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GSBA – Greater Seattle Business Association
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400 E Pike St Ste 322, Seattle, Washington state 98122
206-363-9188

The Greater Seattle Business Association (GSBA) is the largest LGBTQ and allied chamber of commerce in North America, representing over 1,300 small business, corporate, and nonprofit members who share the values of promoting equality and diversity in the workplace.

GSBA serves as a connector across the region, bringing the community together through business while advocating for civil rights and small business, promoting LGBTQ tourism through Travel Out Seattle, and investing in the next generation of leaders through the GSBA Scholarship Fund.

Living Care Lifestyles
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146 N Canal St Ste 220, Seattle, Washington state 98103
206-441-1770

Living Care Lifestyles is an informal coalition of senior care providers working together to provide advocacy and quality of care for the LGBT seniors of Washington State. Members offer their expertise in fields that include, but are not limited to, attorneys, community services and senior centers, fiduciaries, financial planning, government agencies, home care agencies, home health agencies, housing providers, information services, insurance providers, moving services, and pharmacy services.

SCS – Seattle Counseling Service
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1216 Pine St Ste 300, Seattle, Washington state 98101
206-323-1768

The Seattle Counseling Service (SCS) is committed to providing accessible services to all of our community. We have continuously found innovative strategies to meet the behavioral health needs of our diverse and complex LGBTQ community.

Areas of focus include:

Consultation + training: SCS staff are experts in issues relating to the LGBTQ community and can also speak generally or specifically about mental health and/or chemical dependency.

Testing + sexual health: We partner with other community organizations to provide free, confidential testing that is open to all. We also offer safe sex supplies and safe sex kits.

Support groups: Support groups can help provide a place to discuss your feelings, share information, and connect with peers and other members of the LGBTQ community.

We offer a sliding fee scale in addition to accepting Medicaid and many insurance plans.

Sound Generations Volunteer
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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.

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.

Emily Willet; MA, LMHC
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400 S Jefferson St., Ste 451, Spokane, WA, Washington state 99204
509-290-1525

Recovery Café
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2022 Boren Ave, Seattle, Washington state 98121
206-374-8731

Recovery Café offers a variety of regular activities and events to engage and support individuals on a recovery journey.

Activities and events include:
Community Meals; the “Sole Train” Walking Club; Yoga Classes; New Creation Community Worship: Inter-Faith Service; 12-Step Meetings; Refuge Recovery; Knitting Circle; Open Mic Night; Pathways to Recovery; and other Special Events.

Alliance of People with DisAbilities
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1120 E Terrace St, Seattle, Washington state 98122
206-545-7055

Alliance of People with DisAbilities focuses on employment options, accessible housing options, benefits planning, King county resources, emergency preparedness, utilities costs and assistance programs, voting, and transportation (e.g., fixed route bus service, Access service in West King County, and bus service in Eastern King County).

BABES Network | YWCA
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1118 Fifth Ave, Seattle, Washington state 98101
206-720-5566

The BABES Network provides peer support for women living with HIV, focusing on reducing isolation, promoting self-empowerment, and enhancing the quality of life. Services include one-on-one peer counseling, non-medical case management, support groups, educational forums, advocacy, social events and retreats, and a "BABES Talking" quarterly newsletter.

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