Snohomish County

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Housing Authority of Snohomish County

  • HASCO is a housing services provider with a particular focus: reducing the cost of housing for people who sacrifice basic needs to afford a stable place to call home. We provide a range of solutions for people with a range of incomes. By serving a broad spectrum of housing needs, we generate support for more people and families.
  • Snohomish County Resource Guide [1]
    • Source Page [2]
  • HASCO Programs (Help With Rent. Two Programs.) [3]
    • Housing Choice (Section 8) Vouchers & Seniors and People with Disabilities (USDA).
  • COVID-19 Information and Resources [4]
    • Snohomish County COVID-19 Resources Document [5]

Catholic Community Services

  • The Snohomish County Family Center has been responding to the needs of the community since 1942, when it was known as the Catholic Children’s Bureau which offered two programs in the community: Foster Care and Adoptions. When a community needs assessment process was undertaken in 1981, those needs changed resulting in the growth into the current multi-service family center located in Everett, Washington. The center’s definition of success is found in its philosophy, which embraces individualized, needs-driven, strength-based services. This philosophy shapes and affirms our partnership with the individuals, families and communities that we serve. Our mission is to serve men, women and children who come to us for assistance, with compassion and understanding while supporting and promoting self-sufficiency. We believe every child should grow up in a safe, loving, nurturing environment, in joining with others to change systems which oppress, discriminate or otherwise cause human suffering, and to work towards affirming and supporting a healthy family life.
  • Get Help Snohomish & Island Counties [6]
  • Snohomish brochure 2021 [7]
  • Permanent Housing [8]
  • Transitional Housing [9]

Housing Hope

  • Housing Hope’s programs offer a full range of housing types—emergency shelter, transitional housing and affordable rental apartments, as well as homeownership opportunities for low-income households. The Continuum is an effective and efficient method of helping families break the cycle of poverty. It recognizes that a family must have the basic need for safe shelter met before they can deal with other significant challenges.
  • Housing and Services [10]
  • Economic Empowerment [11]
  • Child Hope [12]
  • Team Homebuilding [13]
  • Tomorrow's Hope [14]
  • College of Hope [15]
  • How to get help [16]
    • Waitlist Pre-Application [17]

Interfaith Association of Northwest Washington [18]

  • Interfaith Association of Northwest Washington is addressing the needs of families experiencing homelessness through the united commitment of different faith groups and community members.
  • Family Shelter [19]
  • Cars to Housing [20]
    • An innovative safe-parking + rehousing program for families living in their vehicles. We have two safe-parking sites: (a) South Everett and (b) Central Everett
  • Homeless Prevention [21]

Bridgeways [22]

  • Bridgeways is a private not-for-profit corporation. Established in 1981, Bridgeways provides services that promote quality-of-life for individuals who live with mental illness. Mental illness touches the lives of nearly one in four people. Ignored, it leads to homelessness, financial devastation, broken families, and suicide — all at a great cost to our community. Our goal is to bring a sense of growth and independence to those with mental illness. We offer hope and a personal connection throughout the journey, while building practical skills for long-term success.
  • Housing Supports [23]
    • Community Housing Stability and Support Program (CHSS) [24]
    • CHSS clients are referred to Bridgeways by the YWCA
  • Employment Services [25]
    • Supported Employment Program [26]
      • Amerigroup Referral Form [27]
    • Safe Streets Supported Employment [28]
    • Vocational Services [29]
  • Manufacturing [30]
    • Capabilities [31]
    • Social Enterprise [32]

SeaMar [33]

  • Sea Mar Community Health Centers, founded in 1978, is a community-based organization committed to providing quality, comprehensive health, human, housing, educational and cultural services to diverse communities, specializing in service to Latinos in Washington state. Sea Mar proudly serves all persons without regard to race, ethnicity, immigration status, gender, or sexual orientation, and regardless of ability to pay for services. Sea Mar's network of services includes more than 90 medical, dental, and behavioral health clinics and a wide variety of nutritional, social, and educational services.
  • Services available in Snohomish County are Medical, Pharmacy, Dental, Behavioral Health, Preventive Health for more information on any of these services please ask library staff.

Lutheran Community Services Northwest - Community Resource Centers [34]

  • LCS Northwest’s Community Resource Centers make a powerful impact on people and communities by working to eliminate barriers and provide hope. Our Everett and Familias Unidas centers are warm and welcoming places with caring staff who represent the communities and cultures we serve. Our team, specializing in Trauma Informed Care, serve people each day facing instability and crisis. We stand ready to help low-income families and individuals meet life’s basic needs. Our team helps them deal with mental health, domestic violence and substance abuse. We help them overcome language and cultural barriers. We help them improve their education, find jobs and regain hope.

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Compass Health

  • We offer a wide-range of behavioral health services for clients of all ages in Snohomish, Skagit, Island, San Juan, and Whatcom counties. Compass Health arranges interpreter services when needed at no cost to the client.
  • Services [35]
    • Ask library staff for more information about services listed.
  • Homeless Support & Supported Housing
    • Housing Services Overview Snohomish, Skagit, San Juan only [36]
    • Emergency Motel Voucher Program (EMVP) Snohomish and Skagit only [37] printing note: click Read More button for all available information
  • How to Access Services [38]
    • Online Referral Form [39]
  • Also available on Skagit County, Whatcom County, San Juan County, and Island County pages.

Ingersoll Gender Center Snohomish TGNC Resource Guide [40]

  • Greetings! This guide was put together through the efforts of Ingersoll Gender Center. We also relied on the support of community leaders throughout the process of building these guides. This guide is meant for trans and/or gender non-conforming folks who are navigating resources in Snohomish County. We’ve built this guide through surveys, meetings, listening sessions, and community conversations. We recognize that many of the resources listed in this guide are not long term solutions. To the best of our ability, we have vetted them to ensure that they are familiar with the trans and gender non-conforming communities. Some of them are used to working with our communities, some have more work to do. We look forward to a world in which all trans and gender diverse folks are able to access resources without worrying about their safety and well-being. We also know that our communities are resilient. Trans and/or gender non-conforming communities have been here since people have been in what we now call Washington state, and we will continue to leverage these resources the best we can to live the lives we deserve to live. We hope you find this guide useful, and that you may see bits of yourself in here. Support is here and available to help you in navigating these resources.
  • Source Page [41]
  • Also on Queer & LGBTQIA+ Resources Page
  • Also on Recursos en español Recursos Condado Page

Public Library

Sno-Isle Libraries [42]

  • Get a Library Card [43]
  • Obtenga una tarjeta de la biblioteca [44]
  • Computers & Printing [45]
  • Book a Librarian [46]
  • Locations [47]

Also on Island County page.

Everett Public Library [48]

  • Library Cards [49]
  • Book a Librarian [50]
  • Printing Copying Scanning [51]
  • Passport Services [52]
  • Evergreen Branch Library [53]