Abuse 

Abused Deaf Women's Advocacy Services

Local Hotline/Videophone: 1.206.812.1001

National Hotline: 1.855.812.1001

TTY: 1 (800) 787.3224

Voice: 1 (800) 799.7233

Main Office VP: (206) 922.7088

Email: adwas@adwas.org

8623 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115

Empowering Deaf and DeafBlind survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and harassment to transform their lives. Providing comprehensive services to individuals and families.

Child Welfare - Information Gateway
https://www.childwelfare.gov/
Report Abuse: 1 (800) 4 A Child or 1 (800) 422-4453
Questions: 1 (800) 394-3366, 9am to 5:30pm est
info@childwelfare.gov
Provides help for personal situation, resources, report abuse or neglect.
King County Sexual Assault Resource Center
www.kcsarc.org
1 (888) 99-VOICE or 1 (888) 998-6423
AdminSupportStaff@kcarc.org
200 Mill Ave S, Ste 10, Renton, WA  98057
Victim-advocacy organization that provides critical support, tools, and direct services to children, teens, women and men who are victims of sexual assault.

 

LifeWire - Together Against Domestic Violence (formerly Eastside Domestic Services Program)
www.lifewire.org
24-Hour Helpline: (425) 746-1940 or 1 (800) 827-8840
PO Box 6398, Bellevue, WA  98008
info@lifewire.org
Document: Domestic Violence Hurts Everyone
Advocates for domestic violence survivors, prevent family homelessness with emergency and transitional housing.
Sexual Abuse Focused Education (SAFE Parenting)
http://www.kcsarc.org/family
(425) 226-5062
Program focuses on understanding the impact of child sexual abuse and the steps caregivers can take to promote healing and resilience in victims and survivors. It is offered in person, by phone, and via webchat (e.g., Skype, Google).

 

Sexual Abuse Treatment Centers in Seattle, WA
psychologytoday.com
Comprehensive, searchable list of facilities available in the City of Seattle.
Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs
http://www.wcsap.org/
360.754.7583
info@wcsap.org
Provides information, training and expertise to programs and individual members who support victims, family and friends, the general public, and all those whose lives have been affected by sexual assault.

Addiction & Recovery
Seattle's Union Gospel Mission
206.628.2008
Through counseling, classes, routine, and bible study, men and women tackle the root causes of addiction and prepare for a life after addiction.
www.drugrehab.com
Daybreak Youth Services
​888.454.5506, ext. 26

 

Excelsior Youth Center
​509.328.7041

 

Healing Lodge of the Seven Nations
​509.533.6910
Highland Medical Center
206. 248.4787
Lakeside-Milam Recovery Centers
800. 231.4303

 

Ryther Mental Health & Addiction Treatment
206.525.5050

 

Sea Mar Renacer Treatment Center
206.766.6969

 

Sundown Ranch
800.326.7444

ADD/HD

National Resource Center on A​DHD
800.233.4050​

 

Centers for Disease Control/Free Publications
800.232.4636

Aging

Document: Medicaid and Long Term Care Services

AIDS / STDs

AIDS Hotline, WA state
206-205-7837 
AIDS Hotline, Center for Disease Control
800.232.4636
 
​Lifelong Aids Alliance
206.328.8979
People of Color Against AIDS Network
206.322.7061

 

Public Health STD Clinic - Harborview
206.731.3590

 

Teen Clinics - Public Health of King County 

Washington Health Department / AIDS division
​800-525-0127

Anger Management

Anger Control Treatment & Therapies 

206.575.3934

Anxiety

​Evidence Based Treatment Center of Seattle
http://ebtseattle.com/child-anxiety-center.html
 
Telephone: (206) 374-0109
Fax: (206) 374-0108
1200 5th Avenue, Suite 800, Seattle, WA 98101
Email: info@ebtseattle.com

At-Risk Youth

​Document: Parent's Decision Guide

 

Notes from prior resource page:
Mona J         206.205.9732
Amy Andre 206.205.2578
Karen Chapman  206.296.9416
(Seattle court)
​Laura Willet 206.205.2635
(ARY intervention specialist in King County for BECCA Court)
note: to file a contempt (in Kent) bring a copy of the court order being violated to the RJC room #1280 / Every Wednesday from 930 - 1130, no appointment

Autism

Association for Science in Autism Treatment

info@asatonline.org

 

Autism Blog 

 

Autism Watch: Your Scientific Guide to Autism

 

Autism Speaks
Family Services #: 888.288.4762

 

FEAT (Families For Effective Autism Treatment)
425.223.5126

 

​FEAT's Experience Learning Project
FEAT's Grant Program
Provides grant opportunities to families in Washington state who need financial assistance with services specifically related to autism spectrum treatments.
FEAT Resource Guide

 

Seattle Asperger's Support
206.227.6294

 

Seattle Children's Autism Center 

 

 

Wright's Law
Accurate, reliable information about special education law, education law, and advocacy for children with disabilities.

Baby Cupboards / Food Banks

Baby Boutique by Wellspring 
 
List of Food Banks and Baby Cupboards 
 
St. Joseph's Baby Corner 
206.726.1435
On 18th Avenue in Seattle's Cherry Hill neighborhood. 

 

Bullying

​Document: Bullying & Friendship Resource Handbook
 
Document: Take a Stand, Lend a Hand: Bystanders & Bullying
 

 

Working Choices, Inc.

212 Wells Ave S, Ste J, Renton WA  98057  |  phone: 425.822.8654  |  fax: 425.739.0449

wci@workingchoices.net