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  • Community Information Line: 206-461-3200; TDD: 206-461-3610

    A comprehensive information and referral service for health and human services in King County.  It also offers specialized assistance for people with disabilities and caregivers.  The database of community services is available on the web at Community Resources Online (211).

  • Crisis Clinic: 206-461-3222; TTY/TDD: 206-461-3219

    24-hour crisis counseling, problem solving and referral to community resources.

  • Community Service Offices

    Contact for AFDC, medical assistance, drug and alcohol treatment, limited emergency assistance, JOBS program, food stamps, general assistance and Medicaid. Many locations; serve by zip code. See phone book under Washington State Government listing of Community Service Offices for address and phone number of nearest office.

  • Church of Mary Magdalene: 206-621-8474

    424 Columbia Street, Seattle, WA 98104
    Advocacy for homeless women.

  • Family & Adult Service Center: 206-357-3125

    77 S Washington St., Seattle, WA 98104
    Basic needs, food, clothing, referrals. Drop-in center; ex-offender assistance.

  • New Connections: 206-625-1499

    700 "B" South Dearborn, Seattle, WA 9813
    4Resource center for people recently out of detention.

  • Refugee Women's Alliance: 206-721-0243

    Bilingual, bicultural advocacy and educational services for refugee and immigrant women and their families.

  • Seattle Indian Center: 206-329-8700

    611 12th Ave. South, Seattle, WA 98144
    Vocational training, job search and placement support. Emergency services, food bank, meals. Latchkey, childcare, adoption services. Proof of tribal membership required.