Washington state continues to meet the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic and the impacts upon our economy. The Local Workforce Development Boards have adapted to this crisis by making all business and worker services available remotely. Our WorkSource Centers and staff are meeting with customers over the phone and online to provide information and assist with navigating a path forward. We are also partnering with state agencies and local government, as well as community-based organizations to connect to a wide array of resources designed to help weather this crisis and move forward in our state's economic recovery.
For more information about unemployment insurance, please click on the links to information from the Washington State Employment Security Department.
Health Insurance When You're Unemployed
Without an employer helping foot the bill, getting health insurance can be costly. But there are resources available to help you find the best plan for your coverage needs and budget. Learn what you need to know about getting health insurance if you’re unemployed.
Visit Affordable Health Insurance to learn more.
Looking for Workers?
WorkSource is a partnership between state and local government agencies colleges and non-profit organizations that offer employment services for job seekers and businesses.
Visit WorkSource Washington to learn more.
Connect To Statewide Resources With 2-1-1
Looking for help? 2-1-1 helps connect you to community resources statewide. Click on the button below to visit their website.