• Great Assistance Resources Available For Our Families:

    Assistance Resources

    • Affordable Connectivity Program- The benefit provides a discount of up to $30 per month toward internet service for eligible households and up to $75 per month for households on qualifying Tribal lands. Eligible households can also receive a one-time discount of up to $100 to purchase a laptop, desktop computer, or tablet from participating providers if they contribute more than $10 and less than $50 toward the purchase price. Find out if you qualify and apply online at https://www.fcc.gov/acp


    • Catholic Community Services of Western Washington- Offers a variety of programs including Senior & in-home care, mental health services, addiction recovery, housing, & youth and family services. CCS/CHS serves people in need, regardless of religious affiliation, race or economic status. 253-893-7895


    • Multi Service CenterServices include supplemental food and assistance with completing applications for Basic Food Benefits, housing assistance, utility bill assistance, job search and job readiness assistance, education assistance including GED/High School/College enrollment assistance. https://mschelps.org/connect/ . Federal Way Office: (253) 838-6810 Kent Office: (253) 854-4406


    • Lifeline Free Government Phone Program- Assurance Wireless is a federal Lifeline Assistance program. Lifeline is a government assistance program. The Assurance Wireless offer provides eligible low-income customers free monthly data, unlimited texting, and free monthly minutes. Plus a free phone. Limit one line per household. https://www.assurancewireless.com/



    • Washington Homeownership Hotline - (877) 894-4663 - If you have any questions related to homeownership during this crisis, you can call this number. For information on mortgages during the pandemic, visit their website. (https://dfi.wa.gov/homeownership)


    • Saint Vincent de Paul Financial Assistance - (206) 767-6449 - This non-profit offers personal assistance with food, clothing, gasoline, medicine, rent, utilities, and transportation to people facing economic or emotional crises. People of all backgrounds and religions can get assistance. (https://svdpseattle.org/get-help/online-help-request-form/)


    • World Relief Seattle - (253) 277-1121 - This organization provides assistance for refugees and immigrants new to the United States. (https://worldreliefseattle.org/)


    • King County Women’s Winter shelter - YWCA Angeline’s 2030 3rd Ave Seattle (between Lenora and Virginia). Women register at the Women’s Referral Center between 6 PM - 9 PM daily. After 9 PM, drop in or call (206) 436-8650.


    • REACH Center- Day shelter (some overnight shelter for families) for women and children 1055 S Grady Way- P2, (425) 277-7594, day shelter only 8 PM - 5 PM Monday-Friday. REACH provides meals, clothing, laundry and shower facility. (https://www.reachrenton.org)


    Rental Assistance

    Hope Line 425-869-6000

    Hope link (Eastside) 425-943-7555

    Solid Ground Tenant Services 206-694-6767

    Community Information 206-461-3200

    Housing & Essential Needs Programs 206-328-5755

    County Crisis Clinic 1800-621-4636 or 206-461-3222

    King Supportive Services for Veteran Families 206-545-2344


    For more information on resources in King County please access the Community and Small Business Resource Guide