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Government actions and resources
Local Digital Collections of Resources:
For parents and caregivers:
For undocumented communities: this list of resources.
Free English Classes:
Practice your English conversational skills online with other learners and native English speakers! Discuss relevant topics in small groups to gain self-confidence and improve your speaking and listening. All levels welcome. Offered by the Seattle Public Library and the Literacy Source: https://www.literacysource.org/online-conversation-circles
Seattle Mutual Aid Request for Assistance (up to $50 in groceries/supplies)
for folks who are quarantined without pay, sick, disabled, elderly, undocumented, queer, Black, Indigenous, and/or people of color.
Access to Food and Meals
For small businesses:
For retail and service operations like grocery stores, restaurants, and movie theaters
Utilities, Food & Internet Access
Utilities will not be Shut Off During this Outbreak
Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) and Seattle City Light (SCL) will keep utility services on during the COVID-19 Civil Emergency in Seattle. SPU and SCL customers who have been financially impacted by COVID-19, regardless of background or immigration status, can request a deferred payment plan with the utilities by calling (206) 684-3000 or sending an email anytime at seattle.gov/utilities/about-us/email-question.
The Utility Discount Program (UDP) lowers Seattle City Light bills by 60 percent and Seattle Public Utility bills by 50 percent. To learn more about enrollment in UDP, call (206) 684-0268 or go to: seattle.gov/humanservices/services-and-programs/affordability-and-livability/utility-discount-program.
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