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Provides supportive services to help families facing homelessness overcome multiple barriers, regain stability and maintain their current housing.
YWCA, in partnership with King County Housing Authority, coordinates a consortium of service providers for people with disabilities. Consortium partners receive a small allocation of Section 8 housing vouchers for their program participants.
Supportive housing community helps parents facing homelessness after incarceration to reunite with their families and build a foundation for the future.
The SSVF program was established after Section 604 of the Veterans’ Mental Health and Other Care Improvements Act of 2008, Public Law 110-387, authorized it by Veteran Affairs. This program is funded by the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs.
BABES Network provides peer support for women living with HIV. Since 1989, this program has reduced isolation and stigma and created a "sisterhood of support" for women affected by HIV and their families through education, outreach, advocacy, and more.
YWCA’s Gender-Based Violence Specialized Services (GBVSS) uses a survivor-centered model to heal the harm caused by gender-based violence such as domestic violence, sexual assault, and commercial sexual exploitation on individuals, families, and our community. Our services utilize a culturally relevant practice and trauma-informed care approach.
YWCA's BankWork$ prepares low-income job seekers for banking positions as a first step on the career ladder in the financial services industry.
CareerWork$ Ready is a free, online job readiness training created in response to the need to help job seekers reenter the workforce during the COVID-19 pandemic health crisis.
Financial classes, workshops, coaching, and resources to help women and families build economic stability and empowerment, with many offered in both English and Spanish. Also provides financial training for domestic violence service providers.
Acquired in 2007 and located in White Center alongside King County Library and King County Housing Authority, Greenbridge serves public housing and King County Section 8 residents, low income job seekers, local youth, and other residents in the surrounding White Center community.
YWCA’s Homeless Employment Program, provides people experiencing homelessness or people who are at risk of homelessness with a full range of individualized employment and support services needed to achieve self-sufficiency and stable housing.
Free classes and computer skills for residents at Firwood Circle and the surrounding community in Auburn. Individuals can build their futures through job training and readiness, educational classes and workshops, and other programs for economic advancement.
PharmacyWork$ is a free, online job readiness training created in response to help meet the needs of today’s workforce and the need to help job seekers reenter the workforce.
Access to computers and free technology tools to residents of Seola Gardens and the surrounding community in White Center and Highline.
Our Youth Employment Program and Youth Opportunity Navigation Programs help teens and young adults pave a path towards college and career success.
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