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Health and Well-being

Stay Teen Information on sex, birth control, relationships, and how to find health care.
Teen Link A statewide teen-answered help line to deal with issues such as bullying, drug and alcohol concerns, depression, and relationships.
TeensHealth Information about health-related issues such as food and fitness, depression and anxiety, body image, and sexual health.
Planned Parenthood of the Northwest Resources on family planning, sexually transmitted diseases, and health insurance.
Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence Information on where to find help in your county if you are in an abusive relationship.
Camp Korey Provides free camp programs and specialized medical support to children (up to age 16) with serious illness and their families.
Five Protective Factors for Strengthening Families Learn about factors that can increase positive outcomes for children and their families.
Positive Parenting Program (Triple P) Check out these parenting tips and routines that can make big differences to your family.
Help Me Grow Washington Connect with free resources to give your kids the best start and make sure they are growing and developing on track.
Traumatic Brain Injury Resources Find information, assistance, and educational materials that support individuals with brain injury.

Education and Employment

GRADS Program A program for pregnant and parenting teens to earn high school diplomas, gain good parenting skills, and prepare for careers or college.
WA State Basic Food Employment and Training (BFET) Free help for those receiving Basic Food benefit to finish school, go to college, start job training or find a job.
Check Out a College Information about choosing community and technical colleges to support career development.
Washington Career Bridge Washington’s one-stop source for career and education planning.
Vocational Rehabilitation Resources for individuals with disabilities to participate fully in their communities and become employed.
Pioneer Human Services Counseling, treatment, transitional housing, and employment services for persons leaving prison or jail.
Job Corps A free residential education and training program that helps young people 16-24 years old complete their high school diploma or GED and learn a career.

Legal Help

TeamChild Resources that support legal rights of youth through legal services, community trainings, and advocacy on issues such as emancipation, juvenile justice, and record sealing.
Columbia Legal Services Help with legal advocacy and representation.
Washington Law Help Information on legal rights in civil matters like housing, debt, family law, and protection from abuse, plus a statewide directory.

Housing Assistance

Pioneer Human Services Counseling, treatment, transitional housing, and employment services for persons leaving prison or jail.
Safe Families for Children Find short term host homes for children whose families are going through difficulties like homelessness, job loss, or medical crisis.  Hotline number: 1-877-341-7332. 


Self-Sufficiency Calculator A tool to calculate the standard cost-of-living for the family type and assist in moving toward economic self-sufficiency.
Low Cost Home Internet and Laptops Information on programs that provide low cost home Internet service and laptops.
Pioneer Human Services Counseling, treatment, transitional housing, and employment services for persons leaving prison or jail.
Washington 211 Search by zip code for resources in your neighborhood.
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Disability Benefits for Children Find out how to apply for SSI Disability Benefits for a child under age 18 who is blind or disabled.  For more information, call 1-800-772-1213 (TTY 1-800-325-0778).
ORCA Youth Card Children age 6 to 18 can ride buses at a reduced fare offered by participating transit systems around the Puget Sound region.
Museums For All People receiving food assistance (SNAP benefits) can get free or reduced admission to a number of museums in Washington State simply by presenting their EBT card.
Congolese Integration Network Serves youth upon satisfaction of the following eligibility requirements: age, grade-point average, experiences of post-traumatic stress, family income, juvenile Justice System involvement (or potential risk thereof), and more.

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