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Seattle PrimeTimers
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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.

SESSC – Southeast Seattle Senior Center
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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.

SHA – Seattle Housing Authority
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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.

Ingersoll Gender Center
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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.

Public Health – Seattle & King County HIV/STD Program
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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.

Home Care Assistance
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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).

PSARA – Puget Sound Advocates for Retirement Action
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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.

Mountlake Terrace Plaza
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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.

Alliance of People with DisAbilities
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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).

Emerald City Medical Arts
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16 Roy St, Seattle, Washington state, USA 98109
206-281-1616

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

The Northwest LGBT Senior Care Providers Network
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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.

Lifelong
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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.

Sound
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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

NW Network of BTLG Survivors of Abuse
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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.

United Churches Emergency Fund aka North End Emergency Fund
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4515 16th Avenue Northeast, Seattle, WA, USA, Washington state, USA 98105
(206) 524-7885

We believe that everybody deserves a home. Since 1986, United Churches Emergency Fund has devoted its energy to passionately advocate for the prevention of homelessness.

UCEF was created in 1986 to provide information, referral and financial assistance to people in need residing in Northeast Seattle and to the homeless, without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status or disability.

PREVENTTION IS KEY! Our focus is to provide eviction protection to keep families and individuals from becoming homeless or to provide assistance to homeless families and individuals moving into housing.

We also offer the following items:

  • Bus tickets
  • Snack packs
  • Hygiene kits
  • Clothing vouchers

All of these items can be received every other month.

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
We can provide $150 of assistance with rent, utilities or move in costs to people living in the zipcodes of 98103, 98105, 98115 and 98125.

We can help once in a 12 month period and 3 times in a lifetime.

Please bring a current ID and a 6 month to one year lease or a current utility bill.

Please arrive between 10:30 and 12:15 to allow time for paperwork.

​Funds are limited

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