CRC Services

Basic Needs

  • Clothing bank
  • Hygiene kits
  • Food and shelter referral

Emergency Food Assistance

Emergency Feeding Program
Services Provided:
One-meal food bags that meet a wide variety of individual needs.

Housing/Homeless Services

Catholic Community Services
Services Provided: Coordinated Entry for All (CEA) Housing Program Enrollment and housing resources. Call (206) 328-5900 to schedule over-the-phone assessments and enroll in services.

King County Regional Homelessness Authority (KCRHA)
Services Provided: KCRHA assessment for assistance with housing, ID replacement, mental health services referrals, and DSHS assistance. You must be experiencing homelessness in downtown Seattle to receive assistance from KCRHA.

Substance Use Disorder Assistance

Ideal Option
Services Provided: 
Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for individuals with addiction to all substances, including opioids, meth, alcohol, and marijuana. Ideal Option clients can be connected to employment, housing, education, and other resources as needed. 

Health & Hygiene

Molina Healthcare 
Services Provided: 
Assistance with navigating Medicaid/Apple Health and Medicare.

Public Health - Seattle and King County 
Services Provided: Basic Food Program, ORCA Lift, free to low cost health insurance for low-income individuals. Call 1 (800) 756-5437 to speak to live navigators and enroll in programs, or visit kingcounty.gov/health.

YWCA 
Services Provided: Mental health, eye and dental care, substance use disorder inpatient/outpatient referrals, health coverage, charity care, RX/Medicare/medical bills assistance.

Transportation

Orca Lift Reduced Bus Fare
Services Provided: Apply for a reduced fare bus card with King County Public Health.

Cell Phone Access

MPS Lifeline
Services Provided: CThe Lifeline program helps eligible low-income people stay connected to friends and family with free service for up to a year. Eligible customers will receive 1000 free minutes of talk, unlimited text, and 3GB of data every month for a year. First-time MPS Lifeline applications only. To qualify, you must show government-issued ID and either provide proof that you are currently enrolled in a government assistance program or provide three months of income documentation to verify your low-income status. Examples of government assistance programs include Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Apple Health (Medicaid), Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF), etc.

Workshops & Events

1st Choice DUI Victim's Panel
Description: Learn about the impacts of DUI related crashes. Currently offered remotely via Zoom. Call/text (206) 661-4387 or (206) 992-0522 to register. $40 fee. 

Free Life Skills Workshop
Description:Improve communication, decision-making, problem-solving, and goal-setting skills. Can be offered remotely by popular demand. If interested, please email Leah.Pastrana@seattle.gov

Other Resources    

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