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Drugrehab.com
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1 South Orange Avenue, Orlando, FL, USA, Suite 503, Washington state 32801

Substance use disorders have a greater effect on LGBTQ+ people than on the heterosexual population. The LGBTQ+ community must overcome several obstacles, including being denied substance abuse treatment because of their sexual identity. However, through the proper understanding and accommodation of LGBTQ+ care principles, substance abuse treatment can be successful.

Members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community have rates of substance abuse higher than those of the general population. Their daily battles with discrimination and stigma cause high levels of stress that may push them toward drug and alcohol use.

At DrugRehab.com, our mission is to equip patients and families with the best information, resources and tools to overcome addiction and pursue lifelong recovery. We are here to help you or your loved one every step of the way.

ADS – Aging and Disability Services, Seattle/King County
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PO Box 34215, Seattle, Washington state 98124-4215
206-684-0660

Aging and Disability Services (ADS) plans, coordinates, and advocates for a comprehensive service delivery system for older adults, family caregivers, and people with disabilities in King County.

People’s Memorial Association
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1801 12th Ave, Suite A, Seattle, WA 98122
206-325-0489

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.

Mature Friends
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PO Box 21203, Seattle, Washington state 98111
206-795-7731

A gay, over 40, active, fun-loving group that meets regularly to share common interests such as traveling (both locally and internationally), arts events, playing bridge or pinochle, reading and discussing books, making investments, touring gardens, taking walks and going on hikes, dinners and lunches, cooking, and tasting fine wines.

Membership dues: $40 per year paid on July 1; the dues are prorated for those who join in mid-year.

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.

ACLU of Washington
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901 5th Ave Ste 630, Seattle, Washington state 98164
206-624-2184

The ACLU is the nation's premier civil rights and civil liberties organization. The ACLU of Washington, as the state affiliate of the ACLU, works to ensure that justice, freedom, and equality are realities for all people in Washington state, with particular attention to the rights of people and groups who have historically been disenfranchised.

Areas of focus include, but are not limited to, Student Discipline, Smart Justice, Putting Patients First, Second Chances, Transgender Rights, Voting Rights, LGBT Rights, Youth Rights, Student Rights, Healthcare Access, Criminal Justice, and the War on Drugs.

Liberation United Church of Christ
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832 32nd Avenue, Seattle, WA, USA, Washington state 98122

Liberation would like to thank everyone who joined us for our tenth anniversary service. We celebrated a decade of prophetic, radically inclusive ministry and looked forward to another ten years of relevant spirituality and socially just works.

At Liberation United Church of Christ, we embrace the teaching that each person is "fearfully and wonderfully made" (Psalm 139). Variations in sexual orientation, gender/gender identity, race, and ability are to be honored and celebrated as manifestations of God's creativity and will.

We are free to be intentionally radically inclusive, welcoming all persons; irrespective of gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, race, socioeconomic status, or any other marginalized identity. Every person in the world is important to God. We are members of one body in Christ and none of us is a foreigner of an outsider. We belong to the same human family and Jesus is the one who unites us.

We seek to live out the call to liberation we see scripture. Whoever you are, and whatever marginalization you may have experienced in other faith communities, you can expect welcome, affirmation, and inclusion here.

Pacific Asian Empowerment Program
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270 South Hanford St. Suite 204, Washington state 98134
206-324-0236

PAEP or Pacific Asian Empowerment Program was born out of a grassroots demand by Filipinos, Tongans, Hmong, Mien, Laotians, Samoan, Polynesian volunteers, and clients demanding changes from oppression and lack of understanding by larger groups and agencies that had not been culturally sensitive to their heritage and needs.

PAEP and its Senior Nutrition Congregate Meal Program addresses many important issues such as diminishing and alleviating hunger, isolation, loneliness, depression, malnutrition, obesity, inactivity, and sedentary lifestyles.  When the seniors come to the meal sites they socialize, exercise, listen to music, sing, dance, eat a healthy and tasty meal using ingredients similar to the foods they were used to eat back home.  The seniors receive good, helpful information, peer counselling, information and referral, food bank donated items.  They sometimes play bingo, watch the news and discuss issues and current events with others.  We are helping families and seniors in the Seattle, King County area to live healthier, happier and more independent lives, thus contributing to an improved community with a healthier and more productive population.

Karin Conner, MSW, DCSW, LICSW, LMHC, CMHS
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200 E. 22nd Street, Vancouver, WA, Washington state 99204
509-551-1813

new option elderly care – afh
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110 Kensington Ave S,, kent washington, Washington state 98030
253 277 2928

personalized long term care in a home enviroment

Yoga & Movement with Beth Award
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206-949-7084

"As a yoga and movement instructor, my mission is to assist people so that they feel better in their bodies. In public classes, private instruction, and workshops, I draw from yoga, biomechanics, deep tissue release, and strength education to address discomfort and imbalances. My clear instruction style stems from a desire to make what I teach as accessible as possible. I want to support students' capacities to trust their own innate intelligence, and to cultivate an appropriate balance of strength and flexibility.
In the last 3 years, I have worked one-on-one with students ranging from 60-94 years of age. I am skilled at adapting movement and postures, and use a number of props to achieve desired outcomes such as creating better joint movement, "un-sticking" connective tissue, or mobilizing muscles for support, to name just a few. I have taught yoga since 2003 and am a Registered Yoga Teacher (E-RYT 200) through Yoga Alliance. By spring of 2017 I will have completed my E-RYT 500 hour training through Seattle Yoga Arts (www.seattleyogaarts.com), one of the oldest and most respected yoga studios in the city." -- Beth Award

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

Seattle First Baptist Church
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1111 Harvard Avenue, Seattle, WA, USA 98122
206.325.6051

Lesbians, gay men, bisexuals and transgendered individuals are fully welcome at Seattle First Baptist, and have been welcome here for decades. A support group for gay men was first formed by one of our pastors in the 1960s. A lesbian couple was married here in the 1980s (they are still together, by the way). When Washington State allowed same-sex couples to marry in 2012, we hosted a ceremony for 25 couples from the community. Today all individuals are welcome to fully participate here — our leadership and active membership includes individuals who serve fully and faithfully regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.

Here you are encouraged to be fully who you are.
Here you are accepted, valued, and encouraged to grow into the complete individual that God wants you to be.
Here you can forget about the barriers that still divide so many parts of our society.
Here you are invited, just as you are, to join us, just as we are, in a mutual journey of love, support and respect.

Seattle First Baptist is a church community that seeks to follow the way of Jesus Christ, to be a people of God and to love and care for our neighbors. We invite you to be part of us for one website visit, one worship service, or for a lifetime. Seattle First Baptist is affiliated with the American Baptist Churches USA and values traditional historic Baptist principles such as Soul Freedom — the right of each person to interpret the Bible and other teachings for her or himself, the Separation of Church and State and the Autonomy of the congregation. As a church we value our communal times of worship, music and education together, and we encourage individuals to discover and walk their spiritual path in solitude and in community, in small groups and large, and in individual spiritual direction.

Crisis Connections
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9725 3rd Ave NE #300, Seattle, Washington state 98115
206-461-3222

Crisis Connections (formerly Crisis Clinic) is home to five programs focused on serving the emotional and physical needs of individuals across Washington State. These programs include the 24-Hour Crisis Line, King County 2-1-1, Teen Link, WA Recovery Help Line, and WA Warm Line.

Over 400 trained volunteers and experienced staff provide support, resources and certified training for King County and other communities statewide.

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