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    For SWS Teachers: 


    Our SharePoint folder of Covid-19 Outreach




    Two new relief funds for immigrants are open for applications!  It is safe to apply for all regardless of immigration status.







    Complete and submit Kandelia's fresh food form.


    From our School and Community Partners


    Contact Principal Cross at or 206-252-2205 to apply for Alliance4Ed funds.


    Call our community partners Kandelia at 206-760-1573 and Neighborhood House at local centers for food, money, housing stability concerns.


    Seattle Public Schools offers food at many locations Monday-Friday from 11am-1pm. If you cannot pickup food yourself, let a teacher know.


    Seattle World School Teen Health Center is able to offer appointments to students who need medication refills, mental health counseling, or medical advice. If you would like an appointment or need help finding a place to go, please call 206-332-7160 and leave a voicemail with the best phone number to reach you, and they will return your message within a couple of days. Leave a message in the language you are comfortable with.  If you are in crisis, please call 911 or text 741741.


    From City of Seattle


    At the City's COVID-19 Resources website, you can select Immigrant and Community Support or any other category that describes your needs.


    Emergency Food Map for Seattle Area


    For crisis help, mental health, housing emergencies and more, dial 211. You can press 1 for Spanish, and 5 for language interpreters from 8am-6pm Monday-Friday.  You can also be connected to resources after hours in an urgent situation.


    From King County


    King County has compiled a brand new resource guide to help all of us get through this crisis. This comprehensive guide includes:

    • How to apply for unemployment
    • Housing resources
    • Information on utilities and internet
    • Cash assistance
    • Food assistance
    • Childcare resources
    • Resources for undocumented communities
    • Small business loans and disaster assistance
    • In-language resources

    You can click this link to download the guide in English. Downloads are also available in ten other languages:




    The WAISN Resource Finder is an online tool that allows anyone to search through a comprehensive database of resources available to immigrants and refugees in their county. Each resource listed includes services, contact information, accessibility, languages spoken, and whether or not the service requires identification.

    Special Concerns

    If you are undocumented...

    The following resources are listed on the King County Resources for Immigrants and Refugees page:

    Mental Health

    Mental Health Services

    Substance Abuse Disorder Telehealth Services for Youth (counseling by phone)

    • Consejo Counseling and Referral Service (206) 461-4880
    • Therapeutic Health Services (206) 322-7676
    • Navos (206) 828-1136

    Complete list of SPS Assessment Resources: the (i) indicates interpreters are available: