The links below will help you find a wide variety of resources and services in our community.
- Child care
- Tenant and landlord resolution
- Rent, utility, and deposit assistance
- Legal services
For even more resources, visit Washington’s 2-1-1 website. 2-1-1 is a free confidential community service and your one-stop connection to the local services you need, from utility assistance, food, housing, health, child care, after school programs, elder care, crisis intervention and much more. 2-1-1 is always ready to assist you in finding the help you need. Dial the three digit number 2-1-1 on your phone or visit their website. If you are outside of Washington or have a problem dialing the number 2-1-1, please dial 1-877-211-9274.
Eviction Resolution Program
The Eviction Resolution Program at the Dispute Resolution Center of Thurston County (DRC) was created to resolve landlord and tenant disputes before they lead to court filings and evictions. The DRC is an independent, nonprofit organization that provides impartial mediation services to Thurston and Mason counties. Anyone, tenant or landlord, can contact the Dispute Resolution Center at 360.956.1155 to participate in the program, at no cost. For assistance in Spanish, call 360-956-1155 Ext. 150 or email email@example.com.
For more information, click Eviction Resolution (mediatethurston.org)
WASHINGTON COVID-19 IMMIGRANT RELIEF FUND
If you’re an immigrant experiencing hard times because of COVID-19, and you aren’t eligible for federal financial relief or unemployment insurance, this fund is for you. Apply for the Washington COVID-19 Immigrant Relief Fund and receive a $1,000 one-time direct payment (up to $3,000 per household).
To apply, you must meet ALL of the requirements below:
• Be 18 years old or older
• Reside in Washington state
• Have experienced hardship due to the pandemic
• Did not receive federal CARES Act Economic Impact Payment (also known as a “coronavirus stimulus check”) due to immigration status AND
• Are not eligible for unemployment insurance during the COVID-19 pandemic due to immigration status.