COVID-19 Resources for Individuals

COVID-19 Vaccine Resources

  • Back to school vaccinations! Check out King County's website, that provides locations of clinics offering vaccines for children: Each of these events will provide all vaccines required for K-12 school entry, including Tdap, DTaP, MMR, hepatitis B, varicella, and polio. In addition, free COVID-19, HPV, and meningococcal vaccines will be available for children up to age 18. Clinics that are held in September will also include the annual flu vaccine, and additional flu vaccine sites will be listed on as we move into fall.
  • King County Public Health has a variety of in-depth information about the three, federally-approved COVID-19 vaccines HERE.
  • Learn about COVID-19 Vaccine Safety from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) HERE.
  • See how many King County residents have received vaccines on the COVID-19 Vaccination Dashboard HERE.
  • Find and Schedule a vaccination with the Washington State Vaccination Finder Map HERE.
  • Upcoming Public Health and Safety-King County-sponsored Community Vaccination Events include:
    • 10/3: 12:00p-4:00p Douglass-Truth Branch Seattle Public Library, Seattle 
    • 10/5: 10:00a-2:00p Compass Center, Seattle 
    • 10/5: 2:00p-6:00p Douglass-Truth Branch Seattle Public Library, Seattle 
    • 10/7: 1:00p-4:00p Asian Plaza Parking Lot, Seattle 
    • 10/8: 8:00a-12:30p White River Buddhist Temple, Auburn 
    • 10/8: 9:00a-1:00p New Beginnings Christian Fellowship, Kent 
    • 10/8: 1:00p-5:00p Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute, Seattle
    • 10/11: 8:30a-3:00p Restaurant/Food Industry PPE Distribution “Pop-up”, Kent Warehouse, Kent
  • Schedule a vaccination locally at the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital Drive-through HERE.
  • King County Public Health’s events calendar is updated routinely with vaccine events HERE.
  • The following vaccine providers serving children and youth currently have excess capacity:


COVID-19 Financial Assistance Resources


As local businesses reopen to capacity, many are actively seeking employees. Find local job opportunities at

Personal Protective Equipment

North Bend City Staff are handing out free cloth face masks to residents and businesses. Should you wish to pick up masks for your family or business, or request a local delivery, email Emergency Operations Coordinator, Erin Mitchell

Trouble Paying Rent or Mortgage

If you don’t have enough money to pay, contact your lender or landlord immediately. Help includes:

• Washington Homeownership Hotline (877-894-HOME)
• Rental assistance & counseling (800-569-4287)
• List of Housing Counseling Agencies

Student Loans Deferment 

If you need help with your student loans, you may be able to temporarily suspend your payments by applying for a deferment or forbearance from the US Department of Education.

Paying Utilities

If you need help paying your utility bills, contact your service provider immediately.

• Puget Sound Energy offers various bill assistance programs to help customers struggling to pay bills.
• The Utilities and Transportation Commission offers energy assistance programs.
• The federal government also has assistance programs to help with telephone and heating bills.

Food Assistance

If you’re looking for help feeding yourself or your family, visit the Food Lifeline website to find a partner food bank, food pantry, or hot meal program in your neighborhood. This food is free and available to you, even if you don’t qualify for SNAP or EBT.

Insurance Issues

The Washington State Office of the Insurance Commissioner has resources and information available for consumers who have insurance related questions.

Washington State Office of the Insurance Commissioner - COVID-19 Resources Information from the Washington State Office of the Insurance Commissioner.