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Information that May Help

At any given moment, some of us are stumbling.  I offer links to websites that I have found helpful:

Addiction.  Intoxicants can take control of your life.  If you suffer addiction to a substance, you will find information and referrals on this website to help you regain control of your life: http://www.alltreatment.com/wa.

Unemployment.  Jobs come and go.  If yours has gone and neglected to come back, Goodwill may be able to help:  http://www.seattlegoodwill.org/jobtraining.

Homelessness.  If you lack basic shelter, consult:  http://www.ccsww.org or https://www.ywcaworks.org.

Health Care.  We all get sick.  If you cannot afford care, visit http://wafreeclinics.org.

Domestic Violence.  If you are fleeing domestic violence, consider information contained at this website:  http://www.newbegin.org/   New Beginnings 24-hour help line:  206-522-9472,  OR Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County, http://www.dvs-snoco.org, 24-hour help line:  425-252-2873.

Suicide.  In stress, depression looms.  Depression makes dying sound desirable.  Before you take irremediable steps, please call the Crisis Clinic:  206-461-3222.

Depression and Psychological Illness.  If you are depressed or have other mental illness challenges, call Lutheran Community Services, 1-800-509-0515, or Presbyterian Counseling Service, 206-527-2266.  You will also find help with psychological problems at http://www.alltreatment.com/wa.

Unanswered Questions about Community Resources Available to You.  If you do not know where to turn to answer your questions or find help, call the Community Information Line:  1-800-621-4636.  They know everything about almost everything.

Human Beings.  If you need to talk with a human being, there are two at Lancaster Law Office:  206-367-3122.

 

 

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Phone: 206-367-3122

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