Do you need help, or do you know someone who does? Here are some local resources you can use as starting points.
This list is in no way comprehensive. Washington 211/Crisis Clinic works very hard to keep their resource directories and information current and accurate, so they’re a great place to begin.
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2-1-1 is an easy-to-remember phone number for people to call for health and human service information and referrals and other assistance to meet their needs. Simply dial 211 on your phone and you’ll be connected. From their website:
Washington Information Network 2-1-1 (WIN 211) is a coalition of existing local providers of information and referral services and local United Ways from every region of the state … WIN211 exists to make people’s lives better; to enhance community resiliency; to identify and break cycles of need, and to help organizations, foundations, businesses, individuals and government more efficiently distribute resources.
Affiliated with Washington 211.
Our passion is caring and listening; empowering people to make positive life changes. We do this through connections between people and critical resources.
Center for Human Services is a community-based nonprofit youth and family services agency that has been a resource to children, youth, adults and families since 1970. They offer mental health counseling; family support centers; substance use prevention, treatment, and intervention programs; and more.
The mission of Center for Human Services is to strengthen the community through counseling, education and support to children, youth, adults, and families.
A list of community resources available to families throughout Shoreline Public Schools.
This site is a good place to learn about the services and supports for students and families in the Northshore community. You’ll find a directory of local resources; links to services; and information about the Northshore Human Services Consortium, a local consortium of school and community partners working to improve the health and success of children and families in our community since 1993.
ParentHelp123.org, is operated by the statewide non-profit WithinReach, and helps Washington state families find services in their communities and apply for health insurance, food assistance programs and more. The website also provides important health information for pregnant women, children and families.
Eviction Moratorium Resources:
- Tenant Services Hotline
- Rental assistance funds available via 211
- Regional Access Diversion
- Eastside Legal Assistance Program
- Dispute Resolution Center’s Eviction Pilot Program
Events and event recordings on the topic:
- The Plan to Prevent Evictions and Homelessness in Washington by the Washington Low Income Housing Association (password: #Noevictions21)
- Tenant Rights: What Renters Need to Know about the Moratorium by the Pacific Islander Health Board of Washington and the Tenants Union of Washington
- Eviction Help App by Northwest Justice Project
- Tenant Law Center
- Rental Assistance for Young Adults (18-24) by the Y Social Impact Center
- Immigration Advocates Network
- Seattle/King County Resources for Immigrants and Refugees
- Northwest Immigrant Rights Project
Housing & Homelessness:
Resources for Multi-Lingual Families:
- Centro Cultural Mexicano – Art gallery and COVID-19 Relief funds
- HealthPoint – Whole family medical & dental care, pharmacy
- Verdant – Medical and Mental Health – parenting classes, etc.
- Cocoon House – focus on youth and preventing homelessness
- El Centro de la Raza – Comprehensive center for all needs
- SeaMar – Comprehensive center for all needs
- Northwest Immigrant Rights Project – Legal support
- Informed Immigrant – Includes COVID relief fund information
- One America – Comprehensive list of resources from national to local
- Snohomish County COVID/Coronavirus Mutual Aid Group – Help by request on FaceBook
- Seattle Public Health – Variety of resources for BIPOC population