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Community Resource Directory

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WorkSource A joint venture of organizations dedicated to addressing Washington State's employment needs.
Community Action Service Agency Locator Links to agencies in Washington State.
Community and Technical Colleges Providing WorkFirst parents with the education and training programs they need to go to work, stay competitive, and advance in the work place.
Governor's Office of Indian Affairs Serving as liaison between state and tribal governments in an advisory, resource, consultation, and educational capacity. Many tribes operate their own Tribal TANF programs.
Interagency Fatherhood Council - Fatherhood Resources in Washington Includes an interactive map of organizations that the Council has identified as father-friendly.
NW Justice Project Help with legal problems for low-income people
Office of Community Development Information on the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
Seattle Jobs Initiative This public-private partnership program for greater Seattle addresses issues facing both job seekers and employers. Working with community-based agencies, the project focuses on livable wage jobs, job retention and integrated human services.
Statewide Poverty Action Network An independent advocacy organization influencing the public debate about the root causes of and solutions to poverty.
Tribal Directory Contact information for the Washington State Federally Recognized Indian Tribes.
Washington LawHelp A guide to free civil legal services for low-income persons and seniors in Washington.
Washington State Child Care Resource and Referral Network Working through 18 local child care resource and referral programs serving every county in the state, the Washington State Child Care Resource & Referral Network is building momentum for children's success.
Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence Founded in 1990 by domestic violence survivors and their allies, the Coalition is a non-profit, statewide network of 64 member programs that serve victims of domestic violence in rural, urban and Indian Country communities of Washington, plus 119 individual and organizational associates.
WorkForce Development Councils Local councils implement the Workforce Investment Act. They plan and promote coordination between education, training and employment efforts in their communities. Many are key WorkFirst partners.