Looking for Shelter, Food Pantries, Health Clinics, Clothing?
información en español -- https://www.hud.gov/espanol
Scroll down to see resources specific to Snohomish County
Call 2-1-1 or visit https://wa211.org
When you call, you enter your zip code and are then forwarded to someone who can give you resource information specific to this region of the state.
CARES Act money for back rent should be available March 1. Please call 2-1-1 to see if you qualify.
Snohomish County resources
Snohomish County Resource List, Updated 1-21-2021
The document contains information about:
- COVID-19 testing
- Rental assistance
- Trouble paying your mortgage
- Food security
- Utility assistance
- Health care
- Emotional health
- Pro-social/Sober support
- Federal student aid
- Multi-lingual information
- Food banks
Resources for Families -- PTA Meeting 11-16-20
Google Slides Presentation
Start with the Recovery Resource Hub Washington.
Struggling because of the coronavirus pandemic?
If you’re an individual, a small business or a nonprofit that’s been negatively impacted by the COVID19 pandemic — there is relief for you. We’ve compiled the most comprehensive list of resources to help the Puget Sound region residents weather the coronavirus crisis and emerge from it with stability and strength.
Washington Listens is a program to support anyone in Washington experiencing stress due to the COVID-19 pandemic or any of the events that have occurred because of it.
The support line that is part of Washington Listens is for people to receive support related to the pandemic.
Washington Listens is:
- A program to help Washington rebuild our state and strengthen resiliency
- More than just the support line with new services being planned and added
- A free anonymous service for anyone in Washington
Washington Listens is not:
- A crisis line to access behavioral health services
- A referral line to other services
- A warm line for people to talk to someone with lived experiences
- A replacement for existing resources like 211