2-1-1 Community Resources Online (CRO) is a database of health and human services in Washington State. It includes more than 5,000 services and 1,500 agencies.


211 is a centralized phone number you can call to find help for getting food, jobs, housing, legal, medical assistance and many other resources. As trans people, we know that we might or might not get a sensitive, informed response from many places we go for help, and 211 is no exception. However, in addition to the other resources listed in this guide, calling 211 is another way to start your search for basic needs resources in the King County area.

All Trans Support Groups by Ingersoll

A place for trans, gender variant, genderqueer, questioning, friends, family and community allies to come together for information and mutual support. Meets every Wednesday, no exceptions.

http://ingersollgendercenter.org/what-we-do/peer-support-group • 517 E Pike Street, Seattle
206-849-7859 • Email

Camp Ten Trees

A residential youth summer camp for LGBTQ communities and their allies. Offers one-week outdoor camps in the spring, summer and fall. Summer camp programming is trans inclusive and trans celebratory. For campers ages 8-17. Volunteer opportunities for 18+.

camptentrees.org • 206-288-3568Email

Cedar River Clinics

Provides abortions, birth control, well woman care, and LGBTQ wellness services, including specialized transgender care based on the informed consent model.

Services include hormone therapy, surgical referrals, post-surgical follow up, and clerical services. Two days per month are dedicated to LGBTQ wellness services.

cedarriverclinics.org • 263 Rainier Ave South #200, Renton |
509 Olive Way Suite 1454, Seattle | 1401-A Martin Luther King Way, Tacoma • 800-572-4223 • Email

CLEAR Hotline (Northwest Justice Project)

Offers a toll-free legal advice hotline for low-income individuals in cases affecting basic human needs such as family safety and security, housing preservation, protection of income and more.

nwjustice.org/clear-hotline • 401 Second Avenue S, Suite 407 Seattle
1-888-201-1014 | 1-888-387-7111 (for senior over 60) | 1-800-833-6384 (for the deaf and hard of hearing)

Coalition Ending Gender-Based Violence Local Services

A list of King County domestic violence, sexual assault, and trafficking programs of organizational members of the Coalition Ending Gender-Based Violence. The Coalition itself does not provide direct services.

206-568-5454 • endgv.org

Country Doctor

A community clinic in Capitol Hill that provides primary care services and an on-site pharmacy. Also has a walk-in after hours clinic at the Swedish Cherry Hill location. Offers a sliding scale for patients without insurance. No walk-ins, call to schedule an appointment.

500 19th Ave E, Seattle • 206-299-1600

D Center at University of Washington

A disabled student center run by and for disabled, chronically ill, deaf, mad and/ or neurodivergent students at the UW. A space for disabled students to meet, build community, share skills, create events and create disability culture and activism on campus.

University of Washington, Mary Gates Hall 024
206-685-0949 • Email

Entre Hermanos

Promotes the health and well-being of the Latino/a gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and questioning community in a culturally appropriate environment through disease prevention, education, support services, advocacy and community building. Hosts a trans support group that meets on the 1st Saturday of each month.

entrehermanos.org • 1105 23rd Ave, Seattle
206-322-7700 • Email

Gender Alliance of the South Sound

A non-profit group for the transgender community within the South Puget Sound area of Washington state. Provides support, referral to resources, peer-to-peer support and fellowship for individuals who are transgender, crossgender, intersexed, androgyne, gender variant, cross-dresser, or are involved in activities or expressions of gender identity or presentation divergent from their gender assigned at birth.

Meets every 2nd, 4th, and 5th Friday and 2nd Tuesday of each month from 7 PM – 9 PM in Tacoma at the Oasis Rainbow Center, located at 2215 Pacific Ave. in downtown Tacoma.


Gender Diversity

Offers medical/mental health provider referral & consultations and hosts monthly support groups to help families navigate a wide range of issues related to supporting their transgender & gender diverse children. Meets monthly on Sunday afternoons. See website for times.

Seattle Children’s Hospital • 1-855-4GENDER • Email

Gender Justice League

A grassroots activist collective that focuses on community building, leadership development, education and advocacy. They host Seattle Trans Pride, Gender Justice Awards, and Say Her Name Legal Clinics.

genderjusticeleague.org • 1433 12th Ave Suite A1, Seattle

Hearing Speech and Deaf Center

Provides services that empower Deaf and hard of hearing people to live independent and productive lives with full access to rights, privileges, and opportunities. Assists clients in understanding and obtaining appropriate accommodations needs in accordance with the ADA.

hsdc.org • 1625 19th Ave E, Seattle, WA
206-323-5770 • Email

LGBTQ Allyship

Builds power among LGBTQ communities and allies in Washington through community organizing, education, advocacy, and developing grassroots leadership. Their Trans Advocate Program is for trans and gender non-conforming workers whose labor rights have been violated.

1105 23rd Avenue, Seattle • 206-930-6668Email

LIHI tiny houses

A development company that builds tiny house villages and homeless encampments:

  • Ballard Encampment: 2826 NW Market Street, Seattle • 206-390-9292
  • Interbay Encampment: 3234 17th Avenue W, Seattle • 206-356-4484
  • Othello Village: 7544 Martin Luther King Jr. Way S, Seattle • 425-615-0800
  • Tiny House Village: 1419 22nd Avenue, Seattle • 206-601-0999


Neighborcare Health Youth Clinic at 45th Street

Provides gender affirming services for youth and young adults who are currently homeless or have been homeless. By appointment and walk-in. Services include: primary medical care, acupuncture, mental health counseling, drug and alcohol counseling, HIV counseling, dental care, yoga classes, naturopathy, meditation, massage, health education, social service referrals and outreach.

1629 North 45th Street, Seattle • 206-633-3350

New Horizons

In addition to providing case management, employment training, weekday breakfasts, and evening drop-ins, offers 20 beds for emergency youth shelter, and 12 beds for transitional shelter. Gender-neutral sleeping areas available.

  • Drop-In: Sun 6 – 9 PM, Mon-Thurs 7 – 9 PM
  • Breakfast: Mon-Fri 8 – 8:45 AM
  • Young Adult Emergency Shelter: Sun-Thurs 9:30 PM – 7:30 AM

nhmin.org • 2709 3rd Avenue, Seattle
206-374-0866 • Email

NorthWest Access Fund

Provides funding to people with disabilities in Washington and Oregon to purchase assistive technology and achieve greater independence.

nwaccessfund.org • 1437 South Jackson Street, Suite #302 Seattle 98144
206-328-5116 (Phone) / 206-328-5126 (Fax) / 1-888-494-4775 (TTY)

Northwest Two Spirit Society

This group is open to those who identify as Two-Spirit and our valued Allies. Two-Spirit are those who are Aboriginal/First Nation/Native American/ American Indian/Alaskan Native, Metis, Inuit and Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/ Transgender. Provides cultural and ceremonial support to two spirit people, especially young people and their families.

Orion Center (YouthCare)

Provides nightly emergency shelter for up to twenty 18-24 year olds, where they can also do their laundry and take a hot shower. Also offers meals and drop-in services to youth up to age 22 who are homeless or in unstable housing.

  • Breakfast: Monday–Friday, 8:30 – 9 AM
  • Lunch: Monday–Friday, 12:30 – 1 PM
  • Dinner: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, 6 – 6:30 PM

youthcare.org • 1828 Yale Avenue, Seattle
206-622-5555 • Email


Provides shelter and support services for youth experiencing homelessness. Runs several youth programs, including:

  • LEAP Internship, a resilience oriented youth development program.
  • Queer Youth Community Organizing Internship, a track within LEAP focused on community organizing and advocacy for homeless LGBTQ youth.
  • HYPE, a peer-driven day program teaching self-advocacy. HYPE participants get access to hot meals, shelter, laundry and the technology center.
  • HYPE Drop-in Center: M, Tu, W, F 12 to 3 PM. Overnight Shelter: Nightly 9:30 PM to 7:30 AM

psks.org • 1609 19th Ave #100, Seattle
206-726-8500 • Email