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Sound

6400 Southcenter Blvd, Tukwila, Washington state, USA 98188
206-901-2000

Sound's specialized, innovative programs address complex mental health needs in the community. Sound has more than 80 programs, including:

Individual and group therapies
Chemical dependency/substance abuse services
Domestic violence, therapeutic foster care, and a range of children’s programs
Psychiatric services
Vocational services
Grief and loss counseling
Criminal justice and re-entry services
Services for the deaf and developmentally disabled
Crisis support services
Military and veterans’ programs

Seattle PrimeTimers

PO Box 75651, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98175

Seattle Prime Timers is a social and outreach organization for gay men over forty that supports other gay groups while fostering camaraderie between its members and the broader community.

Membership dues:
$35.00 annually with hard copy monthly newsletters mailed to member's address.
$25.00 annually with online-accessed newsletters.

Dues renew January of each year and are pro-rated on a quarterly basis for those joining during the year.

"Prime Timers' activities are as diverse as the membership. All events are member-generated and sponsored and are limited only to the imagination and support of the group."

Prime Timers Worldwide: FOR THE BEST TIMES OF YOUR LIFE
Prime Timers are older gay or bisexual men (and younger men who admire mature men) who enrich their social lives, engage in diverse activities, and enjoy opportunities and friendships with other Prime Timers throughout the world. Our organization is emerging as a leading force in the gay and bisexual communities with over 75 chapters throughout North America and Australia.

Aging with Pride

4101 15th Ave NE, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98105
1-800-558-8703

Aging with Pride is developing and testing the first evidence-based trainings and services designed to address the growing needs of LGBTQ people and their communities, including evidence-based cross-generational support programming as well as evidence-based training for providers to ensure culturally relevant care.

Visit the Aging with Pride website for information about:

Community Partners | Publications | News & Resources
Aging with Pride Blog | Data Requests

Recovery Café

2022 Boren Ave, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98121
206-374-8731

Recovery Café offers a variety of regular activities and events to engage and support individuals on a recovery journey.

Activities and events include:
Community Meals; the “Sole Train” Walking Club; Yoga Classes; New Creation Community Worship: Inter-Faith Service; 12-Step Meetings; Refuge Recovery; Knitting Circle; Open Mic Night; Pathways to Recovery; and other Special Events.

NWRAD (Northwest Rainbow Alliance of the Deaf)

PO Box 94116, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98124
1-503-388-5132

NWRAD (Northwest Rainbow Alliance of the Deaf) promotes solidarity and equality for Deaf, Deaf-Blind, and Hard of Hearing lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgender, queer, and intersexual (LGBTQI) individuals by promoting educational and leadership opportunities and resource information; providing a support system using American Sign Language (ASL); encouraging unity and fellowship; and celebrating the diversity, history, and accomplishments with respect, dignity, and equality.

Resource agencies include Abused Deaf Women's Advocacy Services, Rainbow Alliance of the Deaf, Social58, Washington State Association of the Deaf, Southwest Washington Center of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Deaf Leather Fraternity, Deaf Lesbian Festival, International Deaf Leather, and ASL Films.

45th Street Neighborcare Health

1629 N 45th St, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98103
206-633-3350

45th Street Neighborcare Health provides medical, dental, mental health, pharmacy and many other services for patients of all ages. Located in the Wallingford neighborhood, west of the University District.

Capitol Hill Medical

901 Boren Ave Ste 705, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98104
206-720-9999

Capitol Hill Medical is an LGBTQ-focused clinic that exists to serve the unique medical needs of Seattle's LGBTQ community. We are LGBTQ doctors and clinicians offering primary care services to gays, lesbians, bisexuals, trans, and queer patients. We are also certified by the American Academy of HIV Medicine as HIV specialists, and offer hormone therapy to our trans patients who are in transition.

Gay City: Seattle’s LGBTQ Center

517 E Pike St, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98122
206-860-6969

Gay City seeks to promote wellness in LGBTQ communities by providing health services, connecting people to resources, fostering arts, and building community. We have compiled a listing of businesses, organizations, and providers that offer LGBTQ-focused services or goods. Areas of focus include disability, cultural centers, youth, legal, arts, social organizations, elders, sobriety, health and wellness, trans & gender nonconforming, and housing.

Three Dollar Bill Cinema

1122 E Pike St Box #1313, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98122
206-323-4274

Three Dollar Bill Cinema strengthens, connects, and reflects diverse communities through queer film and media by providing access to films by, for, and about lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ2+) people and their families, and a forum for LGBTQ2+ filmmakers to share and discuss their work with audiences.

Featured programs:

SEATTLE QUEER FILM FESTIVAL: The largest of its kind in the Pacific Northwest, the festival has garnered national recognition for showcasing extraordinary and award-winning work.

TRANSLATIONS: SEATTLE TRANSGENDER FILM FESTIVAL: This groundbreaking film festival provides a venue for films by, for, and about transgender people, encouraging visibility and positive representations of transgender issues. Launched in 2006, Translations is one of only a few transgender film festivals in the world.

THREE DOLLAR BILL OUTDOOR CINEMA: With our campy outdoor film series at Cal Anderson Park and Pride Weekend screenings, Three Dollar Bill Cinema proudly presents fun and free movies under the stars, every summer.

REEL QUEER YOUTH: A video production and media literacy training for LGBTQ2+ youth and their allies ages 13-20. Using professional camera and editing equipment, and working with a team of professional filmmakers and mentors, participants work in small groups to complete a short film. Cost is pay-what-you-can. Online applications open in the Spring.

Lavender Rights Project

2425 6th Ave S, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98134
206-639-7955

The Lavender Rights Project advances a more just and equitable society by providing low-cost civil legal services and community programming centered in values of social justice for trans and queer low-income people and other marginalized communities.

Areas of focus:

Legal Practices: Direct legal services to members of the trans and queer community, including anti-discrimination, wills and estate management, family law, dependency, and all trans/transition-related legal matters.

Coalition-Building: The Lavender Rights Project actively collaborates with referral/resource partners, community coalition partners, and collaborative program partners.

Mediation: Trans- and queer-competent mediators provide mediation for a variety of conflicts, such as employment law, family law, and public accommodations discrimination.

Know Your Rights Clinics: Programming and educational opportunities create trans and queer community resiliency through increasing community knowledge, skills, access to, and resources about legal rights.

Seattle LGBTQ Commission

810 3rd Ave Ste 750, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98104
206-684-4500

The Seattle Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) Commission advises the Mayor, Council and departments about sexual minority issues, recommends policies and legislation, brings the sexual minority communities and the larger Seattle community together through long-range projects, and ensures that City departments fairly and equitably address sexual minority concerns as individuals and as a protected class. The LGBTQ Commission consists of 15 representative citizens of Seattle appointed by the Mayor and City Council to serve in an advisory capacity to the Mayor, City Council, Seattle Office for Civil Rights, and other Seattle City departments.

Pride Foundation

2014 E Madison St Ste 300, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98122
206-323-3318

The Pride Foundation's areas of focus include:

Scholarships: Supporting inspirational LGBTQ and allied student leaders with crucial financial and community support.

Grants: Partnering with organizations to build a more inclusive world for LGBTQ people and communities with essential financial and technical support.

Initiatives: Partnering with local visionaries--from public officials, to business, faith, and grassroots leaders--on innovative strategies to strengthen Northwest communities.

Policy Advocacy: Advancing fundamental lived and legal equity through public education, legislation and ballot initiatives, shareholder advocacy, and engagement.

ACLU of Washington

901 5th Ave Ste 630, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98164
206-624-2184

The ACLU is the nation's premier civil rights and civil liberties organization. The ACLU of Washington, as the state affiliate of the ACLU, works to ensure that justice, freedom, and equality are realities for all people in Washington state, with particular attention to the rights of people and groups who have historically been disenfranchised.

Areas of focus include, but are not limited to, Student Discipline, Smart Justice, Putting Patients First, Second Chances, Transgender Rights, Voting Rights, LGBT Rights, Youth Rights, Student Rights, Healthcare Access, Criminal Justice, and the War on Drugs.

Old Friends Club

PO Box 2472, Kirkland, Washington state, USA 98083
425-681-9776

The Old Friends Club is a small staff and collection of volunteers providing a member-based social day program which focuses on strengths, respect, choice and fun, and encourages Club Members to interact and care for each other. The Old Friends Club cultivates joy in the lives of adults with cognitive challenges and nourishes the wellbeing of family caregivers.

Washington State Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program

PO Box 23699, Federal Way, Washington state, USA 98093
1-800-562-6028

Every state is required to have an Office of the Long-Term Care (LTC) Ombudsman to address complaints and advocate for improvements in the long-term care system.

Among our duties we are charged with:
Coordinating the activities of LTC ombudsmen throughout the state, protecting the confidentiality of records, establishing a statewide uniform reporting system to collect and analyze data relating to complaints and conditions in facilities, and providing resources to empower individuals, families and the community to ensure the safety and dignity of all residents in long-term care settings.

In addition to receiving and responding to complaints filed with our office, we also conduct independent research and advocate before the legislature on behalf of the dignity and quality of life of all people receiving care in nursing homes, assisted living facilities and boarding and adult family homes. We monitor the work of state agencies that manage facility licensing, inspections, complaint investigations, and enforcements and their policy and regulatory development.

Gender Justice League

1122 E Pike St #969, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98122
206-538-0423

The Gender Justice League works for a state where transgender and gender diverse people come together to create healthy, safer and engaging ways of life, free from discrimination at the institutional, systemic/structural, and social levels of our society.

A variety of methods are used to achieve success, including traditional grassroots activism, such as creating Trans Pride Seattle to create a community forum and location for trans community to gather; newer and innovative advocacy and media programs focused on elevating transgender media representation, reducing stigma, bias, violence, and hatred of trans and gender diverse people; and other projects that are proposed by members, developed by teams of volunteers, and resourced by our collective fundraising.

HSDC (Hearing, Speech & Deaf Center)

1625 19th Ave S, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98122
206-323-5770

HSDC services include, but are not limited to, Audiology & Hearing Aids; Speech, Language & Communication; Request an Interpreter; Deaf & Hard of Hearing Services; and Early Childhood Education.

POCAAN

4437 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98118
206-322-7061

POCAAN programs include education, outreach, HIV prevention/awareness, criminal justice programs and health advocacy.

POCAAN is a multicultural, multi-social service agency serving marginalized communities in Seattle and greater King County. Originally focusing on HIV/AIDS prevention, the organization has grown and expanded with the understanding that related issues (e.g., substance abuse, incarceration, homelessness, sexually transmitted diseases, racism, sexism, and homophobia) also contribute to community marginalization and health disparities.

Lynnwood Senior Center

19000 44th Ave W, Lynnwood, Washington state, USA 98036
425-670-5050

The Lynnwood Senior Center provides people 62 years of age and older with a variety of services, activities, and special events, e.g., fitness classes, outdoor recreation, trips and tours, and hiking.

Jacobsen Dementia Care Coaching

10116 Edmonds Way Ste C Box 302, Edmonds, Washington state, USA 98020
206-617-6683

“My love of working with seniors continues to grow the more experiences I gather. Following more than 14 years in elder-focused services, I had the opportunity to work specifically in Dementia Care, managing daily enrichment activities and engagement for a community of 45 residents. Immediately I knew from this rewarding experience that compassion and creativity in dementia care would become the focus of my work moving forward.” Annie Jacobsen, Founder & Principal, Jacobsen Dementia Care Coaching

Securian Advisors Northwest, LLC

2033 6th Ave Ste 1011, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98121
206-785-9330

Securian Advisors Northwest, LLC offers financial products and services, including wealth management for life; comprehensive, fee-based financial planning; investment strategies and asset management; insurance and risk management; estate planning; business planning; retirement plans/qualified plans; and employee benefits.

Jonathan L. Bowman, Attorney at Law, P.S.

500 Union St Ste 645, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98101
206-284-2932

Jonathan L. Bowman, Attorney at Law, PS, provides personal and accessible legal services in the areas of estate planning, probate, elder law, corporate and business law, real estate law, and domestic & marital relations matters.

Home Care Assistance

7900 E Greenlake Dr N #106, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98103
1-866-454-8346

Home Care Assistance services include hourly home care, 24-hour care, hospital-to-home care, Alzheimer's and dementia care, and specialized care (e.g., Parkinson's, senior and elderly, stroke, cancer, and hospice).

Koelsch Senior Communities

111 Market St NE #200, Olympia, Washington state, USA 98501
360-867-1900

With communities across eight states, Koelsch Senior Communities provide a variety of living and care options, including independent living, assisted living, memory care, respite care, and hourly care.

Freedom Home Care

14813 41st Ave W, Lynnwood, Washington state, USA 98075
425-742-0904

Freedom Home Care's services include grocery shopping, transportation, medical appointments, help with errands, meal preparation, household chores, laundry, range of motion, bathing, dressing, medication reminders, grooming, feeding, pet care, and companionship.

Mountlake Terrace Plaza

23303 58th Ave W, Mountlake Terrace, Washington state, USA 98043
425-967-8014

Mountlake Terrace Plaza is a senior living community providing assisted living, independent living, and respite care.

A Helping Hand Homecare

1200 Westlake Ave N, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98109
206-686-7440

A Helping Hand Homecare's services include: Personal Care (bathing, dressing, toileting, wheelchair use, medication reminders, mobility help, and fall prevention); Household Chores (light housekeeping and laundry, meal preparation, pet care, medical appointment trips, errands and shopping, trips to social events, and physical therapy exercise assistance); Condition-Specific Care (hospice care support, home health care support, support for those with Alzheimer’s, COPD, and surgery recovery); and Nurse-Delegated Care (trained caregivers work under RN guidance to perform medication administration, tube feeding, wound care, and blood glucose monitoring).

AXA Equitable Financial Services, LLC

10500 NE 8th St Ste 1600, Bellevue, Washington state, USA 98004
888-292-4636

Financial services include: Life Insurance products (Term Life Insurance, Whole Life Insurance, Universal Life Insurance, Variable Universal Life Insurance, and Survivorship Life Insurance); Retirement products (Variable Annuities and Individual Retirement Accounts); and Investment products (Brokerage and Advisory Accounts, and Mutual Funds).

Home Instead Senior Care

3221 Eastlake Ave E Ste 120, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98102
206-622-4663

​Home Instead Senior Care offers affordable in-home care services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. From personal care services to hospice care support and many care needs in between, services can be tailored to meet each family’s unique needs and preferences.

SASH Realty LLC

6811 S 204th St Ste 395, Kent WA, Washington state, USA 98032
206-501-4375

Realty services include Buying, Selling, Distinguished Properties, and Senior Home Sales Specialists.

Transitional Marketing Services

914 164th St SE #240, Mill Creek, Washington state, USA 98012
206-240-5058

Transitional Marketing Services serves senior providers of all types through a variety of services including sales and marketing support during transition; strengthening sales culture; improving outreach effort; customized sales and database tutoring; refreshing sales materials; recruiting new sales and marketing staff; promotional material design and photography; crafting special events; and creating remote training.

Homage Senior Services

5026 196th St SW, Lynnwood, Washington state, USA 98036
425-355-1112

Homage Senior Services promotes independence, preserving dignity, and enhancing the quality of life for older adults and people with disabilities in Snohomish County. Areas of focus include Food And Nutrition (Senior Dining, Meals on Wheels, and a Basic Food Program); Health And Wellness (Mental Health Services, Wellness Classes and Support Services); Social Services (Aging and Disability Resources, Family Caregiver Support Program, Relatives as Parents Program, Lifespan Respite, Medicare and Health Insurance, Multicultural Services, and Senior Companion Program); Home Repair (helping people keep their homes safe); and Transportation (helping people get where they need to go).

FEATURED PROGRAM:

Foster Grandparents Program

The Foster Grandparents Program at Homage Senior Services is a mentoring program designed to pair seniors with children with special and/or exceptional needs for one-on-one support at community locations (e.g., Schools, Daycares, Child Care Centers, Social Centers, Clubs or hospitals).

Individuals who meet income eligibility can receive a non-taxable hourly stipend (the stipend does not affect any benefits you may receive), mileage reimbursement, paid holidays, and ongoing training and recognition. Volunteers (55 and over) must commit to a minimum of 15 hours per week. Homage provides administrative support, volunteer recognition, and ongoing training.

Foster Grandparent Volunteers must be at least 55 years old, be available to volunteer at least 15 hours per week, and meet the low income eligibility requirement in order to receive the stipend. Foster Grandparent applicants go through an application process and an orientation/training process prior to being matched with children.

For more information on our Foster Grandparent Program, contact:

Adelheid Arbogast
Foster Grandparent Program Coordinator
aarbogast@homage.org
425-514-3188

Interested in volunteering to foster grandparents? Apply today:

https://www.homage.org/wp-content/uploads/FGP-VOLUNTEER-APPLICATION-PACKET-2017.docx

Multi-Service Center (MSC)

PO Box 23699, Federal Way, Washington state, USA 98093-0699
253-835-7678

The Multi-Service Center (MSC) addresses the causes and barriers of poverty and homelessness with comprehensive and holistic services that include food and clothing, housing, energy assistance, education, employment, youth and young adult programs, rent and emergency assistance, and a resource calendar.

Office hours: Mon-Fri, 8:30am-5pm
NOTE: All offices close at 3:30pm on the 15th of each month.

Closed Federal Holidays

TRIBE Fitness

606 Broadway E, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98102
206-325-0662

TRIBE Fitness offers custom-designed classes designed to increase lean muscle, strengthen body core, build stamina, lose weight, improve flexibility, and increase range of motion. A wide variety of classes are available, from Power Reformer and Strong and Lean, to Pilates Yoga, and everything in between.

Seattle Chinatown International District Preservation and Development Authority (SCIDpda)

PO Box 3302, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98114
206-624-8929

The SCIDpda provides services in four areas: culturally-relevant senior services, affordable housing and commercial property management, community economic development and community engagement, and real estate development.

Washington State Dept. of Social & Health Services (DSHS)

PO Box 11699, Tacoma, Washington state, USA 98411-6699

Areas of focus include food, cash and medical needs; housing assistance; child support; youth services; adult care; mental and addiction services; and disability support.

Aging and Disability Services, Seattle-King County

PO Box 34215, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98124-4215
206-684-0660

Aging and Disability Services (ADS) plans, coordinates, and advocates for a comprehensive service delivery system for older adults, family caregivers, and people with disabilities in King County.

Eldercare Consulting LLC

2516 SW Portland Ct, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98106
206-355-8965

With a network of relationships with vendors (e.g., in-home care providers, attorneys, doctors, medical suppliers, yard care teams, handymen, housekeepers, and more), Eldercare Consulting's services include care management, in-home care, transportation, housing transitions, and medical advocacy.

The Northwest LGBT Senior Care Providers Network

206-714-6130

The Northwest LGBT Senior Care Providers Network is a network of senior care providers working together to provide advocacy and quality of care for the LGBT seniors of Washington State. Members offer their expertise in fields that include, but are not limited to, attorneys, community services and senior centers, fiduciaries, financial planning, government agencies, home care agencies, home health agencies, housing providers, information services, insurance providers, moving services, and pharmacy services.

Monthly meetings, with guest speakers, cover a wide array of topics focusing on LGBT elders today and tomorrow.

Southeast Seattle Senior Center (SESSC)

4655 S Holly St, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98118
206-722-0317

The Southeast Seattle Senior Center (SESSC), located in the Rainier Valley, offers activities designed to include all physical stages of aging, including exercise programs, computer classes, weaving and quilting classes, card clubs, line dance classes, Spanish classes, recreational trips, and much more. The B&B Diner, SESSC’s in-house eatery, serves hot meals five days a week. There is a peer-led group for lesbians. Trips, informational presentations on topics relevant to older adults, lunch at a reduced rate, a social worker, and foot care and massage are also available.

SESSC is a member of the Rainier Chamber of Commerce and the Seattle Rainier Lions Club.

SYNERGY HomeCare

9131 California Ave SW Ste 2, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98136
206-420-4934

SYNERGY HomeCare provides the highest quality non-medical home care services for clients of all ages. SYNERGY HomeCare is a non-medical home care agency--as opposed to a "home healthcare” agency. Home care plans are customized to fit individual needs. A CARE team approach allows participation in the care of loved ones from a distance via the internet. We do not treat LGBTQ seniors any differently than any other client.

Thrive Senior Advisors

PO Box 78113, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98178
206-347-8843

A referral agency for seniors in the Pacific Northwest offering assistance in finding solutions to their housing and care needs.

Yoga & Movement with Beth Award

206-949-7084

"As a yoga and movement instructor, my mission is to assist people so that they feel better in their bodies. In public classes, private instruction, and workshops, I draw from yoga, biomechanics, deep tissue release, and strength education to address discomfort and imbalances. My clear instruction style stems from a desire to make what I teach as accessible as possible. I want to support students' capacities to trust their own innate intelligence, and to cultivate an appropriate balance of strength and flexibility.
In the last 3 years, I have worked one-on-one with students ranging from 60-94 years of age. I am skilled at adapting movement and postures, and use a number of props to achieve desired outcomes such as creating better joint movement, "un-sticking" connective tissue, or mobilizing muscles for support, to name just a few. I have taught yoga since 2003 and am a Registered Yoga Teacher (E-RYT 200) through Yoga Alliance. By spring of 2017 I will have completed my E-RYT 500 hour training through Seattle Yoga Arts (www.seattleyogaarts.com), one of the oldest and most respected yoga studios in the city." -- Beth Award

Peer Seattle

1520 Bellevue Ave Ste 100, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98122

Peer Seattle offers support groups, peer coaching, and a voucher program for Western Washington gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, and sexual minority communities and their friends and loved ones and those suffering from or affected by temporary or chronic mental health, chemical or behavioral addiction, or chronic illnesses such as HIV/AIDS or other sexually transmitted diseases.

Seattle Counseling Service (SCS)

1216 Pine St Ste 300, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98101
206-323-1768

The Seattle Counseling Service (SCS) is committed to providing accessible services to all of our community. We have continuously found innovative strategies to meet the behavioral health needs of our diverse and complex LGBTQ community.

Areas of focus include:

Consultation + training: SCS staff are experts in issues relating to the LGBTQ community and can also speak generally or specifically about mental health and/or chemical dependency.

Testing + sexual health: We partner with other community organizations to provide free, confidential testing that is open to all. We also offer safe sex supplies and safe sex kits.

Support groups: Support groups can help provide a place to discuss your feelings, share information, and connect with peers and other members of the LGBTQ community.

We offer a sliding fee scale in addition to accepting Medicaid and many insurance plans.

Seattle Housing Authority (SHA)

190 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98109
206-239-1700

The Seattle Housing Authority (SHA) focuses on creating and sustaining decent, safe, and affordable living environments that foster stability and self-sufficiency for people with low incomes.

Senior Center of West Seattle

4217 SW Oregon St, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98116
206-932-4044

Services include advocacy, caregiver support, case management and care coordination, community and social activities, counseling, financial planning, food and nutrition, funeral/cremation/end of life planning, help at home, healthcare (hospitals, clinics, health centers), legal assistance, lifelong learning and arts, specialty associations, and transportation.

Membership:
50 years of age and older | $50 per year
Under 50 years of age | $75 per year

Members receive the bimonthly Livin’ Life @ the Center newsletter, a free birthday and holiday lunch, and reduced activity fees.

Sno-Valley Senior Center

4610 Stephens Ave PO Box 96, Carnation, Washington state, USA 98014
425-333-4152

The Sno-Valley Senior Center serves the Snoqualmie Valley (Duvall, Carnation, Fall City, and Redmond Ridge). All services, from Meals on Wheels to caregiver support to fitness and social activities, are open to all.

Sound Generations

2208 Second Ave Ste 100, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98121
206-448-5757

Sound Generations has six community partner sites and ten programs that connect people to various food, security, transportation, health and wellness, and assistance services throughout King County. A network of community connections provides multiple services for seniors and adults with disabilities and those who care for them, including telephone, in-person, and written information and assistance; a network of senior centers; the Meals on Wheels and grocery delivery programs; minor home repair services, including making disability modifications; and arranging for transportation. Information is available on legal topics, e.g., end-of-life planning and an elder law clinic. We offer complimentary health and wellness programs and serve as health insurance benefits advisors for King County.

Pride at Work

300 10th Ave #B-103, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98122
206-261-8110

Pride at Work is an LGBTQ labor organization affiliated with the AFL-CIO advocating for LGBTQ inclusion within the labor movement, and for workers' rights within the LGBTQ community.

Public Health – Seattle & King County HIV/STD Program

401 5th Ave, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98104
206-263-2000

The HIV/STD Program's mission is to decrease new infections and decrease morbidity and mortality associated with HIV and other STDs. Services include needle exchange (Robert C. Lewis Center), Testing and Treatment (STD Clinic), Prevention, Education, Care and Epidemiology, and Statistics.

Public Health – Seattle & King County STD Clinic

908 Jefferson St 11th Fl, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98104
206-744-3590

The Public Health STD Clinic provides compassionate and expert clinical care for STDs and other sexual health issues. Emphasis is on prevention, and all persons are welcome regardless of age, race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, disability, insurance status, or immigration status. Staff members provide confidential testing and treatment and can answer questions about HIV and other STDs.

Puget Sound Advocates for Retirement Action (PSARA)

2800 1st Ave Ste 262, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98121
206-448-9646

PSARA advocates for retirement security for all Americans.

Annual membership: $20

Areas of focus include:
Protecting and expanding the Affordable Care Act, Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security.
Working for affordable mass transit, housing, and a clean and safe environment.
Production and distribution of a monthly newsletter, The Retiree Advocate.

Efforts are based on the belief that all individuals need and deserve a lifelong, adequate, dependable income; comprehensive, affordable healthcare, including prescription drug coverage; taxes and utility bills we can handle; access to affordable housing, transportation, and social services; support for family care-giving responsibilities; and quality time to relax and enjoy life with family and friends.

Saint Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral

1245 Tenth Ave E, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98102
206-323-0300

Saint Mark's Episcopal Cathedral is the cathedral of the Episcopal Church in Western Washington, the Diocese of Olympia. St. Mark's serves those in need, works for justice, and seeks to be good stewards of the earth.

Integrity at Saint Mark's, the national LGBTQ ministry of the Episcopal Church, usually meets for socializing after the Sunday evening service, and sponsors the Diocesan contingent in the annual Pride Day parade.

Mayor’s Office for Senior Citizens

810 3rd Ave Ste 425, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98104-1604
206-684-0500

The Mayor's Office for Senior Citizens (MOSC) provides programs and referrals to services that support independent living, social and civic engagement, and healthy aging to make a positive difference in the lives of older adults and adults with disabilities.

Senior Discounts (for Seattle-King County Residents)--The Mayor's Office for Senior Citizens issues the Gold Card and FLASH Card for seniors and adults with disabilities.
55+ Employment Center--The Employment Resource Center assists job-seeking Seattle residents age 55 and over and helps local employers to find experienced, dedicated, and reliable employees. Services are free to both job seekers and employers.
Technology Resources--In addition to the technology courses taught on-site at the MOSC the City of Seattle is committed to promoting a technology healthy community so residents have the information technology training and access needed for civic and cultural participation, employment, and lifelong learning.
Coffee Hours--The Mayor's Office for Senior Citizens Coffee Hours are held on the third Thursday of every month at the Central Building and on other dates in Seattle neighborhoods. The events bring community elders closer to City officials to explore topics of interest. Presentations often include up-to-date information about healthy aging, legal and planning issues, and more.

NAMI Washington

7500 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98103
909-367-4106

The Washington branch of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) seeks to improve the quality of life of all affected by mental illness. NAMI Washington provides public education workshops, teleconferences on specific issues, and carries out an ongoing campaign and public policy agenda to improve mental health services throughout the state, reduce the stigma associated with mental illness, and support effective treatment and recovery programs.

Neighborhood House

1225 S Weller Street Ste 510, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98144
206-461-8430

Areas of focus include early learning, youth education, family and social services, employment and adult education, health, and housing stability.

Next Step Transitions

PO Box 15420, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98115
206-276-7271

Next Step Transitions is a move management company providing downsizing, move management, and packing/unpacking services. Residential organizing services are available for clients that are staying in their homes and want to make their spaces more manageable.

Christy Urdal, owner of Next Step Transitions, and a member of the LGBTQ Community, has a personal understanding of the needs of LGBTQ seniors and families.

NW Network of BTLG Survivors of Abuse

PO Box 18436, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98118
206-568-7777

The NW Network of BTLG Survivors of Abuse increases our communities' ability to support the self-determination and safety of bisexual, transgender, lesbian and gay survivors of abuse through education, organizing, and advocacy.

Available resources include: Skilled support for survivors of domestic, dating, and sexual abuse; free and confidential advocacy-based counseling; support groups; legal advocacy; safety and support planning; resources and referrals; and youth advocacy. A range of community engagement events, including relationship skills classes, queer parent networking dinners, and an OutSpoken Speakers Bureau are also available.

Old Lesbians Oral Herstory Project (OLOHP)

6912 35th St W, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98466

Founded in 1998, the Old Lesbian Oral Herstory Project (OLOHP) has gathered and preserved the life stories of hundreds of lesbians 70 years of age and older, told in their own words.

Since the inception of the OLOHP, the Project has worked to gather, document, and preserve the life stories of lesbians born in the early decades of the past century. The OLOHP was begun by women of this era, with the singular goal of ensuring that the stories of their contemporaries were preserved and their experiences were not forgotten.

Puget Sound Old Lesbians Organizing for Change (PS OLOC)

253-777-3357

Puget Sound Old Lesbians Organizing for Change (PS OLOC) focuses on connecting old lesbians throughout the Puget Sound area to form community and to encourage participation in activities and causes that improve their lives and increase visibility.

PS OLOC is a chapter of the National OLOC, Old Lesbians Organizing for Change, which focuses on raising consciousness about ageism among old lesbians within the LGBTQ community and society at large.

Pathway Law, PC

14900 Interurban Ave S #271, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98168
206-499-3289

Practice areas: Estate Planning | Elder Law | Nonprofit and Business Law

Legal services with a focus on estate planning, probate, and ERISA disability appeals with a particular interest in serving the legal needs of LGBTQ older adults.

Phinney Neighborhood Association – Greenwood Senior Center

525 N 85th St, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98103
206-297-0875

The Greenwood Senior Center focuses on programs and services for adults 50 and older, providing fitness and wellness activities and classes, technology support and classes, social opportunities, and food and nutrition. Social services include individual counseling and support groups, caregiver support, and a large multi-faceted memory loss program.

EvergreenHealth – Community Healthcare Access Team (CHAT)

12040 NE 128th St Blue 1-140, Kirkland, Washington state, USA 98034
425-899-3200

The Community Healthcare Access Team (CHAT) partners with many community organizations to assist low income and uninsured residents of EvergreenHealth's service district who face barriers in accessing affordable and quality health and social services. Our programs are supported by tax levy funds, and serve residents living in cities within King County Public Hospital District No. 2.

Healthcare Navigation | Social workers help people access and navigate the healthcare system. We serve people of all ages who have health insurance, financial or social services needs; we help them access a network of support from various services that exist in the community.

King County Project Access | This community partnership helps low income, uninsured community residents get access to appropriate and necessary primary and specialty health services.

Health Insurance Assistance | CHAT staff are able to help people secure free or low cost health insurance. We participate in outreach events in the community, collaborating with churches, social workers, teachers, nurses, family support workers and community-based organizations to help people access affordable healthcare services. We also have a bilingual Spanish outreach worker who can work with community organizations to help people access care and services to meet their needs.

Fedelta Home Care

155 NE 100th St Ste 200, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98125
206-362-2366

Services include elderly home care; care management & RN oversight; comprehensive in-home care assessment and planning; flexible in-home care options without long-term contracts; short shifts (1 to 4 hours), hourly care, overnight care, respite care, transitional care, travel services, skilled nursing care; friendly companionship & conversation; bathing, dressing & grooming assistance; light housekeeping; transportation & errands; meal prep planning; foot care; medication reminders & glucose monitoring; wound care & skilled nursing services; toileting & incontinence care; ambulation support & transfer assistance; and end-of-life comfort and care.

Full Life Care

800 Jefferson St Ste 620, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98104
206-528-5315

Full Life Care helps adults of all ages living with chronic illnesses and physical or developmental disabilities. Services include adult day health, memory care homes, care consultation, behavioral health, in-home care, and volunteer companionship.

Greater Seattle Business Association (GSBA)

400 E Pike St Ste 322, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98122
206-363-9188

The Greater Seattle Business Association (GSBA) is the largest LGBTQ and allied chamber of commerce in North America, representing over 1,300 small business, corporate, and nonprofit members who share the values of promoting equality and diversity in the workplace.

GSBA serves as a connector across the region, bringing the community together through business while advocating for civil rights and small business, promoting LGBTQ tourism through Travel Out Seattle, and investing in the next generation of leaders through the GSBA Scholarship Fund.

Ingersoll Gender Center

517 E Pike St, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98122
206-849-7859

The Ingersoll Gender Center is a trans-led organization providing a support group, resource and referral programs, healthcare access work, economic justice work, community financial assistance, and a training and technical assistance program.

The Ingersoll Gender Center is an organization of, by and for transgender and gender nonconforming people in the Puget Sound region. A weekly peer support group for transgender, gender nonconforming people and those that support them is available at Seattle Counseling Service. The Seattle Trans Economic Empowerment Project is offered for those having trouble finding employment. Additionally, a database of care providers that offer trans-affirming services is available for clients to search based on their location and their insurance.

JANCO Fiduciary & Estate Services

2311 N 45th St #194, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98103
206-227-2641

JANCO's services include daily money management, financial advocacy, and professional fiduciary services. JANCO offers referrals to other community resources and acts as liaison to professional advisors, such as tax preparers, legal professionals and financial advisors. Fiduciary services include Power of Attorney and Personal Representative to the estate.

Jewish Family Service

1601 16th Ave, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98122
206-461-3240

Jewish Family Service programs:

Aging in Place: Care management in Russian and English to low income older adults, with an emphasis on serving Jewish older adults, Holocaust Survivors, and Russian-speaking older adults. Aging in Place also offers support to unpaid family caregivers of all backgrounds.

Care Solutions: Fee-for-service non-medical home care and care management to older adults of all backgrounds.

Jewish Family Service has a long commitment to serving the LGBTQ community; staff members actively participate in the LGBTQ Senior Care Provider Network. A range of other services LGBTQ senior clients are available, including counseling services, a food bank (including home food delivery) emergency services, and specialized services for people with cognitive disabilities. All services at Jewish Family Service are open to LGBTQ individuals.

King County Office of Civil Rights

401 Fifth Ave Ste 800, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98104
206-263-2446

Areas of enforcement: Fair Employment, Fair Housing, Public Accommodations, Contracting

The Enforcement unit investigates and resolves complaints of discrimination, provides fair housing education, and offers technical assistance. County ordinances prohibit discrimination based on race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, gender, disability, familial status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, and participation in subsidized housing programs such as Section 8.

Lifelong

1016 E Pike St, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98102
206-957-1600

Lifelong serves as a community-based, policy and advocacy agency on issues related to health.

Lifelong empowers people living with, or at risk of acquiring or transmitting, HIV, AIDS, and/or other chronic conditions to lead healthier lives. HIV medical case management, wellness advocates and prevention services teams are trained to assist clients in identifying and accessing resources; coordination of medical and treatment adherence support services; HIV counseling and testing, as well as pre-exposure prophylaxis (or PrEP/Truvada for HIV-negative individuals); dental care; health insurance navigation and enrollment; financial resources; food and nutrition; housing, and more. Lifelong assists with the provision and coordination of services for diabetes, cardiovascular disease, renal disease, cancers, and multiple sclerosis.

Living Care Lifestyles

146 N Canal St Ste 220, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98103
206-441-1770

Living Care Lifestyles is an informal coalition of senior care providers working together to provide advocacy and quality of care for the LGBT seniors of Washington State. Members offer their expertise in fields that include, but are not limited to, attorneys, community services and senior centers, fiduciaries, financial planning, government agencies, home care agencies, home health agencies, housing providers, information services, insurance providers, moving services, and pharmacy services.

Mature Friends

PO Box 21203, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98111
206-795-7731

A gay, over 40, active, fun-loving group that meets regularly to share common interests such as traveling (both locally and internationally), arts events, playing bridge or pinochle, reading and discussing books, making investments, touring gardens, taking walks and going on hikes, dinners and lunches, cooking, and tasting fine wines.

Membership dues: $40 per year paid on July 1; the dues are prorated for those who join in mid-year.

Casual Uncluttering LLC

PO Box 2448, Woodinville, Washington state, USA 98072-2448
425-947-3976

"Would you like to unclutter your space and your life? Make your kitchen, work room or living room fun, pleasant, creative, and functional? I'm a Certified Professional Organizer(R) who works in homes, home businesses, and small businesses. I help you think outside of the box to get something into the box. I collaborate with you to find comfortable, affordable solutions for your challenges. We'll create accessible spaces you can enjoy for your work, hobbies, games, art collections, your pots and pans or your toner cartridges, outstanding invoices and product samples. We'll organize your closets, your files, your clothes, you name it! I've worked in every room in a home, attic to basement, garage, shed, storage units, and even a horse barn. I help you gain the education and resources you need to get organized and keep yourself organized even as your circumstances evolve over your lifetime. The results will never be perfect, but they will be effective and satisfying. I want you to laugh during this adventure." -- Lauren, Casual Uncluttering LLC

Central Area Senior Center (CASC)

500 30th Ave S, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98144
206-726-4926

The Central Area Senior Center (CASC), a program of Sound Generations, promotes the emotional, social and physical well-being of older adults. Participants attend Neighborhood Council meetings and special events, e.g., wedding receptions, birthday parties, and other social events. The center reflects the full diversity of age, race, class, culture, gender and diversity of thought.

CHC Services

21907 64th Ave W #230, Mountlake Terrace, Washington state, USA 98043
425-275-5858

CHC Services is a local, doctor-owned, licensed and accredited company helping individuals remain in their homes by providing a wide range of services, including home care services provided by certified or registered nursing assistants ranging from companion care for seniors to hands on care for individuals with challenging and medically intensive care needs. Home health services include nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech language pathology.

1st CHOICE Advisory Services

PO Box 12494, Mill Creek, Washington state, USA 98082
800-361-0138

1st CHOICE provides personalized referrals for senior housing, senior care, and in-home care. Services focus on in-person or telephone assistance to define senior housing & care options within retirement, assisted living, memory care, or adult family homes. Guidance and options for in-home care are also provided. These services are provided free-of-charge to older adults age 62+ and/or to their families. Individuals must be able to pay privately for their care for a minimum of one year to qualify for our free assistance.

Services are offered in Clark, Pierce, Thurston, Kitsap, King, Snohomish, Whatcom & Skagit Counties, as well as in Spokane, WA and Coeur d'Alene, ID.

City of Seattle Human Services Department

PO Box 34215, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98124-4215
206-684-0657

Seattle's Human Services Department funds programs related to Preparing Youth for Success, Supporting Affordability and Livability, Promoting Public Health, Responding to Gender-Based Violence, Promoting Healthy Aging, and Emergency Services.

City of Seattle Human Services Department, Aging and Disability Services

PO Box 34215, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98124
206-684-0697

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Attended 5/10/17 resource faire.

Community Acupuncture Project of West Seattle

4545 44th Ave SW, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98116
206-933-7891

Acupuncture services at affordable rates on a sliding scale.

Elderwise

531 NE 112th St, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98125
206-913-1757

Elderwise invites adults living with memory loss to creatively and meaningfully engage with each other through art, discussion, movement, and shared meals.

Emerald City Medical Arts

16 Roy St, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98109
206-281-1616

Traditional primary care services with a goal of total health and wellness.

Entre Hermanos

1105 23rd Ave, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98122
206-322-7700

Entre Hermanos focuses on disease prevention, education, support services, advocacy and community building. Programs are usually delivered in Spanish or a bilingual format and in a culturally appropriate manner by staff members and community resource people.

African American Reach and Teach Health Ministry (AARTH)

901 Rainier Ave N B102, Renton, Washington state, USA 98057
206-850-2070

AARTH provides AIDS resources for the African-American community.

Aging Lesbians in SE Seattle (ALISS)

3933 S Ferdinand St, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98118
206-722-0729

A group of older lesbians that meets once a month at the local Senior Center to connect and create community, and in-between for potlucks, games, and other activities as arranged.

Aging Wisdom

100 W Harrison St Ste N410, North Tower, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98119
206-456-5155, ext 1

Aging Wisdom provides family coaching, support, and care coordination; dementia management guidance, including overcoming resistance; health advocacy and crisis management; help managing care transitions; referrals to service providers, and more. Services are tailored to each clients' unique needs.

BABES Network | YWCA

1118 Fifth Ave, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98101
206-720-5566

The BABES Network provides peer support for women living with HIV, focusing on reducing isolation, promoting self-empowerment, and enhancing the quality of life. Services include one-on-one peer counseling, non-medical case management, support groups, educational forums, advocacy, social events and retreats, and a "BABES Talking" quarterly newsletter.

Burien Nursing and Rehabilitation Center

1031 SW 130th St, Burien, Washington state, USA 98146
206-242-3212

Areas of focus include:

Nursing Services | 24-hour skilled care and rehabilitation services.

Social Services | Assisting patients and their families during transitional periods, providing essential information, managing requests and concerns, and helping in care planning and discharge planning.

Rehabilitation | Individualized programs to reach goals of increased independence and ability. Patient families are also encouraged to participate in therapy sessions, caregiver education, and training.

Long Term and End of Life Care | Care focusing on differing populations of individuals--many patients require several days or weeks of medical care and therapy before they can safely return home or to a lower level of care.

Sea Mar Community Health Centers

8720 14th Ave S, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98108
206-764-0522

Sea Mar Community Health Centers provide quality, comprehensive health, human, housing, educational and cultural services to diverse communities, specializing in service to Latinos in Washington state. Sea Mar serves all persons without regard to race, ethnicity, immigration status, gender, or sexual orientation, and regardless of ability to pay for services. Sea Mar's network of services includes more than 90 medical, dental, and behavioral health clinics and a wide variety of nutritional, social, and educational services.

Seattle Parks and Recreation Lifelong Recreation

8061 Densmore Ave N, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98103
206-684-4240

Seattle Public Library – Capitol Hill

425 Harvard Ave E, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98102
206-419-3022

Catholic Community Services of Western Washington

100 23rd Ave, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98144
206-323-6336

Catholic Community Services (CCS) and Catholic Housing Services (CHS) are outreaches of the Catholic Church in Western Washington. CCS and CHS employees and volunteers come from many faith traditions to serve and support poor and vulnerable people through the provision of quality, integrated services and housing.

Areas of focus: Shelter & Homeless; Child, Youth & Family; Housing; Specialized Services (e.g., services for veterans, immigrants, refugees in Western Washington); Seniors & In-Home Care; Mental Health; and Addiction Recovery.

Country Doctor

500 19th Ave E, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98112
206-299-1651

Primary care services, pharmacy, insurance assistance, and billing assistance.

Country Doctor Community Health Centers (CDHC) provide healthcare that addresses the needs of people regardless of their ability to pay. CDCHC clinics are members of the Community Health Plan of Washington. All sites charge on a sliding fee scale and will accept medical coupons, Medicare, and most private insurance plans.

For people without insurance, a payment is expected at the time of visit. The minimum fee is $20, though you may be asked to pay more based upon your household size and income.

Crisis Connections

9725 3rd Ave NE #300, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98115
206-461-3222

Crisis Connections (formerly Crisis Clinic) is home to five programs focused on serving the emotional and physical needs of individuals across Washington State. These programs include the 24-Hour Crisis Line, King County 2-1-1, Teen Link, WA Recovery Help Line, and WA Warm Line.

Over 400 trained volunteers and experienced staff provide support, resources and certified training for King County and other communities statewide.

End of Life Washington

PO Box 61369, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98141
206-799-3362

End of Life Washington can help with talking to your loved ones about dying; making decisions about what you want at the end of life; talking to your physician about hospice, palliative care, and pain management; finding hospice providers; and understanding all options to achieve a peaceful death, including Washington’s Death with Dignity Act.

End of Life offers free client support services; Healthcare Advance Directive forms; Alzheimer’s and Dementia Advance Directive forms; Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST) forms; Advance Planning documents and information; WonderFile (file organizer with end-of-life planning documents); and presentations on end-of-life care planning, Advance Directives, and Washington’s Death with Dignity Act.

Kin On Community Healthcare

4416 S Brandon St, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98118
206-721-3630

Kin On provides healthcare solutions for Asian elders and their families, including help at home, caregiver support, short-term rehab and recovery, and residential care.

King County Public Hospital District #2, EverGreen Health

12040 NE 128th St, Kirkland, Washington state, USA 98034

EverGreen Health is a full-service medical facility.

Momentia Seattle

Momentia is a grassroots movement empowering persons living with memory loss and their loved ones to remain connected and active in the community. The Puget Sound region is home to a variety of dementia-friendly opportunities offered by a growing number of community members and organizations.

Visit Momentia's website for information about programs and upcoming events.

Northshore Senior Center

10201 E Riverside Dr, Bothell, Washington state, USA 98011
425-286-1037

Volunteers in self-directed teams, with the support of staff, provide vital programs and services to those over 55, and adults of all ages with disabilities. The Senior Center offers hundreds of services and programs each year, seven days a week, including classes and activities, computer learning, trips, fitness, social services, adult day health, employment referral, transportation, healthy aging, dining and cafe, and more.

Rainbow Bingo

8201 10th Ave S, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98108
206-767-2544

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Vendor contact for Resource Fair 2017

Refugee Women’s Alliance (ReWA)

4008 Martin Luther King Jr Way S, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98108
206-721-0243

ReWA's services focus on employment, behavioral health, domestic violence, an early learning center, English as a second language (ESL), family empowerment, homelessness prevention, naturalization services, and both senior and youth programs.

ResCare Washington

10303 Meridian Ave N Ste 200, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98133

ResCare Washington offers daily living support services and in-home care, vocational training, job placement, pharmacy, rehab and behavioral health services for people of all ages and skill levels.

Alliance of People with DisAbilities

1120 E Terrace St, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98122
206-545-7055

Alliance of People with DisAbilities focuses on employment options, accessible housing options, benefits planning, King county resources, emergency preparedness, utilities costs and assistance programs, voting, and transportation (e.g., fixed route bus service, Access service in West King County, and bus service in Eastern King County).

Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS)

3639 Martin Luther King Jr Way S, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98144
206-695-7600

Areas of focus include aging services for older adults, behavioral health and wellness, child and youth development, employment and training services, citizenship and immigration services, recovery services, basic needs, civic engagement, consultation and education, and legal services.

AXIS Pharmacy Northwest

6007 244th St SW, Ste A2, Mountlake Terrace, Washington state, USA 98043
425-356-3276

AXIS Pharmacy Northwest is a full-service retail pharmacy, including compounding (compounded medications are made based on a physician's prescription in which individual ingredients are mixed together in the exact strength and dosage form required by the patient). We have people who speak languages ranging from English to Spanish, Russian, Vietnamese, Arabic and Ukrainian.

AXIS free services include:

FREE Delivery service to all clients in our service area. Orders placed after 3:00 pm Mon-Sat will be delivered the next business day.
FREE House-Call “Flu Shot” Service
FREE 24 Hour PHONE ACCESS to our On-Call Pharmacist
FREE MAR Services (Medical Administration Records)

Camp Ten Trees

1122 E Pike St PMB #1488, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98122
206-288-9568

Camp Ten Trees is a nonprofit residential camp in Washington State for diverse youth who share common experiences to come together and form a community that is truly their own. In addition to traditional camp activities (e.g., swimming, archery, and nature hikes) campers engage in age-appropriate workshops exploring identity, issues of oppression/privilege, youth coalition building, social justice, and more.

GenPRIDE (Generations Aging With Pride)

401 Broadway Ave E #223, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98102
206-393-3400

GenPRIDE (Generations Aging with Pride) empowers older LGBTQ adults to live with pride and dignity by promoting, connecting, and developing innovative programs and services that enhance belonging and support, eliminate discrimination, and honor the lives of older members of our community.

Visit GenPRIDE's website for information about:

Training Classes
Upcoming Events Calendar
Resource Directory
Information and Assistance
GenPRIDE's Blog
Volunteer Opportunities

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