February 12, 2021|
Anti-Racism, Community Support, Mental Health, News|
Like so many people in Seattle and all over the world, Faye Baker took to the streets to protest racial...
Read More → Black Lives Matter mugs support Southeast Youth & Family Services
December 1, 2020|
Community Support, Early Learning, Fundraising, Mental Health|
This GivingTuesday, your gifts to Southeast Youth & Family Services will help us meet new and evolving...
Read More → Support youth & families in need this GivingTuesday
September 16, 2020|
Advocacy, Anti-Racism, Mental Health|
As a Black-led organization with deep roots in Southeast Seattle, we acknowledge that systemic racism has...
Read More → It’s everybody vs. racism
June 8, 2020|
Advocacy, Anti-Racism, Leadership, Mental Health|
Southeast Youth and Family Services Executive Director Anthony Austin's statement of solidarity with protests...
Read More → Show up, stand up for Black lives, and keep breathing
May 15, 2020|
Early Learning, Fundraising, Mental Health|
We are so grateful for the tremendous support our community showed us during GiveBIG this year. We...
Read More → BIG thanks for GiveBIG
April 10, 2020|
Our mental health is important now more than ever, as many people contend with heightened levels of stress...
Read More → Now offering ‘Supportive Conversations’
April 2, 2020|
Grants, Mental Health|
When the COVID-19 pandemic forced us to close our offices, we made a smooth and quick transition to serving...
Read More → Our quick transition to virtual counseling
March 30, 2020|
Early Learning, Grants, Mental Health|
We are incredibly grateful for more than $35,000 Southeast Youth & Family Services has received from the...
Read More → Thank you, Seattle Foundation!
March 1, 2020|
Early Learning, Mental Health|
ACEs stands for “Adverse Childhood Experiences” and includes experiences like abuse, neglect, and...
Read More → What are ACEs? And why you should know
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