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Pike Market Senior Center & Food Bank
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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.

End of Life Washington
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PO Box 61369, Seattle, Washington state 98141
206-799-3362

End of Life Washington can help with talking to your loved ones about dying; making decisions about what you want at the end of life; talking to your physician about hospice, palliative care, and pain management; finding hospice providers; and understanding all options to achieve a peaceful death, including Washington’s Death with Dignity Act.

End of Life offers free client support services; Healthcare Advance Directive forms; Alzheimer’s and Dementia Advance Directive forms; Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST) forms; Advance Planning documents and information; WonderFile (file organizer with end-of-life planning documents); and presentations on end-of-life care planning, Advance Directives, and Washington’s Death with Dignity Act.

CHC Services
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21907 64th Ave W #230, Mountlake Terrace, Washington state 98043
425-275-5858

CHC Services is a local, doctor-owned, licensed and accredited company helping individuals remain in their homes by providing a wide range of services, including home care services provided by certified or registered nursing assistants ranging from companion care for seniors to hands on care for individuals with challenging and medically intensive care needs. Home health services include nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech language pathology.

Mountlake Terrace Plaza
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23303 58th Ave W, Mountlake Terrace, Washington state 98043
425-967-8014

Mountlake Terrace Plaza is a senior living community providing assisted living, independent living, and respite care.

Gay City – Seattle’s LGBTQ Center
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517 E Pike St, Seattle, Washington state 98122
206-860-6969

Gay City seeks to promote wellness in LGBTQ communities by providing health services, connecting people to resources, fostering arts, and building community. We have compiled a listing of businesses, organizations, and providers that offer LGBTQ-focused services or goods. Areas of focus include disability, cultural centers, youth, legal, arts, social organizations, elders, sobriety, health and wellness, trans & gender nonconforming, and housing.

United Churches Emergency Fund aka North End Emergency Fund
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4515 16th Avenue Northeast, Seattle, WA, USA, Washington state 98105
(206) 524-7885

We believe that everybody deserves a home. Since 1986, United Churches Emergency Fund has devoted its energy to passionately advocate for the prevention of homelessness.

UCEF was created in 1986 to provide information, referral and financial assistance to people in need residing in Northeast Seattle and to the homeless, without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status or disability.

PREVENTTION IS KEY! Our focus is to provide eviction protection to keep families and individuals from becoming homeless or to provide assistance to homeless families and individuals moving into housing.

We also offer the following items:

  • Bus tickets
  • Snack packs
  • Hygiene kits
  • Clothing vouchers

All of these items can be received every other month.

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
We can provide $150 of assistance with rent, utilities or move in costs to people living in the zipcodes of 98103, 98105, 98115 and 98125.

We can help once in a 12 month period and 3 times in a lifetime.

Please bring a current ID and a 6 month to one year lease or a current utility bill.

Please arrive between 10:30 and 12:15 to allow time for paperwork.

​Funds are limited

Katie King Melinda Franklin
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Katie King Melinda Franklin works with community members as part of their contribution as a member of the Momentia Seattle Stewardship Team.

Eldercare Consulting LLC
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2516 SW Portland Ct, Seattle, Washington state 98106
206-355-8965

With a network of relationships with vendors (e.g., in-home care providers, attorneys, doctors, medical suppliers, yard care teams, handymen, housekeepers, and more), Eldercare Consulting's services include care management, in-home care, transportation, housing transitions, and medical advocacy.

Neighborhood House
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1225 S Weller Street Ste 510, Seattle, Washington state 98144
206-461-8430

Areas of focus include early learning, youth education, family and social services, employment and adult education, health, and housing stability.

Homage Senior Services
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5026 196th St SW, Lynnwood, Washington state 98036
425-355-1112

Homage Senior Services promotes independence, preserving dignity, and enhancing the quality of life for older adults and people with disabilities in Snohomish County. Areas of focus include Food And Nutrition (Senior Dining, Meals on Wheels, and a Basic Food Program); Health And Wellness (Mental Health Services, Wellness Classes and Support Services); Social Services (Aging and Disability Resources, Family Caregiver Support Program, Relatives as Parents Program, Lifespan Respite, Medicare and Health Insurance, Multicultural Services, and Senior Companion Program); Home Repair (helping people keep their homes safe); and Transportation (helping people get where they need to go).

FEATURED PROGRAM:

Foster Grandparents Program

The Foster Grandparents Program at Homage Senior Services is a mentoring program designed to pair seniors with children with special and/or exceptional needs for one-on-one support at community locations (e.g., Schools, Daycares, Child Care Centers, Social Centers, Clubs or hospitals).

Individuals who meet income eligibility can receive a non-taxable hourly stipend (the stipend does not affect any benefits you may receive), mileage reimbursement, paid holidays, and ongoing training and recognition. Volunteers (55 and over) must commit to a minimum of 15 hours per week. Homage provides administrative support, volunteer recognition, and ongoing training.

Foster Grandparent Volunteers must be at least 55 years old, be available to volunteer at least 15 hours per week, and meet the low income eligibility requirement in order to receive the stipend. Foster Grandparent applicants go through an application process and an orientation/training process prior to being matched with children.

For more information on our Foster Grandparent Program, contact:

Adelheid Arbogast
Foster Grandparent Program Coordinator
aarbogast@homage.org
425-514-3188

Interested in volunteering to foster grandparents? Apply today:

https://www.homage.org/wp-content/uploads/FGP-VOLUNTEER-APPLICATION-PACKET-2017.docx

Seattle PrimeTimers
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PO Box 75651, Seattle, Washington state 98175

Seattle Prime Timers is a social and outreach organization for gay men over forty that supports other gay groups while fostering camaraderie between its members and the broader community.

Membership dues:
$35.00 annually with hard copy monthly newsletters mailed to member's address.
$25.00 annually with online-accessed newsletters.

Dues renew January of each year and are pro-rated on a quarterly basis for those joining during the year.

"Prime Timers' activities are as diverse as the membership. All events are member-generated and sponsored and are limited only to the imagination and support of the group."

Prime Timers Worldwide: FOR THE BEST TIMES OF YOUR LIFE
Prime Timers are older gay or bisexual men (and younger men who admire mature men) who enrich their social lives, engage in diverse activities, and enjoy opportunities and friendships with other Prime Timers throughout the world. Our organization is emerging as a leading force in the gay and bisexual communities with over 75 chapters throughout North America and Australia.

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.

Marigrace Becker
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325 9th Avenue, Seattle, WA, USA, Washington state 98104
(206) 744-2017

Marigrace Becker works with the UW Medicine Memory & Brain Wellness Center as part of their contribution as a member of the Momentia Seattle Stewardship Team.

Wallingford Community Senior Center
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4649 Sunnyside Ave N, Seattle, WA, USA, Suite 140, Washington state 98103
(206) 461-7825

Whether you are looking to learn something new, eat healthy and exercise to stay in shape, or play fun games with friends, you can find it at Wallingford Community Senior Center!

WCSC offers affordable – and some free! – opportunities. Here, you can meet and connect with friends while discovering new interests or refining old ones. You can also share a nutritious meal and stay active and healthy in a friendly and vibrant environment.

View our calendarfor the full schedule of what’s happening here at WCSC. For a general overview of our programs, read our current newsletter.

Call 206-461-7825 for more information about our programs. Need transportation? Call us.

Learn more and register for programs by email: register@wallingfordseniors.org

Assisted Living Research Institute (Washington)
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PO Box 45829, Washington state 98145-0826
1-800-622-3915

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.

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