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Resources Available Within Our Community!

While we are in transition to prepare our new home (the Former US Bank Building in Skyway), Friday, March 10, 2023, will be our last in person event for the Skyway Resource Center. You will still be able to see our hard work during the construction phase of our new building!

Although we’ll no longer be in person providing services on a monthly basis, here’s what we will be up to:

  • Now - 2024: Continuous planning for the Skyway Resource Center, involving it’s resources and building development

  • Summer 2023: Groundbreaking & Construction Starts

  • 2024: The New Skyway Resource Center building is slated to open!

Check out the listing below to view the community resources that are still available. Please note that list will be updated with resources periodically.

Health & Wellness


Available Resources: Mental Health Counseling, Substance Use Disorder Treatment Evaluations & Counseling, Wraparound with Intensive Services, Early Support for Infants & Toddlers developmental therapies, Healthy Start home visiting, RAYS Up Youth Development

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  • Referral Link:

  • Referral Contact:

  • Phone Number: 206-957-4841

  • Information Needed for eligibility: Mental Health Counseling: ages 0-24, Medicaid only accepted, Substance Use Disorder Treatment Evaluations & Counseling: ages 11-24, Medicaid only accepted, Wraparound with Intensive Services: ages 0-12, Medicaid only accepted, Early Support for Infants & Toddlers developmental therapies: ages 0-3rd birthday, any insurance accepted, Healthy Start home visiting: prenatal through 3rd birthday, no cost, RAYS Up Youth Development: ages 12-18, must attend Renton School District, no cost, must be eligible by certain factors such as failing grades, lack of adult support, etc.

King County Public Health WIC & First Steps

Available Resources: WIC services: WIC provides health screenings, nutrition and health education, help getting other services, help with breast/chestfeeding, and clients receive a monthly benefit to buy nutrition foods at the grocery store. Additional details can be found at

First Steps: Includes Maternity Support Services (MSS) and Infant Case Management (ICM). MSS provides health education and counseling during your pregnancy and two months after your pregnancy ends. ICM helps parents of infants learn about and use medical, social, educational, and other resources to help infants thrive. Additional details can be found at

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  • Phone Number: 206-477-1870

  • Information Needed for eligibility: WIC: If you live in Washinton state; have a medical or nutrition need; and you are pregnant, a new mother, or have a child under five years of age; and you meet income guidelines. Your family may still be eligible even if you are working, a single parent or receiving SNAP assistance. If you receive Basic Food Program benefits, Medical Assistance, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), or Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR) you are income eligible for WIC. First Steps: If you have Medicaid; and you are pregnant or have an infant up to 12 months of age.

Character Leadership

Available resources will be updated at a later time.

Educational Advancement

Renton Schools McKinney-Vento Services

Available Resources: School enrollment, Transportation for students who qualify for McKinney-Vento (homeless), McKinney-Vento school fines and fees (including extracurriculars), Access to educational services, McKinney-Vento tutoring, Free school meals.


Referral Link:

Referral Contact:

Phone Number: 425-204-2295

Information Needed for eligibility: Fill out McKinney-Vento Notification Form at

Economic Empowerment

Available resources will be updated at a later time.

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