Clothing

St. Thomas Catholic Church – Outreach
  • Who's Eligible
    Residents of Tukwila and north SeaTac.
  • How to Apply
    Visit site during clothing bank hours or call for more information. Wheelchair access is limited; assistance may be required.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
Center for Human Services
  • Who's Eligible
    No restrictions for most services. Clothing exchange serves children ages 0-6. Food bags are limited to Shoreline area residents.
  • How to Apply
    Call or visit site.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King, Snohomish
YMCA of Greater Seattle – Regional Branches
  • Who's Eligible
    No restrictions.
  • How to Apply
    Bring donated items to the drop-in center.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
West Seattle Helpline
  • Who's Eligible
    The Clothesline serves anyone in King County with a Seattle mailing address, whether inside or outside Seattle city limits, as well as people who are homeless in and around Seattle; no verification of address required.
  • How to Apply
    Appointments made by West Seattle Helpline. Call or e-mail to make a 30-minute appointment. Voicemail is available. Volunteers return calls promptly. No drop-in services provided. Required Documents: - Identification - Verification of address; not required for clients who are homeless
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
Treehouse
  • Who's Eligible
    Children, ages birth through 24, who have an open case file with Division of Children and Family Services (DCFS), children in foster care, relative placement, group home, or living in a family under DCFS supervision. Child must be referred by a DCFS caseworker, CASA, or attorney representing youth.
  • How to Apply
    Call for more information and to determine eligibility.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
St. Francis House
  • 169 12th Ave, Seattle, WA, 98122
  • Provides clothing for men, women and children. Also provides small household items and limited furniture for those in need. In-person service only.
  • Who's Eligible
    No restrictions.
  • How to Apply
    Visit in person. First come, first served.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King

Shelters

Snoqualmie Valley Shelter Services
  • Who's Eligible
    Must have a Snoqualmie Valley connection. Accepts individuals and families with minor children. Staff will do a sex offender check, but no background check.
  • How to Apply
    Visit in person.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
SHARE/WHEEL
  • Who's Eligible
    Anyone who is homeless with very small volume of items needing storage. Participants are expected to provide labor in storage facility in exchange for storage space.
  • How to Apply
    Call.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
SHARE/WHEEL
  • Who's Eligible
    Homeless people of all genders, as well as couples and families who are willing to abide by rules and work security shifts on site; women are given first priority. Families defined as any household that includes at least one adult with at least one child ages 17 and younger. Sobriety is required. Cannot serve registered sex offenders; those with other criminal offenses may apply.
  • How to Apply
    Call to check space availability. If space is available, visit in person for screening.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
SHARE/WHEEL
  • Who's Eligible
    Anyone who is homeless or formerly homeless.
  • How to Apply
    Call for meeting locations. CALL SHARE
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
SHARE/WHEEL
  • Who's Eligible
    No restrictions.
  • How to Apply
    Call to find current location and best drop-off time.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
SHARE/WHEEL
  • Who's Eligible
    Homeless people of all genders, as well as couples and families who are willing to abide by rules and work security shifts on site; women are given first priority. Families defined as any household that includes at least one adult with at least one child ages 17 and younger. In some cases a CPS report must be made when families are staying at the encampment, depending on current location of campsite; call for more information. Sobriety is required. Cannot serve registered sex offenders; those with other criminal offenses may apply.
  • How to Apply
    Call to check space availability. If space is available, visit in person for screening.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King

Food Banks

Vashon Youth & Family Services
  • Who's Eligible
    Vashon/Maury Island residents ONLY.
  • How to Apply
    Call. Documents Required: - Proof of address - Proof of income
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
Washington Council of the Blind
  • PO Box 834, Twisp, WA, 98856
  • 8002551147
  • Provides once-in-a-lifetime financial assistance for food, medicine or utilities. Can also help pay veterinarian bills for service dogs. Only for individuals who are blind. Does not help with rent or move-in assistance.
  • Who's Eligible
    Those who are legally blind and residents of Washington state. May require verification by a physician.
  • How to Apply
    Call for inital screening. Caller's information will be given to the crisis committee. Someone from the committee will call back, interview the applicant over the phone and make an eligibility determination. Agency does not give cash; the recipient's bill is paid by the agency to the vendor.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    All of Washington
Hopelink – Shoreline
  • 17837 Aurora Ave N, Shoreline, WA, 98133
  • 2064407300
  • Provides gifts and food FOR FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN who are attending school in the Shoreline School District; program also serves infants and pre-school-aged children who live within school district boundaries;
  • Who's Eligible
    Low-income families with children currently enrolled in Shoreline School District schools who receive free/reduced school lunch. Families with young children not yet attending school, but living within Shoreline School District boundaries.
  • How to Apply
    Pre-register online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/holiday-baskets-food-toys-and-teen-gifts-2017-registration-registration-37747901991 Families with children attending school in the Shoreline School District can register through their school's advocate, counselor or nurse. Families living within Shoreline School District boundaries who have young children that are not yet attending school can register by calling Hopelink-Shoreline during office hours. Families who register will be given an assigned time to arrive at the event, and MUST bring their registration letter with them to participate.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
Salvation Army – Seattle Temple Corps – North Seattle
  • Who's Eligible
    Low-income households with children ages 14 and younger. Residents of ZIP codes: 98028, 98103, 98105, 98107, 98115, 98117, 98125, 98133, 98155, 98177 and 98195.
  • How to Apply
    Call during office hours to register and for specific income eligibility information. Documents Required: - Proof of income - Proof of address - Proof that children being signed up reside in client's household - Birth certificate or passport for all children being signed up (no exceptions) - Adults signing up for assistance must have current state ID or Driver's License or passport (no exceptions)
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King, Snohomish
Salvation Army – Social Services Department – White Center
  • Who's Eligible
    Low-income families who reside in ZIP codes 98106, 98108 (west of the Duwamish), 98116, 98126, 98136, 98146, 98148, 98158, 98166, 98168, 98188 and 98198 (north of 216th)*. Toys are provided for children ages birth through 14; only one household may apply for each child. Families should register ALL children and adults in the household in order to receive a food voucher based on total family size. *North of 216th Street will generally incorporate address numbers beginning lower than 216, as street numbers increase in numerical value going southward in South King County. Landmarks include the large Safeway (just North of 216th St) and Bartells (just south of 216th St). Income Eligibility Guidelines: 2 persons in household: $1,802 monthly or $21,627 yearly 3 persons in household: $2,268 monthly or $27,216 yearly 4 persons in household: $2,734 monthly or $32,805 yearly 5 persons in household: $3,200 monthly or $38,394 yearly 6 persons in household: $3,665 monthly or $43,983 yearly 7 persons in household: $4,132 monthly or $49,586 yearly 8 persons in household: $4,600 monthly or $55,202 yearly For each additional person add $468 monthly or $5,616 yearly
  • How to Apply
    Sign up in person during office hours. Clients should enter through the glass doors marked 'Main Office' facing 16th Ave on the south part of the building. Documents Required: - Photo ID for all adults ages 18 and older in the home or any other documentation that shows household composition(lease, etc). - ID (birth certificates/something showing age of child) for all children in household - Verification of family home address - Verification of family income There will not be any late sign-ups unless the family has had a verifiable hospitalization or has proof they were in a home fire, which may come in the form of an American Red Cross referral.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
Salvation Army – Social Services Department – Seattle
  • 1101 Pike St, Seattle, WA, 98101
  • 2064428361
  • Provides Christmas food voucher and toys for low-income families with children ages 17 and younger in eligible ZIP codes. Pre-register in person during sign-up dates.
  • Who's Eligible
    Low-income families (at or below 135% of the Federal Poverty Level) with children ages 17 and younger in household. Families including those that are homeless living within these zip codes: 98101, 98102, 98104, 98108( excluding South Park-please contact White Center Corps), 98109, 98112, 98118, 98119, 98121, 98122, 98134, 98144, and 98199. For ZIP code 98108, only serves those living east of the Duwamish (Georgetown and Beacon Hill). Does not serve South Park. Income guidelines: Family size Monthly Income Annual Income 2 $1,792 $21,506 3 $2,260 $27,122 4 $2,728 $32,738 5 $3,196 $38,354 6 $3,664 $43,970 7 $4,132 $49,586 8 $4,600 $55,202 Each additional: +$468 +$5,616
  • How to Apply
    Pre-register in person during sign-up hours. A recording with program information is available by calling 206-442-8361. Documents Required: - Proof of address (current rent receipt, current utility or phone bill, rental lease agreement, current medical cards) - Families experiencing homelessness may provide verification from a shelter or other program stating that they are homeless within the area served - Social Security card (if available) - Photo ID for all adults - ID for all members of the household (WA Apple Health [Medicaid] cards, birth certificates, DSHS Award Letter) - Proof of income for head of household (unemployment statement, current month pay stub, benefit letter, etc.) - Proof of income for all individuals over age 18 residing in the household (if an adult in the household does not have income, clients must provide an award letter from DSHS showing that they are not receiving income)
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King

Housing

King County Housing Authority
  • Who's Eligible
    Head of household must be over the age of 18 AND Households must contain at least one member who - Has a disability OR - Is 62 years or older OR - Is under 18 years of age AND Household's annual gross income (income received before any taxes and/or withholdings are taken out) must be at or below 80% Area Median Income AND Household must meet at least one of the following program preferences: - Lack a regular nighttime residence, which includes anyone living outside, living in a temporary shelter, living in a car or RV, and/or living with family or friends in an overcrowded situation OR - Pay 50% or more of household income towards rent and basic utilities (basic utilities are electricity, gas, water, sewer, and trash) OR - Need to move due to domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, sexual assault, and/or sex trafficking OR - Need to move due to unit inaccessibility, natural disaster, government intervention and/or hate crime OR - Currently live in a dilapidated or unsafe unit (i.e., a unit lacking proper plumbing or heating) OR - Make less than 30% of Area Median Income AND Generally, the household cannot currently be living in government-subsidized housing.
  • How to Apply
    Vouchers are distributed through a lottery based system whenever the waitlist runs low. Applications will be available online only. Applicants can call if they are having problems with the application. Assistance will be available for those needing access. KCHA will hold a random lottery drawing to select 3,500 households from the applications received during the waitlist opening. KCHA will add these names to the waiting list in the order selected. Applicants will receive a letter from us stating whether or not you were selected for the new waiting list. Notification will be sent by email if given, or by U.S. postal mail if no email address is given, no later than May 31. Updates on the selection process will be available on the website. Applicants should contact KCHA if they do not receive a letter by May 31.
  • Fee
    30-40% of adjusted household income for rent. Annual income, number of minors and certain household expenses are considered in determining adjusted income.
  • Area Served
    King
Seattle Housing Authority
  • Who's Eligible
    At the time an applicant is called off the waitlist the total household income must be at or below 50% of Area Median Income. Preference will be given to households that are at or below 30% of Area Median Income. Successful applicants must use the voucher within Seattle city limits for one year, after which time they can relocate. Applicants must be 18 years or older, or an emancipated minor. Cannot serve households who owe money to SHA or another housing authority, until the debt is repaid in full. Cannot serve households if any member was terminated from the Housing Choice Voucher (Section 8) program for violating any specified program tenant obligation in the past five years. Cannot provide vouchers to applicants with certain criminal offenses, including any sex offenses requiring sex offender registration. Eligibility for a Housing Choice Voucher (Section 8) does not guarantee eligibility for any rental unit; landlords perform their own additional screenings.
  • How to Apply
    The waitlist typically opens every 2-3 years. From the pool of registrants, 3,500 households are randomly selected to be placed on the waitlist. Letters will be mailed notifying all registered households whether or not they received a place on the new waitlist. Those who have not received a letter are advised to call.
  • Fee
    No fees for application. Clients pay 30-40% of adjusted income for monthly rent, with minimum of about $50 per month required.
  • Area Served
    King
Renton Housing Authority
  • Who's Eligible
    Households with incomes at or below 50% of Area Median Income.
  • How to Apply
    Waitlist is closed as of June 5, 2012.
  • Fee
    Clients pay minimum of 30% (maximum of 40%) of adjusted gross monthly income for rent; the Housing Authority pays its portion directly to the landlord.
  • Area Served
    King
Housing Search Northwest
  • 7043348722
  • Provides searchable, real-time listings of available low- and market-rate housing, including senior housing options. Also provides helpful tools such as a rent checklist, affordability calculator, and links to other helpful resources.
  • Who's Eligible
    No restrictions.
  • How to Apply
    Visit website or call. On the website: How to find the advanced search options. - On the main page - If you click on Find a Place to Rent - this is in multiple places. - A list of counties in Washington State will come up in alphabetical order. - If you scroll down and click on Search ALL in King - a Basic search box will come up. - If you want to find Advanced Search - that would be behind Basic on a tab system. When using advanced search - 2 options that many like to use - Under Optional Filters - Exclude Senior Housing Options - Under Other Search Options - Exclude Properties on Wait List
  • Fee
    No fees to use website or call. Housing related fees (application, deposit) are notated on each individual listing. Does not offer any type of financial assistance.
  • Area Served
    All of Washington

Vouchers

Pierce County – Family Renewal Shelter
  • Administrative Office, Tacoma, WA, 98408
  • 2534759010
  • Provides emergency motel stay and referrals for men and their children who are fleeing domestic violence. Men may be referred to other agencies for support groups, further counseling and other additional services.
  • Who's Eligible
    Men who are fleeing from domestic violence. Focuses on Pierce, King, Thurston and Kitsap counties, but will accept anyone in high-risk danger.
  • How to Apply
    Call for information.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King, Kitsap, Pierce, Thurston
Salvation Army – Social Services Department – Kent
  • 1209 Central Ave S, Kent, WA, 98032
  • 2538524983
  • Provides short-term motel vouchers to victims of domestic violence with children who are fleeing a DV situation and are working with a court appointed advocate; serves Kent, Covington, Auburn, Algona and Pacific residents only.
  • Who's Eligible
    Domestic violence victims with their children who are fleeing a DV situation from cities of Kent, Covington, Auburn, Algona, or Pacific.
  • How to Apply
    Advocate from court must call on the client's behalf during hours of operation; does not accept calls directly from DV clients. Documents Required: - Verification of need
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
Vashon Youth & Family Services
  • Who's Eligible
    Vashon/Maury Island residents ONLY.
  • How to Apply
    Call. Documents Required: - Proof of address - Proof of income
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
Washington Council of the Blind
  • PO Box 834, Twisp, WA, 98856
  • 8002551147
  • Provides once-in-a-lifetime financial assistance for food, medicine or utilities. Can also help pay veterinarian bills for service dogs. Only for individuals who are blind. Does not help with rent or move-in assistance.
  • Who's Eligible
    Those who are legally blind and residents of Washington state. May require verification by a physician.
  • How to Apply
    Call for inital screening. Caller's information will be given to the crisis committee. Someone from the committee will call back, interview the applicant over the phone and make an eligibility determination. Agency does not give cash; the recipient's bill is paid by the agency to the vendor.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    All of Washington
Hopelink – Shoreline
  • 17837 Aurora Ave N, Shoreline, WA, 98133
  • 2064407300
  • Provides gifts and food FOR FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN who are attending school in the Shoreline School District; program also serves infants and pre-school-aged children who live within school district boundaries;
  • Who's Eligible
    Low-income families with children currently enrolled in Shoreline School District schools who receive free/reduced school lunch. Families with young children not yet attending school, but living within Shoreline School District boundaries.
  • How to Apply
    Pre-register online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/holiday-baskets-food-toys-and-teen-gifts-2017-registration-registration-37747901991 Families with children attending school in the Shoreline School District can register through their school's advocate, counselor or nurse. Families living within Shoreline School District boundaries who have young children that are not yet attending school can register by calling Hopelink-Shoreline during office hours. Families who register will be given an assigned time to arrive at the event, and MUST bring their registration letter with them to participate.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
Salvation Army – Social Services Department – White Center
  • Who's Eligible
    Low-income families who reside in ZIP codes 98106, 98108 (west of the Duwamish), 98116, 98126, 98136, 98146, 98148, 98158, 98166, 98168, 98188 and 98198 (north of 216th)*. Toys are provided for children ages birth through 14; only one household may apply for each child. Families should register ALL children and adults in the household in order to receive a food voucher based on total family size. *North of 216th Street will generally incorporate address numbers beginning lower than 216, as street numbers increase in numerical value going southward in South King County. Landmarks include the large Safeway (just North of 216th St) and Bartells (just south of 216th St). Income Eligibility Guidelines: 2 persons in household: $1,802 monthly or $21,627 yearly 3 persons in household: $2,268 monthly or $27,216 yearly 4 persons in household: $2,734 monthly or $32,805 yearly 5 persons in household: $3,200 monthly or $38,394 yearly 6 persons in household: $3,665 monthly or $43,983 yearly 7 persons in household: $4,132 monthly or $49,586 yearly 8 persons in household: $4,600 monthly or $55,202 yearly For each additional person add $468 monthly or $5,616 yearly
  • How to Apply
    Sign up in person during office hours. Clients should enter through the glass doors marked 'Main Office' facing 16th Ave on the south part of the building. Documents Required: - Photo ID for all adults ages 18 and older in the home or any other documentation that shows household composition(lease, etc). - ID (birth certificates/something showing age of child) for all children in household - Verification of family home address - Verification of family income There will not be any late sign-ups unless the family has had a verifiable hospitalization or has proof they were in a home fire, which may come in the form of an American Red Cross referral.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King

Eviction Srv

King County Department of Permitting and Environmental Review
  • Who's Eligible
    Residents of unincorporated King County.
  • How to Apply
    Call, write, or use the online complaint form to register a complaint.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
Legal Counsel for Youth and Children
  • Who's Eligible
    Youth ages 12-24 who are, or are at risk of homelessness.
  • How to Apply
    Visit in person during intake hours. Youth may also self-refer or an adult may refer the youth by completing the online referral form. Referral forms may be completed in Spanish. Visiting in person or filling out the form is the quickest way to receive service. Prospective clients may call and leave a voicemail. Once intake is complete, makes arrangements where to meet with the youth.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
Center for Children & Youth Justice
  • 2709 3rd Ave, Seattle, WA, 98121
  • 2066967503
  • Provides information, advice, referrals and possibly representation for issues concerning housing, public benefits, employment, family law, debt/credit, identity theft, driver's license restoration and records sealing for youth ages 17-25.
  • Who's Eligible
    Youth and young adults, ages 17-25, who are seeking assistance with civil legal issues. Those with a foster, group or kinship care background may be represented by an attorney; others are referred to appropriate alternate resources. No geographic restrictions. However services in person only.
  • How to Apply
    Visit in person during clinic hours. No appointments are scheduled.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
King County Bar Association Neighborhood Legal Clinics
  • Who's Eligible
    No income restrictions. Serves King County residents or those who have a case filed in King County. Can potentially serve out-of-state clients by phone when the client has no alternative.
  • How to Apply
    Clients must call for an appointment. Telephone consultations may be available for clients with disabilities. Bring any pertinent documents to the appointment. Have in mind several questions to ask the attorney. Serves King County residents or those who have a case filed in King County. Can potentially serve out-of-state clients by phone when the client has no alternative. Online form for clients who cannot call during the above hours: goo.gl/forms/v5CFvdlpJSSgpf4x2
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
Center for Children & Youth Justice
  • 2100 24th Ave S, Seattle, WA, 98144
  • 2066967503
  • Provides information, advice, referrals and possibly representation for issues concerning housing, public benefits, employment, family law, debt/credit, identity theft, driver's license restoration and records sealing for youth ages 17-25.
  • Who's Eligible
    Youth and young adults, ages 17-25, who are seeking assistance with civil legal issues. Those with a foster, group or kinship care background may be represented by an attorney; others are referred to appropriate alternate resources. No geographic restrictions. However services in person only.
  • How to Apply
    Visit in person during clinic hours. No appointments are scheduled.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections
  • 700 5th Ave, Seattle, WA, 98104
  • 2066150808
  • Responds to complaints of sub-standard housing, dangerous/vacant buildings, zoning violations on private property, landlord/property manager actions and vegetation overgrowth.
  • Who's Eligible
    Residents of the city of Seattle.
  • How to Apply
    File a report about a potential code violation via telephone, Internet, mail or by visiting the office. Provide the exact address of the property where you believe a violation exists or the address of an adjacent property. Call the SDCI Violation Complaint Line later to ask the name and telephone number of the inspector assigned to investigate your report or check the complaint status online. Inspectors are usually assigned to a complaint within 7-10 days of the initial call. For information on violations, visit website.
  • Fee
    No fees for complaint procedures.
  • Area Served
    King

Day Center

Snoqualmie Valley Shelter Services
  • Who's Eligible
    No restrictions.
  • How to Apply
    Visit in person.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
Mary’s Place
  • Who's Eligible
    Families with children under age 18 who are experiencing homelessness and sleeping somewhere not meant for human habitation including in a vehicle, in a tent or outside. Focuses on families who are not staying at a shelter. Families should have children in their custody or be in the process of reunification. Pets are allowed.
  • How to Apply
    Visit in person.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
Bridge Care Center
  • 5710 22nd Ave NW, Bldg B, Seattle, WA, 98107
  • 2067890220
  • Operates a drop-in center for men, women, youth and families experiencing homelessness, displacement, or financial hardship. Provides a clothing bank, a computer center, telephone, a community room and case management services.
  • Who's Eligible
    No restrictions.
  • How to Apply
    Visit in person.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
LIHI – Low Income Housing Institute – Urban Rest Stop
  • 2014 NW 57th St, Seattle, WA, 98107
  • 2062583626
  • Provides restrooms, showers and laundry facilities. Serves men, women, families, youth and children; prioritizes those who are homeless. No smoking, intoxication or drug use allowed.
  • Who's Eligible
    Serves youth and adults of all genders. Prioritizes serving those who are homeless. No smoking, alcohol, intoxication or drug use allowed. No pets allowed, with the exception of personal assistance animals. Patrons must behave in respectful manner with each other and with staff.
  • How to Apply
    LAUNDRY: - Visit in person during open hours to schedule a first-come first-served appointment for laundry. - Calling to set an appointment is accepted, but clients applying in person will have priority. - Early sign-up is recommended, as people line up prior to 6:30am to sign up and laundry list is usually filled up early in the day. - Last laundry appointment: M-F, noon. SHOWERS & RESTROOMS: - Visit site to access restrooms and to schedule a same-day appointment for showers. - Showers are limited to 15 minutes each; clients with physical disabilities are limited to 20 minutes. - Last shower: M-F, 1:30pm. Documents Required: Upon first visit, all clients are asked to complete an optional short demographic form, disclosing: - Name - Date of birth - Where they slept last night - Where they will go after leaving the center - Family status and, if applicable, ages of their children Return visits require a name and birthdate only.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
Elizabeth Gregory Home
  • Who's Eligible
    Women ages 18 and older who are homeless or very low-income. Anyone who identifies as female is welcome. Cannot accept children. Companion and service animals are permitted. No documentation is required, but animals must be well-behaved.
  • How to Apply
    Visit in person. For case management in a language other than English, call first to request interpreter services. No ID required.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
Lambert House
  • 1818 15th Ave, Seattle, WA, 98122
  • 2063222515
  • Provides clothing, toiletries, hygiene supplies, an evening dinner and HIV/STI prevention education. Offers case management and referrals to housing resources and medical and drug/alcohol treatment. Serves LGBTQ youth ages 11-22.
  • Who's Eligible
    All LGBTQ youth ages 11-22.
  • How to Apply
    Visit in person. Case management services offered on Wednesday; no appointment required.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King