Health and Wellness Support | Cascadia College

Health and Wellness Support

Academics are one part of the college equation but your health and wellness is just as important. Cascadia has a variety of programs and services to support your well-being.


Health and Wellness Support

Counseling Center

Trained and licensed counselors are on campus ready to meet with any student who is struggling with social, academic, family, financial, health or any other issue that is holding them back. Counseling is confidential.
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Kodiak Cave

The Kodiak Cave is our on-campus food resource center. We are open to Cascadia students and always keep food items well stocked.

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Health & Wellness Resource Center

A one-stop hub connecting students with resources on-campus and in the community to assist you with financial coaching, benefits enrollment, and more.
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Housing Insecurity

Message from Vice President for Student Success Services

At Cascadia College, we are aware of the growing need for resources to assist students facing housing or food insecurity.  As such, we have a gathered a collection of outside resource to refer students to when they are facing such issues.  Below you will find a listing of some broad bases resources to assist those facing housing insecurity:

  • Washington Information Network 2-1-1 Online Resources:  Online directory with an extensive list of Washington State resources for those in need.  The services listed include basic needs (food, housing, utilities, etc.), criminal justice and legal services, education, healthcare, income support and employment, and mental health and substance abuse services. 

  • Hopelink:  Service centers are located in Bellevue, Kirkland/Northshore, Redmond, Shoreline, and Sno-Valley.  Programs help with food, housing, family development, adult education, transportation, energy assistance, and emergency financial assistance. 425-869-6000 

  • Housing Hope: Offers a full range of housing solutions for those experiencing homelessness or with low incomes. Includes emergency shelter.

For more in depth resources, including medical legal and employment check out the Student Resource Guide.

Benefits Hub Emergency Grant

Students who encounter emergency financial circumstances that jeopardize their ability to be successful or stay enrolled at Cascadia can apply for emergency funding assistance through the Benefits Hub Emergency Grant.

Supporting Students Experiencing Homelessness (SSEH) Grant

The Supporting Students Experiencing Homelessness (SSEH) Grant is available to Cascadia students who are experiencing homelessness and housing insecurity. The grant features numerous support which can include but are not limited to: funds for eviction prevention ($1,000.00 a quarter), utility assistance, emergency hotel support (short-term stay), and locker storage.