If you are in need of volunteers to go buy groceries for you and deliver them to your home during the Stay Home, Stay Healthy Mandate, the South King County & Eastside Mutual Aid Group is here for you.
This service is free. Complete the form to let them know how many people live in your household and what kind of food you need.
Use the link below to fill in the request form.


Public Health Seattle & King County have opened a new coronavirus testing site in partnership with UW Medicine in Seattle.
This site allows people to walk-up and be tested, no appointment necessary.
The site is located at the Atlantic City Boat Ramp in the Rainier Beach neighborhood.
The testing site is open Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Language interpreters will be available by phone for people who speak a language other than English. For more information call (206) 520-2285.
  • People who have coronavirus symptoms and do not have a doctor or other access to testing
  • Asymptomatic health care workers
  • First responders
  • Caregivers at long term care facilities, homeless shelters or other group settings with a concern about exposure.


 In this time of uncertainty, it may be difficult to find the support you need to take care of your families. Fortunately, many government programs have expanded their eligibility requirements due to the coronavirus pandemic. For a full list of state programs that you may qualify for, fill out this survey on Washington Connection. If you are looking for a specific service, review the resource guide for more details.