Community & District Resources
(thank you to JAMS for help in compiling this list)
Got more to add to this list? Email the PTA.
Family Works Services: To help with meeting basic needs; open W 12:45-3pm at Nathan Hale. Located on the south side of the building, by the food distribution site. Somali and Spanish translators available. After hours please contact 206-694-6727. Family Works helps with:
- Applying for King County Eviction Prevention and Rental Assistance lottery program
- Basic Food application assistance
- Free Diaper Program
- Referrals to WIC, Health Insurance and Mental Health Resources
- And more!
Eckstein Pantry: The pantry offers school supplies, basic hygiene and cleaning supplies, masks, and more. We will also collect feedback from our community to make sure we are stocking what is most needed. The pantry is located on the west side of the portables in the main parking lot outside. Look for the sandwich board. The pantry will be open every Friday from 11:15-1:15.
Free online tutoring with Seattle Public Library
- SPS Food Sites: Open next week while school is closed M-W, 11:15-1:15
- Food Lifeline: 206-545-6600. North Seattle College, 9600 College Way N., Seattle 98103 (enter on NE 95th St. ). Pickup time and location may change weekly.
- North Helpline: 12736 33rd Ave. NE, Seattle, 98124. Food box pickup: W 10-1, Th 4:30-6:30, Sa 10-1. For Delivery, leave a message at 206-367-3477.
- U District Food Bank: 5017 Roosevelt Way NE, SEattle 98105. Food box pick up: M 9-3, T 11-8, Th 11-8, F 9-4, Sa 9-12. For delivery, leave a message at 206-523-7060
- United Way Food Bank: To request a food box, fill out this online form or call 833-540-0800 M-F 11-4.
Baby Care Products:
- EBC Northshore: 6524 NE 181st St, Site 6, Kenmore 98028. 425-209-1136.
- District Technology Resource Centers: Closed Th-F, 11/26-11/27
- Comcast offerings during COVID
Comcast Essentials Application or call 1-855- 846-8376 (English) /1-855-765-6995 (Spanish)
- Local service providers
- FCC Lifeline
- Lifeline Assistance (1-800-234-9473)
- No-cost Metro, Sound Transit passes available for people with very low incomes– To sign up, reach the Department of Social and Health Services at 877-501-2233 or Public Health – Seattle & King County at 800-756-5437.
- St. Vincent de Paul: Financial assistance, food, vouchers for clothing & household items
- Transform Burien: Meals/food, clothing, laundry, showers, medical/dental
- United Way Rental Support
- El Centro de la Raza
- Catholic Community Services
- Foundation for Working Families
Local Organizations and Community Groups:
- Seattle LGBTQ Youth Resource Guide
- American Civil Liberties Union Washington
- Campaign Zero
- American Friends Service Committee: develops youth leadership for social change
- Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR)
- Youth Undoing Institutional Racism
- Washington Community Action Network
- National Organization for Women Seattle
- OneAmerica: immigrant and refugee advocacy
- Ingersoll Gender Center: by and for transgender and gender nonconforming communities
- GLSEN: championing LGBTQ issues in K-12 education
- Gay City: LGBTQ center
- Equal Rights Washington
- Washington State Commission on African American Affairs
- Solid Ground