The King County Resource Guide contains information related to housing, food, emergency contact numbers, emergency financial assistance, clothing, household goods, transportation, legal assistance, support and advocacy.
The Snohomish County Resource Guide provides contact information for over 300 agencies. These agencies include resources for accessibility, advocacy, education, family and parent resources, healthcare, housing, legal, financial services and more.
The Community Action and Resource Guide for Pierce County contains information on clothing, food, housing, disabilities, mental health, financial, legal, and veterans resources. It also supplies hotline numbers, support groups and many other agencies.
The Spokane County Resource Guide supplies contact information for many agencies in the area. These include basic needs and emergency resources, clothing, food and household resources, community resources, and drug and alcohol prevention and recovery resources.
The Arc of King County provides support to all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities throughout their lives. Their programs include information and family support, supported living services, representative payee, homelessness prevention, and advocacy.
Dress for Success helps women select professional interview attire that will give them the confidence they need to secure the job.
Homelessness and housing resources are available in King County, Pierce County, Spokane County and Snohomish County. Resources for healthcare, food, housing, counseling, and job training and placement assistance may also be available.
Monica Meyer Consulting Inc. provides consulting services surrounding autism and assistive technology to employment, adult, and other similar programs. She is an advocate and promotes awareness of support needs of individuals with autism through training and work site development.
"Leveling the playing field for equal opportunity, economic power, independent living and inclusive communities." Able Opportunities has developed the Work Autonomy App that promotes independence on the job. They continue to develop innovative ways to promote independence and could use support in launching their vision for the next project.
APSE believes in Employment First, Employment for All. This nonprofit organization aims to shatter stereotypes surrounding supported employment, educate policy makers, share that supported employment is a proven benefit to businesses, and speak as a unified voice.
Community Employment Alliance in a nonprofit organization that believes in employment first and who's members consist of businesses and employment service providers for people with disabilities throughout Washington State. CEA members also take part in committee days, legislative briefings, and Employment for All Advocacy Day and promote the legislative priorities for the year. You can view 2019 legislative priorities here.
Located in King county, the Alliance of people with disabilities has three locations in Seattle, Auburn and Redmond. The Alliance works to make the communities more inclusive, accessible, and usable for everyone. Their programs are open to people with all types of disabilities.
Peer Seattle is a non-profit organization provides peer emotional support and development services to the LGBTQ community and their allies. Supports surround issues of mental health, chemical, and behavioral addiction, and chronic illness.