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P.O. Box 15420, Seattle WA, Washington state 98115

NextStep Transitions is Seattle’s relocation and moving management specialist. We provide stress-free relocation and moving management solutions and logistical assistance throughout the many stages of your relocation.

Seattle residents and businesses have come to rely on us for the personalized support we provide. Our goal is to ensure that every client has a positive experience with their next transition. To see how we can help with your upcoming move, schedule a free consultation.

The Qlaw Foundation of Washington LGBTQ Legal Clinic

Washington state
(206) 483-2725

LGBT Legal Clinic

The QLaw Foundation LGBTQ Legal Clinic offers a free 30-minute consultation with a volunteer attorney. Attorneys determine whether the client has a legal problem, suggest possible options, and provide appropriate referrals. These attorneys will not represent you in court. Our attorneys are specially trained to discuss legal issues commonly faced by members of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community, and we welcome all clients regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. Attorneys may not have expertise in all areas of the law, but they will make every attempt to answer questions accurately.

We can help with any civil legal issue (i.e., not criminal) including, but not limited to:

  • Protecting relationships, advising about powers of attorney, etc.
  • Protecting parental rights, including adoption options
  • Divorce or domestic partnership dissolution
  • Debt and bankruptcy problems
  • Changing legal name and gender
  • Discrimination (employment, housing, insurance, schools, etc.)
  • Wills and estate planning

We are not able to:

  • Give advice on criminal legal issues
  • Provide court representation
  • Help those living outside King County, Washington (unless they have a legal issue in King County), but we will try to connect you with resources to assist you
  • Give legal advice over the phone or via e-mail (so please do not send us any sensitive information via e-mail or in voicemail)

Consultations are by appointment only. To make an appointment call (206) 267-7070 Tuesday through Thursday from 9:00am- 12:00 pm, and request the QLaw Legal Clinic. The scheduling line receives a high volume of calls so you may experience wait times between 5 to 10 minutes. The QLaw Foundation LGBTQ Legal Clinic is organized by the QLaw Foundation and is one of the King County Bar Association’s Neighborhood Legal Clinics. We would like to thank Seattle Counseling Services (SCS) for its generous support of the clinic.

Korean Women’s Association

123 East 96th Street, Washington state 98445
(253) 535-4202

Korean Women's Association (also known as KWA) provides services in 11 Western Washington counties with 1,400+ employees serving the diverse needs of more than 10,000 people each year.

Programs and Services Include:

  • Senior Wellness
  • Benefit Enrollment
  • Citizenship Support
  • Elder Abuse Advocacy
  • Domestic Violence Advocacy & Shelter
  • Community & Behavioral Health Navigation
  • In-Home Care
  • Senior Activity Centers
  • Community Center
  • Affordable Housing

Our mission is to provide multi-cultural, multi-lingual human services, regardless of race or ethnic background, to diverse communities through education, socialization, advocacy, and support.

PS OLOC – Puget Sound Old Lesbians Organizing for Change


Puget Sound Old Lesbians Organizing for Change (PS OLOC) focuses on connecting old lesbians throughout the Puget Sound area to form community and to encourage participation in activities and causes that improve their lives and increase visibility.

PS OLOC is a chapter of the National OLOC, Old Lesbians Organizing for Change, which focuses on raising consciousness about ageism among old lesbians within the LGBTQ community and society at large.

Cecily Kaplan

525 N 85th St, Seattle, WA, USA 98103
(206) 297-0875

Cecily Kaplan works with the Alzheimer's Association as part of their contribution as a member of the Momentia Seattle Stewardship Team.

Assisted Living Research Institute (Washington)

PO Box 45829, Washington state 98145-0826

Assisted Living Research Institute is dedicated to enhancing the lives of older adults by compiling comprehensive research, the latest studies, and real-world insight from experts, caregivers, and seniors into easy-to-understand, actionable guides and resources.

The Washington State website provides information on:

Directory of Assisted Living Facilities; Assisted Living Directory Tool; Paying For Assisted Living; The Cost of Assisted Living; Financial Assistance for Assisted Living; Washington State Long-Term Care Services; More Ways to Finance Assisted Living; Free Assisted Living Resources; Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program; Area Agencies on Aging; Veterans Affairs; Social Security Offices; Assisted Living Laws and Regulations; Assisted Living Admission Requirements; Assisted Living Scope of Care; Assisted Living Medicaid Policy; Assisted Living Facility Requirements; Medication Management Regulations; Staffing Requirements; Staff Training Requirements; Background Checks for Assisted Living; and Requirements for Reporting Abuse.

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

Securian Advisors Northwest, LLC

2033 6th Ave Ste 1011, Seattle, Washington state 98121

Securian Advisors Northwest, LLC offers financial products and services, including wealth management for life; comprehensive, fee-based financial planning; investment strategies and asset management; insurance and risk management; estate planning; business planning; retirement plans/qualified plans; and employee benefits.

Sound Generations Volunteer

Washington state
(206) 448-5757

Simply put, without volunteers, we couldn’t help nearly 65,000 King County residents each yearIn 2018, 1,417 individuals donated 74,368 hours!

You’ll find them serving meals in a variety of locations and delivering food directly to homebound seniors. They make senior centers hum, providing administrative support, teaching classes and more. They ensure that older adults are connected to their communities by providing rides. We continue to seek more opportunities for volunteers of all ages find a way to put their extraordinary talents to work on behalf of older adults and adults with disabilities across King County.

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