Resources for Families

Resources for Families on the Eastside

The Eastside Cultural Navigator Program offers free assistance to immigrants and refugees who have limited English language background and helps bridge cultural barriers that might keep families from accessing needed services.

Cultural Navigator office hours at Family Resource Center:

Spanish - Alejandra (Ale) Villarreal - Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays 10am-5 Phone: 425-289-8608. ecnpspanish@cisc-seattle.org

Chinese - Gilbert Leow. Wednesdays 10am-6pm. Phone: 425-647-0913.

Languages of India - Mondays 2-4pm. Pushpakant Patel Tuesdays 10-2pm. Uma Sehgal Phone: 206-838-8157.

Russian and Ukrainian - Irina Chermeshnyuk. Wednesdays 10am-5pm. Phone: 425-502-0883.

Program Coordinator - Chor Phen Ng Phone: 425-289-8608.

A REGIONAL COALITION FOR HOUSING (ARCH) (425) 861-3676.

A cooperative effort undertaken by seven Eastside cities and King County, ARCH is dedicated to increasing the supply of affordable housing in East King County.

ALLIANCE OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES (425) 558-0993.

Alliance of People with disAbilities provides information and referral, advocacy, peer support, skills training and health insurance advising.

CAMP FIRE USA (425) 885-0477.

Camp Fire USA provides small group programs for boys and girls ages 5 through 18, including special needs and teen parents.

CHILD CARE RESOURCES (425) 865-9033.

Child Care Resources works in partnership with families, child care providers, businesses and government to ensure that every family can find safe, quality, affordable child care. CCR provides referrals to child care programs as well as consultation and training for child care providers.