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Multiple Community Resources
2-1-1 for Washington State
This is a toll-free number that automatically connects you with your local 2-1-1 service. Callers can reach a live Information and Referral Specialist from anywhere in Washington between 9am and 5pm Monday - Friday.
ILS Reentry wiki. "The resources provided here have been located and organized by the Institutional Library Services, a Washington State Library program." The resources are also useful to those formerly involved with the justice system.
Reentry Resources for Currently and Formerly Incarcerated Individuals with Disabilities in King County
The purpose of this guide is to help people with disabilities who are currently incarcerated in King County jails identify outside resources as they prepare for release. This guide may also help formerly incarcerated individuals with disabilities access reentry resources in King County.
Reentering Your Community - Handbook
Published by the Bureau of Prisons.
Includes services and resources available to help in three areas:
• for before your release,
• just after you return home,
• and later, when you’re a bit more settled in.
DSHS Office of Minority Health
The purpose of this web page is to provide a consolidated location for available reentry resources for returning citizens and their families, HHS grantees, and other individuals/organizations working to help people leaving the criminal justice system
Community and Agency Services
Washington Connect - Dept. of Social and Human Services. Includes resources, programs and services provided by partner agencies.
Specific Types of Resources
Money Management and Consumer Information