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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources

Resource Name Location Contact
WA State Drive-In WiFi Hot Spots

Drive-In WiFi Hotspots provide free temporary, emergency internet access for Washingtonians who do not have broadband service to their homes. Access is available to all residents with specific emphasis on remote learning for students. Also, this service can be used for job searches, telehealth, telework, unemployment filing, and census participation.

WA State School District Roster (OSPI)

Many school districts around the state are offering free meals for children during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Districts post information about how to access their meals online, or reach out directly to families. Click here to find your school district’s website.

Any child aged 0–18, or adults with disabilities who are enrolled in educational programs, can receive meals free of charge. The child, or eligible adult, must be present in order to receive food.

Boys & Girls Club of King County

Essential Occupation Workers who need youth care during the COVID-19 health crisis in the Greater Seattle area can attend any of the open Boys & Girls Clubs for a joining fee of $50 (the daily fee is waived).

City of Seattle COVID-19 Community Resources

This page contains information and links for City of Seattle programs and services that may be helpful for residents significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Resources include (but are not limited to) information about:
-Local financial relief funds
-Where to find hygiene services (like free showers)
-Utility Assistance
-Support for workers
-Support for small businesses
-Immigration related information

Downtown Public Health Center

Free COVID-19 testing is available at the Downtown Seattle Public Health Clinic for people with symptoms of COVID-19. You must be in one of the populations that are at the highest risk for severe illness resulting from the disease, and do not have regular access to health care.

DSHS COVID-19 Information and Resources

Use this website to find up-to-date information about how Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) programs have been impacted by COVID-19. Links are included to DSHS departments that have changed their practices due to coronavirus. You can also find DSHS child care resources available to families, including those who work in health care.

Edmonds School District Family Support Line (During COVID-19 Crisis)

Edmonds School District understands that families continue to need support during the COVID-19 outbreak. If you have an urgent need please reach out for support by calling 425-431-1454 (all languages welcome) or emailing

Federal Way Youth Action Team

2020 COVID-19 Toy & Food Drive: This event offers free meals for families, as well as toys for kids.

“Grab-N-Go” Toy & Food Drive: Fri 12:00pm – 4:00pm

King County Schools and Community Resource List

King County Public Health has compiled a list of community resources that may help your family during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak including: School district meals for students; online learning/educational resources for kids; utility assistance, etc.

Opportunity Council (Whatcom & San Juan)

This Resource Guide highlights services available in Whatcom County during the COVID-19 Pandemic.