Family and Social Services
We offer support, encouragement and resources to families with the goal of helping them build self-sufficiency and meaningful involvement in their communities.
Case management services: Support for Seattle's newest families
Our bilingual case managers work one-on-one with individuals, helping them to understand their new country and to address the challenges they may face due to economic disadvantage and language barriers.
High Point Family Resource Center
The High Point Family Resource Center provides professional resources and community-driven programs to families in West Seattle, all centered on cultural enrichment, personal growth and other skill-building opportunities. All programs and events are FREE, and everyone is welcome to join! Click here to see this month’s calendar of activities.
To learn more about the center, stop in for a visit or call 206-588-4900 ext. 3010.
Citizenship services: Reaching the goal of a lifetime
We offer bilingual assistance to individuals seeking U.S. citizenship. We help candidates fill out required forms and prepare for the citizenship test. For students who need extra test preparation, we also offer citizenship-oriented ESL classes. Contact Marissa Graff for details.
Senior services: Helping our elders remain independent
We work with seniors in Seattle and South King County so that they can live independently for as long as possible. This includes connecting those in need with senior services, chore services and utility assistance.
Helpline: One call can make a difference
Helpline is staffed by knowledgeable, caring operators who direct callers to emergency social services. We provide food bags, baby clothes, rent and utility assistance and make referrals to other agencies as needed.
Community building: Reaching out to connect neighbors
We sponsor regular community events that bring neighbors together to socialize, learn new things and create a caring, connected neighborhood.
Community Living Connections
Community Living Connections (CLC) is a network of agencies providing services for seniors (60+) and people with disabilities (18-59) in Washington. Neighborhood House is a part of this network and is the regional lead in South King County.
If you have any needs for connecting senior clients or people with disabilities to resources, please visit the links below, or call the central number, 1-844-348-5464 or contact Long Luu or Steven Van
Washington State: Seattle and King County: