Community Resources

CONTACTS

Listed are many of the Community Based Organizations that are available as resource to LWTech students. The organizations are community resources that offer help to qualified students. Many of these community resources have a regular presence on our campus to increase accessibility.

Below is a list of our community partners and the services they offer. You will also find contact and website information in most listings. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Community Resource Links by Category

  • IKRON Behavioral Health Services: Assessment and counseling services.
  • LWTech Counseling: Currently enrolled students can meet with the LWTech Counselor Carol Van Buren.
  • NAMI Eastside: Community based non-profit committed to improving the quality of life for those impacted by mental illness through advocacy, education, and support.
  • DAWN: DAWN supports, empowers, and shelters survivors of domestic abuse in South King County.
  • Domestic Violence Services: Program in Snohomish County that provides an emergency shelter and comprehensive range of services to all victims of domestic abuse.
  • LifeWire: Helps adults, children, and youth who have been impacted by domestic violence to build safer, healthier homes by offering support, resources, and professional services.
  • Attain Housing: Housing support programs and case management for folks in East King County.
  • Catholic Community Services: Helps facilitate Coordinated Entry for families and individuals in Snohomish County.
  • Compass Housing Alliance: Compass Housing Alliance develops and provides essential services and affordable housing for homeless and low-income people in the greater Puget Sound region.
  • Friends of Youth: Residential services and homeless youth services for people ages 15-24
  • Hopelink Housing Program: For families experiencing homelessness, transitional and long-term housing as well as emergency family shelter may be available through Hopelink.
  • Solid Ground: Weather you have lost your home and need shelter – of need support to stay in your current home – Solid Ground can connect you with information, resources, and referrals to support your housing stability.
  • The Sophia Way: Committed to ending homelessness for women in King County. Programs range from emergency shelter to support finding transitional, permanent, and supportive housing. 
  • YWCA Housing: The YWCA works to help women and families find and maintain safe, stable housing.
  • Eastside Legal Assistance Program: High-quality, no-cost legal aid to low-income residents of East, Northeast, and Southeast King County.
  • Solid Ground: Legal help accessing public benefits like cash, food, medical and/or childcare benefits.