Our therapists and early learning specialists are meeting youth and families virtually to slow the spread of COVID-19 and keep our community safe.

If you and your family need support during this difficult time, please contact us. And here are some additional resources to help you get through this difficult time:

United Way of King County — information about many forms of COVID-19 crisis support, including rental and utilities assistance, food, unemployment services, and more.

*Important Rental Assistance Update (4/14/2020): United Way is accepting applications via email at RentHelp@uwkc.org. Here are links to downloadable application forms:

King County’s COVID-19 Daily Updates — information about how to take care of yourself and others, guidance on what to do if you are ill, and public health recommendations in multiple languages.

King County Emergency Child Care for Essential Workers (pdf) — information from Child Care Resources about King County’s committment of $2.2 million to provide child care, free of charge, for essential workers who live or work in the County. Information available in multiple languages.

Seattle Municipal Court’s COVID-19 Resource Guide (pdf) — information about cash and financial assistance, emergency food vouchers, health care, legal assistance and more.

The City of Seattle posts daily updates on programs and services available to residents impacted by the pandemic.

Seattle Public Schools’ COVID-19 Resources — information about student meals, child care, learning resources, school-related FAQs, and more.

One America has compiled a comprehensive list of COVID-19 resources for immigrants, including a COVID-19 Relief Fund for Undocumented Individuals in Washington State.

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