Community Resource Center Updates – June 13, 2022

In this week’s Community Corner newsletter: Check out an Orion program tour to learn about their paid job training program in aerospace parts manufacturing Doney Coe Pet Clinic has opened their permanent clinic in downtown Seattle! Residents of Bellevue and Auburn can apply for rent help through the YMCA And… [ Keep reading ]

Community Resource Center Updates – June 6, 2022

In this week’s Community Corner newsletter: We have an updated Community Resource Center schedule! We’re excited to welcome Catholic Community Services back to the CRC to provide services every Monday from 8:30-noon. Check out the YMCA’s Hot Jobs and Hot Apartments lists for June Get help getting a free phone… [ Keep reading ]

Community Resource Center Updates – May 23, 2022

In this week’s Community Corner newsletter: Check out the Indigenous Health Fair happening at Transform Burien this week Join a webinar with Solid Ground tenant counselors and legal advisors to learn about your rights as a renter with fees and deposits Get up to speed on the new and improved… [ Keep reading ]

Community Resource Center Updates – May 16, 2022

In this week’s Community Corner newsletter: Save the date for an upcoming resource fair at Compass Housing Alliance Learn whether your household is eligible for internet service discounts through the Affordable Connectivity Program Check out Pioneer Human Services’ Roadmap to Success program And more! Read the May 16, 2022 newsletter.

Seattle Municipal Court Judges Agree to Seattle City Attorney’s Proposed Changes to Seattle Community Court

The Seattle Municipal Court judges, in an effort to work collaboratively, have agreed to the Seattle City Attorney’s proposed changes to Seattle Community Court. The City Attorney requested that certain individuals they have identified as ‘high utilizers’ be excluded from participating in the program. The Community Court agreement already provided… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Municipal Court Probation Evolution Project Updates

In 2020, Seattle Municipal Court (SMC) started redesigning our approach to probation. This effort is a result of stakeholder and community feedback and our desire to eliminate disproportionate impacts. We used findings and recommendations in the 2020 Vera Institute of Justice Probation Services report and the 2021 City Auditor’s assessment… [ Keep reading ]

Sign Up for New Seattle Ticket Debt Reduction Hearings

Seattle Municipal Court now offers ticket debt reduction hearings for people who can’t afford to pay their debt from Seattle parking, traffic, or camera tickets. You are eligible if you are: Low income Have debt from parking, traffic, or camera infraction tickets in Seattle Municipal Court that you can’t afford to… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Municipal Court Statement Regarding City Attorney’s Formal Request to Allow Independent Prosecution of Individuals Committing Frequent Offenses

In response to Seattle City Attorney Ann Davison’s April 27, 2022 letter to the Seattle Municipal Court judges, the court issued the following statement: Seattle Municipal Court remains committed to collaborating with the Seattle City Attorney’s Office and the King County Department of Public Defense to ensure a viable Seattle… [ Keep reading ]

Community Resource Center Updates – April 11, 2022

In this week’s Community Corner newsletter: Applications are open for the 2022 Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program through April 29! Check out the YCWA’s Hope and Power for Your Personal Finances online group for women who have experienced an abusive or controlling relationship New Hot Apartments list for April 2022… [ Keep reading ]

Community Resource Center Updates – April 4, 2022

In this week’s Community Corner newsletter: The Community Resource Center is now open 3 days a week! We don’t have any community providers on-site on Thursday, but CRC staff will be there to offer bus tickets, Emergency Food Bags, COVID-19 Hygiene Kits, clothing, information and referrals to service providers. Join… [ Keep reading ]