This page contains a list of helpful school district and community resources for families and students. You can find School Forms here.
Mental Health Resources
On Nov 28, 2023, the National Alliance for Mental Health (NAMI) presented End the Silence about how to recognize warning signs of mental health issues, how to talk to your child about them and how to work with your school to access additional resources. Find the presentation materials here.
Teen Health Center at Nathan Hale available for JAMS students
Did you know that Nathan Hale High School has a teen health center, convenient for your student’s medical care? It provides SPS students with health care and mental health counseling, regardless of a student’s insurance or ability to pay. For students who need care or advice, we are always here to help with virtual options and in-person care. Here’s a link to a video tour of the center: https://youtu.be/bT_ZvbDP-B4
The Nathan Hale Teen Health Center is sponsored and staffed by Kaiser Permanente in partnership with Public Health—Seattle & King County. Seattle’s school-based health centers are funded in part by the voters of Seattle through the Families & Education Levy. Students can get great care at the Teen Health Center.
Click here for more info and the parent consent form.
For additional questions, contact the center at 206-302-1840.
If you need help getting testing, you can contact Julie Bradley, JAMS health and safety support, at [email protected].
North Helpline has two food bank locations. People do not need to be registered with them to access services at this time.
Lake City: 12736 33rd Ave NE Seattle WA 98125, has distributions Wed & Sat from 9am-2pm, and Thurs 4-7pm.
Bitter Lake: 13000 Linden Ave N Seattle WA 98133, has distirbutiosn on Sat from 9am-2pm.
Please check website before going, as days/times may have changed since this website was updated.