Here is a list of the districtwide Emergency Preparedness Advisory Committee, as well as a contact for each campus’
Safety Committee. These groups are continually working to keep Seattle Colleges a safe place to learn and work.
As well, check here for local neighborhood emergency contact information, such as local Police Departments, Fire Departments and
other useful contacts.
Central: Elman McClain at firstname.lastname@example.org
North: Darryl Johnson at email@example.com
South: James Lewis at firstname.lastname@example.org
SVI: Greg Lonergan at email@example.com
Siegal: Heather Emlund at firstname.lastname@example.org
9 1 1 for all life threatening situations. No money needed to make
this call from a pay phone
Poison Center 1 800 222-1222, 24/7. Help and information for people and animals
due to poisoning or drug overdose (if life threatening immediately call 911).
Crisis Clinic 206-461-3222, 24/7.
Best all purpose 24-hour number for help and emergency services and referrals!
Some one at this number WILL listen!
Women in Domestic Violence situations 206-522-9472, 24/7. New Beginnings.
Crisis situations regarding children, birth to 6 years old 206-328-5437, 24/7.
Childhaven Crisis Nursery. And any Seattle Fire Station will accept newborns.
Don't leave your baby without help! No questions asked.
Homeless and/or abused Women 206-461-4882, 9 AM to 9 PM only, Downtown YWCA.
Homeless Veterans Clinic 425-203-7219, various times open.
Mental health and other services for Vets.
Operation Night Watch 206-323-4359 and after 7 PM 206-329-2099, 7 days a week.
Various services especially when all other services are closed. Shelter and drop in available.
Youth up to 22 years old and homeless 206-622-5555, Orion Center,
Monday thru Friday only. Meals, case management, school toward GED.
Downtown Emergency Service Center 206-464-1570, many services, long phone message
but call and see if they offer what you need.
Doney Memorial Pet Clinic 206-376-5954. 2nd & 4th Saturday of every month,
free veterinary care for pets of homeless and low income people, 3 to 5 PM, 1st come 1st served.
MUST show medical coupon to prove low-income status and have ID to match. 318 2nd Ave.
Note: These service listings are offered as a service to the community and
are taken from public information sources. 24/7 = open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The following instructional / informational videos are available:
RUN › HIDE › FIGHT ››› Surviving an Active Shooter Event — prepared by City of Houston Texas
This video was prepared by the city of Houston Texas and is designed to improve public awareness, safety and response
to such acts of violence. Even if you have seen other videos on surviving an active shooter event, please invest
six minutes of your time to view this one. - approx. running time: 6 mins
Basic Emergency Preparedness — prepared by SCCTv
At our colleges, we're taking the steps to be prepared to make our campuses safe.
One such step is the creation of this training tool, it will help you know what to do and how to react,
no matter where you are in the Seattle Community College District.
Board Member Institution of the League for Innovation