King County 2-1-1 offers downloadable brochures to help connect people with the most critical services in King County. Brochures are updated at least three times per year and often more frequently. The date of the last update is printed on the front of the brochure.
The status of funding, services, hours of operation, etc. for social service agencies is constantly changing. We advise users to check our website often in order to ensure your agency is distributing the most recent version of these brochures.
To view or download the brochures you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader.
This brochure lists emergency shelters in King County for single women, single men, couples, families with children, youth and young adults, and for survivors of domestic violence in need of a confidential location for their safety. Families that are literally homeless and seeking emergency housing must call 2-1-1 to be screened for an appointment with Family Housing Connection (FHC), a single entry-point system for families to access emergency housing resources in King County. This brochure includes additional information about FHC, as well as a list of family shelters in King County that are not participating in the FHC program.
Emergency Shelters, February 2016 pdf
These brochures contain information on basic emergency services for those persons residing in various parts of the county. The South King County and East & North King County brochures also include their region’s medical and dental resources.
Emergency Services for Men, December 2015 pdf
Emergency Services for Women, December 2015 pdf
South King County Emergency Services, July 2016 pdf
East and North King County Emergency Services, July 2016 pdf
Medical Services in Seattle
This brochure lists medical and dental resources throughout Seattle. It is for people on Medicaid and those who are under-insured or uninsured. It lists medical and dental clinics that accept Medicaid, employ sliding fee scale, or are low-cost/free.
Seattle Health Services, February 2016 pdf
This packet lists agencies throughout King County that have programs that work with, or specifically will accept, individuals with a history of incarceration. The packet includes resources for housing, employment, and chemical dependency, as well as other support services.
Reentry Assistance Packet, September 2015 pdf
If you’re looking for transitional housing resources, this link to King County 2-1-1’s online database will provide you with a list of available programs.
For low-income housing resources, try HousingSearchNW.org.
This brochure lists food resources throughout Seattle.
Food Resources, March 2016 pdf