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Other Resources


Successful transition requires support not from one organization, but the entire community. House of Mercy offers a list of other local resources for individuals anticipating release from prison, recovery or combating homelessness.

These resources can change frequently and HOM is not responsible for broken links or outdated lists of other organizations.


Interaction Transition

Prison Outreach & Employment Assistance Supported by United Way of King County

Fare Start

Entry training and employment services for the food service industry.

Uplift Northwest

To enroll in Uplift Northwest’s job program, visit us in-person any Monday from 8am – 11am at 2515 Western Ave in Belltown to start your application. Walk in the front door and proceed up the ramp to the reception area. A member of our friendly staff will help you fill out an application and talk to you about opportunities.


Employment Opportunity Center

Seattle: Provides integrated educational, vocational, employment and supportive services through a partnership of multiple community-based agencies and community colleges.  Working together to provide  employment and educational services and public assistance benefits to the unemployed, the underemployed, students and their families. 

Weld Works

 Weld Works gives people in transition the connections, skills, and training necessary to become long term and meaningful workers.

Pioneer Human Services

Offering a variety of job-readiness training programs and workshops to help people find and retain employment. Apprenticeship programs are also offered through the Aerospace Joint Apprenticeship Committee (AJAC) and local community colleges.


Catholic Community services

Service and support to poor and vulnerable people through the provision of quality, integrated services and housing. 


Pioneer Human Services

Offering support and stability for individuals and families searching for a place to call home across the state of Washington.


WA Recovery Housing Directory

This page houses a growing directory of recovery residences in Washington State that are certified by the Washington Alliance for Quality Recovery Residences (WAQRR). 


Compass Housing Alliance

Develops and provides essential services and affordable housing for homeless and low-income people in the greater Puget Sound region.


Food and Other Emergency Resources

King County Food & Services Directory

Large list of Food and Human services for King County

Angeline's Day Center for Women

Drop-in services, which includes meals, laundry, showers, lockers, and connections to community resources.


Northwest Harvest

A network of partner agencies open and ready to serve neighbors across WA State.


Bread of Life Mission

Provides critically needed goods and services to the homeless, poor, and needy of Washington State without regard to race, color, sexual orientation, creed, national origin, or religion.


Anti-Recidivism, Advocacy & Reentry

The Sentencing Project

Directory providing contact information for our state and local allies in criminal justice research and advocacy.

People for People

Transportation, meals on wheels & employment assistance.

The Lion Heart Foundation

Washington State reentry resource list.

Help For Felons

Dedicated to providing support and direction to felons, inmates and ex-offenders in every aspect of life.

Prison Fellowship Academy

Intensive, biblically based program that takes incarcerated men and women through a holistic life transformation process.

Lifeline Global Ministries

Restoring and equipping incarcerated men and women to become godly parents, so the generational cycle of incarceration can be broken.

Hope Prison Ministries

Offering real hope to those in prison and after they are released,
through, counseling, mentoring, and accountability, and equipping others to do the same, for the eternal good of all concerned.

The Opportunity Council

Helping People improve their lives through education, suuport and direct assistance while advocating for just and equitable communities.

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