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Next Step Transitions
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PO Box 15420, Seattle, Washington state 98115
206-276-7271

Next Step Transitions is a move management company providing downsizing, move management, and packing/unpacking services. Residential organizing services are available for clients that are staying in their homes and want to make their spaces more manageable.

Christy Urdal, owner of Next Step Transitions, and a member of the LGBTQ Community, has a personal understanding of the needs of LGBTQ seniors and families.

Pride Foundation
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2014 E Madison St Ste 300, Seattle, Washington state 98122
206-323-3318

The Pride Foundation's areas of focus include:

Scholarships: Supporting inspirational LGBTQ and allied student leaders with crucial financial and community support.

Grants: Partnering with organizations to build a more inclusive world for LGBTQ people and communities with essential financial and technical support.

Initiatives: Partnering with local visionaries--from public officials, to business, faith, and grassroots leaders--on innovative strategies to strengthen Northwest communities.

Policy Advocacy: Advancing fundamental lived and legal equity through public education, legislation and ballot initiatives, shareholder advocacy, and engagement.

St. Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral
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1245 10th Avenue East, Seattle, WA, USA 98102
206.323.0300

Saint Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral strives to be: a house of prayer for all people, where we worship God and proclaim the reconciling Gospel of Jesus Christ; a loving, welcoming, inclusive community that nurtures faith, encourages service, and integrates social and environmental justice into our lives; a sacred gathering place for the Diocese of Olympia and the broader community in times of crisis, sorrow, and celebration.

Saint Mark's Cathedral is part of the Episcopal Church, and as a cathedral, serves as the seat of the Bishop of the Diocese of Olympia.

Spiritual practices include:

  • Daily prayer
  • Weekly worship
  • Regular study
  • Serving others
  • Taking Sabbath for renewal
  • Practicing hospitality to all
  • Generous, joyful giving from what we have been given

Harborview Medical Center
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325 9th Avenue, Seattle, WA, USA, Washington state 98104
206.744.3000

Harborview Medical Center is a comprehensive healthcare facility dedicated to providing specialized care for a broad spectrum of patients from throughout the Pacific Northwest, including the most vulnerable residents of King County.

As the only designated Level I adult and pediatric trauma and verified burn center in the state of Washington, Harborview serves as the regional trauma and burn referral center for Alaska, Montana and Idaho and the disaster preparedness and disaster control hospital for Seattle and King County.

Patients given priority for care include the non-English speaking poor; the uninsured or underinsured, victims of domestic violence or sexual assault; people incarcerated in King County's jails; people with mental illness or substance abuse problems, particularly those treated involuntarily; people with sexually transmitted diseases; and those who require specialized emergency, trauma or burn care.

45th Street Neighborcare Health
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1629 N 45th St, Seattle, Washington state 98103
206-633-3350

45th Street Neighborcare Health provides medical, dental, mental health, pharmacy and many other services for patients of all ages. Located in the Wallingford neighborhood, west of the University District.

CASC – Central Area Senior Center
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500 30th Ave S, Seattle, Washington state 98144
206-726-4926

The Central Area Senior Center (CASC), a program of Sound Generations, promotes the emotional, social and physical well-being of older adults. Participants attend Neighborhood Council meetings and special events, e.g., wedding receptions, birthday parties, and other social events. The center reflects the full diversity of age, race, class, culture, gender and diversity of thought.

Home Care Assistance
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7900 E Greenlake Dr N #106, Seattle, Washington state 98103
1-866-454-8346

Home Care Assistance services include hourly home care, 24-hour care, hospital-to-home care, Alzheimer's and dementia care, and specialized care (e.g., Parkinson's, senior and elderly, stroke, cancer, and hospice).

Seattle LGBTQ Commission
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810 3rd Ave Ste 750, Seattle, Washington state 98104
206-684-4500

The Seattle Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) Commission advises the Mayor, Council and departments about sexual minority issues, recommends policies and legislation, brings the sexual minority communities and the larger Seattle community together through long-range projects, and ensures that City departments fairly and equitably address sexual minority concerns as individuals and as a protected class. The LGBTQ Commission consists of 15 representative citizens of Seattle appointed by the Mayor and City Council to serve in an advisory capacity to the Mayor, City Council, Seattle Office for Civil Rights, and other Seattle City departments.

Cowlitz Indian Tribe (Elders Program)
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St. Mary's Center, 107 Spencer Road, Toledo, Washington state 98591
(360) 864-8727
Mission Statement
Enable Tribal Elders to live in the least restrictive, most appropriate environment possible and to encourage participation in cultural and wellness activities.

Elder Program Eligibility
Services are available to persons who are age 60 and over and enrolled in any federally recognized Tribe.

PS OLOC – Puget Sound Old Lesbians Organizing for Change
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253-777-3357

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.

VILLAGE GREEN retirement campus
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35419 1st Avenue South,, federal way, washington, Washington state 98003
253 838 3700

the natural choice for senior living

Cowlitz Tribal Health
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15455 65th Avenue South, Tukwila, WA, USA, Washington state 98188
(206) 721-5170

It is the Mission of the Cowlitz Indian Tribe, Health and Human Services Department to promote an optimal level of health and well-being for American Indians and Alaskan Natives by utilizing traditional, modern, and culturally sensitive medical and social service practices which create balance in the physical, mental, spiritual, and social components of life.

Cowlitz Tribal Health Seattle provides mental health counseling services to Alaska Native/Native American children, youth, families, adults, and those who are enrolled members or descendants of federally-recognized tribes. At this time, we are able to see First Nations members, state recognized tribal members, or self-attesting Native Americans with active Medicaid coverage. Our program seeks to provide culturally-grounded services that support community members on their path of healing. Providers in our program are masters level therapists who utilize traditional ways of knowing as well as mainstream practices to assist program participants in returning to emotional, physical, spiritual and social balance.

We accept many forms of commercial insurance as well as Medicaid and Medicare plans. Please contact us directly to discuss your current situation and we will explore how we can best serve you.

Camp Ten Trees
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1122 E Pike St PMB #1488, Seattle, Washington state 98122
206-288-9568

Camp Ten Trees is a nonprofit residential camp in Washington State for diverse youth who share common experiences to come together and form a community that is truly their own. In addition to traditional camp activities (e.g., swimming, archery, and nature hikes) campers engage in age-appropriate workshops exploring identity, issues of oppression/privilege, youth coalition building, social justice, and more.

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