The South Park Information and Resource Center (SPIARC), founded in 2006, has evolved rapidly in the last few years. It has gone from a small resource center to a multi-lingual, multi-cultural mainstay for the South Park community. Now, SPIARC is the primary multi-lingual resource for the South Park community and its diverse population. SPIARC serves as a neighborhood hub where people can connect with one another and obtain information vital to being self-sufficient in work, health and life. Specifically, SPIARC serves more than 800 new clients each year providing a meeting and celebration space for community members, connection and referrals to employment, legal services, affordable housing programs, food banks, shelters, affordable healthcare services, and much, much more.
Our services include, but are not limited to the following: We connect low-income residents to state and federal benefits. SPIARC coordinates and fosters several relationships with regional programs that provide access to state and federal benefits as well as tax credits. We connect our residents to CenterStone (formerly C.A.M.P.), Utility Discount Program and People Point […]
So, what exactly is ELLA? ELLA (Empowering Latina Leaders to Action) is a grant-funded project that aims to empower a group of 20 women from South Park and nearby communities with a double mission of promoting personal transformation and building community power for social and economic justice. This pilot project, led by the South Park […]
Nuestro centro de información y las Promotoras Comunitarias han recibido toda la información sobre las tarifas reducidas de la targeta ORCA LIFT , proximanate estaremos a sus órdenes para ayudarles a toda la comunidad con la aplicación. Para obtener más información sobre este programa, visite la pagina: http://wwwqa.seattle.gov/transportation/ TransportationAmbassadors.htm Ofreceremos talleres gratuitos y tambien puede comunicarse […]