Off-Reservation Resources

Off-Reservation Resources for Elders & People with Disabilities

Pierce County Disability Services




Pierce County Aging and Disability

(253) 798-4600
1305 Tacoma Ave S 

Older Adults and Individuals with Disabilities

Catholic Community Services

(253) 383-3697
1323 Yakima Ave, Tacoma

Variety of Services

Pierce County Coalition of Developmental Disabilities

(253) 564-0707
3716 Pacific Ave Ste A

 Variety of Services such as help families and individuals with home buyers purchase a home for family member with a developmental disability 

Tacoma Area Coalition of Individuals with disabilities TACID

(253) 565-9000
6315 South 19th St, Tacoma, WA

Promote the independence of individuals with disabilities 

King County Disability Resources




King County Aging and Disability 

South King County: (206) 615-1855
Main Office: (206) 684-0660

To access more information, call Community Living Connections below

Community Living Connections

Toll Free: 1-844-348-5464
(206) 962-8467

Assistance accessing community resources, planning for long-term needs, access for family care-giver support

King County Senior Resources




Washington State Long-Term Ombudsman

Information Line

If you have a family member is a nursing home, or a long-term facility, your family member has the right to dignity, quality of life while they stay there

South King County Case Management Program

(206) 448-3110
600 SW 39 St Suite 155 Renton, WA

Assists residents with significant health and social needs

Neighborhood House

(206) 923-6700 ex. 3112

Referrals related to aging and disability 
The team will create a tailor list of resources that meets your family’s unique needs

Healthy Homes Care Coordination

(206) 923-6702

Medicaid Recipients of King County. A Care Coordinator will meet you at your home and work towards your goals

Alzheimer’s Association

24/7 Hotline: 1-800-272-3900

Provides reliable information and support 

Off-Reservation Employment Resources

Pierce County Job Readiness Resources




Centro Lationo SER

1208 S 10th St, Tacoma, WA

Adult Employment and Education

MDC Educational Opportunity CenterGoodwill

714 S 27th St, Tacoma, WA

Educational Supports for educational planning, career advising and exploration

Goodwill Industries

714 South 27th St Tacoma

Provides wide variety of job training and placement services. Also serves youth 16-24

WorkSource Piece County

1305 Tacoma Ave S

Educational and Employment Planning

Labor Works

5944 6th Ave Tacoma

Offers jobs daily including weekends

Tacoma Community House

1314 S L St Tacoma

Provides assistance to immigrants



Services to meet your unique employment goals, also serves youth 17-21

Pierce County Job Readiness Resources




Auburn WorkSource

2707 I St NE Auburn

Employment planning

Casa Latina

317 17th Ave S Central Seattle

Day laboring dispatching and housecleaning dispatching


700 Virginia St Seattle

16 weeks of culinary training


700 Dearborn Place S Seattle

Job Training and Education

Millionaire Club Charity

2515 Western Ave Seattle

Places clients in temporary day labor and full time jobs

Pioneer Human Services

7000 Highland Park Way SW Seattle

Re-Entry Program for Criminal Conviction

YWCA BankWork$

Various Locations

Job training and job placement for women in the banking industry

Orion Industries

1590 A St NE Auburn

Variety of Job Placement

Multi-Service Center

253-838-6810 ex 119
1200 S 336th Federal Way

Eliminates barriers and helps with job readiness

Off-Reservation Financial Assistance Resources

Pierce County Rental Financial Assistance




All Saints Parish

(877) 501-2233
204 6th Ave SW, Puyallup, WA

Puyallup Households

Salvation Army Puyallup

(253) 841-1491
4009 9th St SW, South Hill

Puyallup Households

St. Francis Cabrini Church

(253) 655-7837
5715 108th St SW, Lakewood, WA

98499, 98439, Call on Monday

St. Vincent De Paul

(253) 851-0554
3510 Rosedale St NW, Gig Harbor, WA

98329, 98332, 98335, 98349, 98351, 98394

Benevolence Program

(253) 582-1000
5400 112th St SW, Lakewood, WA

98499, 98498, 98439

King County Financial Assistance

Assistance is limited for each resource.




Washington Connection (DSHS)

(877) 501-2233
810 28th St NE, Auburn, WA

Provides low income assistance for families, refugees, pregnant women, and people who are aged, blind, or disabled.

Nexus 4 Kids

(253) 275-1636
1000 Auburn Way South, Auburn, WA

Assistance for Youth, Case by Case Basis

Multi- Service Center

(253) 893-0024
1200 S 336th St, Federal Way, WA

First or Third Tuesday of the Month between 9 and Noon. Or submit Online application

St. Vincent De Paul

(253) 833-2546
717 Auburn Way N

Financial and Food Assistance

Auburn Food Bank

(253) 833-8925
930 18th PL NE, Auburn, WA

In person intake at 7 am, last working day of the month only

Salvation Army

(253) 852-4983
1209 Central Ave S, Suite 145, Kent, WA

M-F: 10-2Only Accept calls between the 6th and 14th of the month: Notice Required

Catholic Community Services

(253) 850-2523
1229 W Smith St, Kent, WA

Friday: 10:00 am -12:00 pm

Plateau Outreach

(360) 825-8961
1806 Cole St, Enumclaw, WA

Serves Enumclaw residents, M, W, TH9:30-11:30

Kent Methodist

(253) 852-0993
11010 Se 248th St, Kent, WA 

Serves Kent residents, Call M, 9am, first served W appt.

Federal Way Community Caregiving Network

(253) 661-0505
345 S 312st St, Federal Way, WA

Rent, gas voucher for Federal Way School District

Saint Martin of Tours

(253) 970-9037
2303 54th Ave E, Fife, WA

98354, 98424


(206) 209-5677
3800 S Myrtle St, The Willows, Seattle, WA

Seattle City Limits, Eviction Notice or Shut Off Notice Required

Byrd Barr Place

(206) 812-4940
722 18th Ave Seattle, WA

Seattle Residents

Salvation Army

(206) 447-9944
1101 Pike Street

Seattle Residents and DV 

United Indians

(206) 829-2247
5011 Bernie Whitebear Way, Daybreak Center, Seattle, WA

Families with children in Seattle and King County

Off-Reservation Food & Clothing Banks

Pierce County Food Banks

Food Bank

Phone / Address


St. Martin’s Catholic’s Church (Fife, Milton, Edgewood)

(253) 922-0960

M, T, TH Call for appt, between 9 am noon, call prior to pick up, Appts Between 12:30 and 2. Picture ID and proof of residency required.

Puyallup Food Bank

(253) 848-5240
110 23rd St SE, Puyallup, WA

Call to schedule appointment

Bonney Lake Food Bank

(253) 863-4043
18409 Veterans Memorial Dr E, Bonney Lake, WA

TU-F 10am - 1pm

St Leo Food Connection

(253) 383-5048
1323 S Yakima, Tacoma, WA, 98405

T, TH: 10am - 5:30pm
W, F: 10am - 3:30pm
Sat: 10am - 1:30pm

Proof of Pierce County residence required

Bread of Life Ministries Food Bank

(253) 582-2515
8810 Lawndale Ave SW, Lakewood, WA, 98498

TH 1:00-5:00
No restrictions

Trinity Lutheran Church Food Pantry

(253) 537-0201
12115 Park Ave S, Tacoma, WA, 98444

T: 11am-3pm; F: 11am-2pm; S: 1pm-3pm
No Restrictions

My sister’s Pantry (Food & Clothing)

(253) 627-1186
621 Tacoma Ave, Tacoma, WA, 98402

1st and 3rd Mondays, 5pm - 7pm; 4th Saturdays, 10:30am - 12:30pm. Clothing, hot meals, groceries.

Nourish Pierce County

(253) 383-3164
Mobile Locations throughout Pierce County

Call and Ask. Service is not dependent upon zipcode or residence

Eloise Cooking Pot

(253) 426-1994
3543 E McKinley Ave, Tacoma, WA

Every day except Wednesdays

Pierce County Clothing Banks

Clothing Bank

Phone / Address


My sister’s Pantry (Food & Clothing)

(253) 627-1186
621 Tacoma Ave, Tacoma, WA, 98402

1st and 3rd Mondays, 5pm - 7pm; 4th Saturdays, 10:30am - 12:30pm. Clothing, hot meals, groceries.

Pat’s Clothing Closet

(253) 272-8819
1615 6th Ave Tacoma


The Bread Basket

(253) 565-3271
3617 Bridgeport Way, Suite R, University Place

Clothing, food, and basic needs.

King County Food Banks

Food Bank

Phone / Address


Family Resource Center- Muckleshoot Enrolled

(253) 876-3336
39015 172nd Ave SE, Auburn, WA

M-F9-4 pm

Federal Way Senior Center

(253) 838-3604
4016 S 352nd St, Auburn, WA
Offers Meals and Food Pantry to Seniors

M, TH 8-11

St. Luke’s Church

(253) 941-3000
515 S 312st, Federal Way, WA
Federal Way and Homeless

TU: 9-10Arrival at 30 minutes early and intakes begins at 9 am

Black Diamond Community Center

(360) 886-1011
31605 3rd Ave, Black Diamond

Food &Clothing; Assists Black Diamond, Covington Maple Valley, Ravensdale

Auburn Food Bank

(253) 833-8925
930 18th Pl NE, Auburn, WA 

M, TU, TH, F9:00-1:00 pm
Need ID and Proof of Residency, will serve without first time

Plateau Outreach( Food and Clothing)

(360) 825-8961
1806 Cole St, Enumclaw, WA

W: 9-12M-S 10-4 pm
Serves Enumclaw residents

Multi- Way Service Center(Food and Clothing)

(253) 838-6810
1200 S 336th St, Federal Way, WA

M, W, F 10-24th Th 5-6Clients with disabilitiesM, W, F, 9:30-10a,Clothing M,W,F 10-2
Federal Way and NE Tacoma Residents

Kent Food Bank

(253) 520-3550
12961 SE 275th St, Birch Creek Apartments

Kent School District Residents
M: 10-1

Tukwila Pantry

(206) 431-8293
3118 S 140th St, Tukwila, WA

Tukwila, SeaTac, Burien, Boulevard Park

Transform Burien

(206) 839-6620
14501 4th Ave SW, Burien, WA

Hot meals, groceries, ID required, Mobile Health visits twice a month

Des Moines Area Food Bank

(206) 878-2660
22225 9th Ave S, Des Moines, WA

ID requiredM, W, F: 9:11:45 am

Seattle Indian Center

(206) 329-8700
1265 S Main St, Suite 105, Seattle, WA

98104, 98122, 98144, ID required

Pike Place Senior Center

(206) 728-2773
85 Pike St, Seattle, WA

Breakfast, hot lunches daily. Serves adults 55 and older

El Centro de la Raza

(206) 957-4634
2524 16 Ave S Seattle

Serves Adults 60 and Older

King County Clothing Banks

Clothing Bank

Phone / Address


Multi Service Center

(253) 838-6810
1200 S 336th St, Federal Way, WA

South King County 

Plateau Outreach Ministries

(360) 825-8961
1806 Cole St, Enumclaw, WA

W: 9-12

Chief Seattle Club

(206) 292-6214
410 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA

Drop in Center Clothing

Off-Reservation Legal Resources

Pierce County Legal Resources




Northwest Justice Project

715 Tacoma Ave South Tacoma

9:15 to 12:15 pm Free Legal information, advice, limited assistance, representation, community education, outreach, and other community based advocacy

Tacoma Pro Bono

621 Tacoma Avenue South 

Free Civil Legal AidAlso, Native American Legal Aid Program for Pierce County

King County Legal Resources




Catholic Community Services Tenant Law Center

(206) 324-6890
100 23rd Ave S Seattle

Legal Services to prevent eviction for those or below 200 percent the federal poverty level

El Centro de la Raza

2524 16th Ave S Seattle

Bi-Lingual legal clinic and Veterans Specialist

Housing Justice Project

516 5th Ave Suite W-514

Volunteer-based legal services for low-income tenants facing evictions in King County

Neighborhood Legal Clinic


Location Varies. Serves King County Residents, must call for appointment

Northwest Immigrant Rights Project

615 Second Ave Suite 400 Seattle

Assists with applications for political asylum, petitions under the Violence Against Women Act, DACA applications

Q-Law LGBTQ Law Clinic

1216 Pine St Seattle

King County residents. Addresses the needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals and couples

Unemployment Law Project

1904 Third Ave Suite 604

Legal counseling and representation at administrative hearings for persons denied unemployment benefits

Northwest Justice Project

401 Second Ave S suite 407 Seattle

 Services in tribal, federal ,state courts matters serving low-income clients who identify as Native American

Off-Reservation Multicultural Resources




Asian Counseling and Referral Service

(206) 695-7600
3639 Martin Luther King Jr Way S Seattle

Aging and Older Adult Services, Behavioral Health and Wellness, Child and Youth Development

Asia Pacific Culture Center

(253) 383-3900
4851 South Tacoma Way Tacoma

Free After school programs, ESL Classes, Summer Camp

Casa Latina

(206) 956-0779
317 17th Ave S Seattle

Employment, Education

Chinese Information and Service Center

(206) 624-5633
611 S Lane St Seattle

Education, Development, Engagement, Support, Senior and Disabled Adult Services, Cultural Navigator Program

Consejo Counseling and Referral Service

515 W Harrison STE 106 Kent

East African Community Services

7050 32nd Ave S Seattle

Education Programs, Youth Mentorship, Adult Citizenship

El Centro de la Raza

2524 16th Ave S Seattle

Child and Youth Programs, Emergency Services, Education, and Advocacy

Jewish Family Services

1601 16th Ave Seattle

Counseling, Emergency Services, DV, Older Adults, Refugees Immigrants, Supportive Living Services

Ukrainian Community Center

13470 Martin Luther King Jr Way Seattle

Legal Assistance, Case Management services

Chief Seattle Club

410 Second Ave Ext S Seattle

Drop in center, clothing, meals, hygiene products, benefits assistance, housing assistance, Must apply for membership

Cowlitz Tribal Health

4250 S Mead St Seattle

 Mental Health, Chemical Dependency, Case Management for Native Children and Families for King, Pierce and Thurston

Mother Nation

4250 S Mead St Seattle

Emergency transportation for victims of DV, safety planning, referrals for housing and employment, advocacy. Serves Native Families

Seattle Indian Center

1265 S Main St Suite 105 Seattle

Day Center, Sex Trafficking Resources, Food Bank

Off-Reservation Pregnancy Aid Resources

Pierce County Pregnancy Aid




Care Net Pregnancy


Locations throughout Pierce County, Medical Services include: Pregnancy testing, consultations, limited ultrasounds, STI/STD testing, ongoing care

Our Lady of Guadalupe Maternity Center

(253) 582-3384
5705 Main St SW, Lakewood, WA

Open Monday and Friday10:00-12:00

Pregnancy Aid

(253) 383-4100

Clothing, Furniture, and Referrals

King County Pregnancy Aid




Christ Community Free Clinic

(253) 736-634
1 A St NW, Auburn, WA

Medical and Dental

Care Net of Puget Sound

(253) 941-2664
1414 S 324th St, Federal Way, WA

Medical Services include: Pregnancy testing, consultations, limited ultrasounds, STI/STD testing, ongoing care

Pregnancy Aid of Auburn

(253) 939-6676
517 F St SE, Auburn, WA

Clothing, Furniture, and Referrals

Off-Reservation Shelters & Homelessness Resources

Pierce County Shelters



Phone / Address


Catholic Community Services

Men and Women

(253) 502-2770
702 S 14th St, Tacoma, WA

Line forms at 4:30pm

Adam's Street Shelter


(253) 383-4493 ext. 1538

Call M, W, F from 8-10am for a spot on the waitlist

New Life Square

Single Men

425 S Tacoma Ave, Tacoma, WA 98402

Line forms at 3:30pm

Pierce County Youth Shelters



Phone / Address


Comprehensive Life Shelter

Ages 18-24

(253) 876-3247

Drop in from 8:30 pm -7:00 am M-F
Drop in Center and Shelter

Serra House- Tacoma

13-17 under-aged

(206) 245-1026

DSHS licensed, 6 beds

Rosie's Shelter

Ages 12-24

(360) 943-0780 ext. 186
520 Pear St SE, Olympia, WA 98501

Drop In Center, Shelter, that provides variety of resources

King County Shelters



Phone / Address


Muckleshoot Warming Shelter


(253) 876-3247

Open during inclement weather

Family Shelter Intake Line


(206) 245-1026

Intake line starts at 9am

Sun Down Shelter

Single Men and Women

(253) 397-0571
2404 I St NE, Auburn, WA

Overnight shelter

Reach Center for Hope

Women, Children, Families

(425) 277-7594
1055 South Grady Way, Renton, WA

Day and Night Center

Plateau Outreach Ministries


(360) 825-8961

Winter Shelter, December- February

Congregations for the Homeless

Single Men

(425) 289-4044

Rotating Churches

Home And Arise 

Single Men

(253) 854-0077 ext. 5104
Kent and Renton

Hosted by Churches, Call First

Seattle Union Gospel Mission

Single Men

700 5th Ave, Suite 5800, Seattle, WA

Walk In Only, Intake line starts at 9 pm


Single Men

(206) 464-1570 ext. 3033
517 3rd Ave, Seattle, WA

Walk In Only,  Any vulnerable adult male

Hospitality House

Single Women

(206) 242-1860
1419 SW 150th St, Burien, WA

Call for screening

Kent Hope

Single Women

(253) 480-2325
9009 Canyon Drive, Kent, WA

Call or visit in person

Women Referral Center

Single Women

(206) 441-3210
2030 3rd Ave, Seattle, WA

 Screening and Referral in person only

South/East King County Youth Shelters



Phone / Address


Arcadia House

Ages 18-24

(253) 740-7189
702 10th St NE, Auburn, WA

 Line up outside at 9:45 pm for intake

The Landing

Ages 18-24

(425) 449-3868
16225 NE 87th St, Suite A-1, Redmond, WA

Visit in person at 8:30 pm

Sun Down Shelter

Ages 12-17

(206) 694-4506

Provides shelter for 30 days, also for sexually exploited youth

King County Drop-In Centers


Phone / Address


Ray of Hope Resource Center

(253) 797-0571
2536 I Street NE, Auburn, WA

Provides variety of resources

Federal Way Day Center: Catholic Community Services

(206) 353-6336
33505 13th Place S, #D, Federal Way, WA

Provides variety of resources

Mary’s Place

(206) 621-8474
1830 Ninth Ave, Seattle, WA

 Day Center 7 am-3:30 pm

Seattle Indian Center

(206) 329-8700
1265 S Main St, Suite 105, Seattle, WA

Provides variety of resources

Chief Seattle Club

(206) 292-6214
410 2nd Ave Ext. S, Seattle, WA

Provide a variety of resources

Coordinated Entry for All (CEA) Resources

If a person or family is experiencing homelessness or fleeing domestic violence, or being released from an institution, you will need to need to call, the Coordinated Entry for All (CEA) system. You can call, or schedule a time to go into a below location to conduct a screening.


Phone / Address


Pierce County CEA


Call M, T, TH, F 11am-3pm. Check out various locations and times:

South King County CEA

(253) 874-6718*
1200 S 336th St, Federal Way, WA

Multi Service Center. Request appt by email:
*Request Appt. by phone on Wednesdays. Walk-ins on Thursdays from 3-6pm.


(425) 226-1266
1010 S. 2nd St, Renton

Line forms at 3:30pm

Plateau Outreach Ministries CEA

(360) 825-8961
1806 Cole St, Enumclaw

Once a month, call to ask which day

Off-Reservation Transitional Housing

Pierce County Transitional Housing


Phone / Address


House of Mercy

Church offers a faith based transition program for adults who are recovering from substance use disorder, homeless, or being released from prison

Matthew Permanent and Supportive Housing

(253) 301-0508
1127 Broadway, Suite 10, Tacoma, WA

Housing to veterans, being released from jail, experiencing homelessness. 

Youth Services at Pierce County Alliance

(253) 572-4750
510 Tacoma Ave S, Tacoma, WA

Housing for at-risk youth who were once in the foster care system. From 18 to 21 years of age

House of Hope

(253) 228-4560
1305 S 9th St, Tacoma, WA

Clean and Sober housing that is recovery based.  Accepts DOC and HEN vouchers

Network of Tacoma

(253) 474-9334
5435 South M St, Tacoma, WA

Provides Transitional housing to homeless families with children under 18 years of age

New Connections

(253) 617-1405
613 S 15th St Tacoma, WA

Supportive housing to formerly incarcerated women and their dependent children

King County Transitional Housing




AAHAA-Sober Living

(253) 670-9733

Housing in Auburn, Kent, Maple Valley
Interviews TU, TH, 9:00-2:00Rent: $695 Service Fee: $300

Abstinence Housing

(253) 709-9192

South King County, Provides Housing, no services. Rent for single room: $600, $450 for shared room

House of Mercy

(206) 651-7840

South King County, Faith Based Housing, Structured Living, Rent: $600

Oxford Houses

King and Pierce County. Housing, no services

Off-Reservation Transportation Resources

Pierce County Transportation




Para Transit

(1-800) 933-3468

Transportation for elderly, disabled, disadvantaged individuals 

Local Motion

(253) 539-8233

Special Needs transportation services in Pierce County

Trans Pro

(253) 476-8726

 Company that contacts with agencies and individuals to provide rides

Catholic Community Services-Volunteer Service

(844) 851-9380

Transportation to low-income seniors and disabled adults

King County Transportation




Catholic Community Supportive Services

(206) 328-5787

Volunteer Services to low-income seniors, 60+, and people with disabilities

Taxi Scrip Program: King County Metro

(206) 553-3000

Low-Income King County Residents 18 to 64, qualifying disability or low-income ages 65+ will get 50% discount for taxi rides

Sound Generations

(800) 282-5815

King Residents over 60, for medical dental and health appointments

Hyde Shuttle

(206) 727-6262

Seniors or People with disabilities, 


(800) 923-7433

Medicaid Transportation, Community Can, Veterans Transportation for King County. Also offers financial assistance

Off-Reservation Utility Resources

Phone Services




Washington Telephone Assistance Program (WTAP)

(888) 700-8880

 To be eligible, you must receive DSHS services. Offers discounting wireline phone service, does not assist with cellphones

Lifeline Cell Phone Service

(888) 321-5880

Assurance Cell Phones. A cell phone service through Virgin Mobil that proves 250 free minutes

License Resources




Community Resource Connection Center

(253) 383-3056 ex. 128

License, Birth Certificate, Legal Documents for Pierce County

Auburn Food Bank

(253) 833-8925

Will pay for License if needed for employment

Plateau Outreach Ministries

(360) 825-8961

Will pay for License

St. Vincent de Paul-King County 

(360) 825-8961

Will pay for License

St. Luke’s Operational Blessing


Will pay for License

Pet Resources




Humane Society of Tacoma and Pierce County

2608 Center Street Tacoma

Emergency Pet Food Bank

SPOT: Auburn Valley Humane Society

4910 A St SE Auburn

Low- Costs Spay/Neuter for low income families, and low-cost treatment program

Off-Reservation Victim Resources

Domestic Violence Shelters & Programs



Phone / Address


Family Renewal Shelter - Pierce County

Single Women with Children

(253) 475-9010

Stay up to six weeks, serves high risk populations

Korean Women’s Association-Pierce County

Women and Children

(253) 359-0470

Length of stay depends on situation

YWCA Emergency Shelter

Men and Women and Children

(253) 383-2593

Stay up to 3 months, all services require an intake 

Crystal Judson Center- Pierce County

Serves all domestic violence victims

(253) 798-4166
718 Court E, Tacoma, WA

Comprehensive victim services from legal support to protection orders

Puyallup Indian Tribe

Native, Men, Women, Children

(253) 680-5499

24 hour hotline

DAWN-King County

Serves all domestic violence victims (with or without children)

(425) 656-7867

Call for Intake, Available 24 hours daily

Life Wire-King County

Serves all domestic violence victims (with or without children)

(425) 746-1940

Call for Intake, Available 24 hours daily

New Beginnings-King County

Serves all domestic violence victims (with or without children)

(206) 522-9472

Call for Intake, Available 24 hours daily

YWCA/ Seattle/ King/ Snohomish

 Serves Women and Children that are fleeing

(206) 461-4882

45 Day Emergency Shelter


Serves Women with Children

(206) 299-2500

Call for Intake, Available 24 hours daily

Human Trafficking Resources




My Sister’s House

(916) 428-3271

Asian and Pacific Islander women and children impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking 


(206) 245-0782

Assists Survivors of sex and/or labor trafficking 

Survivor’s Services

(206) 853-6243

Those who have been involved with prostitution and commercially sexually exploited 

Seattle Indian Center: Project Beacon

(206) 329-8700

Supportive Services to Indian American Men and Women escaping from sex trafficking

Real Escape from the Sex Trade

(206) 451-7378

Partners with individuals who have experienced the sex trade to identify and achieve their goals

Genesis Project

(206) 592-2362

Provides safe haven for women and girls who have been involved in commercial sexual exploitation and trafficking