ARMS AROUND YOU - WOMEN'S TRANSITIONAL HOME IN KING COUNTY!
WHERE: South King County
WHAT: A residential, transitional home, specifically for women in transition within King County. All interested women in custody of D.O.C must either mail a letter of interest to our office or have their pre-release planner contact our office to schedule a over the phone interview. Any other women are welcome to call or send an email about your interest. It is important that all women housed with us are a good fit for the program and will go through a application process.
Email to or Call 206.629.6405.
HAVE YOU RELEASED FROM JUVENILE DETENTION, COUNTY JAIL OR PRISON WITHIN THE LAST 12 MONTHS?
WHAT: The Reentry Rapid Response Project provides reentry triage services to justice-involved individuals upon release to the community.
Our services assess the barriers individuals experience in transitioning to the community and provide referrals to resources such as transportation, housing, behavior health, food, clothing, and healthcare. Our goal is to get you connected to the resources you need for transition to sustainable employment.
WHERE: GRAYS, LEWIS, THURSTON, MASON OR PACIFIC COUNTY
Check out this REENTRY RAPID RESPONSE RESOURCE HERE.
WA LISTENS - 1.833.681.0211!
WHAT: A new program that provides nonclinical support to people experiencing elevated stress due to COVID-19.
More information HERE.
WHERE: Washington State
CHILDCARE RESOURCE-KING COUNTY
NEED HELP WITH CHILD CARE COSTS? your income, work schedule, or access to child care has been negatively impacted by COVID-19 You may qualify for financial assistance to pay for child care if you live or work in King County, fall within income guidelines and… Call or text 1-800-446-1114 to request an application or you are an essential worker or fill out an online application HERE.
Flyer available in various languages:
SEATTLE DACA SCHOLARSHIP ASSISTANCE
WHEN: Until funds run out
WHERE: No walkins; apply online or by phone; must have capacity to video chat
WHAT: Through a partnership with the City of Seattle Office of Immigrant & Refugee Affairs (OIRA) and Facebook, El Centro de la Raza will administer DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) scholarship funds on a first-come, first-served basis until funds run out. Successful DACA scholarship grantees will receive a check made out to the Department of Homeland Security to submit with their DACA renewal application.
There is no minimum or maximum income requirement. While the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) recommends filing for renewal between 150 and 120 days from when your DACA expires, requests received earlier than 150 days and up to 365 days in advance are currently being accepted. However, this could result in an overlap between your current DACA and your renewal.
Scholarship funds are available to individuals who:
· Have or previously had DACA status AND
· Have a completed DACA renewal application AND
· Who reside, work, or go to school in Seattle
· Note that the address on your scholarship application must be the same as the address on your DACA renewal application.
· You must have a copy of your Employment Authorization Document (EAD)available during your appointment.
2) Schedule a Phone Appointment (no walkins, and you must have the capacity to video chat)
· Go to El Centro’s DACA scheduling webpage OR
· Call Dulce Gutierrez Vasquez at 957.4605x 305 OR
· Email firstname.lastname@example.org
DACA Renewal Resources: