HELP WITH RENT/ HOUSING/ UTILITY BILLS
Hopelink – Shoreline and Lake Forest Park 15809 Westminster Way N. Shoreline
• PSE or Seattle City Light LIHEAP phone 425-658-2592 for appointment and screening.
Water, Sewer, Garbage, Food Bank, etc. Phone 206 440 7300
St. Vincent De Paul Phone: 206 767 6449, Mon.-Fri. 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
A central number. This number can be given to those out of SCC area of coverage.
North Help-Line (serves zip code 98133) 12736 33rd Ave NE Suite #110 Phone: 206 365 8043
• Walk-ins Tues, Wed, Thurs, 10:00 am – 1:30 pm
• Last payment up to $200 for eviction or move in expense, Last $75 given on utility expense
• Requirement: Photo ID, proof of address, proof of income. shut-off notice, over 18 yrs
• Food Bank (must register) Saturdays 9:30 to 11:30 am for disabled, Noon-2pm to public
• Health Services: Saturdays 10:00AM-1:00 PM 206-417-9660
• Neighborhood Care Clinic Wednesdays 10:00AM to 2:00PM appointments 206-417-0326
• Counseling Valley Cities Behavioral Health
Salvation Army 9501 Greenwood Ave. N. Seattle M-F 9am – noon and 1-4 pm.
• Federal funding dictates what assistance might be – changes each month.
• Phone: 206 783 1226 on a Thursday to make an appointment for the following week
Shoreline Community Care 206-496-3116
ELIA Energy Low Income Assistance (Seattle City Light) Phone: 206 684 3688
• No shut off notice needed. Customer pays 1/3 to 1/2 of bill then ELIA pays balance up to $200.
• Help based on household size and income (monthly net income)
Puget Sound Energy LIHEAP (Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program)
• Phone 425-658-2592 Hope Link administers applications. 206-440-7300
DSHS (Department of Social and Human Services)
• Phone: 877-501-2233 Community Services. Washingtonconnection.org
• Will help one time with up to $1500. Help if in between jobs or receiving food stamps
Oil Heat – Home Energy Assistance Team Center Stone.
• Phone: 206-440-7300 LIHEAP Hope Link administers.
Catholic Community Services Phone 206-328-5696
Housing Search: www.housingsearchnw.org 24/7 access online and support from a toll-free, bilingual call center:
1 877 428 8844 Monday – Friday 6:00 am-5:00 pm
211 Coordinated Entry NHL does interviews by appointment.
UCEF uchurchesemergencyfund.org Phone 206-524-7885
Vision House Jacobs Well Homeless mothers with children Phone 425-228-6356
Solid Ground 206-694-6700 SHARE Housing 206-956-0334
Compass Housing Alliance.org www.compasshousingalliance.org
Check online for numerous services provided by Compass Housing Alliance including: emergency shelter, permanent and transitional housing for low income families, family programs, veteran programs, day services.
Shoreline Veterans Program Transitional Housing 206-474-1800
Homeless Veterans Outreach Clinic 425-203-7200
Mary’s Place www.marysplaceseattle.org
Online information about many programs and services empowering homeless women and children to reclaim their lives. Located at 1830 9th Ave Seattle Monday – Friday 8:30am – 3:30 pm 206-621-8474
Mary’s Place North 1155 Nth 130th St. Shelter Tonight 206-363-0446
Food Banks Located at Hopelink and North Helpine. See Addresses above.
Center for Human Services 17018 15th Ave NE, Shoreline Phone: 206 362 7282 Food bags for Shoreline.
Meals on Wheels Phone 206-448-5767 A program that provides home delivered meals. Throughout King County
P.O.P.Y.s Café: A community dinner hosted by Prince of Peace Lutheran Church & Dale Turner Family Y. Every Wednesday 5:00 to 6:30 pm. All are welcome, FREE 14514 20th Ave NE, Shoreline For more information, or to
Volunteer, call 206 569 7021
St Dunstans’s Tuesdays 5:30 Free 744 N 145th St. Shoreline
Clothing for Children
The WORKS is open on Wednesday evenings from 6:30-8:00pm. If you cannot make it to The WORKS during our open hours, you can contact Jill Steinberg at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message on The WORKS information line at (206) 393-4916 to arrange an appointment time.
The WORKS has moved to our new home on the north side of the Shoreline Center at 18560 1st Ave NE, Shoreline, WA 98155! Enter the north parking lot off of 1st Avenue NE (just south of the tennis courts). Once in the parking lot, drive straight until you have to turn right. Then as you continue straight ahead, you’ll see our blue door and the sign for The WORKS.
Located in the north portable at North City Elementary School: 810 NE 190th St., Shoreline. WA State Drivers License or ID or Shoreline School ID required. Wednesday evenings during the school year from 6:30 – 8:00 pm. Donations of gently used clothing and shoes accepted during operating hours.
Phone: 206 362 7282
Clothing for Children and Adults Bread of Life Mission 97 S. Main St., Seattle
MAKING BETTER CHOICES – HEALING FOR HURTS, HANGUPS AND HABITS
Life’s Healing Choices – New Hope Seattle / Celebrate Recovery 19350 Firlands Way N. 206 822 0988 Tuesday evenings 6:30
• New Beginnings 206-522-9472 24 hour helpline, offers emergency shelter
• Northwest Family Life 206-363-9601
Center for Human Services in Shoreline 17018 15th Ave NE, Shoreline Phone: 206 362 7282
Valley Cities Behavioral Health Counseling. @ North Help Line Clinic space.
Teen and Tween Drop in Center Shoreline Y located at 19290 Aurora Ave N. Phone 206 363 0446
5:00 to 9:00 pm Monday – Saturday
Samaritan Center of Puget Sound
Shoreline Free Methodist Church 510 NE 175th St Shoreline WA 98155 Phone main office 206-527-2266
Sliding scale fee
Celebrate Recovery New Hope Seattle 19350 Firlands Way N, Shoreline Phone 206-822-0988 Tuesday 6:30 – 9:00pm dinner provided. Childcare if you call first.
Hyde Shuttle – Free shuttle service for senior and disabled. Phone 206-727-6262Mon-Fri 8:00 to 4:00PM Shuttle hours Mon-Fri 9AM to 4PM
findaride.org DART 866-261-3278 Hope Link Mobility Management. 206-440-7300
North Seattle Community College Services
9600 College Way N. Seattle, WA 98103 Phone 206-934-6199
Work Source and a one stop location for DSHS DVR Worker retraining etc.
Educational services at OCE7E provides assistance with basic skills (GED/ESL) or job training.
OCE&E employment partners offer services for job seekers, unemployed, TANF recipients, disabled, veterans, and those seeking healthcare positions or jobs as bank tellers.