A list of services and support organizations dedicated to helping individuals and families in Kent, Auburn, Covington and throughout King County.
24 Hour Hotline to Health and Human Services
Dial 211 or 800.621.Info (800.621.4636)
ACAP Child & Family Services
1102 J St SE Auburn, WA 98002-6248
Provides subsidized child care for low-income families, including child care for special needs children; parent education classes are offered throughout South King County.
The Alliance Center
515 W. Harrison Street
Kent, WA 98032
A variety of social service resources under one roof:
AMARA Parenting and Adoption Service
123 16th Ave Seattle, WA 98122
Strengthens and supports parents of children at risk and creates families for children waiting for adoption.
American Diabetes Association, Washington Affiliate Inc.
557 Roy Street, Lower Level Seattle, WA 98109
Free literature, information, advocacy, referrals, support groups/services, education, research funding to prevent and cure diabetes and improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes.
American Red Cross Serving King & Kitsap Counties
PO Box 3097 Seattle, WA 98114
Responds to emergencies; trains people to prevent, prepare for and respond to disasters; enables people to donate time and dollars helping those impacted by emergencies.
ARC of King County
10550 Lake City Way NE Ste A Seattle, WA 98125
Provides services to people with Developmental disabilities & their families, including advocacy, family support, independent living, protective payee and information/referral.
Archdiocesan Housing Authority (AHA)
1902 2nd Ave Seattle, WA 98101
Continuum of housing options for low-income, homeless, refugees and special needs people, providing shelters, day centers, transitional and permanent housing with necessary support and services.
Asian & Pacific Islander Women & Family Safety Center
PO Box 14047 Seattle, WA 98114
Provides culturally relevant services and training for API women, youth and children who have been victimized by domestic and sexual violence and human trafficking.
Asian Counseling and Referral Services
720 8th Ave S Ste 200 Seattle, WA 98104
Multilingual Asian Pacific American services: Food Bank and Nutrition, Behavioral Health/Counseling, Substance Treatment, Vocational, Naturalization Classes, Domestic Violence Education, Information/Referral, Legal Clinic. Serves all ages.
Atlantic Street Center
2103 S Atlantic St Seattle, WA 98144
Helps families raise healthy, successful children by providing counseling, parent education and support, life skills classes, academic support, social skills development, and healthy recreational activities. Serves primarily low-income people of color.
690 NW Juniper Issaquah, WA 98027
Provides individualized vocational training, good jobs, job placements, and community integration for individuals with disabilities through community employment, manufacturing, landscaping, janitorial and recycling services.
Auburn Food Bank
PO Box 464 Auburn, WA 98071
We are a volunteer directed organization providing food, referrals, and emergency assistance to those in need in the Auburn School District.
Auburn Youth Resources
816 "F" St SE Auburn, WA 98002
Serving the people of South King County, we provide individual, couple, and family counseling, residential treatment, street outreach, substance abuse prevention, and case management services.
2720 E Madison St Seattle, WA 98112
Provision of an integrated approach to AIDS care with mental health support, substance abuse treatment, and quality medical care since 1992.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of King and Pierce Counties
1600 S Graham St Seattle, WA 98108
We partner with actively involved community members to match caring adults with children, both of whom benefit from our one-to-one mentoring programs.
Birth to Three Developmental Center
PO Box 24269 Federal Way, WA 98093
A non-profit child development program serving infants and toddlers with developmental delays and their families living in South King and North Pierce Counties.
Black Diamond Community Center
PO Box 480 Black Diamond, WA 98010
Multi-service community-based agency providing social and recreational services to youth, families and seniors in the greater Black Diamond area.
Boy Scouts of America-Chief Seattle Council
3120 Rainier Ave S Seattle, WA 98144
Supports schools and youth-serving organizations in their efforts to prepare youth to successfully handle the challenge of today's society, self-esteem, motivation and self-confidence.
Boyer Children's Clinic
1850 Boyer Ave E Seattle, WA 98112
Multidisciplinary services for children birth to teen with neuromuscular and/or developmental delays. Includes medical, physical, occupational and speech therapy, early childhood education and family services.
Boys & Girls Clubs of King County
603 Stewart St Ste 300 Seattle, WA 98101
Thirty-nine county-wide locations providing education, recreation, childcare and guidance services to more than 19,000 youth ages 6-18. Special focus on self-esteem, values and life skills.
Camp Fire USA Central Puget Sound Council
8511 15th Ave NE Seattle, WA 98115
Camp Fire Boys and Girls builds caring, confident kids and future leaders. Through a variety of programs we provide development assets for healthy youth.
6522 Fremont Ave N Seattle, WA 98103
To provide emotional support, information and community resources to all people living with cancer: patients, their families, friends and co-workers.
220 Blanchard St Seattle, WA 98121
CASA Latina empowers Latino immigrants through education and economic opportunities. Programs include a day laborer center, adult ESL classes, and a women's program.
Catholic Community Services of Western Washington
100 23rd Ave S Seattle, WA 98144
Catholic Community Services provides multi-services to all age groups, infants to seniors, 90% of whom live below poverty level and 55% are people of color.
Catholic Community Services of South King County
1229 W. Smith Street, Kent WA, 98035
Catholic Youth Organization
814 NE 85th St Seattle, WA 98115
Providing opportunities for young people to develop positive self-esteem and increased social competence through summer camping, environmental education and athletic programs.
Center for Career Alternatives
901 Rainier Ave S Seattle, WA 98144
Center for Career Alternatives provides high quality education, employment, job skills training and career development services for a culturally diverse population of disadvantaged youth and adults.
Center for Multi-Cultural Health
105 14th Ave Ste 2C Seattle, WA 98122
CMCH offers community education and health advocacy for individuals with limited English proficiency, and health promotion in the African American Community.
Central Youth And Family Services
1901 Martin Luther King Way S Seattle, WA 98144
Provides culturally sensitive, individual, group, family counseling for physical, sexual, emotional abuse. Alcohol and drug counseling, outreach and prevention services. Parenting support & education classes.
Child Care Resources
841 N Central Ave. #126
Kent, Washington 98032
Helps families find child care, trains providers and educates the public about the importance of quality, affordable childcare.
316 Broadway Ste 305 Seattle, WA 98122
Childhaven provides prevention, intervention and therapeutic treatment to abused/neglected infants and preschoolers through Therapeutic Child Care, Crisis Nursery, and Drug-Affected Infant Programs.
Children's Home Society of Washington
3300 NE 65th St Seattle, WA 98115
Children's Home Society of Washington provides a wide range of family support, prevention and treatment services to children and their families throughout Washington State.
Chinese Information and Service Center
409 Maynard Ave S Ste 203 Seattle, WA 98104
CISC helps immigrant families, elderly, and youth participate and thrive in our Puget Sound community. For over 30 years: touching lives and creating possibilities.
City of Kent Housing and Human Services
400 W. Gowe Street
Kent, WA 98032
Community Day School Association
1414 31st Ave S Ste 101 Seattle, WA 98144
350 children ages 4-12, 60% of whom are low-income, participate in social and academic enrichment programs year round at 6 central locations.
Community Health Centers of King County-HealthPoint
403 E Meeker Ste 300 Kent, WA 98030
CHCKC is a non-profit agency committed to providing culturally accessible, affordable, quality health care services to low-income and medically underserved families and individuals.
Community Information Line
Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Community Resources Online
Community Services for the Blind & Partially Sighted
9709 Third Ave NE Ste 100 Seattle, WA 98115
Provides counseling, instruction in independent travel and home management skills, adaptive aids store, assistive technology center and volunteer services to persons with visual impairments.
Compass Center, The
77 S Washington St Seattle, WA 98104
The Compass Center, a Lutheran Organization, is a multi-service agency providing emergency services - meals, banking, mail, hygiene, shelter/ transitional housing for homeless and low-income individuals.
Consejo Counseling and Referral Services
3808 S Angeline St Seattle, WA 98118
24-Hour Crisis Line
1515 Dexter Ave N Ste 300 Seattle, WA 98109
Provides help to people in emotional crisis, expert assistance accessing community resources, guidance to youth in healthy decision making, and training programs throughout the community.
Domestic Abuse Women's Network (DAWN)
PO Box 88007 Tukwila, WA 98138
Confidential shelter for women and children victims of domestic abuse, 24-hour crisis line, advocacy, support groups, and conducts Outreach Education and Volunteer Trainings.
DSHS Child & Family
(South King County)
1313 W Meeker #102
Kent, Washington 98032
DSHS Child & Family Services
Child Protective Services South King County
1313 W Meeker #102
Kent, Washington 98032
El Centro de la Raza
2524 16th Ave S Seattle, WA 98144
Emergency and permanent housing support, child development, food bank, employment, citizenship, ESL, elder nutrition, home ownership education/counseling, after school academic support, cultural enrichment/building community.
First Place School
PO Box 22536 Seattle, WA 98122
A private nonprofit school and social service agency devoted to helping children and families who are homeless or in transition.
Friends of Youth
16225 NE 87th St Ste. A-6 Redmond, WA 98052
Greater Maple Valley Community Center
22010 SE 248th St Maple Valley, WA 98038
The GMVCC provides a variety of intergenerational programs and services including senior meals and after school programs since 1976 for a 90 sq. mile area.
Hearing, Speech & Deafness Center
1625 19th Ave Seattle, WA 98122
Since 1937, HSDC has provided services to people of all ages with communication issues such as deafness, hearing loss, autism and other communication challenges.
16225 NE 87th St Ste A 1 Redmond, WA 98052
Hopelink promotes self-sufficiency and lasting change by providing food, shelter, transitional housing, financial assistance, childcare, employment services, literacy classes, transportation, healthcare, and family development.
Institute for Family Development
34004 16th Ave S Ste 200 Federal Way, WA 98003
In home family crisis counseling to prevent child abuse, neglect, domestic violence, and unnecessary foster care placement. Keeps children safe and families together.
Jewish Family Services
1601 16th Ave Seattle, WA 98122
A non-profit social service agency providing comprehensive children, family and senior services to the Jewish and general community in the greater Puget Sound region.
Jewish Family Services of Kent
1209 Central Avenue South, Suite 134, Kent, WA 98032
Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle
2031 3rd Ave Seattle, WA 98121
We seek to ensure Jewish survival and enhance the quality of Jewish life locally and worldwide through an integrated planning, fund-raising and allocating process.
Kent Food Bank & Emergency Services
515 West Harrison St Suite 107 Kent, WA 98032
Food and clothing bank serves Kent School District, which includes Fairwood and Covington. We assist with food, clothing and emergency financial assistance for energy.
Kent Senior Center
600 E. Smith Street Kent, WA 98032
King County Sexual Assault Resource Center
200 Mill Avenue 10 Renton, WA 98057
Locations in Auburn, Burien, Federal Way and Renton
Provides Drug and Alcohol counseling to youth and adults. Treatment services range from outpatient to intensive inpatient treatment.
Learning Disabilities Association of Washington
16315 NE 87th St Ste B 4 Redmond, WA 98052
Lifelong Aids Alliance
1002 E Seneca St Seattle, WA 98122
We provide practical support services to people living with HIV/AIDS including case management, housing, nutrition, and meals while educating about HIV/AIDS prevention.
Lutheran Community Services Northwest
433 Minor Ave N Seattle, WA 98109
Community based Family Support Centers foster care for abused children and refugee youth, adoption, Divorce Lifeline, refugee and immigrant services, and individual/family counseling.
Maple Valley Food Bank & Emergency Services
PO BOX 322 Maple Valley, WA 98038
Reduce chances of homelessness by providing food, financial assistance for utilities, rent and basic needs. Serving Maple Valley, Covington, Black Diamond, and Tahoma School District.
Mercer Island Youth and Family
2040 - 84th Avenue SE
Mercer Island, WA 98040
We help individuals, families and the community at large build upon strengths, identify problems and choices and share resources.
1801 12th Ave Ste A Seattle, WA 98122
Improves the quality of life of low-income people with AIDS, MS, and other life-threatening illnesses by providing housing, practical, and emotional support.
Multiple Sclerosis Association of King County
753 N 35th St Ste 208 Seattle, WA 98103
Serving individuals and families with Multiple Sclerosis since 1956. Services include: physical & occupational therapy, case management, educational programs, family support, volunteer services, counseling and rehabilitation.
PO Box 23699 Federal Way, WA 98093
Assistance to families and individuals promoting self-sufficiency. Includes food, clothing, energey assistance, literacy, housing, employment services and long term care advocacy.
NAMI of Greater Seattle
802 NW 70th St Seattle, WA 98117
Addresses unmet needs of persons with mental illness and their families through Public Education, Self-Help and Family Support Groups, Information & Referral, and Advocacy.
PO Box 75125 Seattle, WA 98125
Domestic violence confidential shelter; 24-hour crisis line; transitional apartments; children's services; legal advocacy, counseling, support groups. Professional training, community education and teen dating violence prevention.
PO Box 66958 Seattle, WA 98166
NW Immigrant Rights Project
909 8th Ave Seattle, WA 98104
NWIRP is the State of Washington's principal advocate for immigrant and refugee rights, providing immigration legal services, and advocacy and community education to person of low-income.
NW Network of Bisexual, Transgender & Lesbian Survivors of Abuse
PO Box 20398 Seattle, WA 98102
Operational Emergency Center
11410 Renton Ave S Seattle, WA 98178
OEC serves 38,000 yearly with food and emergency services, clothing, youth, infant and adopt-a-family programs, and multi-lingual assistance. Located in south King County.
Peace for the Streets by Kids from the Streets
1815 Summit Ave Seattle, WA 98122
Peace for the Streets by Kids from the Streets (PSKS) provides support and services to Seattle area homeless youth and young adults. PSKS is a unique organization that uses the talents and experiences of homeless and formerly homeless young people.
10056 SE 240th Street, Suite A, Kent WA 98031
800.230.7526 out of area
Program for Early Parent Support (PEPS)
4649 Sunnyside Ave N Rm 346 Seattle, WA 98103
Provide community based programs that enable parents of infants and young children to meet the challenges of parenting through mutual support and shared information.
3670 Stone Way North Seattle, WA 98103
PROVAIL is Washington State's largest multi-service non-profit provider of therapeutic, vocational, dental care, assistive technology and community living services for people with severe disabilities.
Puget Sound Neighborhood Health Centers
905 Spruce St Ste 300 Seattle, WA 98104
PSNHC is a not-for-profit community based health organization that provides medical and dental care to diverse, low-income individuals and families living in Seattle/King County.
Recovery Centers of King County
464 12th Ave Ste 300 Seattle, WA 98122
Comprehensive community-based services for alcohol and drug problems, including medically supervised detoxification, sobering services, outpatient treatment, A/D education programs, childcare and alcohol/drug free housing.
Refugee Women's Alliance
4008 Martin Luther King Jr. Way S. Seattle, WA 9
We help refugee/immigrant women achieve self-sufficiency by providing ESL, parent/child education, domestic violence victims' advocacy, social services, youth tutoring, employment and mental health services.
Renton Area Youth and Family Services
1025 S 3rd St Ste B Renton, WA 98055
Provides individual, group, family counseling for physical, sexual, emotional abuse. Alcohol and drug counseling. Support groups, parenting education classes and community education programs.
Ruth Dykeman Children's Center
1033 SW 152nd St. Burien, WA 98166
RDCC serves up to 10,000 annually through community-based programs for at-risk youth and families; and residential and home-based treatment for emotionally impaired, and abused young people.
Ryther Child Center Inc
2400 NE 95th St Seattle, WA 98115
Nationally accredited, provides intensive inpatient/outpatient treatment services for children (2-20) with severe behavioral, developmental problems, including abused, emotionally disturbed, and chemically dependent youth.
Seattle Children's Home
2142 10th Ave W Seattle, WA 98119
Seattle Children's Home cares deeply about every child's well being, and provides outreach, education, advocacy and mental health services to ensure their positive futures.
Seattle Counseling Service For Sexual Minorities
1216 Pine Street Ste 300 Seattle, WA 98101
Providing a broad range of culturally competent mental health and social well-being programs to the GLBTQ communities of King County
Seattle Indian Center
611 12th Ave S Ste 300 Seattle, WA 98144
Multi-faceted community service agency, primarily for American Indians/Alaska Natives, providing education, employment and training. Childcare and after school care and community services for all disadvantaged people.
Seattle Indian Health Board
PO Box 3364 Seattle, WA 98114
Seattle Mental Health
1600 E Olive St Seattle, WA 98122
Providing comprehensive mental health services throughout King County since 1967. Professional expertise in counseling, therapeutic, foster care, case management, and psychiatric evaluation for all ages.
Southeast Youth and Family Services
3722 S Hudson St Seattle, WA 98118
Southeast Youth and Family Services is a community based non-profit agency, which provides a wide range of services for youth and families in southeast Seattle.
Southwest Youth and Family Services
4555 Delridge Way SW Seattle, WA 98106
Provides counseling, education and family support services to youth and families in West Seattle, White Center and South Park.
St. James Episcopal Church
24447 94th Street, Kent WA 98030
Providing food and energy assistance
PO Box 55903 Seattle, WA 98155
TeenHope provides shelter, meals, referrals, and case management for teens in a safe and supportive environment. The Peace Table Meditation Program helps families in crisis.
Therapeutic Health Services
1116 Summit Ave Seattle, WA 98101
Therapeutic Health Services provides outpatient drug, alcohol, and mental health counseling and treatment services.
2100 24th Ave S Ste 200 Seattle, WA 98108
Treehouse programs help foster children attend summer camp, take part in extracurricular activities, obtain clothing, receive tutoring and educational advocacy, and go to college.
United Indians of All Tribes Foundation
PO Box 99100 Seattle, WA 98199
We are a multi-service agency that provides educational, social, economic, housing, and cultural services for local Native Americans.
Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle
105 14th Ave Seattle, WA 98122
Through public advocacy, service delivery and community partnerships, the Urban League will empower and assist African-American and people of color in becoming self-sufficient.
USO-Puget Sound Area
SeaTac International Airport Seattle, WA 98158
Our centers are open daily providing a place to rest, information, food and other services, without cost to military personnel and their families.
Valley Cities Counseling and Consultation
2704 I St NE Auburn, WA 98002
Have served over 9,200 individuals and families that have received mental health care. Providing intensive outpatient, day treatment, psychiatric evaluation, case management and chemical dependency.
Washington Women's Employment and Education
3516 S 47th St Ste 205 Tacoma, WA 98104
WWEE helps provide low-income individuals with technical and job preparedness training; employment retention and wage progression counseling; workplace appropriate clothing; emergency services and transitional housing.
2500 NE 54th St Ste 100 Seattle, WA 98105
Youthcare provides a continuum of services to homeless and at risk adolescents. Services include outreach, shelter, food, clothing, school, case-management, and many other services.