With your help, we continued to serve neighbors over the past year, despite a global pandemic. From October 2019 to September 2020, we responded to 107,446 families and individuals. You helped us connect people with assistance for rent and utilities and provide furniture and nutritious food. We stood with families and young people in the…

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We are honored to join Best Starts for Kids as part of their Help Me Grow King County network of coordinated access partners. Our Early Childhood Resource and Referral line launches February 1, 2021. Too often, referral services simply give families some numbers to call, leaving them to connect with these resources on their own.…

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St. Vincent de Paul of Seattle|King County collaborates with Seattle, King County Public Health to help neighbors experiencing homelessness receive patient-centered health, and social services, while meeting people where they are and fostering health and well-being. The Mobile Medical Van will be at the St Vincent de Paul Georgetown campus every month, helping neighbors with…

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St. Vincent de Paul of Seattle|King County and REACH (a program of Evergreen Treatment Services) has collaborated to work towards improving the lives of neighbors in the Seattle and King County community. REACH has a team made up of case managers, social workers, chemical dependency specialists, nurses, and other staff who devote their time working…

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Sign Up To Volunteer Today! Sign Up to Volunteer Participate in enriching volunteer work, and engage with the community to help neighbors change their lives. Volunteering with St. Vincent de Paul is all about giving and seeing the fruits of your labor, with benefits and value provided to our struggling neighbors. Volunteering is an enriching, exciting,…

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A few weeks ago, I gathered with our Latinx Centro Rendu program staff for a retreat.  It was a morning of reflection, unpacking, off-loading, and of renewal. Throughout the day, I listened to the stories of individuals and families impacted by COVID-19. The stories told were filled with pain. Stories not just about the neighbors…

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