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Migration Health — Immigration and Resettlement

Bridging Cultural Gaps

Cultural support and web development programs for youth and immigrant and refugee populations in King County affected by the justice system

Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs

Free classes for those who have newly immigrated to Seattle to learn English language and job skills

Free help applying for citizenship, and financial assistance through the Seattle Relief Fund
Materials available in multiple languages

Asian Counseling and Referral Services

Mental health counseling services for behavioral health and child and youth development in Seattle by appointment
Material available in over 40 languages

East African Community Services (EACS)

After school programs, summer camps, youth mentorship, and parent leadership training for East African immigrant and refugee families in Seattle and King County
EACS Seattle Community Center: 7050 32nd Ave., South, Seattle, WA 98118

West African Community Council

Early learning and family services, immigration legal services, emergency relief programs, and housing and employment assistance to West African immigrant and refugee families living in King County



Refugee Women’s Alliance (ReWA)

Classes in Seattle for English as a Second Language (ESL), job training, housing assistance, behavioral health counseling, immigration legal services, domestic violence support, and childcare support

4008 Martin Luther King Jr. Way South, Seattle, WA 98108


Materials available in multiple languages

Colectiva Legal del Pueblo

Free to low-cost immigration legal services and information for undocumented communities in Washington state
Materials available in multiple languages

Refugee Response – Lutheran Community Services Northwest

Mental health counseling, youth support, refugee foster care, legal assistance, immigration counseling, language classes, and meals

Find a support program in Washington:

Immigration Advocates Network

Legal resources and information on immigration for families through collaboration and technology


Locations available by zip code:

Materials available in multiple languages

Kids in Need of Defense (KIND)

Free legal representation for youth and children needing immigration support nationally



Clothing, financial assistance, food pantries, dental care, and other free or reduced cost help

For families who prefer to access resources by telephone and/or via interpreters, call: 1-800-322-2588 (The Help Me Grow Washington Hotline)

Materials available in multiple languages

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