Resources for Students

Local Social Service Help

Students may find this social sercices help list beneficial. Contacts include organizations in Kirkland, Redmond, Seattle and beyond.

How do we find the social services that our clients need? Here are a few suggestions for where we can get help finding them help.

For forty years the Crisis Clinic  has offered telephone-based crisis intervention and information and referrals to community services for youth and adults in Seattle-King County, WA. We can get community resource information from the Crisis Clinic by calling 211, by searching their online database or by using one of their Where to Turn books. The LWTech bookstore sells copies of this directory and the LWTech library has copies available on reserve.

Senior Information & Assistance is a program of Senior Services. They also provide an online database of resources for local seniors and assistance by phone: (206) 448-3110.


LWTech students have created some fabulous student clubs. The Social and Human Service Club promotes community service on campus and in the region. 

The purpose of the Social and Human Service Club is to:

  • Act as a mutual supportive community for social & human service students and others interested in social service.
  • Create and enhance a professional identity as prospective social service providers.
  • Enhance a more practical knowledge of social services.
  • Enhance the visibility and appreciation of social services among the student body.
  • Encourage involvement and personal interaction between students and faculty.
  • Gain skills in group dynamics, leadership, cooperation, and coordinating activities, meetings and events.
  • Have fun.
  • Promote fellowship among those with similar concerns.

Anyone who is interested in becoming a member of this club or learning what activities are planned should contact the department faculty or LWTech Student Programs.