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2-1-1 Community Resources Database
Search over 6425 health and human service providers, representing 10,201 sites and more than 18,205 local services available throughout Washington to help meet your needs.

Bellingham/Whatcom County Tourism
Find the local businesses, organizations and resources you need for event planning, tourism and conducting business.

Northwest Economic Development Council
A collection of helpful resources for individuals and companies within the Whatcom county region, as well as people with plans to start a business or relocate their business to this area, including detailed local demographics and a GIS-powered commercial property search.

Downtown Bellingham Partnership
This non-profit is a member-driven organization that seeks to be a strong voice for Downtown Bellingham and an effective liaison between downtown stakeholders and local decision-makers. This website has links for local public art, shopping, fine dining and cultural entertainment.

Your guide to all of Fairhaven.

Look for information on the cities in Whatcom County, Bellingham neighborhoods, shopping, entertainment and much more.

Opportunity Council
A private, non-profit Community Action Agency serving homeless and low-income families and individuals. Our goal is to help people learn to become self-sufficient. We offer a broad scope of services that range from addressing immediate and crisis-oriented needs (food, emergency shelter, eviction-prevention) to longer-term programs that promote self-sufficiency in our community (early childhood education, home weatherization).

Whatcom Council of Governments
Collects and exchanges information of regional interest.

Whatcom Counts
A one-stop source for information on community health in Whatcom County. It provides the resources to find data, learn about the issues, and determine effective methods for lasting improvement.

Whatcom Literacy Council
WLC is dedicated to increasing literacy skills for adults in Whatcom County. Since 1978, the Whatcom Literacy Council has been helping adults improve their literacy skills or learn to use English as a second language. Through customized, individual tutoring, our students learn critical skills needed to become self –sufficient.

Whatcom Museum of History & Art
The Whatcom Museum provides informative, innovative and interactive educational programs and exhibitions about art and Northwest history and the influences that affected their evolution.

Whatcom Transit Authority
This site includes information on routes, fares, commuting and specialized transit in Whatcom County.

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