Other Local Resources to Help You Along the Way

Community Resources

The following organizations and services have proven to be valuable resources for our members. Please note that each of these organizations are independent from Express Credit Union.

Basic Services

4People

Resources available at the county level

www.4people.org

YWCA

Housing Stability, Economic Advancement, Health & Safety and Race/Social Justice

www.ywcaworks.org

El Centro de la Raza (ECDLR)

Through their comprehensive programs and services, ECDLR empowers members of the Latino community to become fully participating members of society.

www.elcentrodelaraza.org

Access to Public Benefits

United Way of King County Community Resource Exchange

Meals, hygiene items, housing and jobs to help you move off the streets

www.uwkc.org

ParentHelp 123 (A Program of WithinReach)

Food and health benefits for families. Find resources and even apply for medical insurance

www.parenthelp123.org

Hopelink

Adult Education, Emergency Financial Help, Employment Services, Energy Assistance, Family Development, Financial Literacy, Food Assistance, Housing and Transportation

www.hopelink.org

Free Tax Preparation

United Way of King County Free Tax Prep Campaign

Anyone who earned less than $66,000 in 2017 can get Free Tax Preparation services

www.uwkc.org

Financial Counseling

American Financial Solutions

Certified counselors will help you determine your current financial situation, make a plan to get out of debt, set financial goals and plan for the future

american-financial-solutions.org

YWCA’s Economic Resilience Initiative

Financial workshops for domestic violence (DV) survivors, as well as training for community service providers

www.ywcaworks.org

Financial Empowerment Network (FEN)

Legal Resources, Entrepreneurship Resources and even resources for Immigrants and Refugees.

www.everyoneiswelcome.org

Business Impact NW

Expands opportunities for people of color, women, Veterans, immigrants, LGBTQ, and low-income entrepreneurs in the Pacific Northwest to start up and grow their own businesses.

www.businessimpactnw.org

ECDLR's Financial Empowerment

Provides participants the information and skills needed to improve credit, reduce debt, and increase savings as part of their HUD approved housing.

www.elcentrodelaraza.org

Individual Development Accounts

YMCA Foster Youth IDA Program

Individual Development Accounts for youth in foster care in the greater Seattle area

www.ymcayas.org

Ventures

Business training, capital and coaching for entrepreneurs with limited resources

www.venturesnonprofit.org