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  • Neighborhood House and BECU open new ATM at Financial Empowerment Center
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  • Neighborhood House receives $2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
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  • Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson awards Healthy Youth/Anti-Tobacco grant to Neighborhood House
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  • NH staff participate in national Community Learning Exchange
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The mission of Neighborhood House is to help diverse communities of people with limited resources attain their goals for self-sufficiency, financial independence, health and community building.

From our earliest beginnings serving Jewish immigrants in the 1900s to our work today with people from numerous countries and cultures, Neighborhood House has helped generations of families fulfill the promise of America — an education for their children, self-sufficiency for their families and a meaningful place in a caring community.



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Chocolate for a cause

Know someone who loves chocolate? What could be better than getting them gourmet chocolate that will also support vital services for the region's most vulnerable? 
Fran's Chocolate, one of the Northwest's premier chocolatiers, donates a percentage of all purchases of Fran's Dark Chocolate Sauce (Item #500200) to benefit Neighborhood House and our mission to help people with limited resources attain self-sufficiency.


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Neighborhood House is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization (Tax ID #91-0568305), incorporated in 1956 to help diverse communities of people with limited resources attain their goals for self-sufficiency, financial independence, health and community-building.
 




 
Cultivating the American Dream
 
 
 
When Amlesu journeyed to the U.S. as an immigrant from Ethiopia to live with her son, she thought her life would be perfect.  

But her son and his wife and children couldn't support another family member, and she was abrubtly left to fend for herself.  

She spent many days sitting in Harborview, hoping to get the counseling she so desperately needed for her depression and anxiety.

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