The Eastside Empowerment Group will host free presentations at Bellevue Community College on naturalization and health care. On Saturday, members of...
The Eastside Empowerment Group will host free presentations at Bellevue Community College on naturalization and health care.
On Saturday, members of the public can learn how to become a U.S. citizen.
Topics covered will include the requirements, the process and low-cost legal options for naturalization. Information for those speaking English as a second language will be available.
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On May 7, a forum on free and low-cost health care for children and adults will review different benefits and how to apply.
Both presentations are at 3000 Landerholm Circle S.E., Building L, Room 212, at 12:30 p.m.. A donation of $1 is optional. For more information call 425-881-2349.
Parent-support group to hold annual benefit
Program for Early Parent Support (PEPS), a Seattle nonprofit organization that promotes neighborhood support groups for parents of infants and toddlers, will hold its seventh annual benefit luncheon Tuesday from noon to 1 p.m. at Meydenbauer Center, 11100 N.E. Sixth Street.
PEPS will introduce its five-year Campaign for the Future of Families, an initiative to address the changing needs and identities of families.
There is no fee for the luncheon, which is open to the public, but voluntary contributions are requested.
Last year, PEPS organized 161 support groups serving 2,307 families throughout King County. By providing information and support to parents of infants and young children, it aims to break the cycle of isolation and reduce child abuse and neglect.
Seattle Times Eastside bureau