Provides free pregnancy tests, maternity and baby clothing, diapers and miscellaneous items. Offers education and peer counseling on fetal development, nutrition, infant care and parenting. Offers natural family planning resources.
Families and single women in need of pregnancy help or help with baby supplies.
Care Net Pregnancy and Family Services of Puget Sound
Facilitates one-on-one meetings with a parenting mentor, who can help clients set up a class schedule and meet for individual parenting training sessions and encouragement.
Class topics may include:
- Nurturing relationships.
- Safe places.
- Healthy start.
- Effective education.
Specialized classes are offered for teen moms and dads.
Clients enrolled and participating in the parenting program may be eligible for additional support.
Participants earn "Care Net Cash" which they can use to shop in the baby boutique, which has items like diapers, formula, clothing and baby furniture.
Limited one-time assistance provided for non-participants.
Those who are pregnant or parenting a child who is 24 months or younger.
19319 Fremont N Ave Shoreline, WA 98133 (206) 524-7301
Operates a daily drop-in center for homeless youth and young adults.
- Blankets & limited clothing
- Showers & laundry
- Education resources
- Life skills help & workshops
Activities may include:
- Outdoor activities
Provides case management services.
Offers a hot meal once a week.
Offers referrals and transportation to shelter.
In the summer there may be opportunities for hiking and wakeboarding.
Shower facilities do not have accommodations for people with disabilities.
12736 33rd NE Ave Seattle, WA 98125 (206) 367-3477
Offers a baby cupboard that clients can access once a month.
- Baby food
- Other baby supplies
- Food staples
Baby items are for families with children under age 2, but will provide food staples for children ages 2-5.
Residents of ZIP codes 98115, 98125, 98133, 98155, 98177, 98011 and 98028 as well as anyone experiencing homelessness.
Food pantry clients may visit either location of the baby cupboard once per week.
Operates a self-select food pantry.
Clients can attend once a week.
Provides baby food and items such as formula and diapers when supplies are available.
Distributes pet food to seniors once each month, and will distribute to anyone who asks if supply is sufficient.
Food may be picked up once a week.
Provides home delivery to homebound residents in service area once a week.
Residents living in ZIP codes 98102, 98103, 98105, 98112, 98115 and 98125 as well as anyone who is homeless.
4740 University NE Way Seattle, WA 98105 (206) 229-0813
Offers a free dinner for youth and young adults, served seven times a week between multiple sites in the University District as well as once per week in Auburn.
Youth advocates are available to provide support and referrals to other services and can sometimes provide clothing(including winter items) toiletries and books, depending on donations.
Operates a drop-in center for homeless and street-involved youth and young adults.
- Clothing (including winter items)
- Hygiene supplies
- King County Metro bus tickets
Also offers on-site case management, which helps youth obtain:
- Medical care
- Mental health counseling
- Other basic needs services
On-site drug and alcohol counseling services and referral to treatment programs provided by Ryther Child Center.
Homeless, at-risk or street-involved youth and young adults, ages 13 through 22.