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Washington State Employment Security Department - How to apply for unemployment benefits
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If you have lost your job in Washington State through no fault of your own, you can apply for unemployment benefits through the Washington State Employmen...Show more If you have lost your job in Washington State through no fault of your own, you can apply for unemployment benefits through the Washington State Employment Security Department. This webpage provides steps that will help guide you through the process of filing for unemployment benefits. Show less
King County 2-1-1
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If you need emergency help with food, housing, or other services, contact King County Crisis Connections (call 2-1-1 or text your zip code to 877-211-9274). If you need emergency help with food, housing, or other services, contact King County Crisis Connections (call 2-1-1 or text your zip code to 877-211-9274). Show less
Unemployment Law Project
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A legal aid organization that provides low-cost representation and free advice and counsel to people with Washington State unemployment claims. A legal aid organization that provides low-cost representation and free advice and counsel to people with Washington State unemployment claims. Show less
Essential Workforce Needs - COVID-19 — WorkSource Seattle-King County
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Essential workforce needs have emerged in response to societal changes, including hiring increases for grocery stores, cleaning companies, healthcare, government services, and others. Essential workforce needs have emerged in response to societal changes, including hiring increases for grocery stores, cleaning companies, healthcare, government services, and others. Show less
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau - If I can't pay my mortgage loan, what are my options?
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If you don’t have enough money to pay your rent or mortgage, contact your lender or landlord immediately. Help includes: Washington Homeownership Hotline ...Show more If you don’t have enough money to pay your rent or mortgage, contact your lender or landlord immediately. Help includes: Washington Homeownership Hotline (877-894-HOME) Rental assistance & counseling (800-569-4287) List of Housing Counseling Agencies For renters, the Governor issued a statewide moratorium on evictions of residential tenants for non-payment of rent until April 17 Show less
Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission - Energy Assistance
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If you need help paying your utility bills, contact your service provider immediately. Seattle City Light, Seattle Public Utilities, Puget Sound Energy, a...Show more If you need help paying your utility bills, contact your service provider immediately. Seattle City Light, Seattle Public Utilities, Puget Sound Energy, and most city-run utilities in King County will not shut off service during the emergency. Most utilities also offer assistance programs for people in need. The Utilities and Transportation Commission offers energy assistance programs. The federal government offers assistance programs to help with telephone and heating bills. Comcast is offering free WiFi hot spots, unlimited data, and no disconnects or late fees. Show less
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