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Pathway Law, PC

14900 Interurban Ave S #271, Seattle, Washington state 98168

Practice areas: Estate Planning | Elder Law | Nonprofit and Business Law

Legal services with a focus on estate planning, probate, and ERISA disability appeals with a particular interest in serving the legal needs of LGBTQ older adults.

LRP – Lavender Rights Project

2425 6th Ave S, Seattle, Washington state 98134

The Lavender Rights Project advances a more just and equitable society by providing low-cost civil legal services and community programming centered in values of social justice for trans and queer low-income people and other marginalized communities.

Areas of focus:

Legal Practices: Direct legal services to members of the trans and queer community, including anti-discrimination, wills and estate management, family law, dependency, and all trans/transition-related legal matters.

Coalition-Building: The Lavender Rights Project actively collaborates with referral/resource partners, community coalition partners, and collaborative program partners.

Mediation: Trans- and queer-competent mediators provide mediation for a variety of conflicts, such as employment law, family law, and public accommodations discrimination.

Know Your Rights Clinics: Programming and educational opportunities create trans and queer community resiliency through increasing community knowledge, skills, access to, and resources about legal rights.

Homage Senior Services

5026 196th St SW, Lynnwood, Washington state 98036

Homage Senior Services promotes independence, preserving dignity, and enhancing the quality of life for older adults and people with disabilities in Snohomish County. Areas of focus include Food And Nutrition (Senior Dining, Meals on Wheels, and a Basic Food Program); Health And Wellness (Mental Health Services, Wellness Classes and Support Services); Social Services (Aging and Disability Resources, Family Caregiver Support Program, Relatives as Parents Program, Lifespan Respite, Medicare and Health Insurance, Multicultural Services, and Senior Companion Program); Home Repair (helping people keep their homes safe); and Transportation (helping people get where they need to go).


Foster Grandparents Program

The Foster Grandparents Program at Homage Senior Services is a mentoring program designed to pair seniors with children with special and/or exceptional needs for one-on-one support at community locations (e.g., Schools, Daycares, Child Care Centers, Social Centers, Clubs or hospitals).

Individuals who meet income eligibility can receive a non-taxable hourly stipend (the stipend does not affect any benefits you may receive), mileage reimbursement, paid holidays, and ongoing training and recognition. Volunteers (55 and over) must commit to a minimum of 15 hours per week. Homage provides administrative support, volunteer recognition, and ongoing training.

Foster Grandparent Volunteers must be at least 55 years old, be available to volunteer at least 15 hours per week, and meet the low income eligibility requirement in order to receive the stipend. Foster Grandparent applicants go through an application process and an orientation/training process prior to being matched with children.

For more information on our Foster Grandparent Program, contact:

Adelheid Arbogast
Foster Grandparent Program Coordinator

Interested in volunteering to foster grandparents? Apply today:


Sea Mar Community Health Centers

8720 14th Ave S, Seattle, Washington state 98108

Sea Mar Community Health Centers provide quality, comprehensive health, human, housing, educational and cultural services to diverse communities, specializing in service to Latinos in Washington state. Sea Mar serves all persons without regard to race, ethnicity, immigration status, gender, or sexual orientation, and regardless of ability to pay for services. Sea Mar's network of services includes more than 90 medical, dental, and behavioral health clinics and a wide variety of nutritional, social, and educational services.

Bethany United Church of Christ

6230 Beacon Avenue South, Seattle, WA, USA, Washington state 98108

Every week, we as a community, need to be reminded that we are Beloved, and that we are called to be a Beloved Community. As we come to see that God truly sees us as Beloved, we as a community will respond by being and living as God’s Beloved.

For God has loved you, loves you now, and will love you always. This is the good news of God. Come and see each week, here at Beloved Bethany, the good news alive and growing in this community of faith.

Weekly services held on Sundays at 10:30 am; worship is followed by a shared community meal.

All Are Welcome: Immigrants, Refugees, Muslims, Jews, LGBTQ.
All are Beloved of God.
Peace, Shalom, Salaam.

  • Sunday Worship Service - 10:30AM
  • ReWA Preschool Head Start Program, Half Day and Full Day - Mon-Fri
  • Youth Undoing Insitutional Racism - Thursdays 4:30-6:30PM
  • Church Food Bank - Wednesdays and Fridays, 12-2PM

Community Peer Respite Planning Council

In times of crisis, individuals may feel alone or overwhelmed by their emotions, such as anxiety, panic, anger, fear, sadness, lack of control, and extreme experiences. At a peer respite people can turn crisis into wellness. With increased skills and peer support individuals may reduce or eliminate the effects of pressures that may cause overwhelming emotional distress. Community Peer Respite Planning Council os a grassroots, peer-led group developing and advocating for a peer respite in King County, WA.

A peer respite is a voluntary, short-term overnight program that provides non-clinical peer support for individuals to find understanding and ways to move through crises. Peer respite operates 24 hours a day in a home-like environment that has at a minimum, a kitchen, bathroom, laundry room, living room space, and individual bedrooms. Peer respite serves individuals who are 18 years or older who are able to perform activities of daily living. A person interested in using the peer respite must self-refer, and people can leave the peer respite to go to work, appointments, meetings, etc. The peer respite is staffed 24/7 by individuals who have common life experiences with the people they are serving.

Community Peer Respite Values

  • Self-determination - We strive for individuals to make choices, achieve autonomy and be the expert of their wellness.
  • Mutuality - We support one another towards a common goal while respecting individuality and choice.
  • Respect - We embrace certain rights such as confidentiality. We recognize that respect may have different meanings and we appreciate those differences. We are aware that language matters. We appreciate this space and use it with care.
  • Wellness - We believe that wellness is defined individually and can be achieved with support and encouragement.
  • Community - We support individuals to seek out and make contact with others at the peer respite and within their community of choice as a way to find purpose and belonging.

Benefits of a Peer Respite

  • Provides peer support, which is affordable, effective and peer oriented.
  • Peer respites can prevent trauma that may occur with hospitalization: coercion, forced treatment, loss of dignity and loss of housing and employment in the community.
  • Peer respite is a community support.
  • Peer respite expands and diversifies available crisis services.
  • Peer respites can integrate emotional, spiritual, behavioral, and physical aspects of a person.


Find us on Facebook at "Community Peer Respite - King County". For more information, or to join the CPRP contact Cindy Olejar at cindyolejar@yahoo.com

Retirement Connection

11900 NE 1st street, suite 300, bellevue, washington 98005
253 642 6682

The official website for Retirement Connection Guide- designed for Boomers, Seniors, Caregivers & Providers to search more than 150+ topics of information and connect you with a quick and complete reference of providers and services. Our educational articles, business profiles, event postings, and help pages are available to offer ongoing support. The printed Retirement Connection Guide can be picked up at many convenient locations or ordered from this website. We currently cover four local markets with our print guide. The Portland/Vancouver edition covers Multnomah, Clackamas, Washington and Clark Counties. The Mid-Willamette edition covers Marion, Polk, Yamhill, Benton, Lincoln and Linn Counties. The Southern Oregon edition covers Grants Pass, Klamath Falls, Medford and Roseburg. The Puget Sound edition covers Snohomish, King and Pierce Counties.

Burien Nursing and Rehabilitation Center

1031 SW 130th St, Burien, Washington state 98146

Areas of focus include:

Nursing Services | 24-hour skilled care and rehabilitation services.

Social Services | Assisting patients and their families during transitional periods, providing essential information, managing requests and concerns, and helping in care planning and discharge planning.

Rehabilitation | Individualized programs to reach goals of increased independence and ability. Patient families are also encouraged to participate in therapy sessions, caregiver education, and training.

Long Term and End of Life Care | Care focusing on differing populations of individuals--many patients require several days or weeks of medical care and therapy before they can safely return home or to a lower level of care.

ReWA – Refugee Women’s Alliance

4008 Martin Luther King Jr Way S, Seattle, Washington state 98108

ReWA's services focus on employment, behavioral health, domestic violence, an early learning center, English as a second language (ESL), family empowerment, homelessness prevention, naturalization services, and both senior and youth programs.

Fedelta Home Care

155 NE 100th St Ste 200, Seattle, Washington state 98125

Services include elderly home care; care management & RN oversight; comprehensive in-home care assessment and planning; flexible in-home care options without long-term contracts; short shifts (1 to 4 hours), hourly care, overnight care, respite care, transitional care, travel services, skilled nursing care; friendly companionship & conversation; bathing, dressing & grooming assistance; light housekeeping; transportation & errands; meal prep planning; foot care; medication reminders & glucose monitoring; wound care & skilled nursing services; toileting & incontinence care; ambulation support & transfer assistance; and end-of-life comfort and care.


2000 112th Avenue NE, Suite D, Bellevue, WA, Washington state 98004

Providing reverse mortgages for senior homeowners and purchasers.

Katie King Melinda Franklin

Katie King Melinda Franklin works with community members as part of their contribution as a member of the Momentia Seattle Stewardship Team.

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