Agency Directory

Disability Empowerment Center

Disability Empowerment Center is a community-based organization led and run by people with disabilities. We are an independent 501(c)3 nonprofit that works in King County. We are a resource for individuals with disabilities to receive free individualized services and access community-based resources. We are built on the independent living philosophy that believes people with disabilities should have the choice to live independently and thrive as important members of our community. As such, we empower our participants to accomplish their unique goals. In addition to providing peer support, teaching independent living skills, and assisting people through various types of life transitions, we promote a sense of empowerment, choice, and autonomy.

For more information visit:

Independent Living Skills TrainingPeer Support and MentoringResources and Referral

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Kindering Center

Kindering’s mission is to embrace children of all abilities by providing the finest education and therapies they need to soar. Kindering is the largest and most comprehensive neurodevelopmental center in the Pacific Northwest. We reach over 10,000 children and families each year with pediatric therapies, special education, family supports, and more. We serve children birth to 11 years old with cognitive, sensory, and physical disabilities, as well as children with delays and complex medical needs. Whatever the need, Kindering is there to accompany you and your family on your unexpected journey. We do not turn any family away due to inability to pay.

For more information about Kindering’s programs and services, please visit

HealthcareMental HealthPeople with Disabilities

Muslim Community Resource Center

Community Service HoursFood AssistanceHousing ServicesLegal ServicesRent and Utility AssistanceSenior Services

Redmond Library

An Adult Services Librarian, will be in the Advocate’s Office to connect with other providers in Together Center and look for ways to collaborate and support them. They are also here to connect with residents and promote library services, collections, and programs. She will have program flyers and library cards for new patrons.

Open Doors for Multicultural Families

We offer programming for all different age ranges and in multiple languages. Program and services include: early learning inclusive playgroups; individualized case management support from bilingual/bicultural staff; parent and caregiver support groups; parent education workshops; peer engagement programs for youth; advocacy training; and social connection programming for adults with disabilities

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Lake Washington Institute of Technology Workforce Development

Located just outside of Seattle, WA, Lake Washington Institute of Technology (LWTech) was founded in 1949, and is the only public institute of technology in Washington State, that provides students with the latest cutting edge skills relevant to today’s workplace. LWTech offers ten applied bachelor’s degrees, more than 40 associate degrees and 93 professional certificates, in 43 areas of study, including STEM-focused programs in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.

At LWTech we offer several federal and state funded programs through Workforce Development (WFD). The programs may provide assistance with tuition, books, advising, and individualized support services. Students must qualify for the programs to receive benefits.

Want to see if you qualify for any of our Workforce Funding Programs? Visit to take the Start Next Quarter survey to see if you are eligible. Then, sign up to attend the LWTech and Workforce Development Information Zoom Session that takes place virtually on select days.

College Funding OpportunitiesHigher EducationStudent Services

Indian American Community Services

IAWW is a grassroots nonprofit with a mission to identify, serve and follow up with the needs of the Asian Indian community (seniors, youth, families and individuals) regardless of religion, faith and gender. IAWW provides support services, information and assistance and resource referrals along with programming focused on wellness, mental health, youth leadership, mentoring, civic engagement, parent-child development.

Child CareCommunity Service HoursFinancial ServicesFood AssistanceHealthcareHousing ServicesImmigration ServicesJob OpportunitiesLegal ServicesMental HealthPeople with DisabilitiesPublic BenefitsRent and Utility AssistanceSenior ServicesStudent ServicesSubstance Use ServicesTax ServicesTransportationUnemployment Services

Cascadia College

Satellite classroom has a broad array of programming to serve the needs of the entire community , including workforce education, ESL classes, and more.

Financial ServicesFood AssistanceStudent ServicesUnemployment Services

Move Redmond

Move Redmond is the advocate for better walking, biking, and transit in Redmond. We are here to provide you with the necessary resources and information to help improve your commute to and from Redmond.


A Regional Coalition for Housing (ARCH)

No direct services on campus. Will provide clients with a packet of affordable housing information. Can help clients sign up for ARCH email alerts, which will alert them to new low-income housing available.

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Learning Disabilities Association of WA

The Learning Disabilities Association of Washington provides support, guidance, and a referral service to connect individuals, parents, children, teens, adults and professionals with resources throughout the greater Puget Sound area.

Mental HealthPeople with DisabilitiesSpecial EducationStudent Services

Sound Generations

Established in 1967, Sound Generations is a comprehensive 501c3 non-profit organization that serves older adults and adults with disabilities in King County. Sound Generations, previously known as Senior Services, supports almost 54,000 people annually. Our organization is Washington State’s largest provider of comprehensive services for aging adults and their loved ones located in King County and can refer to Sound Generations programs such as Meals on Wheels and Pathways can refer to all the resources in King County.

Food AssistanceLegal ServicesMental HealthPeople with DisabilitiesPublic BenefitsReferralSenior ServicesTransportation

Together Center

A unique, sustainable social services hub model, offering below-market lease rates to all partner agencies, so that they can put every dollar possible into direct services and programs. A one-stop Eastside community hub that serves over 30,000 people annually. An innovative nonprofit organization that increases access to human services, fosters partnerships, and enhances collaboration to solve society’s toughest problems. Over 20 onsite independent health and human services agencies offer hundreds of programs from Together Center’s campus including counseling, child care resources, cultural navigation, mental health programs, substance abuse services, resources and advocacy for people living with disabilities, immigration resources, medical clinic and dental clinic.


BrightSpark Early Learning Services (formally Child Care Resources)

BrightSpark improves all children’s access to high quality early learning experiences by engaging with families, caregivers, and communities. BrightSpark operates a statewide referral center that helps families find and pay for child care that fits their needs, provides information on quality care and school readiness and delivers enhanced services for families who are homeless or have children with special needs. We provide coaching, technical assistance and professional development for child care providers in King and Pierce Counties so they can develop and improve the quality of their care for all children.

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Jewish Family Service (JFS)

Jewish Family Service is a nonprofit organization that helps vulnerable individuals and families achieve well-being, health and stability. Jewish values guide our work, and we have eight areas of service that help both the Jewish and non-Jewish communities in the Puget Sound region, including our Older Adult Services program. The Together Center space will be used by our East King County focused Older Adult Services - namely care management for older adults and adults with disabilities, family caregiver support services, and care management and socialization programming for Russian speaking older adults.

From our main Seattle campus on Capitol Hill in Seattle, and our Kent office, we resettle refugees and immigrants; we help people with financial hardships; we support older adults, Holocaust survivors, and people with disabilities; and we operate a food bank. We offer mental health services and education, and we support people experiencing domestic violence. We also bring Jewish learning and engagement to the community by offering education and volunteer opportunities.

People with DisabilitiesSenior Services

Eastside For All

Eastside For All is a nonprofit organization serving East King County. We provide voter education and information; resources for people experiencing hate crimes, discrimination, or bias; opportunities for community members to advocate locally for racial equity in housing, community safety, economic development, and city planning. We invite the community to join our “build for belonging” cross-cultural events and efforts to create more inclusive community spaces.

Hate & Bias IncidentsPeer AdvocacyTrauma Informed CareVoter Education


IKRON Greater Seattle

IKRON Greater Seattle offers integrated vocational and behavioral health services in an outpatient setting. IKRON provides job placement and job retention services to help individuals find employment and retain their employment. IKRON’s mental health services include individual and group therapy, medication management, and case management. IKRON’s substance use services include intensive outpatient programs and outpatient programs, consisting of group and individual therapy.

IKRON provides criminal court-ordered assessments for mental health and substance use, and IKRON participants as a behavioral health provider at Redmond and Shoreline Community Courts.

Job OpportunitiesMental HealthSubstance Use Services

4 Tomorrow

4 Tomorrow supports families, youth & individuals in East King County with housing stability and support services, aiding in immigration and mental health systems navigation by providing direct economic recovery assistance and culturally sensitive Gap Therapy regardless of immigration or documentation status.

For more information, visit:

Adult/Youth Mental Health First AidCommunity Service HoursFinancial ServicesHispanic CommunityHousing ServicesImmigration ServicesMediationMental HealthPeer AdvocacyReferralRent and Utility AssistanceStudent ServicesTrauma Informed Care

Family Resource Support Program (CISC)

The Family Resource Support Program supports Russian and Chinese speaking communities in East King County through a holistic approach that is linguistically and culturally appropriate. Our Family Resource Support Specialists provide professional assistance to immigrants and their families, such as information and direct assistance, education, outreach and advocacy, to help them to access resources and thrive in the community. The program works closely with city governments and network partners on the Eastside to address emerging needs impacting immigrant communities in areas such as affordable housing, financial stability, healthcare, education, civic engagement, etc.

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Sound helps clients reach lives of recovery, reconnect with families and re-engage with their communities. Services offered include: individual and group therapy, addiction treatment, crises support, children and family programs, re-entry services and psychiatric care.

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National Alliance of Mental Illness – Eastside

NAMI Eastside offers support groups and educational classes for individuals living with a mental health condition as well as for their families. We also provide presentations about mental health to local schools and community organizations.

Currently, all of our programs are taking place online via Zoom.

Mental Health


Humanize Homelessness is an all-volunteer tax-exempt organization in Bellevue, Washington - dedicated to the principle that helping those less fortunate in our community leads to a kinder, more supportive and more successful society for all of us.
We have 3 programs:
Know Your Neighbor: This program provides a safe environment for Humanize Homelessness volunteers to interact with people experiencing homelessness and publish photo stories on social networks.
Be Our Champion: Humanize Homelessness awards a ‘Badge of Honor’ to participating businesses and contributing individuals in recognition of their action in connecting with and serving their communities.
Back on your Feet: People experiencing homelessness are shown the path to employment through resume building, coaching, mentoring, and networking with local employers.

Humanize is onsite every Wednesday from 9:30-11:30am in our Advocate Office


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City of Redmond Outreach Services

Outreach Administrator, Tisza Rutherford, provides ID assistance, agency referrals, shelter assistance (Men, Women, Families), safe parking referrals , and much more.

Tuesday 1-3pm
Together Center
16305 NE 87th St, Suite 111
Redmond, WA 98052

Wednesday 2-4pm
Community Resource Center
Redmond Public Library
15990 NE 85th St
Redmond, WA 98052

Tuesday 1-3pm
Together Center
16305 NE 87th St, Suite 111
Redmond, WA 98052

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