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    Social Emotional Learning Resources and Family Wellness

    Talking About Race and Social Justice at Home
    Your Kids Aren’t Too Young to Talk About Race: Resource Roundup: link to prettygooddesign.org

    The Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture on Talking About Race: link to National Museum of African American History and Culture

    Social and Emotional Lessons
    Free Social Emotional video lessons by grade level and topic, along with support materials for each lesson, from Second Step and the Committee for Children: link to second step org

    The Imagine Neighborhood Story Podcast: link

    Making Space (social/emotional lessons thru art) with Christian Robinson: UTube link

    Join the Worry Warriors Club: UTube link

    Practicing Mindfulness

    Mind Yeti: link to UTube

    Susan Greenland: link to website

    Fablefy – The Whole Child: link to UTube

    New Horizon – Meditation and Sleep Studies: link to UTube

    Free Audio Books for Kids: link to audible

    Parent Supports

    Parent Support – Sound Discipline : https://www.sounddiscipline.org/homeresources/

    UW Center for Family and Child Well Being: https://depts.washington.edu/ccfwb/resources/

    Seattle Public Schools’ Community Resource Listings: link to SPS website

    Seattle Children’s Resources for Mental Wellness and Family Life: link to Children's hospital resources

    Children’s Hospital community therapy resources for mood and anxiety:link to Children's hospital resources  

    COVID-19 and Health Insurance

    Advice and Testing for COVID-19. Symptoms, when/how/where to Test, latest guidance and FAQ, multilingual resource from Public Health - Seattle and King County: link to King County website

    Health care coverage. A special enrollment period is open for free or low-cost insurance: https://www.wahealthplanfinder.org/

    Free Summer Groceries and Meals

    Ballard High School: Ballard High School is a SPS food distribution site
    1418 NW 65th St Seattle, WA 98117
    M-F 11:00am-1:00pm (all summer)

    Ballard Food Bank: Currently offering hands free drive thru service (as well as home delivery if you do not have access to a car). 206-789-7800 ext. 7. https://www.ballardfoodbank.org/home

    United Way of King County and Food Lifeline: Offering free home delivery of emergency food boxes across Seattle during COVID-19 if you are unable to leave your home. To order a food box, fill out their online form, (this link will take you away from uwkc.org), or call Toll-Free at 833-540-0800, Mondays to Fridays from 11am-4pm.

    Pandemic EBT: This is extra cash support for food all for students who are approved for free lunch at school. If you already receive EBT for your child/ren, the additional funds will be added automatically. If not, you need to apply. Apply (once program is launched – please check site daily to apply as soon as the program opens).   call 877–501–2233 (DSHS Customer Service Contact Center — Language translation available) Information and link to application  

    Computer Access and Financial Support Internet Access from Seattle Schools: https://www.seattleschools.org/district/calendars/news/what_s_new/internet_for_students

    Free and Low-Cost Computers and Access to the Internet in the City of Seattle: https:// www.seattle.gov/tech/services/free-and-discounted-devices

    King County support during COVID: https://www.kingcounty.gov/council/gethelp/financial.aspx

    Need Help This Summer
    Crisis Connections: can direct you to community support with housing, food, or financial assistance. You can call Crisis Connections at: 2-1-1,1-800-621-4636, or 206-461-3200. Or online the Crisis Connections website has a great directory for resources and community support: https://www.crisisconnections.org/get-help/community-resources-online/ Emergency needs: King County Crisis Line is available 24-Hours a day at 866-427-4747.