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Phone: 425-451-8838

By mail:
WWIN
232 5th Ave S, Suite 201
Kirkland, WA 98033

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Resources

Click on the categories below to explore other resources in our community.

General Community Resources / Other
  • Washington 211
  • WithinReach and their ResourceFinder
  • United Way Benefits Hub – Services include: Help paying for groceries, utility bill assistance, access to food, paying for the bus, mental health referrals, housing supports, and more
  • Seattle Utility Discount Program – Eligible households can enroll to receive a 60% discount on Seattle City Light bills and a 50% discount on Seattle Public Utilities bills.
  • Northwest Community Action Center (NCAC) – Programs to help individuals and families to achieve a greater level of self-sufficiency in the Yakima Valley.
  • AAUW of Washington – A non-profit organization in Washington state which works to change the climate for women and girls through education, research, advocacy, and philanthropy
  • Solid Ground – Housing, Transportation, and Food & Nutrition resources
  • Jubilee Women’s Center – Resources for low-income adult women including shelter, referrals, clothing, computer access, and more
  • YWCA – Housing, Health & Safety, Economic Advancement, and more
  • Beyond Force – Provides customized training for behavior management techniques, de-escalation, and workplace safety
  • Peer Washington – Cultivates powerful, healthy lives by providing peer emotional support and development services to disparately impacted communities throughout Washington state.
  • Together Center – Envisions a healthy, housed and thriving community where people easily access a range of compassionate services in one location.
Education, Scholarships, and Mentoring

 

Employment, Careers, and Business
  • Ada Developers Academy – A non-profit, cost-free coding school for women and gender expansive adults. They prioritize serving Black, Latine, Indigenous Americans, Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander, LGBTQIA+, and low-income people.
  • ANEW – Apprenticeships in construction and manufacturing
  • Beyond Force – Provides customized training for behavior management techniques, de-escalation, and workplace safety
  • Career Connect Washington – Career directory to search for open positions
  • Casa Latina – Advances the power and well-being of Latino immigrants through employment, education, and community organizing
  • College & Career Compass – Find your college path and connect with colleges
  • Dress for Success – Interview outfits, Employment Retention program, Career Center, and more
  • Firelands Worker United/Trabajadores Unidos – Build capacity of rural, multiracial working-class people and work towards healthy and affordable housing, healthcare and childcare for all, and green union jobs
  • First Gen Cohorts – Dedicated to first-generation college graduates’ career success
  • KD Hall Foundation – Women on the Rise program brings together women in leadership and young women professionals for opportunities of networking, building relationships, and hearing stories.
  • Let’s Talk Business – Free webinar series hosted by the WCWB. Topics include Business Startup & Planning, Social Media & Marketing, Finance, and more
  • Next Chapter – Transforming the tech sector to be fair, inclusive, and equitable by providing career pathways for people leaving incarceration.
  • Washington Career Bridge – Plan your education and career in Washington
  • Washington Center for Women in Business (WCWB) – Offers low- and no-cost services for comprehensive training and coaching on a variety of business topics to support entrepreneurs who want to explore starting a business or nonprofit or to grow and strengthen their existing small to medium sized business.
  • Women in Tech Global is a global community that aims to establish a strong network of women working in technology across the globe.

 

General Health
Dental Care
Mental Health
  • Open Path Collective – Affordable and sliding-scale therapy
  • Open Counseling – Providers who offer free or low-cost counseling
  • Peer Washington – Cultivates powerful, healthy lives by providing peer emotional support and development services to disparately impacted communities throughout Washington state.
  • The Washington Counselors of Color Network – “Serves an array of ethnic clients needing counseling and therapy from providers who understand the specific needs of people of color and various cultures. As licensed therapists and counselors, we have a variety of backgrounds, experiences, ethnicities and language skills needed to assist many ethnicities in Washington.”
  • Trauma and Social Interaction Consulting – Nanaymie Kasmira Godfrey, BSN, MS, LMHC, MHP, RM
Domestic Violence
Child Care
Housing
Technology

 

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