How We Help
Multi-Service Center offers integrated support and resources that help individuals and families move from crisis and poverty to greater self-sufficiency.
Stable housing is central to self-reliance. Multi-Service Center offers family shelter, transitional housing for individuals and families, permanent-supportive housing and permanent low-income housing. Preventing homelessness is key to our program. We offer rent assistance for several South King County cities. Learn more here.
Education is critical to building strong, stable futures. Youth and adults can earn their General Education Development (GED) certificate, as well as learn English as a Second Language, through small-sized classes and one-on-one tutoring. For adults who need help with literacy and other basics, our Adult Basic Education program is tailored to each student’s specific need. Learn more here.
Job skills training, leadership development, career exploration and job search skills are offered for both youth and adults. At-risk youth may also qualify for paid internships in local organizations and businesses to help them build on-the-job skills to prepare them for more promising futures. Learn more here.
We help to keep the heat on for families and individuals. Last year, 10,624 households representing 34,120 people received one-time assistance with their heating bills to get them past a financially difficult time. Learn more here.
Financial Management Classes
People can get help with basic financial management and budgeting through ongoing classes and one-on-one coaching. Learn more here.
When people need help to keep their families fed, they turn to MSC’s Federal Way Food Bank. More than 16,000 individuals used the food bank last year for supplemental and emergency food. Learn more here.
With one-on-one support and proven resources, our youth programs help at-risk youth and young people turn their lives around and take the critical steps toward a self-sufficient future. Learn more here.
Residents of South King County can shop for free from the wide selection of gently used clothes and shoes, donated by members of the community. Learn more here.
Advocacy for Residents of Long-Term Care Facilities
Trained, certified volunteer ombudsmen advocate on behalf of elderly and disabled residents of long-term care facilities across Washington through our Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program. Learn more here.
Multi-Service Center offers business owners customized help with employee training, recruitment and retention. Learn more here.
Multi-Service Center is an equal opportunity employer and provider of employment and training services. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to persons with disabilities. Washington Telecommunications Relay Service: 800-833-6383 or 7-1-1.
Areas We Serve
Multi-Service Center serves residents of the following cities:
Unincorporated areas of South King County