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St. Vincent de Paul of Seattle King County

Financial Assistance

Through local neighborhood chapters, provides financial assistance for needs such as rent, bus passes, utility bills and other needs. Many chapters have very limited or no financial assistance available.


Website: http:/ / www. svdpseattle. org

Last Update: 3/24/2016

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(206) 767-6449
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Help Line: M-F, 8am-3pm.

Aberdeen School District #5

Homeless Liaison

Provides homeless families and students, including unaccompanied youth, services to help youth stay in school.

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(360) 538-2253
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M-F, 8am-5pm

Adams County Integrated Health Care Services

HEN - Housing and Essential Needs

Provides HEN eligible clients with basic assistance including toiletries, toothpaste, shampoo, laundry/dish soap, and bus passes. Financial assistance may include rent, utilities, and move-in assistance if funding is available.

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(509) 488-4074
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M-F, 8am-noon 1-5pm

American Parkinson's Disease Association - Washington Chapter

APDA Ride Repay

Provides individuals with Parkinson's disease or their caregivers $300 worth of transportation assistance for one year. Must complete enrollment form signed by physician.

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(206) 695-2905
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M-F, 9am-5pm.

Anacortes School District

Homeless Liaison

May be able to provide homeless families and students, including unaccompanied youth, multiple school related services.


Website: http:/ / www. asd103. org/

Last Update: 9/4/2015

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(360) 293-1216
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M-F, 7:30am-4:30pm

Arlington School District

Homeless Liaison

May be able to provide homeless families and students, including unaccompanied youth, multiple school related services.


Website: http:/ / www. asd. wednet. edu

Last Update: 9/4/2015

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(360) 618-6214
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M-F, 7:30am-4:30pm

Bainbridge Island Helpline House

Kitsap County Veterans Assistance Fund

Assists in need veterans and their families by providing financial cash grants. Grants are to be used for needs such as: food, rent, utilities, transportation, medical expenses, burial/cremation, home/appliance/auto repairs, and clothing.

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(206) 842-7621
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M-F, 9am-5pm

Bellingham School District

Homeless Liaison

May be able to provide homeless families and students, including unaccompanied youth, multiple school related services.


Website: http:/ / bellinghamschools. org/

Last Update: 9/4/2015

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(360) 676-6470 Ext: 5851
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M-F, 8am-5pm

Black Diamond Community Center

Emergency Services

UTILITY JAN-MAY ONLY; Assists with gas and electric; rent & move-in; food, pet food, and clothing for infants to adults, including work clothing. May also have blankets, kitchenware, appliances, and motel & gas vouchers.


Website: http:/ / www. blackdiamondcommcenter. org/

Last Update: 5/2/2016

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(360) 886-1011
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M-Th, 9am-4pm.

Blaine School District Family Service Center

Homeless Liaison

May be able to provide homeless families and students, including unaccompanied youth, multiple school related services.


Website: http:/ / www. blainesd. org/ fsc/ index. htm

Last Update: 1/29/2016

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(360) 332-0741
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M-F, 8am-4:30pm

Blue Mountain Action Council

HEN - Housing and Essential Needs

HEN provides eligible clients with basic assistance including toiletries, toothpaste, shampoo, laundry/dish soap, and bus passes. Financial assistance may include rent, utilities, and move-in assistance when available.


Website: http:/ / www. bmacww. org

Last Update: 2/8/2016

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(509) 529-4980
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M-Th, 8:30am-4pm

Burlington School District

Homeless Liaison

May be able to provide homeless families and students, including unaccompanied youth, multiple school related services.


Website: http:/ / www. be. wednet. edu/

Last Update: 9/4/2015

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(360) 757-3311
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M-F, 8am-4:30pm

Cancer Lifeline

Financial Assistance

Offers financial assistance to cancer patients who are within a three-month window of treatment. Includes help with rent, food and medical supplies. Cannot help urgent needs. One-time help only.

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(206) 832-1282
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M-F, 8:30am-5pm.

CAST

Meal Program

Provides coffee and sandwiches to those in need


Last Update: 7/21/2015

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Walk in only M-Th, 6-7pm

Catholic Community Services - Kitsap

HEN - Housing and Essential Needs

Provides recipients of DSHS MCS assistance with toiletries, toothpaste, shampoo, laundry/dish soap, and bus passes. Financial assistance may include rent, utilities, and move-in assistance if funding is available.


Website: http:/ / www. ccsww. org

Last Update: 4/5/2016

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(360) 373-0638
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M-Th, 9am-3pm

Catholic Community Services - Solanus Casey Center

Drop in Services

Offers drop-in hospitality, advocacy, local telephone use, resource information & limited WA ID card and birth certificate assistance to low-income clients in transition. Limited funding for prescriptions, transportation and medical costs.

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(206) 223-0907
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Drop-in only, M-Th, 1-4pm.

Chelan Douglas Community Action Council

HEN - Housing and Essential Needs

Provides HEN eligible clients with basic assistance including toiletries, toothpaste, shampoo, laundry/dish soap, and bus passes. Financial assistance may include rent, utilities, and move-in assistance if funding is available.


Website: http:/ / www. cdcac. org/

Last Update: 2/5/2016

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(509) 662-6156
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M-Th, 8am-noon, 1-5pm; F, 8am-noon, 1-4pm

Cheney Outreach Center

Cheney Outreach Services

Provides basic emergency assistance for low-income individuals and families in addition to information and referral for the community. ONLY serves Cheney school district excluding Airway Heights.


Last Update: 1/25/2016

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(509) 235-8900
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T-W, 9am-11:30am

Chief Seattle Club

Drop-In Services

Provides drop-in support services for American Indians and Alaska Natives, including clothing, nursing, bus tickets, CD assessment & referral, and DSHS/BIA benefits assistance; offers drop-in arts, crafts and leisure activities. No kids.


Website: http:/ / chiefseattleclub. org

Last Update: 12/30/2015

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(206) 292-6214
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Office: M-F, 8:30am-4:30pm. Drop-In Center: M-F, 7am-2pm.

Christ Episcopal Church Puyallup

Outreach

Provides single use local bus tickets and a medical equipment loan program to residents in Downtown Puyallup. Those experiencing homelessness may receive single use local bus tickets, a hot meal on Wednesday and other services.


Website: http:/ / www. episcopallup. com

Last Update: 2/22/2016

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(253) 848-2323
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M-Th, 9am-2pm Hot Meal: W, 11:30am-1pm

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