Clients by Sector

by marcbolan on November 30, 2010

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Substance Use Prevention/Treatment
Auburn Prevention Coalition
Auburn Youth Resources
Center for Human Services
Foothills Drug Free Coalition
Kittitas County Community Public Health and Safety Network
Northshore Youth and Family Services
Northwest Indian Treatment Center
Okanogan Community Coalition
Oroville CARES Coalition
Seattle Central Drug Free Communities Coalition
Seattle Children’s Hospital, Prevention Works in Seattle Coalition
Snohomish County Federated Health and Safety Network
Granite Falls School District
King County Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Program
Snohomish County Human Services
Warden School District
Washington State Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery
Washington State Educational Service District 105

Youth Development
Auburn Youth Resources
Center for Human Services
Alexander Hamilton Friends Association
Arts Corps
City Year – Seattle
Explorations In Math
Metrocenter YMCA
Seattle School District
Seattle SCORES
Tacoma Urban League
Vietnamese Friendship Association
Woodland Park Zoo
WorkForce Central – Tacoma and Pierce County
Youth Ambassadors
Zoo and Aquarium Teens Program Assessment Consortium
Mount Adams School District
Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe

Youth Violence Prevention
Building the Bridges
Metrocenter YMCA
Tacoma Urban League
King County Superior Court – Juvenile Court Services
City of Tacoma Human Rights and Human Services
Yakima County Juvenile Court Services

Social and Human Services
Alaska Children’s Trust
Hopelink
Washington State Youth Suicide Prevention Program
City of Tacoma Human Rights and Human Services
State of Alaska Department of Health and Social Services

Conservation and Environment
Alaska Conservation Foundation
Chicago Wilderness
David and Lucille Packard Foundation
Environmental Coalition of South Seattle
King Conservation District
Metrocenter Y
Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association
Puget Sound Partnership
Seattle Tilth
Woodland Park Zoo
Zoo and Aquarium Teens Program Assessment Consortium