Human Services

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The City of Issaquah plays a supportive role in providing for the community’s human service needs by working with local and regional agencies to establish programs and facilities aimed at enhancing personal and community living.

The City also provides human service grants to a variety of agencies that support our community.

The City strives to be a healthy community where every person is considered essential, and where meeting basic human needs is considered a shared responsibility.

Do you need help?

  1. Senior Specific Services

    Everyone ages, you don’t have to do it alone. Aging in place is possible with some of the services provided to older adults in Issaquah! Read on...
  2. Teen Link Confidential Help Line

    Teen Link is a confidential, non-judgmental helpline for teens, by teens. Call today 1.866.TEENLINK(833.6546) Read on...
  3. Honor Juneteenth and Pride Month

    Looking for local opportunities to honor Juneteenth and Pride Month? Join the City of Issaquah for two enriching community events on June 20th and June 23rd. Read on...
  4. Homeless Outreach Dashboard

    Check out the recently launched Homeless Outreach Dashboard that tracks progress in the Homeless Outreach Program in Issaquah. Read on...
  5. Find and Post Volunteer Opportunities on JustServe

    JustServe is a service to help link community volunteer needs with volunteers. Post volunteer opportunities or find ways to give back to your community. Read on...
  6. Adoption of the Human Services Strategic Plan

    City Council adopted the Human Services Strategic Plan on March 7th, 2022. Read on...