RALLY Resources April 2020

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  • The 2-1-1 Resource Center: first established nationwide in 1997 and established in Washington State in 2006, the 2-1-1 Resource Center is a statewide library of community resources and supports and is available to any person for almost any need. The goal for 2-1-1 is to lift families out of poverty through the continual updating and availability of community resources and to connect people to any and all of those services as needed. In addition, the 2-1-1 resource center accepts volunteers and donations. To sign up or register as a resource, volunteer or donor, interested parties can go online to the 2-1-1 website and click the link at the bottom of the web page, or contact 2-1-1 by phone.
  • The Family Alliance for Mental Health has a survey link for youth and caregivers to get feedback about behavioral health phone and telehealth-based services including public mental health and Medicaid-funded, private insurance. The survey contains only 6 questions and is not limited to any specific county or region.
  • Community Youth Services: The WIOA online Youth Program serves people ages 14-24 years who are low-income and may be homeless, pregnant or parenting, have been arrested; are court-involved; or are currently or formerly in Foster-care. For more information, visit WorkSource Support for Youth.