Category: News

New Queer Youth Group

Staff from Seattle Counseling Service and Navos have joined together to facilitate a queer youth group in Burien on Wednesdays, from 3-5pm.  The group is for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, and ally youth and is a place…

Public Health Dental Funding Restored

Dental services for pregnant women will not be age limited as of July 1, 2011, the beginning of the biennial budget.  Adult dental, including pregnant women, was eliminated for the 2010 budget, but is now back in the new biennial…

New Enumclaw Dental Van

There is now a mobile clinic in  Enumclaw every 2nd Thursday of the month. A dental van provides free  dental care to low-income children and adults, the homeless and migrant workers who  lack insurance or a realistic way to pay…

Tenants Union Opens Drop-in Clinics

The Tenants Union of Washington (TU) offers free drop-in tenant counseling services to assist people with questions about landlord-tenant laws and discuss strategies to prevent housing loss. The TU is expanding its services and opening new satellite clinics to reach further into…

Child Care Help for College Students

Seattle Milk Fund is currently accepting applications for is childcare grants. The agency provides a childcare grant of up to $1200.00 per quarter/per child and an education grant of $300.00 to each student who meets eligibility requirements.  They also match…

Disability Lifeline Update

In the final budget, the Disability Lifeline program will end on October 31st, and will be replaced by three new programs, to take effect November 1st. 1.  DL-U is replaced by a program called Essential Needs and Housing Support (ENHS).…

Travel Ambassador Program

The Travel Ambassador “train-the-trainer” program is designed to give an in-depth overview of travel options available in the area. The Travel Ambassador program is for social service professionals, resource agencies, accessibility programs, medical professionals and anyone helping travelers in King…