Welcome to Spring in beautiful Seattle, Washington. We are all excited about our upcoming Summer program. Check back next month for more details!



Save the Date

Posted: February 25, 2016 in News

Celebrate Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month with this free, fun and family-friendly event at Seattle Center Armory, May 1st from 11:45-5:00pm.

Join us for dancing, vocal groups, art and a lively marketplace.


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World Dance Party-Free and Fun!

Posted: January 23, 2016 in News

Seattle’s Filipino Community Center is hosting the World Dance Party, an opportunity to join others in your community while dancing, sharing a meal (potluck) and sharing donations for those less fortunate. Check out the fun!

New Year, New Programs

Posted: January 8, 2016 in News

Happy New Year to all our friends out there! Hope the new year brings renewed commitment to making happier, healthier,  and more productive lives.

We have new music groups starting the week of January 4th through the 8th.

Beat Shop is back on Thursdays and Level Up is Fridays music history/production sessions. Join us and see what magic we’re making in the studio!


Happy Holidays Everyone!

Posted: December 3, 2015 in News

The holiday season is upon us! We look forward to seeing all of our amazing clients throughout the holiday season. If you need any resources, please ask your counselor or call 2-1-1. There are many organizations who can assist with holiday gifts, food or other needs.


Thanksgiving Thanks

Posted: November 19, 2015 in News


Thanksgiving is a great time to start a “gratitude list.” If you’re not sure what to put on it, here are 60 things to start you off.


Holidays-Stressful and Enjoyable

Posted: November 10, 2015 in News

The holidays can be a time for connecting with those we are close to, but can also be a time of great stress. Here are some tips on managing that, where to find help if you need it.

Happy Holidays!


Free Halloween Costume Ideas

Posted: October 28, 2015 in News

Don’t have extra $$$ for a costume? No worries, GET CRAFTY.






  1. Have a movie watching party! Gather up all the movies you’re too afraid to watch alone, and screen those favorite horror classics. Add popcorn and hot apple cider or hot chocolate.
  2. Give out candy to trick or treaters. Don’t make your parents, partner, or roommate do it, you dress up and answer the door for all the little scary monsters out there.
  3. Volunteer at a pumpkin patch, haunted house or school activity. There are plenty of places that could use help to manage the hoards of hungry little goblins.
  4. Attend a meeting. NA, AA or any of your choice. Most have meetings throughout the evening.
  5. Have a potluck, with mounds of good eats. Potluck means you don’t have to do it all yourself, awesome!
  6. Go to a movie. Most people will be out and you’ll get the whole theater to yourself. Sprawl!

Or you could opt to do nothing at all. Plenty of folks around the world (and in the U.S.) don’t celebrate at all.

Have fun and be safe!


In addition to containing toxic substances,

  • E-cigarettes and e-juices contain addictive levels of nicotine.
  • Nicotine is as addictive as heroin and cocaine.
  • Despite widespread claims by e-cigarette advocates, there’s no scientific evidence that e-cigarettes help smokers successfully quit or reduce their use of traditional cigarettes.
  • E-cigarettes have NOT been proven safe or effective by the FDA as a quit-smoking aid.GummyBearJuice

Not safe

E-cigarettes and e-juice are not tested or regulated. You really don’t know what you’re inhaling.

  • Nicotine affects the heart and central nervous systems, raising the pulse and blood pressure.
  • Nicotine adversely affects maternal and fetal health during pregnancy, contributing to low birth weight, pre-term delivery, and stillbirth.
  • Teenage exposure to nicotine may harm brain development and predispose youth to future tobacco use.
  • The vapor emitted by an e-cigarette has been found to contain several cancer causing chemicals, such as formaldehyde, acetaldehyde, lead, nickel, and chromium.
  • Though the quantity of these harmful compounds is often less than that in conventional cigarette smoke, at least sodium, iron, aluminum, and nickel have been found in higherconcentrations in emitted vapor than in cigarette smoke.


From Healthykingcounty.org/addiction-and-safety