Student Resources


Hopelink Food Bank: 425-889-7880

Hopelink's Kirkland/Northshore* food bank provides services to residents in North and East King County as well as Snohomish County.  The food bank is open MW from 10am-4pm and TTh from noon-6:30pm.  They are located at 11011 120th Ave NE, Kirkland, WA 98033.

*Note: If you do not live in one of the areas listed above, visit their website to find a Hopelink food bank closer to you.


Healthpoint: 425-486-0658

Healthpoint provides affordable, high-quality medical and dental care.  They will serve all patients, regardless of ability to pay.  The Bothell clinic's services include acupuncture, behavioral health, diabetes education, family medicine, family planning, immunizations, naturopathic medicine, nutrition, pharmacy, physical and annual exams, and pregnancy care.  They are open MWThF from 9am-5pm and Tuesday from 12pm-8pm.  Healthpoint is located at 10808 NE 145th St. Suite B, Bothell, WA 98011.

Planned Parenthood: 800-230-7526

Planned Parenthood offers affordable, high-quality reproductive health care.  Pregnancy tests and emergency contraception can be accessed whenever the clinic is open; all other services require appointments.  Planned Parenthood is open MW from 10am-6:30pm and TTh from 8am-4:30pm.  They are located at 6610 NE 181st #2, Kenmore, WA 98028.

*Note:  This clinic is closed from 4-6pm on the third Wednesday of each month.

Housing Shelter

Find cooperative housing for low-income individuals and families.  Visit the website listed above for details and eligibility. 

General Resources

Crisis Clinic of King County: 866.4CRISIS (866-427-4747)

The Crisis Clinic offers a wide range of support services to King County residents.  Their 24 hour crisis line provides confidential support to those who need immediate assistance.  Their resources cover relationship abuse, suicide prevention and education, emotional crisis and trauma, caregiver services, disability services, and homeless and housing services.

Hopelink: 425-869-6000

Hopelink promotes long-term change and self-sufficiency for homeless and low income families.  They have service centers in Bellevue, Kirkland/Northshore, Redmond, Shoreline, and Sno-Valley.  Their programs can help with food, housing, family development, adult education, transportation, energy assistance, and emergency financial assistance.

Washington Information Network 2-1-1 Online Resources

This online directory has an extensive list of Washington State resources for those in need.  The services listed include basic needs (food, housing, utilities, etc.), criminal justice and legal services, education, healthcare, income support and employment, and mental health and substance abuse services. 

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