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Haller Lake Neighborhood Resources
[98133, or surrounding neighborhoods 98177, 98125, 98117, 98103, or 98115]

General Resources:

Associated Behavioral Health Care [2111 North Northgate Way, Suite 212, Seattle, WA 98133-(206)781-2661] Substance abuse, drug and alcohol assessment offered. Medication mediated substance abuse treatment, drug, alcohol, and mental health services. They strive to get people in within 24 hours of calling their clinic. They offer sliding scale fees and payment plan options.

Broadview Branch Seattle Public Library [12755 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle, WA 98133 – 206.684.7519] Free Public Computers, free Wi-Fi, meeting room, study rooms, multi-stall single-gender restrooms, public classes (like Adult Education Tutoring, children’s programs – classes cancelled during Covid)

Hopelink Shoreline [17837 Aurora Avenue N, Shoreline, WA 98133 – 206.440.7300] Financial aid for first month’s rent or eviction prevention, employment services [425.250.3030] such as resume review, job coaching, job readiness workshops, and information on benefits and community resources, appointments for energy assistance like LIHEAP and or PSE HELP [425.658.2592], transportation assistance, GED/high school classes, English for work classes, financial coaching and tax filing assistance, family development [425.883.4755], and food bank (see next page).

Shoreline Community Care [234N 185th St Berean Bible Church, Shoreline, WA 98133 – 206.496.3116] Call the number to schedule a phone interview to determine eligibility for rent or utility bills and connect with other resources. Interview are on Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:30am – 12:30pm [this is only available for residents of Shoreline, living in zip codes of 98155, 98133, and 98177]

Turning Point Seattle [1315 N 160th St, Shoreline, WA 98133 – 206.402.6960] – Affordable after school tutoring for kids ($25 per family for the year) which includes snacks, games, creative learning activities and a shuttle from Meridian Park and Parkwood Schools after school. Register online at turningpointseattle.org/regist-c4sk

Food Resources for Haller Lake [98133]

Epic Life Church – 10510 Stone Ave N, Seattle, WA 98133
(206) 552-9586 – epiclifechurch.com/incarnational-ministry

Food bank (or “The Giving Room”) open Mondays 9:30-12:45 Instructions: Bring your own bag or box

St Dunstan’s Episcopal Church – 722 N 145th St, Seattle WA 98133
(206) 363-4319 – sdchp.org/ministries/feeding/

Hot meal on Tuesdays 5:30 – 7:30 pm – during Covid, individually package meals and distribute outside the front door.

Northline Helpline – Lake City or Bitter Lake

Lake CityFood Bank – 12736 33rd NE, Seattle, WA 98125
northhelpline.org/get-help/food-bank/

Food bank hours: Wednesday 10 am – 1 pm, Thursday 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm, and Saturday 10 am – 11 am seniors and disabled clients, 11 am – 1 pm all clients

Directions: the entrance is on the sidewalk on the small street that cuts through to the alley just east of Linden Ave North. The Food Bank is located in the ground floor of the SHAG building there.

Bitter Lake Food Bank– 13000 Linden Ave N, Seattle, WA 98133
Food bank hours: Saturday 10 am – 2 pm

Directions: the entrance is at the south end of the building, at the top of the driveway. Clients walk down a short breezeway to the rear parking lot.

Instructions: Please limit visits to one time per week unless experiencing homelessness. You can request no-cook option. During Covid, food will be packed by volunteers into bags or boxes that will be provided. They will take some input about needs but this will be limited in order to serve people as quickly as possible.

FamilyWorks – Wallingford Food Bank – 1501 North 45th St, Seattle, WA 98103
(206) 694-6727 familyworksseattle.org/food-banks/

Hours: Tuesday 12 pm – 2 pm, Thursday 3 pm – 6 pm, and Friday 11 am – 1 pm

They serve zip codes 98103, 98107, 98115, 98117, 98133, and 98177. They still serve people outside those zip codes on first visit and then refer them to their neighborhood food bank.

  • Emergency “No-Cook” food banks are also given out that contain snacks and meals that only require a can opener and hot water. They can be picked up once a week.
  • Grocery Delivery program is also available for people who are not physically able to make it to the Wallingford Food Bank. Call the Wallingford Food Bank (206)694-6723 to see if qualify. Must live in zip code 98103

Nearby [98103, 98115, 98117, 98125, 98177]

Blessed Sacrament – 5050 8th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98105
(206)547-2885, www.blessed-sacrament.org/foodbank.html

Food Bank hours: 10:30 am – 12 pm

Food Bank areas served parts of 98105, 98103, 98115, ID and proof of address are needed to become regular users

Hot meal – Four course meal every Sunday 12 pm – 2pm, all are welcome

FamilyWorks – familyworksseattle.org/food-banks/

Greenwood Food Bank – 9501 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103 (Salvation Army Seattle Temple Corps), Salvation Army (206)783-1225, Family Works (206)694-6727
Hours: Tuesday 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm, Wednesday (Seniors) 11 am – 2 pm (General) 12 pm – 2 pm

Phinney Ridge Lutheran Church – 7500 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103
(206)784-7964 – prlc.org/we-serve/food-bank/

Food bank hours: Tuesday 1:15 pm – 3 pm and Wednesdays 6:15 pm – 8 pm
Directions: Can call and make an appointment on Monday between 1 pm – 3 pm but walk ups are also accepted

Immanuel Community Services – 1215 Thomas Street Seattle, WA 98109
(206)622-1930 – https://www.icsseattle.org/

Community lunch: Last Sunday of every month, from Jan – May and Sept – Dec it is at noon, and June – Aug it is at 11 am
Everyone is welcome to show up for a hot meal.

Food bank: Every Monday 11 am – 1pm, anyone who is hungry and needs food is welcome

Hygiene Center: Every Monday – Friday from 8am – 2pm – opportunity for homeless men and women to wash clothes and take a shower. Once a week, people can wash larger items like blankets and sleeping bags. Free toiletries are also given out.

Recovery Program Shelter: Safe, supportive, clean and sober living environment for adult men overcoming addiction to drugs and or alcohol. They can house up to 14 men who are homeless as a result of addictions for up to a year.