b'2020 Guide to Human Services ProvidersANEWPre-Apprenticeship TrainingDomestic Abuse Womens NetworkInstitute for Family Development(206) 381-1384 (DAWN)24-hour Crisis Line, ShelterParents and Children Together High quality training, employment navigation,Services & Advocacy(253) 874-3630and supportive services to enter theConfidential phone line In-home family counseling to improve construction industry. (425) 656-7867 parenting skills, child behavior and overall Asian Counseling and 24-hr, 7 days a week support for victimsfamily functioning.Referral Servicesof domestic violence in crisis and needing Whole Health Oriented Mental Healthimmediate resources. Confidential shelter andKing Co. Bar Association(206) 695-7591advocacy services for victims and their childrenEnglish (206) 267-7090as well as education for the community.In-language services for Asian Pacific IslanderHousing Justice Project individuals living with chronic mental illness byHealthPoint Spanish (206) 267-7091combining Eastern and Western approaches. Primary Medical & Natural Medicine (206) 277-7200 Walk-in clinic located in King County Superior Catholic Community Services Courthouses providing free legal assistance to Emergency AssistanceMidway Dental low-income residential tenants facing eviction. (253) 850-2523(206) 870-3600 MondayFriday: 8:00 - 10:30 a.m. / Emergency financial assistance to supportHealth/dental services for low-income,Maleng Regional Justice Centerbasic needs, including shelter, rent, utilities anduninsured, and other residents on a slidingMonday: 3:455:00 p.m./ Downtown local transportation.scale fee. Medicaid, Medicare, and privateCourthouseFridays 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. insurance accepted.King County BarPro Bono Services Child Care Resources Highline Area Food Bank Neighborhood Legal Clinics Information & Referral18300 Fourth Ave. S., Burien (206) 267-7070(206) 329-5544(206) 433-9900 Provides 30 minutes of free legal advice with Childcare information and referral servicesProvides food bank services and referrals. attorneys regarding civil issues at one of 39 to parents; provides technical assistance andTuesdays from 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. clinics throughout King County. Clinics in both workshops to providers. Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. general and specialty areas are available.2nd Tuesday of every month 5:30 p.m. Childrens Therapy Center to 7:00 p.m. King County Major Home(253) 854-5660 Repair Program Therapy services for ages birth to eighteen withHospitality House (206) 263-9095developmental delays and disabilities. Womens Shelter Program Major home repair for the Buriens low-and (206) 242-1860 moderate-income residents on a grant and/or Crisis Clinic A nine-bed emergency shelter for homelessloan basis.Community Info Help LineCall: 2-1-1women. Services include case management, 24-Hour Crisis Line(206) 461-3222food, social and life skills, employment support,King County Sexual Assault Resource Websitewww.crisisclinic.org and advocacy. CenterSexual Assault Services 1 (888) 998-6423Teen Link(206) 461-4922 Crisis intervention, information, therapy,and advocacy to victims of sexual assault all ages; 24-hour crisis line; prevention and education services. Services provided in English and Spanish.SPRING 2020| 19'