Family 
Center for Human Services

Family Getaways

Cascades has scholarships for teachers, seniors and low income families.

 

North Cascades Family Getaways
Offers  scholarships to teachers, seniors over 60 and people with low income.

Kent Youth and Family Services

 
KFYS: Resources Page
 
Seattle YMCA

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)

Washington State FAS Diagnostic & Prevention Network

Food
Cooking Matters / Solid Ground

Empowering families at risk of hunger with the skills, knowledge and confidence to make healthy and affordable meals.
Des Moines Area Food Bank
206.878.2660
 
FISH Food Banks
 
Hopelink Food Banks
 
Hunger Intervention
Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank
 
Kent Food Bank and Emergency Services
253.520.3550
 
Maple Valley Food Bank and Emergency Services
425.432.8139
 
Tukwila Pantry
206.431.8293
 
U District Food Bank
206.523.7060
 
Union Gospel Mission
 
Union Gospel Emergency Food & Shelter
United Indians of All Tribes Foundation
 
Vashon Maury Community Food Bank
206.463.6332
 
Washington State Food Bank Locator
 
West Seattle Food Bank
206.932.9023
 
White Center Food Bank
206.762.2848

 

WIC (women, infants and children)
Eligible moms will receive monthly checks for healthy food, health screenings and referrals, nutrition education and breastfeeding support.
 

WIC Clinics in Washington

Foster Parents
Washington State Parks

Free campsites for foster parents and their children.
888.226.7688

 

United Indians of All Tribes Foundation
​Offers foster care licensing, advocacy and support.
206.723.6288

 

Treehouse: The Wearhouse
A free store where foster kids shop for new and like-new clothing, books, toys and other things to help them feel good and fit in.

 

Treehouse: Little Wishes ​
Program helps pay for activities that every child deserves to explore and enjoy.
​Treehouse: Summer Camp

 

Friends of Youth
Caters to the physical, emotional and social needs of children and youths in a supportive family setting until the natural family can be reunited or a permanent placement through adoption can be arranged.

 

Friends of Youth: Foster Resources

 

Friends of Youth: Foster Licensing Process

Furniture

Home2Home
Accumulates "like new" furniture and
household items and distributes them
to economically challenged families on the Eastside.
Beds for Kids
https://www.facebook.com/seattlepolicebeds4kids/
Seattle Police Foundation: 610 5th Avenue, Seattle
(360) 602-1148

Gay / Gender / GLBTQ

Family Acceptance Project
888.468.2620
 
Gay City Health Project
206.860.6969
 
Gay Men's Domestic Violence Project
24 hour: 800.832.1901

 

Ingersoll Gender Center
415.534.5974
 

Lambert House

206.322.2515

 

NW Network of Bisexual, Trans, Lesbian and Gay Survivors of Abuse
​206.568.7777
PFLAG Seattle
(Parents, Families, and Friends of
Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals and Transgenders) 
Helpline: 206-325-7724
Seattle Counseling Services for Sexual Minorities
206.323.1768

 
Seattle LGBT Community Development

The Trevor Project
866.488.7386
 
Youth Eastside Services: B-GLAD
425.747.4937
Grief
GriefWorks
Serves Auburn and SE King County.
Fee for services, nobody turned away.
253.333.9420
 
Safe Crossings - Providence Hospice of Seattle
Children and family grief support, crisis response, Camp Erin.
No charge. 
206.652.4723
 
The Healing Center
Grief support community for adults, children, families.
Offers groups, retreats, potlucks, home visits, ceremonies.
Slide scale fees or no charge, no one turned away.
206.523.1206

 

 

Working Choices, Inc.

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

wci@workingchoices.net