Find Help for Families

    wooden cutout of a four person family with two hands wrapping around them in support United Way of Snohomish County and the Washington State Library have gathered local and regional information about services and agencies offering help to families in a variety of ways including food, shelter, clothing, childcare, legal services, employment opportunities, and counseling.

    The Everett Public Schools Kids In Transition (KIT) program provides support for homeless children and youth to continue their education. 

    Please visit our Community Resources page for a list of local services available to families.


    Snohomish Health District provides information about Snohomish County community dental resources for children and adults.

    2-1-1 is a free easy-to-remember telephone number that is your best "first call" to quickly find the right source of help. You can also access this service online here. The central information line is staffed by trained operators who can connect you to a wide range of community services. This United Way-supported program is run by Volunteers of America Western Washington.