COVID

Community Health Resources

Are you or your family experiencing challenges with COVID-19 and need support?  If so, the community is here to help. Please feel free to reach out directly to Ms. Sarah or Mr. Michael confidentially to share your needs or experiences

Safe gatherings

Community spread of the coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) continues to increase and cases of COVID-19 cases are surging in King County and Washington state. Public health officials urge families, students, and staff to avoid gathering in groups larger than 5 people outside of your household and limit the time that you must gather; wear masks, both indoors and outdoors when you are around anyone outside of your household; and keep at least 6 feet of physical distance. Find tips for safer gatherings here.

 

COVID-19 in Children and Teens

Click here.

 

King County Coronavirus Resources for Families and Students (in multiple languages)

Crisis Connections: covers King County and surrounding areas; five programs focused on serving the emotional and physical needs of people across Washington state
Call 206-461-3222, or 866-4CRISIS
Programs include the 24-Hour Crisis Line, King County 2-1-1, Teen Link, WA Recovery Help Line and WA Warm Line

 

Culturally Relevant Health - Black mental health matters: culturally relevant resources are available in King County

 

Resources for Self-care, Mental Health and Well being

Washington Listens (1-833-681-0211) support line for anyone feeling overwhelmed or in crisis.  Call 9am-9pm, Monday-Friday; 9am-6pm, Saturday-Sunday

Visit website here.

 

WA Dept. of Health - Support for mental health and well being 

Washington 211: free referral and informational help line that connects people to health and human services, available 24/7
Call 211
211 also has a database of resources, with searches including crisis-intervention hotlines, outpatient substance-abuse treatment and general counseling services

 

Supporting others in crisis (Public Health - Seattle & King County)

Visit website here.

 

Community support and well being (PHSKC)

Visit website here.

 

Coping with COVID-related stress (CDC)

Visit website here.

 

COVID-19 Childcare Support in King County

Visit the website here.

 

City of Seattle Childcare Vouchers Available through December 2020

Visit the website here.