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Washington Resources

We updated this page on February 20, 2022

Washington Resources

The links below are to websites that offer information related to Washington sex offense laws, statistics and other related topics. All website listed below provided information only for the state of Washington. The resources below are listed in no particular order. If you know of any other resources that should be added to the Washington sex offender resource list, please contact us and let us know.

OTHER COMMUNITY RESOURCES

KENMORE WASHINGTON COMMUNITY RESOURCES

COMMUNITY RESOURCE GUIDE FOR WASHINGTON COUNTY

Community Resources for Kittitas County, Washington

PACIFIC COUNTY Resource Directory

Housing Resources

Community Connect–(503) 640-3263

HUD Subsidized Apartments in Oregon

Community Action Homeless and Housing Services–(503) 640-3263

Open Door Counseling Center –(503) 640-6689

Assistance and Housing

 

Landlord/Tenant Issues

Community Alliance of Tenants–(503) 288-0130

Fair Housing Council of Oregon–(503) 223-8295

Neighborhood Mediation Center–(503) 526-2523

HUD Housing Discrimination Hotline–(800) 669-9777

 

Purchasing a Home

Portland Housing Bureau–(503) 823-2375

Portland Housing Center–(503) 282-7744

Habitat for Humanity–(503) 844-7606

Fannie Mae Home Buyer Resources

 

Home Repair for Low Income Home Owners

Community Action Weatherization Program–(503) 648-6646

HARDE: Home Access and Repair for the Disabled and Elderly and Low Income Home Repair loans–(503) 846-8897

Habitat For Humanity Home Repair & Preservation–(503) 844-7606

Rebuilding Together–(503) 644-4544

Clean Energy Works–(855) 870-0049

 

Services for Seniors and Persons with Disabilities

Imagine Possibilities–(503) 649-6110

Independent Living Resources–(503) 232-7411

Washington County Department of Aging and Veterans Services–(503) 640-3489

State of Oregon – Links to Services for Seniors and Persons with Disabilities

State of Oregon – Links to Mental Health Services

 

Emergency Assistance (food, clothing, misc.)

State of Oregon, Department of Human Services

Beaverton office–(503) 646-9952
Tigard office–(503) 670-9711
Hillsboro office–(503) 648-8951
Find your local office

Low Income Energy Assistance Program–(503) 648-6646

St. Vincent DePaul Society— (503) 235-7837

St. Vincent DePaul Society (emergency assistance)– (503) 235-8431

St Vincent DePaul Society (Hillsboro and North Plains)– (503) 693-7528

Love INC Greater Beaverton–(503) 336-5946

Love INC Greater Hillsboro–(503) 648-0700

Love INC Tigard, Tualatin and Sherwood–(503)443-6888

Food Resources Locator https://jeffcowa.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=de91d5b8ab7b4937bf02171e674e7acf

DSHS is sending emergency supplements to people who get Basic Food (EBT).

Jefferson County Food Resource Map

Summer Meals Program (Olympic Peninsula YMCA)

    • The 2020 Summer Meals program starts Monday, June 22 through Monday, August 31 for Chimacum, Port Townsend, and Brinnon School Districts. Quilcene School District will receive summer meals starting Wednesday, July 1 through Monday, August 31. The first week of Summer Meals (June 22-26) only lunch will be provided and the second week forward (June 29-August 31) breakfast and lunch will be provided. Meals will follow USDA guidelines and include milk, grains, fruits, veggies, and a meat or meat alternative. Some meals will be distributed at grab and go sites where children can walk up or their parents can drive up to each site where volunteers will hand them meals. Other meals will be distributed via school district bus routes.
      • 9 a.m.-11 a.m. Monday or Wednesday at the Multi-Purpose room at Chimacum Elementary School, 91 W. Valley Road, Chimacum, or at Chimacum Primary School, 313 Ness Corner Drive, Port Hadlock.
      • 9 a.m.-11 a.m. Tuesday or Thursday at Salish Coast Elementary School, 1637 Grant Street, Port Townsend, or Port Townsend High School, 1500 Van Ness Street, Port Townsend.
      • Meals will be distributed on Monday in Quilcene and Tuesday in Brinnon via school district bus routes. Families can pick up their meals at the same stop they did with their school bus driver. If you miss a day of delivery, please call our YMCA of Jefferson County office at 360-385-5811.
      • Fridays we will deliver back packs throughout Jefferson County with a weekend’s worth of food via school district bus routes. If you would benefit from a weekend backpack or know a family that would benefit from a weekend backpack, please contact the YMCA of Jefferson County office at 360-385-5811

 

Northeast Pierce Resource Guide (DOWNLOAD PDF)

 

Mental Health and Counseling

Domestic Violence Resource Center 24-Hour Hotline–(503) 469-8620

Oregon Family Support Network–(503) 363-8068

Trauma Intervention Program (TIP)–(503) 823-3937

LifeWorks Northwest–(503) 645-3581

Washington County Crisis Line–(503) 291-9111

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline–(800) 273-8255

 

Veteran’s Services

Department of Veterans, Aging and Disability Services–(503) 846-3060

Portland Veteran’s Medical Center–(503) 220-8262

Hillsboro Veteran’s Community-Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC)–(503) 906-2000

Veteran Community Resource and Referral Center–(503) 808-1256

VASH Program information

Information and Referral

The following may be able to refer you to resources in the community not listed here:

211 Info –dial 2-1-1 -or- (503) 222-5555

Links will open in a new window.

Housing

Transitional Housing Search

7820 A STREET,
Tacoma, WA – 98408

HOUSE OF MERCY MINISTRIES – Three locations in Seattle (206) 856-0013 Description: Offers a faith-based transition program for recovering addicts, homeless individuals and successful re-entry into society for those being released from prison. Operates three residential programs in King County and one in Pierce County. Offers employment assistance through a network of supporting employers and organizations. Also assists residents in fulfilling DOC requirements, obtaining driver’s licenses and ID cards, food stamps and public assistance, resume preparation and employment resources, and other items necessary for successful re-entry into society. Days/Hours: M-F, 8am-4:30pm. To Apply: Obtain an application form online, by calling or via email at contact@houseofmercyministries.net. Fees: $50 non-refundable application fee, $500 monthly program fee, $500 last month deposit. Sex Offenders: Yes


CRESTVIEW APARTMENTS*
305 Lind Ave SW apt#2, Renton, WA 98055
(425) 226-5050
Description: Includes both studios and one-bed room apartments. Laundry facilities included.
Days/Hours: 8AM–5PM, M-F
Eligibility: Admitted sex-offenders, up to and including level III. No children, no pets.
To Apply: Walk in. Fees: Call to inquire. (POSSIBLY NOT ACCEPTING ANY MORE)


DAVE’S CLEAN AND SOBER HOUSE*
(206) 412-9201
North Seattle Neighborhoods
Description: Operates two clean and sober houses in N. Seattle neighborhoods.
Eligibility: Adults, 18+. No children, no pets. No level III sex-offenders.
To Apply: Call for screening and application.
Fees: $325- $550. Varies by unit size.


PIONEER HUMAN SERVICES – PERMANENT ECONOMY HOUSING
(206) 766-7940
7440 W. Marginal Way S, Seattle WA 98108
Description: Provides low-cost permanent housing apartments. Units range from efficiencies (SRO’s) to studios and apartments.
Days/Hours: M-F, 8am-5pm
Eligibility: Low-income individuals, couples and families.
To Apply: Call to attend weekly orientation
Fees: Rent: $400-$590 per month, including utilities and basic cable. Requires Non-refundable
application fee of $35 and $75 non-refundable processing fee. Deposit amount is determined by rental screening application.


STEPHENSON HOUSE*
Contact Phone Number: (206) 767-4055
Your Name: Jacob (Jay) Wright
Your Email: jay054@msn.com
Days/Hours: 10AM – 6PM, M-F
To Apply: Call for screening.
Description: I am the current Resident Manager of the Stevenson House/Carleton Apartments located in the Georgetown neighborhood of South Seattle. I’m contacting you to update your information regarding our complex. Please note the spelling of the complex and I would like to update the rental rates.
Sleeper’s = $550/month
Studio’s = $1095/month
We do still rent to registered offenders, on or off of placement.
Please feel free to contact me at the number listed if you have any further questions.
Thank you and have a wonderful day.
Fees: Call to inquire.
6656 corson AVE S OFC, Seattle, WA 98108


STEP BY STEP RECOVERY HOUSE
http://www.stepbysteprecoveryhouse.org/
(206) 353-7501
1039 S 128TH St, Seattle WA 98168
Description: Provides beds and rooms for rent at a low price for people coming out of treatment of incarceration who are interested in a sober living home.
Days/Hours: M-F, 6am-9pm
Eligibility: Clean and sober individuals with enough income to pay rent.
To Apply: Call or apply through website.
Fees: Rent: $275-500, ranging from a shared room to a private room.

INTERACTION/TRANSITION HOUSE
http://www.interactiontransition.org
(206) 324-3932
935 16th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98122
Description: Operates Transition House, which offers low-cost rent at an 18-bed facility for exoffenders. Other services (based at Transition House) include informal individual counseling, weekly group sessions, community resource referrals, and coordination of sex offender or drug and alcohol treatment where applicable. Waitlist may apply.
Days/Hours: 9AM-6PM, M-F
Eligibility: Serves both male and female offenders.
To Apply: Call for general information. A letter of inquiry is necessary to start the application process.
Fee: Room and board: $400 per month, plus $50 one-time, non-refundable administrative fee. Other services are free

CHELAN AND DOUGLAS COUNTIES

Aging and Adult Care of Central WA
Range of services for adults 60+ and people with disabilities
50 Simon Street S.E.
Suite A
East Wenatchee, WA 98801
1-800-572-4459 or 509-886-0700
www.aaccw.org

Chelan Valley Hope
Rent, Utilities, gas & bus tokens.
417 S Bradley St
Chelan, WA 98816
509-888-2114
http://chelanvalleyhope.org

Chelan-Douglas County Health Department
200 Valley Mall parkway
East Wenatchee, WA 98802
https://cdhd.wa.gov

Chelan-Douglas Developmental Disabilities Program
Helps people with intellectual and developmental disabilities achieve a lifetime success by advocating, supporting, and promoting full participation in our community.
509-888-2377
Tcardwell-burns@co.douglas.wa.us

Columbia Valley Homeownership
Affordable homeownership for low-income households.
1555 S Methow St
Wenatchee, WA 98801
509-663-7421
http://www.cvhousing.org

Community Action Council
Offers energy assistance, literacy council and weatherization.
620 Lewis Street
Wenatchee, WA 98801
http://www.cdcac.org

Entiat Valley Community Services
Job training and skills, benefit services, transportation.
2188 Entiat Way, Entiat 98822
509-784-7117
https://www.evcsfb.org

Lighthouse Christian Ministries
Meals, food distribution, transitional shelters, preschool program, mentoring, education, and financial services.
7700 NE 26th Avenue
Vancouver WA 98665
360-397-8228
https://www.wenatcheelighthouse.org

National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI)
Provides education, support, recovery, advocacy and governance to those affected by mental illness.
PO Box 4051
Wenatchee, WA 98801
509-663-8282
http://www.namicd.org

OIC of Washington
Community and emergency services, education/employment training, weatherization, personal financial services.
11 Spokane St
Suite #103
Wenatchee, WA 98801
509-888-6012
www.crmhs.org

PowerHouse Ministry Center
Drop-in Center
1052 Valley Mall Parkway
East Wenatchee, WA 98802
509-888-6632
https://www.powerhousewenatchee.com

Salvation Army – Wenatchee
Faith based organization that offers multiple programs for the vulnerable, the needy, the poor, the hurting, the helpless, and the hopeless. Hot showers, food boxes once per month, and rent/utility assistance.
1205 S. Columbia St
Wenatchee, WA 98801
509-662-5742 or 509-662-8864
https://wenatchee.salvationarmy.org

Sage
A domestic violence shelters/counseling program.
Domestic Violence 24-Hour Hotline 509-888-HELP (4357) or 509-663-7446
https://www.findsafety.org

SERVE Wenatchee Valley
Utility/rent assistance, non-food items, furniture and training.
212 S Mission St
Wenatchee, WA 98801
http://www.servewenatchee.org

Upper Valley Mend
Rent, utilities, gas & bus tokens.
347 Division St
Leavenworth, WA 98826
509-548-0408
http://uvmend.org

GRANT COUNTY

Aging and Adult Care
1336 S Pioneer Way #103
Moses Lake, WA 98837
509-766-2568
www.aaccw.org

DSHS Community Services Office
Financial and food assistance.
309 E. 5th Ave
Moses Lake, WA 98837
509-764-5600
https://www.dshs.wa.gov

Department of Vocation Rehabilitation
309 E 5th Ave,
Moses Lake, WA 98837
(509) 766-4131
https://www.dshs.wa.gov/strategic-planning/division-vocational-rehabilitation

Grant County Health District
1038 W Ivy Ave
Moses Lake, WA 98837
509- 754-6060
http://granthealth.org

Division of Developmental Disabilities
1651 Pilgrim St
Moses Lake, WA 98837
506-764-5673
https://www.dshs.wa.gov/dda

New Hope Domestic Violence Services
604 West Third
Suite B
Moses Lake, WA 98837
509-764-8402
http://www.grantcountywa.gov/New-Hope/

OKANOGAN COUNTY

Okanogan Behavioral Healthcare

Mission is to provide holistic behavioral health services that promote wellness and sustain recovery in Okanogan County
1007 Koala Drive
Omak, WA 98841
24 HOUR Crisis Line : 866-826-6191 or 509-826-6191
https://www.okbhc.org/

FYRE in Omak

FOUNDATION FOR YOUTH RESILIENCY & ENGAGEMENT Serving all Okanogan County Youth. Our prevention, intervention, and outreach services focus on building resilience, strengthening families, and youth-led community outreach because youth deserve healthy minds, bodies, homes, and communities
23 Ash Street South,
Omak, Washington 98841
Dads MOVE for Okanogan County
Dads M.O.V.E. seeks to strengthen the father’s role in raising children with behavioral health needs through education, peer support and advocacy. To provide every parent/caregiver (especially dads) with the tools, support, and training needed to be fully engaged in the recovery of their children.
25 S Main St
Omak, WA 98841
509-429-6704
Room One
To ensure our community has access to safety net programs, pathways to self-determination, and crisis support, Room One and its partners provide a wide range of social and health services including low-income and emergency housing, childcare, mental health providers, food access, aging support, substance abuse, and domestic violence.
315 Lincoln St South
Twisp, WA 98856
509-997-2050
Family Health Centers
Family Health Centers provides high quality health care services in the communities of: Okanogan, Omak, Tonasket, Oroville, Bridgeport, Brewster and Twisp. Family Health Centers is a nonprofit 501(c)3 that proudly offers a diverse range of primary and preventive health care services such as: adult and child medical care, dental care, obstetrics, internal medicine, lab, WIC (Women, Infants & Children), and pharmacy.
800-660-2129

https://myfamilyhealth.org/


NATIONAL

211 Info
Provides Community information
Dial 211
http://www.211info.org

Mental Health America (MHA)
The nation’s leading community-based nonprofit dedicated to addressing the needs of those living with mental illness and promoting the overall mental health of all Americans.
1-800-969-6642
http://www.mentalhealthamerica.net/

National Crisis Text Hotline
Teens (and others) can text 741741 from anywhere in the United States to talk with a crisis counselor.
Text 741741
http://www.crisistextline.org

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
The nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.
1-800-950-NAMI (1-800-950-6264)
www.nami.org

National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)
Lead federal agency for research on mental disorders
1-866-615-6464
http://www.nimh.nih.gov/

National Suicide Hotline
National network of local crisis centers that provides 24/7 free and confidential emotional support for people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress.
1-800-273-8255
http://www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
The agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation.
1-877-SAMHSA (1-877-726-4727)
http://www.samhsa.gov/

Victim Access Hotline (emergencies)
888-560-6027


Employment
CHELAN AND DOUGLAS COUNTIES

DSHS Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
Helps individuals with disabilities to participate fully in their communities and become employed.
13600 NE 9th Street, 2nd Floor, Suite 230
Vancouver WA 98684
877-501-2233
www.dshs.wa.gov/ra/division-vocational-rehabilitation

Work Source
Statewide partnership of state, local and nonprofit agencies that provides an array of employment and training services to job seekers and employers of Washington.
https://esd.wa.gov/WorkSourceWA

GRANT COUNTY

Express Employment
131 W 4th Ave
Moses Lake, WA 98837
509-765-0322
https://www.expresspros.com/moseslakewa

OIC of WA for Farm Workers
903 W 3rd Ave,
Moses Lake, WA 98837
(509) 765-9206

Total Employment & Management
Provides temporary, seasonal, and permanent employment.
723 W Broadway Ave,
Moses Lake, WA 98837
(509) 765-3214
http://teamshome.com

Work Source
Statewide partnership of state, local and nonprofit agencies that provides an array of employment and training services to job seekers and employers of Washington.
309 E 5th Ave,
Moses Lake, WA 98837
(509) 766-2559
https://www.worksourcewa.com

OKANOGAN COUNTY

Work Source
Statewide partnership of state, local and nonprofit agencies that provides an array of employment and training services to job seekers and employers of Washington.
126 S. Main St
Omak, Washington 98841
509-423-6678
https://ncwveterans.info/resources/worksource-okanogan/


Food Banks
CHELAN AND DOUGLAS COUNTIES

Cashmere Emergency Food Bank
Cashmere Methodist Church
300 S. Division St
Cashmere, WA 98815
2nd and 4th Wednesday 3:30-5:30
509-669-2399

Community Cupboard
219-14th St
Leavenworth, WA 98826
509-548-6727
http://uvmend.org/community-cupboard

Entiat Valley Food Bank
2084 Entiat Way
Entiat, WA 98822
509-888-3999
Saturday 10am-12pm w/meal
Thursday 5:30-6:30pm & Friday 11:30am
https://www.evcsfb.org

Lake Chelan Food Bank
417 South Bradley St
Chelan, WA 98816
Tuesday & Saturday 8:30am-10am
http://lakechelanfoodbank.org

Lighthouse Christian Ministries
526 S Wenatchee Ave
Wenatchee, WA 98801
509-888-4864
https://www.wenatcheelighthouse.org

Mansfield Food Bank
26 S Main Street
Mansfield, WA 98830
Every other Friday 11am-12pm
509-745-8237
https://2-harvest.org/douglas-county

Orondo Community Church Food Bank
13966 State Route 2
Orondo, WA 98843
1st and 3rd Wednesday 4-6pm

Rock Island Food Bank
5 N Garden Ave
Rock Island, WA 98850
Tuesdays 9-11am

Salvation Army
Limited to 1 box per month
1205 S Columbia St
Wenatchee, WA 98801
509-662-5742 or 509-662-8864
Monday-Friday 1-3pm
https://www.resourcehouse.info/…/Salvation_Army_Wenatchee

SERVE Wenatchee Valley
Food Vouchers
212 S Mission St
Wenatchee, WA 98801
509-663-4673

Waterville Food Bank
413 S Central
Waterville, WA 98858
509-745-8237
1st and 3rd Thursday 2:30-4pm

Wenatchee Food Bank
504 S Chelan
Wenatchee (Wenatchee Community Center)
Thursday 9-11am

Hot Meals
Entiat Food Bank
2084 Entiat Way
Entiat, WA 98822
509-888-3999

Hospitality House Men’s Shelter
(Clean & Sober) Free public meals for men, women & children
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner
1450 S Wenatchee Ave
Wenatchee, WA 98801
509-663-4289
www.hhmwen.org

Leavenworth church of the Nazarene
Free community meal
111 Ski Hill Drive
Leavenworth, WA 98826

Lighthouse Christian Ministries
526 S Wenatchee Ave
Wenatchee, WA 98801
509-888-4864
https://www.wenatcheelighthouse.org

The Salvation Army
1205 S Columbia St
Wenatchee, WA 98801
509-662-8864
https://www.resourcehouse.info/…/Salvation_Army_Wenatchee

GRANT COUNTY

Coulee City First Presbyterian
Food Bank
214 N. 4th Street (2,166.32 mi)
Coulee City, Washington 99115
509-632-5696

Othello Food Bank
PO Box 152
Othello, WA 99344
509-488-6044
http://www.northwestharvest.org

Ephrata Food Bank
1010 A St. SE
Ephrata, WA 98823
509-754-5772
http://ephrata.org

Grand Coulee Care and Share Food Bank
45925 SR E Hwy 174 N
Grand Coulee, WA 99133
509-633-2742

Mattawa Food Bank
23898 Rd T .2
Mattawa, WA 99349
509-830-8655
http://mattawaareafoodbank.org

Moses Lake Food Bank
PO Box 683
Moses Lake, WA 98837
509-765-8101
www.mlfood.org 

Quincy Food Bank
210 1st Ave SE
Quincy, WA 98848
509-787-4963

Ritzville Food Bank
104 W Main Ave
Ritzville, WA 99169
509-659-4449

Royal City Food Bank
17619 Rd 13 SW
Royal City, WA 99357
509-346-9334
http://www.nonprofitfacts.com/WA/Royal-City-Food-Bank.html

Salvation Army
212 S Alder St
Moses Lake, WA 98837
509-766-5875
https://moseslake.salvationarmy.org

Soap Lake Food Bank
325 Main Ave E
Soap Lake, WA 98851
509-246-0164

Warden Food Bank
PO Box 67
Warden, WA 98857
509-349-9999

Lind Sr. Center 2nd Harvest
509-677-3620
http://www.moseslakeseniorcenter.org/second-harvest.html

OKANOGAN COUNTY

Omak Food Bank
101 W 4th Ave
Omak, WA 98841
(509) 826-1717
http://omak-food-bank.edan.io/

Okanogan County Community Council
424 S 2nd Ave
Okanogan, WA 98840
509-422-4041
http://occac.com/

State Register, Laws & Information
Support & Counseling
  • Sex Offender Resource Packet 2010 – A list of programs and agencies that help sex-offenders transition back into the community and may help with basic needs, housing, employment, and transitional support. This is a .pdf file.
  • Washington Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers – The Washington Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (WATSA) is a state chapter of the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA). ATSA was founded to foster research, facilitate information exchange, further professional education and provide for the advancement of professional standards and practices in the field of sex offender evaluation and treatment.
Other Resources
  • Stop the Senate – Site to find out whom your state senator is and ways to contact him/her.
  • Stop the House of Representatives- Site to find out whom your state House of Representative is and ways to contact him/her.
SUPPORT SERVICES

SOLANUS CASEY CENTER

Homepage – Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services of Western Washington

Rooted in Catholic Social Teaching and the Gospel imperative, Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services are outreaches of the Catholic Church in Western Washington, under the leadership of the Archbishop of Seattle and the Boards of Trustees.


(206) 223-0907
1008 James St, Seattle, WA 98104
Description: Offers drop-in hospitality, advocacy, telephone use, resource information, and limited WA State ID and birth certificate assistance. Limited Spanish translation available by phone.
Days/Hours: M W F, 1-4pm.
Eligibility: Serves anyone in need. Primarily serves low-income people in transition and individuals just out of jail.
To Apply: Call or walk in.
Fee: No charge.


FREEDOM PROJECT
http://www.freedom-project.org/
(206) 325-5678
Description: Freedom Project strengthens community through supporting the transformation of prisoners into peacemakers. Offers trainings in concrete skills on Nonviolent Communication and mindfulness leading to reconciliation with individuals, loved ones, and community.
Days/Hours: 10AM–4PM, M-Th
Eligibility: Male and female ex- and sex-offenders.
To Apply: Call for more information.
Fees: No charge.


KING COUNTY VETERAN’S PROGRAM – VETERANS’ INCARCERATED PROJECT (VIP)
http://www.dva.wa.gov/incarcerated_project.html
(206) 296-7564
2124 4th Ave
4th Floor
Seattle, WA 98121
Description: Partners with the WA State Dept. of Veterans Affairs to identify incarcerated veterans in the King County Jail System. Programs may include employment counseling, job referral, and a transitional housing program. Refers clients to resources for free or low-cost clothing, medical, dental,vision, and mental-health care.
Hours/Dates: M-F, 8:30am-12pm, 1pm-4:30pm
Eligibility: Veterans who have served 180 days or more of active duty with an honorable or general discharge and are incarcerated in King County.
Fees: None


 

ABSTINENCE HOUSING AND HUMAN SERVICES
Housing Coordinator: 253-709-9188, Sex Offender Housing: 253-709-9192
Located in South King County
Days/Hours: Call anytime.
To Apply: Call to inquire about availability.
Fees: Call to inquire.

 

FARESTART
(206) 443-1233
700 Virginia St., Seattle, WA 98101
Description: Trains adults for food service industry jobs. 16-week training course covers many aspects of catering and restaurant operation and is tailored to meet the individual trainee’s interests and needs.Other areas covered include case management, assistance in securing housing, job readiness, job placement, and resume preparation assistance. Participants live in shelters while enrolled in the program.
Days/Hours: Office: M-F, 8:30am-5pm. Training: M-F, 8am-8pm; Su 11-6pm.
Eligibility: Homeless or unemployed adults eligible for food assistance, ages 18+. No level III Sexoffenders.

 

TRAC Associates 545 Andover Park W, Suite 211 Tukwila, WA 98188 Case Manager: Anne Wako Phone: (206) 574-0863, ext. 101 Email: anu@tracassoc.com

Interaction Transition – Employment Assistance Program
http://www.interactiontransition.org/index.html (206) 324-3932 1265 S. Main St, Suite 305-B. Seattle, WA, 98144 Description: An area non-profit agency dedicated to helping ex-offenders find meaningful employment. The employment assistance program provides employment readiness and job search assistance for those reentering society, or anyone with a criminal history who is facing barriers to employment. Eligibility: All King County residents who are ex-offenders and face barriers to gaining employment. Accepts sex offenders. To Apply: Call main number during business hours. Applicants can also apply through an online application form, http://www.interactiontransition.org/contact.html, and by walking into their office during business hours. Days/Hours: 8:00am to 5:00pm, M-F

WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS – WORK/TRAINING RELEASE FACILITIES
http://www.doc.wa.gov (360) 725-8213 7345 Linderson Way SW, Tumwater, WA 98501 Description: The department contracts with private agencies to provide facilities for diagnostic services, work/training release and residential treatment. Days/Hours: Vary with the program. Eligibility: Varies with the program; depends, in part, on original sentencing, crime committed, time served, etc. Accepts sex offenders. To Apply: Call to inquire.

KING COUNTY VETERAN’S PROGRAM – VETERANS’ INCARCERATED PROJECT (VIP) http://www.dva.wa.gov/incarcerated_project.html (206) 296-7564 2124 4th Ave, 4th Floor Seattle, WA 98121 Description: Partners with the WA State Dept. of Veterans Affairs to identify incarcerated veterans in the King County Jail System. Programs may include employment counseling, job referral, and a transitional housing program. Refers clients to resources for free or low-cost clothing, medical, dental, vision, and mental-health care. Days/Hours: M-F, 8:30am-12pm and 1pm-4:30pm Eligibility: Veterans who have served 180 days or more of active duty with an honorable or general discharge and are incarcerated in King County. Accepts sex offenders. Fees: None.

Area code is 503 unless otherwise stated.
Community Resources
Alcohol, Drug & Gambling Services
Information & Referral…………………846-4528
Al-Anon/Alateen …………………………292-1333
Alcoholics Anonymous………………..223-8569
Gamblers Anonymous………. 1-855-222-5542
Gambling Hotline……………… 1-877-695-4648
Narcotics Anonymous ………………..345-9839
Child Abuse/Domestic Violence
Child Abuse Hotline
(24 hours)………………………. 1-855-503-7233
Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline
(24 hours) ……………………… 1-800-422-4453
Domestic Violence Crisis Line &
Resource Center (24 hours)…………… 469-8620
Parents Anonymous (24 hours)…….258-4557
Crisis Services
Alcohol/Drug Helpline………………….244-1312
Call to Safety Crisis Line………………235-5333
Cascade AIDS Project …………………223-5907
Hawthorn Walk-in Center
5240 NE Elam Young Pkwy, Hillsboro
Mental Health Crisis (24 hours)…….291-9111

Sexual Assault Resource Center
(24 hours)…………………………………640-5311
Suicide Prevention Lifeline…. 1-800-273-8255
EMERGENCY ……………………………………..911
Health Clinics & Hospitals
Doernbecher Pediatric Clinic
Bethany………418-2000
Health Care Resource Line …………..846-8851
Kaiser Westside Medical Center…………………… 971-310-1000
Legacy Meridian Park
Medical Center…………………………..692-1212
Neighborhood Health Center Beaverton……848-5861
Planned Parenthood …………. 1-888-875-7820
Providence St. Vincent Hospital…….216-1234
School-based Health Centers………..846-8851
Tuality Community Hospital………….681-1111
Tuality Urgent Care Forest Grove..359-6180
Hillsboro……..681-4223
Virginia Garcia Clinic Beaverton……352-6000
Cornelius…….359-5564
Hillsboro …….601-7400
Homeless Services Community Connect……………………640-3263

Housing & Food
Community Action ……………………..648-6646
Energy Assistance ………………….615-0771
Rental Assistance …………………..615-0770
Oregon Food Bank ……………………..439-6510
Salvation Army…………………………..640-4311
Washington County Housing Services ……………………….846-4794
Women, Infants & Children (WIC)….846-3555
Information & Referral
Adelante Mujeres ……………………….992-0078
Centro Cultural …………………………..359-0446
Child Care Resource & Ref… 1-866-698-6155
Disability/Aging/Veteran Services ……. 846-3060
General Information & Referral …………….. 211
Legal Aid Services of Oregon ……….648-7163
Oregon Health Plan ………….. 1-800-699-9075
Recycling………………………………….846-3605
TTY (for hard of hearing)…………………….. 711
Poison Control Center (24 hours) ……………………… 1-800-222-1222
For additional resources please dial 211 or visit www.co.washington.or.us
TTY: 711

Abandoned Vehicles………………………..629-0111
Accident Reports (to get an officer to the scene) ……….629-0111
Adopt-a-Road ………………………………..846-7623
Aging Services……………………………….846-3060
Animal Services ……………………………..846-7041
Birth/Death Certificates…………………….846-3538
Building Inspection………………………….846-3699
Building Permits……………………………..846-3470
Child Abuse Hotline (24 hours) .. 1-855-503-7233
Code Enforcement Land Use/Building ………………………..846-4875
Nuisance & Noise ………………………..846-3605
Communicable Disease/TB/STD………..846-3594
Community Development …………………846-8814
Community Involvement/
CPO Program…………………………………846-6288
Counseling & Victims’ Services…………846-3020
County Administration……………………..846-8685
County Commissioners……………………846-8681
County Information (general)…………….846-8611
Courts…………………………………………..846-8888

Developmental Disabilities………………..846-3150
Disability Services…………………………..846-3060
Dispute Resolution………………………………526-2523
District Attorney ……………………………..846-8671
Child Support ………………………………846-8759
Victim Assistance Program ……………846-8671
Elder Abuse …………………………….971-673-5200
Elections Office………………………………846-5800
Emergency Management …………………846-7575
Extension Service……………………………821-1150
(4-H, Agricultural/Master Gardener & Nutrition)
Fair Complex …………………………………648-1416
Family Justice Center………………………430-8300
Foodborne Illness Reporting……………..846-8722
Food Handler’s Permit……………………..846-3460
Garbage & Recycling ………………………846-3605
Housing Rehabilitation …………………….846-8897
Housing Services ……………………………846-4794
Human Resources ………………………….846-8606
Illegal Dumping………………………………846-3605
Immunizations/School Exclusion ……….846-4955
Jail ………………………………………………846-6826
Juvenile Department………………………..846-8861

Land Development/Current Planning…..846-8761
Law Library……………………………………846-8880
Library Locations ……………………………846-3222
Library Homebound Services ……………648-9785
Marriage Licenses ………………………….846-8786
Mental Health Services…………………….291-1155
Mental Health Crisis Line………………….291-9111
Oregon Dept of Human Services ……….648-8951
Parks
Hagg Lake & Scoggins Valley Park ….846-7000
Metzger Park ……………………………….846-7000
Tualatin Hills Park & Rec. District ……..645-6433
Passports ……………………………………..846-3979
Probation and Parole……………………….846-3400
Victims’ Services ………………………….846-3020
Property Tax Assessment…………………846-8741
Property Tax: Paid or Due ………………..846-8801
Property Values………………………………846-8826
Right-of-Way Permits………………………846-7623
Road Conditions (State)………… 1-800-977-6368
Road Construction ………………………….846-7800
Road Maintenance ………………………….846-7623

Senior/Disabled Transportation
(Ride Connection)…………………………290-3694
Septic Tank Permits ………………………..846-8722
Sewers/Surface Drainage …………………681-3600
Sheriff…………………………………………..846-2700
Non-Emergency Dispatch…………………629-0111
Storm Drains, Plugged …………………….547-8100
Street Lights ………………………………….846-3679
Surveyor……………………………………….846-8723
Taxes – Property …………………………….846-8741
Traffic Enforcement Request Line
(Sheriff)……………………………. 846-3998 x1145
Traffic Signals/Signs ……………………….846-7950
TriMet…………………………………………..238-7433
Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue ……………649-8577
Veteran Services…………………………….846-3060
Watermaster (Water Rights & Wells)….846-7780
Women, Infants & Children ………………846-3555
Zoning/Setbacks …………………………….846-8761

Employment Assistance

Employment Assistance

The best way to get started with your job search is to attend an orientation! Orientations are every Monday at 2pm and Thursday at 9am. Interested job seekers can sign up for orientations for the Adult and Dislocated Worker programs by Clicking here .

Community Resources
Social Service Agencies
Clark County Community Resource Guide

Next can connect you with a ton of community supports and resources throughout Clark County, including the organizations below! Fill out an application to get connected with us, or reach out to us at clark@nextsuccess.org to learn more.

Community
Schools + Education
Food
Transportation
Employment
Housing
Utilities
Child Care + Family Resources
Financial
Health
Mental Health + Grief Support
LGBTQ+
COVID
Other

Washington Resources – Sex Offender One Stop Resource

Financial Resources
Employees
Healthcare and Health Insurance
Housing Assistance
City of Redmond Utility Billing:

In accordance with the final extension of Proclamation 20-23, the Governor’s suspension of late fees and disconnections expired September 30, 2021. The Office of the Governor encourages customers with past-due balances to call their utility providers as soon as possible to set-up a payment plan. If you are experiencing hardship as a result of COVID-19, you may be eligible for support, including long-term payment arrangements or bill assistance. This Proclamation does not relieve customers from the obligation to pay for utility services.

The City of Redmond is committed to keeping our customers connected to essential services. To help make repayment more manageable, we are offering delinquent account holders flexible payment plan options. If you are unable to pay your past-due balance, please contact our office by December 31, 2021, to arrange a flexible payment plan. Effective January 1, 2022, we will return to our original past-due and termination policy for any unpaid delinquent accounts without a payment plan. Should your service be disconnected, payment of all past-due charges and fees will be required to re-establish service.

View FAQs related to City of Redmond Utility Billing in response to COVID-19

Private Utilities:

 

Education Loans:

Washington borrowers with commercially-owned Federal Family Education Program Loans or privately held student loans may be eligible for expanded relief. Learn more here.

To learn about how the CARES Act affects federally held student loans, please visit studentaid.gov.

Funeral Assistance:

For assistance with funeral, burial or cremation expenses and resources through a partnership with King County Library System and FEMA

Family Resources
Virtual Recreation & Education
  • Discover a new way to play at home with Parks & Recreation. Find ideas for all ages including art, fitness and outdoor activities.
  • Also check out our public safety team’s virtual activities, including storybooks read by police officers and firefighters, and downloadable coloring projects.
  • Nature Vision, with support from Cascade Water Alliance, has developed three science packets for K-12 students: Ecosystems, Watersheds, and Humans & Water. Learn more
  • Virtual museum tours and other online cultural resources can be found at Travel & Leisure and CNN.
School Impacts
Child Care Assistance and Information
Health and Safety
COVID-19 Testing

Testing for COVID-19 is an essential tool for stopping the spread of the disease and reopening King County.
Learn more about testing in King County

For uninsured and underinsured residents on the Eastside:

  • Call SeaMar located 3801 150th Ave SE in Bellevue at 425.460.7140 to set up an appointment to be tested
  • Call ICHS located at 1050 140th Ave NE in Bellevue at 425.373.3000 to set up an appointment to be tested
  • Call our Eastgate Public Health clinic located at 14350 SE Eastgate Way in Bellevue at 206.477.8000 to set up an appointment to be tested
Resources for victims of domestic violence 
First Responders, Healthcare Professionals and Essential Workers
Managing Stress and Anxiety

Stay Home, Stay Healthy: Take care of your metal health and well-being

Living through the COVID-19 pandemic and “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order is stressful, confusing and takes its toll on everyone. Redmond Police Department’s Mental Health Professional has created a Stay Home Stress Management Safety Plan for you and your family to fill out at home. This plan will go through steps to recognize when you are overwhelmed, how you can personally manage stress overload, and when and who to call if you need outside help. Stay Home Stress Management Plan Worksheet

Other resources for managing stress and anxiety:

  • Washington Listens offers resources to help manage elevated stress and cope with changes due to COVID-19. Call 1-833-681-0211, Monday – Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and weekends from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. TTY and language access services available.
  • Check out King County Public Heath’s Community Mental Health Guide
  • Managing stress and anxiety is an important part of staying healthy during challenging situations like the COVID-19 outbreak. These coping strategies from the Centers for Disease Control may help.
  • For parents taking care of children at home, see these helpful resources from Washington State Department of Health on caring for children’s physical and mental health.
  • The World Health Organization provided a short list of ideas for effectively dealing with stress.
  • Crisis Connections provides many resources and support for anxiety, loneliness, recovery, and more. Language interpretation in more than 155 languages is available. Call 866-427-4747 or text HOME to 741741 for support.
  • SAMHSA Disaster Distress Helpline provides trained counselors and support for stress, anxiety and more. Support available 24/7, 365 days a year. Call 1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUS to 66746. Spanish-speakers can call the hotline and press “2” for bilingual support. Interpreters are available for 100 other languages.
  • The Boys Town National Hotline is a free resource and counseling service that assists youth and parents 24/7, year round, nationwide. Spanish-speaking counselors and translation services for more than 100 languages also are available 24 hours a day. Call 1-800-448-3000, text VOICE to 20121, or email hotline@boystown.org to connect.
  • King County’s Department of Community and Human Services provides publicly funded mental health and substance use services to low-income people in need.
  • Additional resources and mental health resources can be found on Washington State Coronavirus resources website.
Food and Nutrition
Hopelink

Hopelink is providing pre-packed boxes of food at their Redmond location. Know someone in need of food who cannot pick up food for themselves? You can pick up for them.

If you cannot get to the Redmond Food Bank during their regular hours, they are also at Redmond United Methodist Church every other Wednesday from 5 to 6 p.m. View the complete Mobile Market schedule

Other Agencies Providing Emergency Food
  • Eastside Baby Corner, 425-865-0234
  • Emergency Feeding Program, 206-277-0300
  • Renewal Food Bank, 1-866-793-6512 or 425-736-8132
  • Salvation Army, 425-452-7300
  • Sound Generations-Meals on Wheels, 206-448-5757
Transportation
King County Metro

King County Metro has announced service changes in response to COVID-19. Learn more:

Customers with disabilities who are no longer able to reach their essential destinations using fixed-route service can contact the Access Transportation Call Center at 206-205-5000 for assistance with both emergent and ongoing essential transportation needs.

4/28/20 – King County Metro is offering essential workers the opportunity to form temporary vanpools with as few as two riders. Email vanpool@kingcounty.gov with “Emergency Vanpool Formation” in the subject line to get started or for more information.
Learn more

Homelessness Resources

Counseling Services (FREE FOR STUDENTS)
Counseling Services (LOCAL)
Contact/Help Line
Disaster
Domestic Violence
Food/Clothing/Shelter/Housing
Individual & Family Services
Legal
Medical/Health Services
Sexual Assault
Transportation
Other

Area code 509 unless otherwise shown.

TRI CITIES RESOURCES
Counseling Services
  • Lourdes Counseling Center
    509-943-9104
    Provides mental health services for adults, children, and families on an inpatient or outpatient basis.
  • Catholic Family & Child Service
    509-946-4645
    509-545-6145
  • Lutheran Community Services Northwest
    509-735-6446
    Provides services to families in crisis, outpatient counseling, advocate home network for children/families and a prenatal planning program. Sliding fee scale.
  • Tri-Cities Community Health (formerly La Clinica)
    509-547-2204
    Provides medical and dental services. Fee determined by clients’ ability to pay
  • Planned Parenthood
    509-783-2859
    Services available to all women for family planning and maternity care management.
  • Sunderland Family Treatment Services
    509-736-0704
    Provides individual, couple, family and group counseling, case management and medication management.
  • Tri-Cities Chaplaincy
    509-783-7416
    Provides counseling services, hospice care, pastoral education classes and support group meetings. Services available to anyone.
Disaster
  • American Red Cross
    509-783-6195
    Covers Benton and Franklin Counties
Domestic Violence
  • Columbia Basin Domestic Violence
    509-735-2271
    509-582-9841
    24-hour crisis counseling, shelter. Provides education, counseling, and shelter to battered women, men, or children.
Food/Clothing/Shelter/Housing
  • Benton Franklin Community Action Committee
    509-545-4042
  • DSHS Community Services
    509-735-7119
  • Employment Security (Work Source)
    509-734-5900
  • Goodwill Industries
    509-547-7717
    509-783-2449
    509-946-4575
  • Kennewick Housing Authority
    509-586-8576
  • Pasco Housing Authority
    509-547-3581
  • Richland Housing Authority
    509-943-8686
  • Red Cross Services
    509-783-6195
  • Runaway Hotline (24 hour)
    1-800-231-8686
  • Salvation Army
    509-547-2138
    Provides emergency shelter, food, clothing and prescription assistance.
  • St. Vincent DePaul
    509-547-2341
  • Tri-Cities Food Bank
    Kennewick: 509-586-0688
    Richland: 509-943-2795
  • Tri-Cities Residential Services
    509-783-3331
  • Tri-Cities Union Gospel Mission
    509-547-2112
Individual & Family Services
  • Annie Tran Center for Grief and Loss
    1-509-786-7100
  • Adult Protective Services (APS)
    509-545-5524
  • Catholic Family and Child Services
    509-946-4645
    509-545-6145
  • Children’s Protective Services (CPS)
    509-545-5524
  • Columbia Basin Apartment Assn (Landlord/Tenant)
    509-783-1800
  • Consumer Credit Counseling
    509-737-1973
  • DSHS Division of Child & Family Services
    509-545-2401
  • DSHS Division of Developmental Disabilities
    509-545-2355
  • Early Childhood Education Assistance Program
    509-736-2286
  • Gay and Lesbian Outreach — River of Life Metropolitan Community Church
    509-628-4047
    riveroflifemcc.org
  • Hanford Family Care Services (provided by Working Solutions, Inc.)
    800-322-9776
    Provides comprehensive resources, counseling and educational services to help Hanford employees and their family members meet personal and family challenges, such as child care, parenting, elder care issues.
  • Headstart
    509-735-1062
  • Planned Parenthood
    509-783-5059
    Additional childcare information available from Student Services.
  • Childcare Resource and Referral Program
    509-545-4042
    720 W. Court St., Pasco
    This is a free of charge service offered to the public through the Benton-Franklin Community Action Committee.
  • Tri-Cities Pregnancy Center
    509-943-2124
    509-544-9329
    Provides free services regarding pregnancy issues to all women.
  • Women’s Resource Center, CBC
    509-547-0511 Ext. 2325.
    Provides free support services to anyone in the community.
  • Women & Children’s Clinic, Kennewick General
    509-586-6111
    Provides sick and well baby care to children and pre- and post-natal care to women
Legal
  • Benton Franklin Legal Aid Society
    509-734-9840
  • Benton County Justice Center
    509-735-8388
  • Juvenile Justice Center
    509-783-2151
  • Washington State Human Rights Commission
    800-662-2755/509-321-2808
    Provides referral service to an attorney.

Medical/Health Services
  • AIDS
    • Benton Franklin District Health Department, AIDS Project
      509-943-2614
  • Chemical Dependency
    • Benton Franklin Substance Abuse Coalition
      509-783-3180
      Monday – Friday, 8:30AM – 5:00PM
    • Choices and Changes
      509-735-7899
      A drug & alcohol recovery center providing group, individual, family & co-dependency counseling.
    • Detox Center
      509-547-9000
      Provides 24-hour non-medical assistance and counseling to alcohol/chemically dependent individuals.
    • Discovery Substance Abuse Services
      509-736-0840
      Provides alcohol related outpatient services including DWI assessments, and alcohol and drug abuse information school.
  • Pre-treatment, intensive outpatient aftercare, groups, individual, family, marital counseling, ACOA, and co-dependency instruction
    • Narcotics Anonymous
      509-546-8244
      Provides a support system to anyone who has a problem with chemical/alcohol dependency.
    • Our Lady of Lourdes Chemical Dependency Unit
      509-546-2377
      Chemical dependency treatment, DWI referrals, intensive inpatient/outpatient, addicted pregnant women’s program.
  • Health Departments
    • Kennewick: 509-586-0207, ext. 221
      Pasco: 509-547-9737, ext. 221
      Richland: 509-943-2614
  • Hospitals
Sexual Assault

Transportation
Other
  • Benton Franklin Community Action Committee (BFCAC)
    509-545-4065
  • Salvation Army
    509-547-2138
  • Veterans of Foreign Wars
    509-545-4702

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