Life Transitions Program


Effective July 1, 2011, the Life Transitions Programs is no longer funded by the WA State Legislature. Contact a local program office for information about other available services.

Program Locations

Community Colleges of Spokane

Career Transitions
3305 West Fort George Wright Drive, Spokane
Denise McKinnon
509-279-6065

Pathways for Women YWCA

Snohomish County Displaced Homemaker Center
3301 Broadway, Everett
Shannon Gaule
425-258-2766, Ext 226

Skagit Valley Community College

Life Transition Program
2405 East College Way, Mount Vernon
Margo Grothe
360-416-7762

Whatcom Community College

Turning Point Program
237 West Kellogg Road, Bellingham
Robin Bailey
360-383-3135

Resources for Individuals in Transition

Washington State

  • Worker Retraining College Contacts: Check with your nearest college contact to find out if you are eligible for assistance through the Worker Retraining program.
  • Relatives as Parents:[PDF] A resource guide for relatives raising children in Washington State.
  • Where Are You Going: Produced by the Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board, this publication is a helpful guide to careers and occupations in Washington.
  • Trial Eligibility Calculator: This online calculator, developed by the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services, allows visitors to determine eligibility for food assistance, childcare help, medical benefits, or cash assistance.
  • Workforce Development Directory: Created by the Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board, this directory identifies workforce development programs and related services available to youth and adults in Washington.
  • What Every Woman Should Know: Developed by the US Social Security Administration, this publication offers helpful information on a range of topics of particular interest to women.

National

  • The Medicine Program: Free prescription medicine is available to those who qualify. Run by a private advocacy group, The Medicine Program helps patients navigate the free drug application process.

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