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Arts, Culture & Education

artEAST
Located in historic downtown Issaquah, artEAST is a destination art center that offers classes, workshops, exhibits and events, as well as artwork created by local artists that is available for purchase.

  • 95 Front St. N.
  • 425-392-3191
  • Website

Downtown Issaquah Association
The Downtown Issaquah Association promotes the community’s historic Olde Town through programs and events, such as Wine Walk, seasonal celebrations and more.

  • 232 Front St. N.
  • 425-391-1112
  • Website

Communiveristy at Providence Point
Communiversity is a continuing education program that provides seniors with opportunities to expand their knowledge of the world and stretch their intellectual and artistic horizons.

King County Library System - Issaquah Library
The Issaquah Library offers classes, lectures and special events, as well as extensive collections of books, music and other media, plus access to technology.

  • 10 W. Sunset Way
  • 425-392-5430
  • Website

Village Theatre
Village Theatre is a leading producer of musical theater in the Pacific Northwest, producing entertaining professional quality shows for the entire family since 1979. Senior discount tickets are available.

  • 303 Front St. N.
  • 425-392-2202
  • Website

Health & Human Services

Alzheimer's Association - Washington State Chapter
The Alzheimer’s Association provides information and referral services, including family support groups, community education, a virtual library, and early stage and caregiver programs. The association also operates a 24/7 helpline to provide information and support.

  • 206-363-5500
  • Helpline: 1-800-272-3900
  • Website

EADS Day Services
EADS provides services for people with mild to profound physical and cognitive disabilities, including seniors with age-related disabilities, such as Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s.

Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank
The Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank provides quality food, clothing and other items to residents of the Issaquah School District.

  • 179 First Ave. S.E.
  • 425-392-4123
  • Website

Eastside Legal Assistance Program
Eastside Legal Assistance Program provides free legal advice on civil law issues to low-income residents of East and Northeast King County. Services are available through 30-minute appointments at legal clinics throughout the region. Call to reserve an appointment.

Bridge Disability Ministries
Bridge Disability Ministries builds relationships among people of all abilities to alleviate isolation and provide services such as medical equipment, advocacy for vulnerable adults and social activities.

Catholic Community Services - Issaquah Meals Program
Catholic Community Services serves dinner at 5:30 p.m. Monday to Friday at Issaquah Community Hall. Everyone is welcome.

  • 180 E Sunset Way
  • 425-679-0342
  • Website

Chinese Information & Service Center
The Chinese Information & Service Center provides services to immigrants including immigrant transition, adult-day center, caregiver support, in-home care and case management.

Sound Generations
Sound Generations promotes the emotional, social and physical well-being of older adults through a network of community connections and services.

Eastside Friends of Seniors
Eastside Friends of Seniors is a dedicated team of trained volunteers and professionals providing vital support and assistance, including transportation, to seniors facing the challenges of aging.

King County Housing Authority
The King County Housing Authority owns and manages many properties, several of which are designated for older adults and persons with disabilities. A searchable listing of their properties is available online.

Overlake Senior Health Clinic
Open to anyone 65 or older, the Overlake Senior Health Clinic accepts Medicare and Medicare supplements.

  • 1750 112th Ave. N.E., Suite A101, Bellevue
  • 425-688-5234
  • Website

Hospitals     

EvergreenHealth

  • 12303 N.E. 130th Lane, Kirkland
  • Website

Overlake Medical Center

  • 1035 116th Ave. N.E.
  • 425-688-5000
  • Website

Swedish Issaquah Campus

  • 751 N.E. Blakely Drive, Issaquah
  • 425-313-4000
  • Website

Information & Referral

AgeWise King County
AgeWise King County is a free e-newsletter from the Seattle-King County Aging and Disability Services Advisory Council, features articles about health and wellness, disability issues, aging in place and more.

Community Living Connections
Community Living Connections is a resource for information and referral for aging and disability-related services, consultation and planning assistance for long-term care, and access to family caregiver supports. Callers can be connected to resources within their community.

  • 206-962-8467 or 1-844-348-5464
  • Website

Public Agencies

Aging and Disability Services
Aging and Disability Services (ADS) plans, coordinates, and advocates for a comprehensive service delivery system for older adults, family caregivers and people with disabilities in King County.

Washington State Department of Social and Health Services
The agency offers more information about where to find long-term care facilities and caregiver support, as well as more information about long-term care eligibility, and how to report suspected elder abuse or neglect.

King County Department of Community and Human Services
The King County Department of Community and Human Services offers a variety of programs for older adults, including educational programs, opportunities to volunteer, information and referral, exercise classes and more.

Public Health – Seattle & King County
Public Health — Seattle & King County works to protect and improve the health and well-being of all people through a variety of services and programs, including fall prevention for older adults.

King County Library System - Issaquah Library
The Issaquah Library offers classes, lectures and special events, as well as extensive collections of books, music and other media, plus access to technology.

  • 10 W. Sunset Way
  • 425-392-5430
  • Website

King County Housing Authority
The King County Housing Authority owns and manages many properties, several of which are designated for older adults and persons with disabilities. A searchable listing of their properties is available online.

Recreation & Social Activities

King County Library System - Issaquah Library
The Issaquah Library offers classes, lectures and special events, as well as extensive collections of books, music and other media, plus access to technology.

  • 10 W. Sunset Way
  • 425-392-5430
  • Website

Highlands Council
Highlands Council manages Blakely Hall, as well social programming in Issaquah Highlands, and organizes many volunteers, clubs, and committees.

Transportation

Eastside Friends of Seniors
Eastside Friends of Seniors is a dedicated team of trained volunteers and professionals providing vital support and assistance, including transportation, to seniors facing the challenges of aging.

Sound Generations
Sound Generations promotes the emotional, social and physical well-being of older adults through a network of community connections and services.

ORCA Lift
ORCA LIFT is reduced transit fare that can help you get more out of your public transportation system, including King County Metro Transit and Sound Transit.

Volunteering

United Way of King County
United Way of King County brings people together to give, volunteer, and take action to help people in need and solve our community’s toughest challenges.