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  • Free Mental Health & Substance Use Services for Sammamish Residents

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    CrossPath Counseling is excited to announce free youth mental health and substance use screenings and referral appointments for Sammamish youth. Please call (206) 676-2011 or email to set up your free screening. In addition, CrossPath has space for ongoing mental health and substance use clients for Sammamish youth, which will be offered to youth and families after the free screening and referral session. The Sammamish City Council voted earlier this year to provide special funding to support CrossPath and other organizations that address youth mental health in our community. We know this is time of unprecedented stress and upheaval for many of our city's youth and families, and we are here to help!

  • New Emergency Feeding Program from Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank

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    Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank has rolled out a new Emergency Feeding Program that will deliver to any Sammamish resident in need. Traditionally, this agency has served only the south end of our city, with our partners at Hopelink providing services on the north end. However, for the duration of the COVID-19 emergency, Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank has very kindly agreed to deliver to all of Sammamish’s residents requiring services. Please note that this offer of citywide service applies only the Emergency Delivery Program. Get started here.

    Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank will consider the following questions in determining if your household qualifies for delivery:

    Transportation: Do you have transportation to and from the Food Bank? If so, you should utilize their pick-up model. If not, you may qualify.

    Health: Do you have a serious health condition that makes it hard for you to get to the Food Bank?

    Employment schedule: Are you part of an essential service employment team and are unable to make it to the food bank during our regular distribution hours?

    Live in our Food Bank service area: The Food Bank serves the following zip codes: 98027, 98029, 98075 and 98059. For this temporary food delivery, we will also be serving those living in the 98074 zip code.

    If you meet the criteria above, you may be eligible for temporary delivery service. Please contact Erin at or 425-392-4123 ext. 16 to learn more.

  • Domestic Violence Resources

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    With communities across the nation staying home to prevent the spread of COVID-19, a challenging byproduct is that victims of domestic violence are being trapped with their abusers. With the health crisis extending the contact between abusers, survivors, and their children for a much longer and intense duration, local and national organizations that serve domestic violence survivors are seeing an increase in calls. Like COVID-19, signs of domestic abuse are not always visible. If you need help, contact Lifewire at 800-827-8840 or 425-746-1940.