Information & Resources
DSHS Child Protective Services
To Report Abuse or Neglect Involving Children
Call: 1-800-562-5624 (Statewide Hotline Number)
To Report Abuse or Neglect of Adults
in Their Own Homes
Call: 1-800-346-9257 (Region #4) Ask for APS Intake
To Report Abuse or Neglect Involving
Adults in Facilities
Call: 1-800-562-6078 (Statewide Number)
The King county parks and Recreation office has many
ongoing and special events
including evening dances.
Call for schedule of events, times and cost: (206) 205-8335
Seattle Parks and Recreation
100 Dexter Avenue N.
General Information: (206) 684-4075
For a complete overview of Seattle Parks & Recreation
including addresses and features of each park: http://www.pan.ci.seattle.wa.us/seattle/parks/parkspaces/parklist.htm
2208 Second Avenue
Tel: 1-888-4ELDERS or (206) 448-3110 or TDD (206) 448-5025
Senior services offers a monthly I & A Passport
newsletter with a calendar of events and resources.
There are many resources available to seniors including
volunteer transportation, minor home repair, senior
rights assistance, an African-American outreach program
and the senior information and assistance/ caregiver
support group. By calling or visiting the website you
can find phone numbers for all of these services, as
well as, available benefits, applications for Meals
on Wheels or the Mobile Market and other community and
Shoreline Parks and Recreation
Shoreline City Hall
17544 Midvale Ave. N.
Tel: (206) 546-5041
Scholarships are available for youth and developmentally
disabled programs. Please call the Shoreline Pool at
(206) 362-1307 or the Spartan Gym at
(206) 418-3383 for more information.
Call or see website for route schedules: http://transit.metrokc.gov/
Tel: (206) 553-3000
Regional Reduced Fare Permit
Discounted bus pass for adults with developmental disability.
Cost: One time fee of $3.00 then each bus ride is .25
Call: (206) 553-3060, M-F 8am-5pm for paperwork.
TTY users call (206) 384-1739, and request an application
Requires doctor's signature and check box that says
that the person requires an
attendant while riding the bus. (Then companion rides
Once paperwork is submitted, pick up pass at King Street
Station, 201 S. Jackson St
Need Photo ID unless over 65 years of age.
Open: M-F 8am-5pm.
Are available for seniors and adults with developmental
disabilities through the mayor's office. They offer
discounts and reduced entrance fees to many venues.
Requirements for applying for the card are listed on
the paperwork and on the website.
The cards provide identification and eligibility to
receive discounts at various businesses, reduced fares
on Amtrak, and free tickets to the Woodland Park Zoo
and Seattle Aquarium.
To obtain a card print the paperwork off the website:
(Look for the Mayor's office link) or call the community
line at, 1-800-621-4636 for more information.
Also available through the Mayor's office is a Disability
Resource Link page with many valuable contacts for information
CPR & First Aid Training Courses
The following organizations offer courses that will
fulfill CPR/ First Aid Requirements. Please call or
email or visit their websites for current class availability
Seattle King County Red Cross - 1900 25th Avenue South
PO Box 3097, Seattle, WA 98114-3097
Phone: (206) 323-2345 Fax: (206) 325-8211
Snohomish County Red Cross - 2530 Lombard
Everett, Washington 98201
Tel: (425) 252-4103
Many Community Centers and Fire Stations also offer
CPR and First Aid Training.