Community Resources

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Free Dental Care for Eligible Students

The Mobile Dental Clinic will be coming to the Bellevue College Campus on the following dates:

June 5
July 10
August 7

More Information:

Lead Peer Educators (LPEs) are partnering with Medical Teams International to provide emergency dental treatment to the students of Bellevue College. The mobile dental van will be coming to Bellevue College to provide services for students that exhibit urgent dental needs such as dental pain, swelling, possible decay (e.g., discolored teeth), and/or need fillings or tooth extraction.

To sign-up for a spot to be treated, please email


  • Bellevue College is committed to helping all students be successful. Below is an additional list of resources that are community-based or government organizations that students can reach out to for support and funding.

  • If you are experiencing a housing crisis (behind on your rent, facing eviction, or currently unhoused), additional support may be available. Schedule a meeting with our coaches.

Community Resources
Links by Category


Low-income Housing

These are some local resources that may be able to help you with cash assistance for emergency situations. Eligibility and limitations may apply. Please contact each agency for more information.

(Please see program pages for access to food resources near you.)

  • Asian & Pacific Islander (API) Chaya: Serving survivors of sexual violence, human trafficking, and domestic violence from Pacific Islander, Native Hawaiian, Asian, and South Asian communities in Seattle
  • Consejo Counseling & Referral: Serving Spanish-speaking or Latinx communities in King County. 24hr Crisis Line – (206)461-3222 & Counseling Office – (206)461-4880
  • Lifewire: Survivor-driven advocacy, mental health therapy, legal advocacy, shelter, and housing in East & North King County.
  • Mary’s Place: A community where all families have safety, stability, and housing.
  • Mary’s Place provides advocacy & support to families who are experiencing unsheltered homelessness or fleeing violence in King County.
  • New Beginnings: has many programs that help survivors of domestic violence at any point in their journey to freedom. Whether they are still living with their abuser or have left and need some additional support to heal, New Beginnings is there.
  • Northwest Immigrants Rights Project (NWIRP): Supports immigrants, asylum-seekers, and refugees, regardless of immigration status.
  • Refugee Womens Alliance (ReWA): Serving immigrant, refugees and asylees. Help line is available in 7 different languages:

  • Auto Angels: Offers auto repair support to individuals associated with Attain Housing, Acres of Diamondss, Congregations for the Homeless, Mary’s Place, Eastside Academy, The Sophia Way, or Jubilee REACH. 
  • Hopelink – Transportation
  • ORCA Lift: Reduced transit fare program that can help those that income-qualify get more out of public transportation.
  • Solid Ground Transportation

(Please see individual program pages for directions on applying.)