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Community Resources

We are working quickly to provide resources for those impacted financially by the pandemic and economic hardships. We’ll be updating the site regularly.


For help with food, housing, employment and counseling, dial 2‐1‐1 or visit the Crisis Clinic website to get connected to hundreds of services.

Free Tax Preparation

Imagine filing your taxes and getting your refund fast, checking your credit or signing up for public benefits—all for free! We can help you do it—and in multiple languages.

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Free Meals During School Closures

During COVID-19 related school closures, all students can access free lunches.

Benefits Hubs

Looking for financial tools to help you get by, get ahead and stay ahead? These hubs offer one-stop financial assistance, advice and other resources conveniently located on community college campuses.

Summer Meals

When school’s out, how do you replace your kids’ free/reduced‐price school meals? Take them to one of 200+ King County locations for free meals and snacks—and lots of fun—all summer long.


Get help teaching your child what he or she needs before starting kindergarten. This two‐year program is designed for 2‐ and 3‐year‐olds and their parents.

For more information, call


Reconnecting Youth

Finish your GED/high school equivalency, get help with college/technical school admissions and financial aid, and get on the path toward your dreams.

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Community Resource Exchange

Get a haircut, medical and dental checkup, referrals for housing, counseling and legal help and tons more at the Community Resource Exchange. Each Spring we bring more than one hundred service providers together under one roof to make navigating these services easy.