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Human Services

Department of Human Services

Senior Human Services Coordinator

Rita Badh
(425) 295 0579

The City of Sammamish promotes a healthy community where every person is considered essential. Meeting basic human needs is considered a shared responsibility.

We collaborate with local and regional agencies that help individuals and families regain well-being and maintain an improved quality of life for all ages. These agencies provide support for education, disability, housing and food assistance, mental health, aging, cultural connectivity and legal assistance.

If you don't find what you are looking for, please contact us so we can help.

Community Resources

Find more information about available supportive services:

Community Support
Services for people of color, veterans, domestic abuse victims, and people in crisis.
Community Support
Food & Shelter
Resources include food banks and rent and utilities assistance. 
Food & Housing Resources
Youth Resources
Resources for kids & teens, including counseling, substance use help, and more.
Youth Resources
Older Adult Resources
Services for seniors, including socialization activities, meals on wheels, and caregiver support.
Senior Resources

2-1-1 Community Information Line

King County 211 Logo

If you are unsure where to go for help, visit King County 2-1-1 or call 2-1-1. This service will refer you to local health and human services, including:

  • housing,
  • food and clothing,
  • volunteering,
  • caregiver resources,
  • legal help,
  • utility assistance,
  • health care, and
  • disability services in King County.

If your cell phone does not connect, dial 1-800-621-4636. TDD 206-461-3610.

Human Services Commission

Sammamish's Human Services Commission is made up of seven appointed residents. The Commission advises the City Council on how best to meet the human service needs of the City. 

Grant Program

The City of Sammamish aims to ensure all residents have access to affordable and accessible services. The City offers grants to help fund programs delivered by nonprofits. In 2018, the City completed a Health and Human Services Needs Assessment to better understand the community's needs.