Community Resources you may find helpful

  • Crisis Clinic in King County assists with emotional or relationship issues, housing assistance, and local resources.
  • Friends of Youth aids young families toward successful parenting and provides assistance in finding housing.
  • Speak Up When You’re Down provides support in dealing with post-partum depression.
  • Teen Clinic is a Public Health Service in King County, providing confidential assistance with birth control, pregnancy testing, and STD/HIV testing, as well as primary medical services to individuals age 20 and under.
  • WIC is a program for women, infants and children, providing information on nutrition and subsidies for infant formula and healthy food purchases.
  • Open Arms provides doula services to support women and their families from pregnancy through birth and into early parenting.
  • Exhale, an after-abortion talk-line.
  • Pregnancy Medical Program is offered by Washington state department of social and health services
  • Washington Connection, a portal to help people find and connect with services and benefits available in Washington state
  • Backline offers a  national Talkline (1-888-493-0092) that provides judgment-free support and peer counseling before, during and after the full spectrum of decisions and experiences with pregnancy, parenting, abortion and adoption.