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Community Resources

This page and others within this section contain information and links to community resources for: counseling, health clinics, dental clinics, and community support

The programs and organizations listed offer services on a free or sliding scale, are nearby and serve school-aged students. This list is being supplied as a courtesy by the Shoreline School District. This list is not an endorsement of providers, services, or fees. The Shoreline School District in no way assumes liability associated with providing this list, nor actions of the providers.

Community Support Resources

211 Resource Connections

Food Lifeline

Hunger Intervention Program (HIP)

Back to School Consortium School Supplies

Holiday Baskets Gifts and Food Supplies

The WORKS (clothing)

Shoreline Community Care

Center for Human Services

ParentHelp 123

King County Homeless Housing Program


Shoreline Special Education PTSA

Washington State Mental Health Referral Service for Children and Teens

Community Resources for Food Support

Little Free Pantries

Little Free Pantries are usually small cabinets (sometimes large) in front of someone’s home where neighbors can take food that they need, or leave food to share with others. If you need to stretch those grocery dollars, Little Free Pantries are a great resource. There are now more than two dozen Little Free Pantries in the Shoreline/LFP area. Here is a newly updated map and a list of all of them.

Food Banks and Community Meals

  • Hopelink Food Bank - 17837 Aurora Ave. N, Shoreline
    Tues. 12-4 pm, Wed. 3-7 pm, Thurs. 10 am – 2 pm (closed Fridays)
  • North Helpline Food Bank - 12726 33rd NE, Seattle (Lake City neighborhood)
    Wed. 10 am -1 pm; Thurs. 4:30-6:30 pm; Sat. 10 am – 1 pm
    * Bitter Lake Location Sat. 10 am – 2 pm
  • Free Community Brown Bag Dinners
    - St. Dunstan's Episcopal Church (5:30-7:00 pm each Tuesday, 722 N 145th St., Shoreline)
    - POPy's Cafe (5:00-6:300 pm each Wednesday, 14514 20th Ave. NE, Shoreline)