We offer resources and information sessions to help you coBy April 1, 2020, every home will receive an invitation to participate in the 2020 Census, and you can respond online, by phone or by mail. mplete your 2020 census form.
Find resources to support communities most impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and economic crisis.
Drop-in help for veterans
We sometimes offer drop-in help for U.S. military veterans who are currently homeless or living on low incomes.
Immigrant & Refugee Services
We help immigrants and people preparing for citizenship with programs and media in English and other languages.
Free meals and snacks are available for kids and teens in need after school during the school year and all summer long at select branches.
Get help from trusted sources and find online resource to help you navigate civil lawsuits and other legal issues.
Resources for the Formerly Incarcerated
We offer court-involved individuals, and their families, information and resources to help during and after incarceration.
Social Services and Help for Those in Need
Our Community Resource Specialist can help you find shelter, mental health counseling, job training, food assistance, legal help, domestic violence support or medical help. We also loan Wi-Fi hotspots and books to those living in encampments.
We partner with AARP and The United Way of King County to offer free Tax Help, however in 2020 our partners have suspended in-person Tax Help until further notice.