Student Affairs

Women's Programs

Community Resources

The staff in Women's Programs have put together a list of useful community resources. We hope you find these helpful. If you find any broken links, please let us know by emailing us at

Assorted Resources

  • Wellesley Centers for Women for research Information on women (anti-violence, activism, resources, events)
  • Fight hate and promote tolerance, Web project of the Southern Poverty Law Center
  • An index to statewide services/public agencies
  • A women voters education campaign
  • King County Metro
  • Women In Community Service, Inc. reduces the number of women and youth living in poverty by promoting self-reliance and economic independence.
  • For low-income women in need. Provides funding for education and health care for women in Washington
  • Seattle Community Network
  • Women’s Funding Alliance. Focused on support and developing agencies that work with women and girls
  • Provides human services to disadvantage people
  • University of Washington promotes women’s full representation, participation, and leadership, while respecting the political economic and social diversity in cultures worldwide.
  • National Women’s History Project
  • Veterans Assistance and Information
  • Social Security benefits and information


Child Resources


  • Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Inc.
  • Labor Council for Latin American Advancement
  • Free legal consultations for individuals on civil rights issues
  • Monitors civil rights violations of recipients of federal money; enforces compliance with laws regarding discrimination.
  • Legal assistance and representation in civil rights, employment, wage and hour violations, consumer protection and human rights.


Domestic Abuse


Employment & Careers

Health Issues for Women


  • - Housing, shelter listings, transitional housing, permanent housing.
  • Institute for Women’s Policy Research is a public policy research organization dedicated to informing and stimulating the debate on public policy issues of critical importance to women and their families

Legal Resources

  • Northwest Women’s Law Center
  • Center for Law and Social Policy. Analysts and lawyers are experts on a host of family policy issues, including welfare reform, workforce development, education and training, child care, etc.
  •  Legal Defense and Education Fund
  • National Center for Law and Economic Justice

Posters, Pens, Buttons, Supplies & Other Items

Pro Choice

Sexual Assault


Utilities & Telephone assistance

Women in Non-Traditional Careers