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These services are free at Care Day

Dental Care

  • Immediate Care for adults
  • Dental Screening for children

Employment Support and Training

  • BFET: Basic Food, Employment and Training (DSHS)
  • Job Training
  • College
  • Transportation

Family, Children, and Youth

  • Housing
  • Food & Clothing Information
  • Child IDs
  • Bike Helmets
  • WIC benefits
  • Child Development and Disability screening

Groceries and Food Banks

  • Free Meal
  • Free Groceries
  • Free Community meals
  • Food banks
  • Food Assistance
  • Summer Meals for Families

Haircuts and Hygiene Supplies

Health and Medical Services

  • Medical Screenings (Vision, Hearing, BMI, Blood pressure, Glucose, Cholesterol)
  • Info on Health Clinics (including language assistance)
  • Apple Health signups and info
  • Mental/Behavioral health, Rehab
  • Domestic Violence Safety/Prevention


  • Emergency
  • Transitional
  • Permanent
  • Prevention of Homelessness
  • 2-1-1 for King County
  • 2-1-1 for Snohomish County (North Sound 211)

Legal and Financial Services

  • Child Care Resources
  • Language Assistance
  • DSHS
  • Emergency assistance (rent, utilities, food, clothing)
  • Immigration
  • Legal Services for Family, Housing, and Veterans
  • Social Security-related assistance


  • Adult and Children


  • Orca LIFT card

Veteran Services

  • Communications/Computer services
  • Dental
  • DSHS
  • Rapid Rehousing for Veterans’ Families
  • Mental & Behavioral Health

6 Comments so far:

  1. Debra says:

    Are there charges for these services? Or is it just information and brochures that will be given out?

    • Tim King says:

      Everything at Care Day is free. There will be free goods (shoes, groceries, kids bike helmets, hygiene kits), free services (dental care, health checks, haircuts, hand care), and free information about local services for needy neighbors in the community.

  2. Heidi says:

    Tim, I’m repeatedly asked if people have to prove that they’re in need or low income and if they have to prove they’re from the Northshore area. Some Kirkland area people would like to attend. Thanks.

    • Tim King says:

      Care Day does not require proof of income or residence location. We aim to serve whomever comes to Care Day, but focus our “marketing” on the communities of Lake Forest Park, Kenmore, Bothell, Woodinville, Kirkland. Kirkland people are very welcome to attend.

  3. Is this only for homeless or anyone

  4. Is this only for homeless or anyone