• Welcome to the Student & Family Support Advocate site for Cascade High School! 

    My name is Stacy Robinson and I am here to support you and your family. My goal is to help students be successful at school and to help families access the resources and support they need. I work closely with the Cascade team to help each and every student.
    Some of the things I often help students and families with include:
    - Finding mental health resources in the community
    - Connecting to housing resources or qualifying for the KIT program
    - Assisting with applying for health insurance and food benefits.
    - Signing students up for Operation School Bell (a free program that provides clothing for students who qualify for Free/Reduced Lunch)
    - Providing students with clothing (when available)
    - Helping families who need food
    You can find me in Room 133 on any school day, and I am also available by phone or email.
    Stacy Robinson

    Student Support Advocate


  • Places that could offer support during winter break! (December 19th-January 2nd) 

    **Scroll down for info on groceries, food banks, hot meals, mental health crisis support, and cold weather shelters** 

    Talk to someone for non-crisis help: 425-327-1609 Can assist in getting clothes, school supplies, finding food banks, and more!

    For urgent needs:


    *Millennia Ministries at 425.259.3555. All you need to say is that you're in need, your last name, and how many people are in your household. You will need to have a way to pick it up, and they are open for pickup from 11am-2pm Monday through Friday. 

    *Everett Volunteers of America Food Bank: Mon/Wed/Th 10am-2pm & 2nd & 4th Tuesdays of the month 3pm-6pm. 1230 Broadway Ave, 425.259.3191 ext. 13014 

    *Everett Salvation Army Food Bank: Mon & Fri 10am-1pm, Tue/Wed/Th 10am-4:30pm. 2525 Rucker Ave, 425.259.3191




    U-TURN - 3530 Colby Ave

    Open M-F 2:30-6pm, Sat 9:30am-2pm

    Meals, showers, clothes, snacks, games, and more!



    A 24-hour line that can help youth ages 12-17 find and transport to shelters in Snohomish County 


    Nighttime (call for hours and address)

    -Everett 425-740-2550 , speterson@egmission.org

    -Marysville 425-686-9272

    -Snohomish/Monroe 425-535-0000

    -South County 206-743-9843


    ALL Sno-Isle Community Libraries. Visit www.sno-isle.com or www.epls.org for hours and addresses 



    *In an emergency, please call 9-1-1

    Suicide & Crisis Line: 9-8-8

    VOA 24 Hour Care Crisis Line 425-258-4357

    Trevor Project Helpline (LGBTQIA+) 866-488-7386


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