CRC Services

Some services are available Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. Some services are only available when providers are in the office. View the latest provider schedule online or visit us in person.

Basic Needs

  • Clothing bank
  • Hygiene kits
  • Food and shelter referral
  • Cell phone service enrollment

Emergency Food Assistance

Emergency Feeding Program
Services Provided:
Nutritional food bags that meet a wide variety of individual needs and provide enough food for two days.

Food, Cash, and Medical Assistance

Washington State Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS)
Services Provided: Apply for DSHS benefits including food, cash and housing assistance (EBT, TANF, HEN, ABD, SSI), income verification, ID Card replacement, DSHS review, Employment Pipeline, Working Connections Childcare, and more. Visit dshs.wa.gov to apply for benefits online.

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.

Downtown Seattle Association
Services Provided: Housing assistance, job placement, ID replacement, mental health treatment, reduced bus fare, and more. Call (206) 747-9546 to determine eligibility and complete an HMIS intake on Mondays from 9 AM - 1:30 PM.

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. Visit idealoption.com to learn more.

Navos 
Services Provided: SUD/Chemical dependency/DUI assessments, and referrals to residential and outpatient treatment, primary care, behavioral health treatment, employment. Visit navos.org for more information or call (206) 257-6600 to schedule an in-person assessment at the Navos Burien Office. 

Hepatitis Education Project
Services Provided: STEP Clinic (buprenorphine/MOUD), syringe services program, and viral hepatitis vaccines. Vaccinations and syringe services are offered Tuesday-Thursday 1 - 5 PM in HEP's parking lot. All services are free.

Health & Hygiene

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.

Employment  

Downtown Seattle Association
Services Provided: Employment placement and resources for individuals experiencing homelessness. 

Career Bridge Program
Description: Career training program for anyone 18 years of age or older who is authorized to work in the US. Participants can obtain three industrial certifications: OSHA, first aid/CPR, and flagger. Currently offered remotely. Complete an interest form online to enroll in the virtual Career Bridge program here.

Roadmap to Success
Description: A job-readiness class for individuals who have been incarcerated that includes employment and reentry case management. Email rudy@p-h-s.com to enroll in the remote program. 

Transportation

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

Library Access

Seattle Public Library
Services Provided: Community Resource Specialist, Job Resources, public restrooms, social justice podcasts, library card for e-books and other media. Call (206) 386-9852 or email communityresources@spl.org to get assistance finding shelter, food resources or other help with basic needs. 

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.