Resources for FEEST Students and Families

Below you’ll find location-specific resources for our students in Highline and Seattle Public Schools.

Food Resources

Free Fruits and Vegetable boxes

West Seattle Food Bank

White Center Food Bank

Financial Assistance

Free Tax Help Provided by United Way of King County

Rental Assistance – Resource List

Utility Assistance

West Seattle Food Bank Clothes Line

Contact the West Seattle Food Bank Hotline, 206-932-4357 for:

            • Rent and utility assistance
            • Clothesline appointments
            • Bus tickets
            • Community connector requests

Mental Health Resources

Youth Mental Health Guide – Written by Youth of Color, for Youth of Color

Asian Counseling and Referral Service – For API Folks, Immigrants & Refugees

ALGEE – How to Respond in Crisis and Non-Crisis Situations

Crisis Connections – King County Crisis Line, (206) 461-3222

Empower Youth Network – Youth Mental Health First Aid  

Multicultural Counselors – Washington Database of Therapists of Color

Rainier Beach – Neighborhood Care (No student turned away for lack of funds.)

Seattle Counseling Services

Teen Link Helpline

 Queer/Trans Friendly Therapists of Color, based in Seattle

Washington Therapy Fund – Funds for Therapy for BIPOC Folks

Washington Therapy Fund -Locate a Black Provider

Washington State BIPOC Therapist Referral List & Mental Health Resources

Safety Resources

APIChaya Additional – Resources

Domestic Violence Hopeline

Gender-Based Violence – Resource List


White Center CDA Resource List

Free tutoring from Seattle Public Library (available in English, Spanish, and Vietnamese)

Youth Care – Resources for Youth Experiencing Housing Insecurity