in response to the coronavirus
We are living in a time like never before. We know it's just a wave and it will pass, but if you've been affected by the virus, we have another certainty:
You are not alone!
We've collected some links to institutions in greater Seattle that can help with food, health care, and housing. for documented and undocumented residents.
If you need help with translations, email your phone number and what form you need help to firstname.lastname@example.org .
If you are in need of emotional and spiritual support , call and leave a message at tel 425-887-3549, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Funds for rent and other expenses
If you are a domestic worker (eg housekeeper, cook, nanny, or house cleaner), you can receive financial assistance by becoming a member of the National Domestic Workers Alliance on this form (US$15 monthly). know more
DSHS has expanded the Disaster Cash Assistance Program to low-income COVID-19-affected families who are not eligible for other financial assistance programs. This benefit can only be used once a year. Apply for this form or call 877-501-2233 (interpreters available).
Scholarship Junkies started a fundraising campaign to help undocumented immigrants. Fund application form
The Emergency Assistance program helps with basic needs, including rental assistance. Call 425-213-1963 (extension 2) from 2 pm to 4 pm on Wednesdays. know more
Jubilee REACH Center in Bellevue provides financial support for families to pay bills and other basic needs ($150 to $300) per family during this period. know more
Hopelink lists several support services in the region. See website
If you need to know more about housing assistance programs, click on this link and enter your email address .
Enter your email here to be notified of other possible campaigns (subscribing the email does not guarantee you will get help).
comcast is offering the Internet Essentials package free to low-income families for 60 days.
Puget Sound Energy (PSE) promised not to disconnect its customers, it will waive late fees, and set up payment plans for unpaid bills.
Tenant Legal Help
The Eastside Legal Assistance Program offers free legal assistance to Eastside low-income families (General Practices and family, immigration, debt/bankruptcy protection)
Webinar on Tenant Protection Laws in Spanish and English
www.elap.org | 425-747-7274 | email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Housing Justice project provides legal aid to low-income tenants in King County.
https://www.kcba.org | 253-234-4204 | email@example.com
This link offers a list of tenant law firms in various regions of Washington State.
COVID-19 Mutual Aid
Provides distribution services for food, medicine, and emergency funds to people in quarantine.
Form for King County Eastside and South
Form for Seattle
English | Spanish | Amharic | Tigrinya | Vietnamese
Schools are offering meals to children and teenagers.
Click to see a list of schools by region
Maltby Food Bank
To subscribe to this food bank in Snohomish, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org , or call 360-668-7900 (English) and give your address, phone, and family size. site
other food banks
This map points out a list of food banks (places that offer food baskets) in greater Seattle.
This page lists Northwest Harvest food banks.
SODO Community Market offers basic baskets.
Address: 915 4th Ave S, Seattle
Time: Mondays from 1:30 am to 7:30 pm, Wednesdays and Fridays from 8 am to 2 pm
Note: The place does not have parking.
Click on this link to receive virtual assistance for people with mild symptoms of COVID-19.
Free care clinics
Healthcare Access includes a list of clinics with free care to low-income Washington State residents.