Community Support

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ANEW Employment placement and retention service for women in manufacturing and construction trades.
Assistance League of the Eastside's Operation School Bell Students from families experiencing financial hardship are taken shopping for new clothes, shoes and coats.
Athletes for Kids One-on-one mentoring between a children with special needs in 1st - 9th grade with high school athlete to learn from one another and positively impact each other's lives.
AtWork!  Educating community businesses on the benefits and abilities of hiring people with disabilities as employees.
Chinese Information and Service Center Helps Chinese and other Asian immigrants integrate into their new community.
Crisis Center's Teen Link Confidential and anonymous help line answered by teens for teens.
Crisis Clinic's 24-Hour Information Line The 24-Hour Crisis Line provides a free and confidential intervention and support service to anyone in emotional crisis or needing help in King County.
Easter Seals Nursing and occupational therapies for persons needing active medical management of acute and chronic conditions, as well as respite care and training support for family caregivers.
Eastside Baby Corner Providing basic goods for children age 12 and under who are living at or below the poverty level.
Providing volunteer-based services for vulnerable seniors living in east King County who are facing the challenges of aging.
Public and Private Human Service partnerships in King County
Provides legal services through advice clinics where clients receive consultations with a volunteer attorney.
Emergency aid is provided for eviction prevention, move-in assistance, motel vouchers, utilities help, transportation assistance, medical prescriptions and other basic needs.
India Association of Western Washington
Facilitates cultural, social and educational services for cultural integration.
Provides emergency financial assistance to people in need who reside in the Issaquah School District.
Provides supportive listening, targeted resource referrals and outreach to vulnerable populations.
Provides housing, recreation, educational programs and parental training to families raising children with developmental disabilities.
Provides survivor driven, trauma informed services to survivors of domestic violence.
Providing assistance with food and shelter, free health clinic, refugee assimilation, elder services and Islamic funeral services.
Financially provides help towards rent in order to avoid eviction, utilities, food, clothing and gasoline for job transportation.
Free emergency treatment consultations about poison exposures, which may include medications, drugs, chemicals, plants and other toxins.
Providing direct financial scholarships to qualifying local families for their children to attend YMCA summer day camp programs.
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