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6400 Southcenter Blvd, Tukwila, Washington state 98188

Sound's specialized, innovative programs address complex mental health needs in the community. Sound has more than 80 programs, including:

Individual and group therapies
Chemical dependency/substance abuse services
Domestic violence, therapeutic foster care, and a range of children’s programs
Psychiatric services
Vocational services
Grief and loss counseling
Criminal justice and re-entry services
Services for the deaf and developmentally disabled
Crisis support services
Military and veterans’ programs

People’s Memorial Association

1801 12th Ave, Suite A, Seattle, WA 98122

Everyone deserves respect in life and death. People's Memorial Association seeks to reduce challenges during the difficult time when a loved one dies. We help create members who advocate for and educate themselves around memorial and end-of-life planning. Since 1939, we have been the thought-leader for funeral choice, education, and advocacy in Washington State.

PMA also offers a Document Storage Service to hold digital copies of funeral planning paperwork in response to requests made by members. For a one-time fee of $25 per member, PMA will scan and hold as many of your funeral documents as necessary for access by the funeral home of your choice at time of death.

Emily Willet; MA, LMHC

400 S Jefferson St., Ste 451, Spokane, WA, Washington state 99204

Pride at Work

300 10th Ave #B-103, Seattle, Washington state 98122

Pride at Work is an LGBTQ labor organization affiliated with the AFL-CIO advocating for LGBTQ inclusion within the labor movement, and for workers' rights within the LGBTQ community.


6811 S 204th St Ste 395, Kent WA, Washington state 98032

Realty services include Buying, Selling, Distinguished Properties, and Senior Home Sales Specialists.

Providence ElderPlace PACE Program

4515 Martin Luther King Junior Way South, Seattle, WA, USA 98108
  • Providence PACE (ElderPlace) program (Program of All-Inclusive care for the Elderly) is an innovative program that helps older adults remain independent in the community for as long as possible.


  • We specialize in serving the 55+, Medicaid population who are medically complex and require the services of a caregiver. We operate from an Interdisciplinary model of care and coordinate  all aspects of our participants heath care and social services.


  • We provide all transportation to and from medical appointments and our Adult Day Health activities program. We also provide durable medical equipment, prescribed medications, incontinence supplies and have onsite physical and occupational therapy at our clinics.


  • Providence ElderPlace is open Mon-Fri 8am-5pm with 24 hr on-call staff.


  • To learn more about our program and services call 206.320.5325 or find us on the web at: www.providence.org/elderplace

SCIDpda – Seattle Chinatown International District Preservation and Development Authority

PO Box 3302, Seattle, Washington state 98114

The SCIDpda provides services in four areas: culturally-relevant senior services, affordable housing and commercial property management, community economic development and community engagement, and real estate development.

A Helping Hand Homecare

1200 Westlake Ave N, Seattle, Washington state 98109

A Helping Hand Homecare's services include: Personal Care (bathing, dressing, toileting, wheelchair use, medication reminders, mobility help, and fall prevention); Household Chores (light housekeeping and laundry, meal preparation, pet care, medical appointment trips, errands and shopping, trips to social events, and physical therapy exercise assistance); Condition-Specific Care (hospice care support, home health care support, support for those with Alzheimer’s, COPD, and surgery recovery); and Nurse-Delegated Care (trained caregivers work under RN guidance to perform medication administration, tube feeding, wound care, and blood glucose monitoring).

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.

Pike Market Senior Center & Food Bank

85 Pike St Ste 200, Washington state 98101-2077
(206) 728-2773

In downtown Seattle, the Pike Market Senior Center strives to make each day better and safer for older adults; the Pike Market Food Bank serves people of all ages who face hunger. Together, we provide services, activities, and support that lead to more self sufficient and fulfilling lives.

The Pike Market Senior Center has three major programs, Senior Nutrition, Social Services, and Wellness/Engagement.

  • Senior Nutrition - PMSC serves two free meals to adults age 55 and older every day of the week. Please see our nondiscrimination policy.
  • Social Services and Resident Advocacy - Social workers are available to help clients find shelter and housing, access medical care, and to connect seniors with assistance programs like social security and food stamps. Residents of the housing within Pike Place Market are served by the Resident Advocate to ensure they receive the support necessary for them to remain independent and healthy.
  • Wellness-Engagement - PMSC offers fitness, art classes, trips and other activities to promote health and social engagement. A full schedule of classes and activities is available in the monthly newsletter, Parsley, Sage and Time (available online on our front page).
  • People of any age my visit the Pike Market Senior Center to select food for their dog or cat. We offer two cans and one bag of pet food per person, while supplies last. This service is offered through the very kind support of the Seattle Humane.

Mary Jane Knecht

(206) 432-8865

Mary Jane Knecht works with the Frye Art Museum as part of her contributions as a member of the Momentia Seattle Stewardship Team.

ODHH – Office of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing


ODHH serves deaf, hard of hearing and deaf-blind communities by providing equal access opportunities to effective communication in telecommunications, DSHS, and the daily lives of individuals.

Communication Access | Trainings for Service Providers, Hearing Loss Awareness, Hearing Aid Resources
Communication Technology | Assistive Communication Technology, Telecommunication Relay Services
Community Outreach | Calendar of Events
SLI Contracts & Resources | Sign Language Interpreter Contracts & Resources, List of Contractors, List of Certified Court Interpreters, Approved List of Interpreters and Rates, How to Request ODHH Approved Interpreter
Social & Human Services | Client Advocacy Service, Statewide DeafBlind Services
Trainings for Community Members | Community Training Announcements

Open Door Ministries

911 Stewart Street, Seattle, WA, USA, Washington state 98101

In the early 1990s, Bishop Lowell Knutson became concerned about the lack of Lutheran church support for gay and lesbian Christians and their families. Ron Shonke, an openly gay Lutheran pastor, was called to begin ministry with persons dealing with HIV/AIDS and gay and lesbian issues.
Since its creation Open Door Ministries has provided counseling, referral, and support to more than 21,000 people dealing with their faith in combination with HIV/AIDS and gay,lesbian, bi-sexual, and transgender issues.

Our Mission:

  • To extend Christ’s affirming, inclusive love to persons who have often felt excluded and condemned by church and society because of their sexual orientation or gender identity.
  • To encourage and support the Church and its members as they address issues of human sexuality and biblical interpretation.
  • To bring the compassion of Christ and his Church to persons affected by HIV/AIDS and other health-related issues.

Mayor’s Office for Senior Citizens

810 3rd Ave Ste 425, Seattle, Washington state 98104-1604

The Mayor's Office for Senior Citizens (MOSC) provides programs and referrals to services that support independent living, social and civic engagement, and healthy aging to make a positive difference in the lives of older adults and adults with disabilities.

Senior Discounts (for Seattle-King County Residents)--The Mayor's Office for Senior Citizens issues the Gold Card and FLASH Card for seniors and adults with disabilities.
55+ Employment Center--The Employment Resource Center assists job-seeking Seattle residents age 55 and over and helps local employers to find experienced, dedicated, and reliable employees. Services are free to both job seekers and employers.
Technology Resources--In addition to the technology courses taught on-site at the MOSC the City of Seattle is committed to promoting a technology healthy community so residents have the information technology training and access needed for civic and cultural participation, employment, and lifelong learning.
Coffee Hours--The Mayor's Office for Senior Citizens Coffee Hours are held on the third Thursday of every month at the Central Building and on other dates in Seattle neighborhoods. The events bring community elders closer to City officials to explore topics of interest. Presentations often include up-to-date information about healthy aging, legal and planning issues, and more.

AVER – American Veterans for Equal Rights

PMB 416 15127 Main St E Ste 104, Sumner, Washington state 98390

AVER is dedicated to advocating and serving the needs of America’s LGBT armed forces veterans with information, referral, and limited legal consultation regarding VA benefits claims.

AVER Veterans Affairs maintains liaison and coordination with other LGBT service organizations, e.g., TAVA (Transgender American Veterans Association), OutServe (the active duty LGBT service organization), S.W.A.N. (Service Women’s Action Network), SAGE (Services and Advocacy for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Elders), among others, and by serving on committees and boards and participating in forums and conferences regarding the rights and needs of LGBT service members.

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