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◂  April 2024

East King County CLC Network Meeting

Published by: sabamiradmin


Tanya McGee

The next East King County CLC (Community Living Connections) network meeting will be via zoom Wednesday April 17th from 10AM-12PM.

Zoom link is below. For this meeting you will need to pre-register.

You are invited to a Zoom meeting.

When: Apr 17, 2024 10:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

Register in advance for this meeting:

  • After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

This meeting will a great opportunity to get updates on happenings and get to know other professionals, community members, and resources in King County.

Here is more information about the Community Living Connections Network , including network providers, services provided and “find an advocate” tool.  CLC provides services to older adults of any age, younger disabled clients over 18yrs and caregivers in King County,


  • 10AM-10:05AM

Introductions, overview of CLC

  • 10:05-10:10AM

Overview Extreme Heat Mitigation Strategy HERE

“King County is working with local jurisdictions, frontline communities, and partner organizations to

develop an Extreme Heat Mitigation Strategy that will identify near term and longer-term heat

mitigation actions that King County and community partners can take to effectively address heat

impacts. This plan is an action identified in King County’s 2020 Hazard Mitigation Plan and 2020 Strategic

Climate Action Plan. The target completion date

of the final heat strategy draft is June 2024.”

Daaniya Iyaz (she/her) Heat Mitigation Strategy Specialist ,Executive Climate Office (ECO)

  • 10:10-10:15AM

Together Center updates

Marisa Flores, Community Manager Together Center

  • 10:15-10:25AM

DV Hopeline

The DV Hopeline (DVHL) is the  24/7 phone and online message hotline in King County, serving domestic violence/intimate partner violence survivors, their supporters, and professionals who work with survivors. DVHL also offers resources to people causing harm. Overview on how the line can assist with DV situations you may encounter in your work.

Caren Sumption (she/her), DVHopeline Lead Advocate

  • 10:25-10:35AM


  • 10:35-10:50AM

IACS, Indian American Community Services, overview of services and updates

Nanda Tewari , Senior Services coordinator

  • 10:50-11:15AM

Provail will present on TED (Telecommunications Equipment Distribution Program) and other programs/resources


Jennifer Pérez she/her/hers, TED Services Manager, Provail

  • 11:15-11:45 AM

Signs of Cognitive Change & Community Response


Jams Stuivenga, MSW, LSWAIC (they/them) | Clinical Supervisor, GRAT

  • 11:45-11:55AM

Eastside for All

“We Energize Our Eastside Communities to Transform Local Policies, Practices, Relationships, and Investments”

Angelica Gonzalez Graham (she/they), Community Response Organizer

  • 11:55-noon

Wrap up, ADS announcements

If you need translation or other accommodations, let Tanya McGee at know by Monday April 8th.

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