King County and WA State Resources

  3. King County Novel Coronavirus Call Center (206) 477-3977 8am-7pm daily
  4. Washington State Novel Coronavirus Call Center (800)-525-0127 and press # 6am-10pm daily **The operators are able to connect with a third-party interpreter. Simply tell them which non-English language you speak.

General Resources 

  1. Multilingual COVID-19 Factsheet 
  2. UWKC: Info for the Unemployed 
  3. UW Virtual Clinic 
  4. King County Public Health Daily Updates 
  5. Center of Disease Control COVID-19 Information 
  6. CDC COVID-19 Home Care Guide 

Resources for Undocumented Communities 

  1. COVID-19 Resources for Undocumented Communities 
  2. WA State Office of Refugee and Immigrant Assistance Updates 
  3. Immigrants Rising Resource List 

Student Resources 

  1. Emergency Grant for Students 
  2. Uhaul Free Storage for Students 
  3. Low Cost Internet for Students 

Financial Resources 

  1. Financial Resources from WA State Department of Financial Institutions 
  2. Seattle Artists COVID-19 Relief Fund 
  3. Seattle Foundation COVID-19 Response Fund 
  4. Seattle Utility Discount Program 

Food Assistance/Free Meals 

  1. Kizuki Ramen Free Meals for Kids in Seattle 
  2. Northwest Share Free Meals 
  3. FareStart Free Meals 
  4. Musang Community Kitchen Free Meals 
  5. Free grab-and-go meals for kids are available at these Puget Sound schools during coronavirus shutdown 
  6. Bishops Storehouse in Kent City

Miscellaneous Resources 

  1. Amazon Free Trial 
  2. Discounted Amazon Account for SNAP and Medicaid Recipients 
  3. Avoid Going Out for Groceries, Purchase Food from Amazon Using SNAP  
  4. Comcast Internet Essentials – 2 Months Free for New Customers 
  5. COVID-19 Fund for Self-Employed & Service Economy LGBTQI+ BIPOC (Closes 3/17 11:59pm) 
  6. Audible Stories for Kids 

Other Resource Lists 

  1. Northwest Folk Life COVID-19 Resource List 
  2. Seattle Foundation Round One Grants (A list of nonprofit organizations that offer Covid-19 relief)

National Resources 

  1. CDC COVID-19 automated symptom checker. Use this tool to receive guidance on what to do if you or someone you are caring for is experiencing symptoms of COVID-19. 
  2. LYFT will be offering the delivery of critical medical supplies and school meals. Qualified individuals include the elderly, those living with chronic diseases, and students who ordinarily get subsidized lunches through school. 
  3. List of states that will be serving meals in a non-congregate setting and at school sites during school closures related to the coronavirus 
  4. SNAP COVID-19 Emergency Allotments Guidance 
  5. Unemployment Benefits Finder 

Mental Health Resources 

  1. Call 1-800-273-8255 for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 
  2. Text HOME to 741-741 for the Crisis Text Line 
  3. Call 1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUS to 66-746 for the Disaster Distress Hotline 
  4. Call 1-866-488-7386, text START to 678-678, or online chat with the Trevor Project (for LGBTQ youth) 
  5. Call 1-800-799-7233 or text LOVEIS to 22-522 to connect with The National Domestic Violence Hotline