Coordinator: Ninfa Quiroz
Supervisor: Jorge Madrazo
Sea Mar’s Latino Senior Information and Assistance Program serves seniors 55 years and older. The goal is to locate community resources within King County that can help seniors maintain a high quality of life. Sea Mar works to help seniors remain independent and productive by keeping them informed, safe, and active. We provide seniors with information and opportunities aimed at helping them in their day-to-day living.
Telephone: (206) 764-8047
Telephone: (206) 766-6593
Telephone: (206) 764-8041
Telephone: (206) 766-6595
Telephone: (206) 766-6594
Telephone: (206) 764-8044
Telephone: (206) 764-4700
Community Resource Links:
Crisis Health Clinic of King County: a non-profit organization offering an array of support services available to anyone in King County.
Elder Health Northwest Adult Day Health Care: adult day health programs help frail elders and disabled adults maintain or improve their physical, social and cognitive functioning. Nursing and rehabilitative services combined with social programs help participants stay living at home.
Alzheimer’s Association/ El Portal del Noroeste Project: helps Latino/Hispanic communities learn in a culturally and language appropriate manner about memory loss, treatments, caregiver self-care and ways to deal with this devastating disease.
Department of Social and Health Services
Social Security Administration
Senior Services of King County: provides King County seniors with information about wellness, nutrition, home repair, senior center activities, day health centers, and home sharing.
King County Housing Authority
Aging and Disability Services Administration:
Seattle Housing Authority:
Serving adults with chronic illnesses or conditions and people of all ages with developmental disabilities.
Seattle/King County Area Agency on Aging (Aging and Disability Services): Aging & Disability Services plans, coordinates, and advocates for a comprehensive service delivery system for older adults, family caregivers and people with disabilities in King County.
Washington Adult Protective Services
Seattle Mayor’s Office for Senior Citizens: supports healthy aging, independent living, and social
and civic engagement, all to make a difference in the lives of older adults and adults with disabilities.