and health promotion campaigns, Seattle World School teen clinic


Early Childhood Education

prenatal services, developmental screenings, home visiting, playgroups, toddler classrooms, school readiness, parent trainings, Policy Council


Employment and Adult Education

vocational training, employment case management, job placements, computer literacy, citizenship classes


Housing Assistance Services

Are you in need of an immediate shelter, eviction prevention resources, or rental assistance.


Youth and Family Services

after-school programs, tutoring, STEM and arts engagement, juvenile justice advocacy, mentorship, English classes

Not sure which resources or services are relevant to you?

Call our Help Line at 206-923-6480 or fill out our help request form and we will contact you.

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