Map of COVID-19 Resources
DUWAMISH, SUQUAMISH, COAST SALISH LAND SCHOOLS
This map was created by UW College of Education graduate student Kaleb Germinaro. This shareable, editable map combines list of food banks, school sites for food, places for COVID-19 testing, and learning resources.
Rainier Beach Teen Health Center
FOR RAINIER BEACH YOUTH
Rainier Beach Teen Health Center is offering birth control refills, other medication refills as needed and counseling. Please leave a message and a phone number to call you back.
Counseling (206) 381-4182
Medical support (206) 296-4639
City of Tacoma Rent Assistance
APPLICATION CLOSED MAY 6
To qualify, residents must:
Be located within city limits
Meet 50 percent of Area Median Income (AMI)
Demonstrate unemployment since March 12
Demonstrate lease documentation
Seattle Area Support List
EDITABLE AND SHAREABLE
UW Neuroscience grad student Kali Esancy and her friend developed this editable and shareable document which includes funds to donate to, places to volunteer and other ways to support the community.
CALL 2063795772 FOR SUPPORT
Baby Boutique provides support for families who are experiencing crisis by providing essential items families need for the safety, health and development of children.
Informational Guide for Families
INCLUDES RESOURCES, ACTIVITIES, PARENTING THROUGH COVID-19 AND MORE
Developed by UW College of Education, this guide offers resources to families during school closures.
List of rental assistance and housing resources developed by UW that includes King County, Pierce County, Snohomish County, Clark County, Spokane County, and Whatcom County.
AA and NHPI In-Language Resources
ASIAN AMERICAN, NATIVE HAWAIIAN, AND PACIFIC ISLANDER
This community library is a collection of Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AA and NHPI) in-language resources on the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). The resource links have been submitted by community members, leaders and national and community-based organizations that are actively working to improve the health & well-being of AA and NHPI communities. This project is community-powered and community-driven directly for communities.
(Description is as described from their document)