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    Resources for Summer 2020
    Posted on 06/11/2020

    Call 2-1-1 for support finding local resources and organizations that will suit your needs
    If you are interested in summer school programs:
    • Summer Skills Center:
    • SPS Summer of Learning:
    • Coyote North:

    If you need food:
    • SPS Food Sites: Olympic Hills Elementary & Nathan Hale High School Mon- Fri 11-1pm
    • Food Lifeline: North Seattle College SOUTH LOT 401 NE Northgate Way, Seattle 98103
    o Pick up food boxes: Tuesdays from 11-3pm (pickup location & time may change weekly) (206) 545-6600
    • North HelpLine Food Bank: 12736 33rd Ave. NE, Seattle 98125
    o Pickup food boxes: Wed 10-1pm/Thurs 4:30-6:30pm/Sat 10-1pm.
    o For delivery, leave a message at (206) 367-3477
    • U District Food Bank: 5017 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105
    o Pickup food boxes: Mon 9-3pm/Tues 11-8pm/Thurs 11-8pm/Fri 9-4pm/Sat 9-12pm
    o 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 Toll-Free at 833-540-0800, Mondays to Fridays from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

    If you need internet:
    • Comcast offerings during COVID:
    • Local service providers:
    • FCC LifeLine low-income option:

    If you are interested in mental health services:
    • Sound Mental Health:
    • Consejo Counseling Services:
    • ACRS (Asian Counseling Referral Services):
    • You Grow Girl:
    • Cowlitz Mental Health:
    • Teen LINK: 1-866-833-6546

    If you need financial assistance/furniture/clothing:
    • Clothing/Household Items offered at St. Vincent de Paul of Seattle King County:
    • Community Clothing Closet offered at Transform Burien Outreach Center:
    • United Way Rental Support:
    • El Centro de La Raza Resources:
    • Catholic Community Services:

    • If you need rental help, there is an eviction moratorium until the end of October


    Mental Health and Wellness Resources for extra support:
    • Article with information and resources about mental wellness for POC:
    • Liberate Meditation app: meditation resources by and for the BIPOC community
    o Article about the app:
    • Local Seattle-area resources (scroll to “Local Community Resources”):
    • The Racial Healing Handbook:
    • Article on Coping with Racism:
    • Article on Compassion Fatigue:
    Local Organizations and Community Groups:
    • Seattle LGBTQ Resource Guide:
    • American Civil Liberties Union:
    • Campaign Zero - organization focused on ending police brutality:
    • 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:
    • One America with justice for all:
    • Ingersoll Gender Center Trans and Gender Diverse Community Group:
    • GLSEN Championing LGBTQ issues in K-12 education since 1990:
    • Gay City:
    • Equal Rights Washington:
    • Washington State Commission on African American Affairs:
    • Solid Ground:

    Social Justice Resources for Families:
    • How to Talk to Kids About Racism:
    • Beyond Golden Rule:
    • "Let's Talk":
    • Race and Parenting How To: