Community Resources

Highland PTSA is here to serve and support students, families, and staff. If you need assistance, please reference the following list of resources made available through community partners in Bellevue School District.

Bellevue LifeSpring

Foster stability and self-sufficiency for Bellevue’s children and their families through programs that provide food, clothing, education, and emergency assistance. 

Bellevue Family Hub @Highland and @Stevenson 

Our two Bellevue Family Hub resource centers are welcoming and inclusive spaces open to all Bellevue School District students and families. 


Provides a network of critical social services through a number of different programs – including housing, transportation, family development, financial assistance, employment programs, adult education, financial literacy training, and five food banks. For more information visit

Jubilee Reach

Jubilee staff and volunteers meet the needs of students and families in the public schools, at the Jubilee REACH Center, at the Jubilee REACH Thrift Store, and at Community Building Events. 

YES - Youth Eastside Services

Through offices in Bellevue, Kirkland and Redmond, counselors within Lake Washington and Bellevue schools, and community-based programs, Youth Eastside Services (YES) provides mental health counseling and substance use treatment to ALL youth, birth-22, and their families in East King County, regardless of their ability to pay. 

Boys and Girls Clubs of Bellevue

BGCB’s 18 Clubhouses provide a safe and fun place for over 12,200 youth to grow and thrive each year. During critical out-of-school hours, dedicated staff deliver life-enhancing, quality programs focused on academics, health, and leadership. BGCB is doing whatever it takes to ensure all kids in Bellevue have great futures. Read more about programs for teens at 

Rainier Athletes

Use sports and mentorship to direct students towards a path to achievement and to close a growing opportunity gap within Bellevue’s community. The mission is to affirm our youth’s sense of purpose and belonging by intentionally connecting their core community of teachers, coaches, families, and mentors. 

Highland Health Center

Highland Health Center gives students access to International Community Health Services health providers for treatment of illnesses, injuries, and ongoing health problems; as well as for well-child checkups and immunizations. YES’ therapists can help students with issues such as depression, anxiety, family stress, and substance abuse. For more information about the Highland Health Center, click here to visit the clinic’s website. You can also contact the health center by email at