EAST KING COUNTY RESOURCE LIST
Centro Cultural Mexicano- Centro Cultural Mexicano strives to inspire inclusive participation by the community in all aspects of education, culture, and society by providing opportunities to create a positive future.
Redmond United Methodist Church: Open Kitchen offers a free takeout meal every Wednesday from 5-6p
City of Redmond Resources
City of Bellevue Resources
City of Woodinville Resources
City of Kirkland Resources
WAISN WA Immigrant Solidarity Network:Deportation defense, help with rent, resources for undocumented indivisuals
2-1-1 Community Resource Line
Health and human services information and referrals and other assistance.
Phone: 211 or (206) 461-3200< TTY: (206) 461-3610< Toll Free outside Seattle: 1-800-621-INFO (1-800-621-4636)
Solid Ground:Solid Ground connects people with resources & tools to help them stabilize their housing, access healthy food, & build stronger futures for themselves & their families.
St. Vincent De Paul: Provides help with rent, utilities, food and more. Call the Helpline Center at 206 767-6449 Monday-Friday 8am – 3 pm or fill out the online request help form.
Attain Housing:Serving homeless and at-risk families on the eastside 425-858-0489
Bellevue Lifespring: Helping Bellevue’s children and families
Muslim Association of Puget Sound provides rent and utility assistance plus a variety of other services.
MCRC Muslim Community Resource Center: The Muslim Community Resource Center (MCRC) is a service organization led and managed by a group of community volunteers passionate about helping the less fortunate in our community.
ACRS: Asian Counseling and Referral Service helps clients attain the highest levels of self-sufficiency in Western society while maintaining their cultural identities. 206-695-7600
IAWW India Association of Western Washington
Eastside Friends of Seniors:Food, Phone visits, medical transportation
SeaMar Bellevue Medical Clinic
Jewish Family Services
LifeWire 24 Hour Domestic Violence Helpline can be reached at 425-746-1940 or 1-800-827-8840
King County Sexual Assault Resource Center:24 Hour Resource line: 888-99-VOICE (888-998-6423
Adult Protective Services (APS)
If you suspect abuse of a vulnerable adult in Washington State call the statewide abuse hotline number or visit the website below.
Phone: 1-866-EndHarm (1-866-363-4276)
Child Protective Services (CPS)
To report incidences of child abuse or neglect
Phone: (206) 421-6500
Health Care Authority
Apply for free or low-cost health coverage through Washington Apple Health (Medicaid).
Washington State Dept of Health
King County testing Sites:
Seattle Testing Information:
RENT ASSISTANCE AND HOUSING
WA 2-1-1: 2-1-1- helps connect you to community resources statewide
Centro Cultural Mexicano-Rent Assistance in partnership with City of Redmond, City of Woodinville, and King County through Seattle Foundation
Friends of Youth: Friends of Youth Emergency Shelters, Drop-In and Residential facilities are open to clients.
United Way King County: (206) 461-3700
Information on health and human services, for housing assistance, help with financial needs, or to find the location of the nearest food bank.
Connect via phone or text with a Community Resource Specialists who can help you find support for utility assistance, food, shelter, and more.
Resource Needs Connection - Contact a staff member via the form; they will help connect young adults and families to resources. Google sign-in required.
Deadline: February 15th
The City of Seattle, in partnership with Wellspring Family Services, is providing one-time cash assistance to help meet the basic needs of workers in the hospitality industry.
Offers refurbished computers and low-cost internet in stores and online for nonprofits and individuals.
New Internet Essentials customers in King County will receive two free months of Internet service if their application is approved by June 30, 2021. After promotion, regular rates apply.
Lifeline phone service provides free cell phones to America's financially disadvantaged.
For musicians and music teachers living in King, Snohomish, Pierce, Mason, Kitsap or Thurston counties.
Free testing, regardless of immigration or insurance status. Open to anyone who cannot access a test through their healthcare provider.
The City of Seattle expanded its Utility Discount Program to assist both income-eligible households and those experiencing unexpected financial hardship.
Created by Artist Trust as a resource for finding alternative food sources during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Resources for those in the greater Seattle area and the Eastside. Listed by area.
City of Issaquah provides up to $500 per month up to three months (within one, 12-month period) to eligible Issaquah residents
Jubilee REACH provides financial assistance to help families with school-aged children in Bellevue pay rent, utility bills, rent and basic needs.
Congregations for the Homeless
Shelter and services for men experiencing homelessness in east King County.
Phone: (425) 614-6506
City of Redmond resources list: https://www.redmond.gov/DocumentCenter/View/12913/COVID-19-Homeless-Resources-PDF?bidId=
Catholic Community Services: 206-328-5724
City of Bellevue Rental Assistance – To apply for funding, leave a message between 12:01am-11:59pm on Wednesdays only on this dedicated hotline 206.694.6780. Counselors will call you back to screen for eligibility. Bellevue residents may can still call 2-1-1 to be screened for rental assistance and get information on other rental assistance resources in the community
King County Eviction Prevention and Rent Assistance Program:
Homelessness Prevention Financial Assistance for Veterans
King County Veterans Program provides housing stabilization assistance to veterans, servicemembers and their families who live in King County, are behind in rent or mortgage payments, are economically impacted by COVID-19 and meet income eligibility. Call 206 477-7022.
Disaster Cash Assistance Program provides cash assistance for one month in a 12-month period to Washington families and individuals who meet income and resource rules and who are not eligible other cash programs. Call (877) 501-2233, (where operators have access to interpreters) or apply online at
The Sophia Way
Shelter and services for women experiencing homelessness in east King County.
St. Jude Catholic Church 10526 166th AVE NE, Redmond, WA 98052 6PM to 8 AM parking daily Welcomes adult men and women, both singles and couples with cars Questions? 425.658.4982
Lake Washington United Methodist Church 7525 132nd AVE NE, Kirkland, WA 98033 24-hour parking Welcomes families with children and adult women with cars Questions? 425.922.8051
Overlake Christian Church 9900 Willows Rd NE, Redmond, WA 98052 Welcomes adult men and couples with cars
Camp Unity Eastside Authorized tent encampment that moves throughout the Eastside For information, call 425.652.9170 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
PSE—Assistance with utility bills
City of Seattle Utility Discount Program
Seattle and Eastside Food resources: https://public.tableau.com/profile/city.of.seattle.human.services#!/vizhome/Covid-19Seattle-AreaEmergencyFoodResources/COVIDEmergencyFood
King County Food Home Delivery: http://bit.ly/homedeliveryrequest
Nourishing Networks: Nourishing Networks (NN) are a means to build community through the identification and fulfillment of need gaps in the alleviation of hunger and other basic needs
Find your local Food Bank: https://www.feedingamerica.org/find-your-local-foodbank
Seattle Area Food Banks: http://www.seattlefoodcommittee.org/food-bank-directory/
Free grab and go meals: https://www.king5.com/article/news/puget-sound-area-families-can-find-free-grab-and-go-kids-meals-at-these-locations-during-school-shutdown/281-16178ea7-be7f-43d6-a57c-8059f0ff6945
Renewal Food Bank: Feeding the Hungry in East King County
Northshore School District is offering free meals for children, with several additional meal options for students and adults
Eastgate Bible Fellowship Food Bank: Open Fridays 11 am-2 pm
Woodinville Storehouse Food Bank: open on Tuesday evenings from 6:30-7:20 pm and Saturday mornings from 9:30-10:20 am. Bring ID for all family members and proof of residency such as utility bill or rental agreement for Woodinville, Bothell, Kirkland, Kenmore or Redmond. Regular appointment times can be scheduled after your first visit. Call 425-483-5252. Located at: 17110 140th Avenue NE, Woodinville.
Maltby Food Bank is open on Thursdays from 2:00 - 5:00 pm. Call 360-668-7900. Located at: 21104 86th Ave SE, Snohomish, WA
(I.D. & proof of residence required)
Northshore Senior Center Meals on Wheels is providing meals to adults who are age 60 and older, unable to leave home without assistance, and not able to prepare their own nutritious meals. Please contact Northshore Senior Center at (425) 286-1049 for more information or apply online.
Sound Generations Meals on Wheels: Our program accepts King County, WA residents aged 60 or more, who have difficulty shopping or cooking.
NAMI Eastside: We support families, friends, and individuals living with mental health conditions.
Youth Eastside Services YES: We provide evidence-based mental health counseling, substance use and co-occurring disorders counseling and treatment, early childhood behavioral health services, psychiatric services, and education and prevention programs.
Washington Mental Health Referral Service: for Children and Teens provides mental health referrals for children and teens 17 and younger.
Families can call 833-303-5437, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 pm
For emotional crisis, 24 hours a day.
Phone: (206) 461-3222
TTY: (206) 461-3219
Toll Free outside Seattle: 1-800-244-5767
Eastside Legal Assistance Program (ELAP): provides high-quality, no-cost civil legal aid to low-income residents of East, Northeast, and Southeast King County, Washington. We also provide legal aid to survivors of domestic violence throughout all of King County. 425-747-7274
NWIRP Northwest Immigrant Rights Project: Northwest Immigrant Rights Project promotes justice by defending and advancing the rights of immigrants through direct legal services, systemic advocacy, and community education.
Northwest Justice:Justice for all low-income people in WA
The Housing Justice Project: Free legal advice
Child Care Aware of Washington Family Center - free emergency child care slots for
Public Transportation: King County and Sound Transit are offering a new annual pass at no cost for customers who have no income or very low income.
Información acerca de la variedad de servicios y programas disponibles a través de la Ciudad de Bellevue y otras agencias.
Guía para el Censo del 2020. Información básica sobre el censo.
"Our mission is to promote the health and well-being of the Latino Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and questioning community in a culturally appropriate environment. "
"Somos es una organización para personas LGBTQ Latinas. Nuestra meta es crear comunidad, compartir recursos y promover el aprendizaje y desarrollo personal."
The first of its kind in the Pacific Northwest, this museum showcases the history of Chicano/as and Latino/as in Washington state from post war immigration to present time.
Celebrate black history, art, and culture at NAAM. Discover fun facts about the history of African Americans in the Pacific Northwest.
Explore Seattle in a new way through eye-opening exhibits. Learn what life was like for early Asian Pacific American immigrants.
"El Proyecto para los Derechos del Inmigrante (NWIRP por sus siglas en inglés) promueve justicia por defender y avanzar los derechos de inmigrantes por representación directa, defensa sistemática y educación comunitaria. "
Advocating for immigrants and refugees in Washington State through programs such as the Fair Fight Bond Fund, deportation defense, and accompaniment.
"Hopelink provee una red de servicios sociales críticos a través de diferentes programas – incluyendo vivienda, transporte, desarrollo familiar, apoyos económicos, programas de empleo, educación para adultos, educación financiera y cinco bancos de alimentos. "
"The New Bethlehem Day Center provides families (adults with children under 18, or K-12, as part of the family unit and in attendance) experiencing homelessness with essential services including showers, laundry, computers, social services, snack and dinner. "