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NAACP-SCB COVID-19 Response Fund

NAACP Snohomish County 10AA
P.O. Box 5676
Everett WA, 98206

Resources Offered

  • The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Snohomish County Branch (NAACP-SCB) is pleased to announce its COVID-19 Response Fund. The micro-grants offered by NAACP -SCB are designed to complement assistance provided by governmental agencies and philanthropic organizations. In order of priority, recipients of assistance will be residents of Snohomish County including one of the following: • People at risk of isolation, especially lower-income elders. • People who are out of work because of the COVID-19 virus. • Black, Indigenous, and people of color. • People with disabilities and people who are immunosuppressed. Please keep in mind that the funds are limited and micro-grants allow us to share with as many people in need as possible. SEE COMMUNITY RESOURCE LISTING AT WWW.LIVEWELLLOCAL.ORG

Resource Type

  • Item

Duration

  • Start Date: 2020-03-30
  • End Date: 2020-05-31

Please Contact

  • NAACP-SCD General
  • crisisassistance@naacp-snoco.org

Washington Connection

Washington State Department of Social and Health Services Economic Services Administration (DSHS ESA)
WA,
877-501-2233

Description

Washington Connection offers a fast and easy way for families and individuals to apply for a variety of services such as Food, Cash, Child Care, Long-Term Care, and Medicare Savings Programs. Individuals that are ag...

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Holiday Toy Shop

Edmonds United Methodist Church
828 Casper St.
Edmonds WA, 98020
(425) 778-5833

Description

The Toy Shop is a community outreach ministry that serves families of the Edmonds Food Bank, Washington Kids in Transition, and others in the community during the Christmas season. Those in need are invited to atten...

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Emergency Programs

Washington State Department of Social and Health Services Economic Services Administration (DSHS ESA)
20311 52nd Ave W Suite 100
Lynnwood WA, 98036
(877) 501-2233

Description

Emergency Programs We Offer Include: Medical Programs: If you have a medical emergency, we may have a medical program to help. A financial worker can explain more about the eligibility requirements of the medical pr...

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Aged, Blind, or Disabled (ABD) Cash Assistance Program

Washington State Department of Social and Health Services Economic Services Administration (DSHS ESA)
840 N Broadway Suite 200
Everett WA, 98201
(877) 501-2233

Description

Aged, Blind, or Disabled (ABD) is a state funded program that provides cash assistance and a referral to the Housing and Essential Needs (HEN) program to eligible low-income individuals who are age 65 or older, blin...

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Aged, Blind, or Disabled (ABD) Cash Assistance Program

Washington State Department of Social and Health Services Economic Services Administration (DSHS ESA)
20311 52nd Ave W Suite 100
Lynnwood WA, 98036
(877) 501-2233

Description

Aged, Blind, or Disabled (ABD) is a state funded program that provides cash assistance and a referral to the Housing and Essential Needs (HEN) program to eligible low-income individuals who are age 65 or older, blin...

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Pregnant Women Assistance Program

Washington State Department of Social and Health Services Economic Services Administration (DSHS ESA)
840 N Broadway Suite 200
Everett WA, 98201
(877) 501-2233

Description

Pregnant Women Assistance (PWA) is a state funded program that provides cash assistance and support to low-income pregnant individuals who are not eligible for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) or State...

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Pregnant Women Assistance Program

Washington State Department of Social and Health Services Economic Services Administration (DSHS ESA)
19705 State Route 2 Suite 100
Monroe WA, 98272
(877) 501-2233

Description

Pregnant Women Assistance (PWA) is a state funded program that provides cash assistance and support to low-income pregnant individuals who are not eligible for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) or State...

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Medicare Savings Program - Qualified Medicare Beneficiary (QMB)

Washington State Department of Social and Health Services Economic Services Administration (DSHS ESA)
19705 State Route 2 Suite 100
Monroe WA, 98272
(877) 501-2233

Description

Pays Part A and Part B premiums. Pays deductibles. Pays co-payments except for prescriptions. Income must be at 100% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL)

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Emergency Programs

Washington State Department of Social and Health Services Economic Services Administration (DSHS ESA)
19705 State Route 2 Suite 100
Monroe WA, 98272
(877) 501-2233

Description

Emergency Programs We Offer Include: Medical Programs: If you have a medical emergency, we may have a medical program to help. A financial worker can explain more about the eligibility requirements of the medical pr...

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Apple Health for Workers with Disabilities (HWD) Program

Washington State Department of Social and Health Services Economic Services Administration (DSHS ESA)
19705 State Route 2 Suite 100
Monroe WA, 98272
(877) 501-2233

Description

Healthcare for Workers with Disabilities (HWD) allows people with disabilities who are working to purchase medical coverage by paying a monthly premium that is based on their income. Who is eligible: Are age 16 thro...

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Helping Hands Project

Helping Hands Project Organization
2808 Hoyt Avenue
Everett WA, 98208
(785) 435-9716

Resources Needed

  • Hand sanitizer, personal hygiene products, diapers, baby food, meat, fish, milk, eggs, breads, butter, baby wipes, diaper cream, laundry detergent, toilet paper, fruits and vegetables, and canned goods.

Delivery Method

  • Drop off items at organization location

Resource Type

  • Item

Quantity

  • 80 each

Duration

  • Start Date: 2020-03-28
  • End Date: 2020-07-31

Please Contact

  • Selina Obah
  • admin@helpinghands-project.org
  • (701) 270-9865

Human Services

Snohomish County Government
3000 Rockefeller Ave
Everett WA, 98201
(425) 388-7236
  • The Human Services Department is serving many of the most vulnerable in our community. One of the current challenges is acquiring the needed personal protective equipment (PPE) for our direct services staff to enable those services to continue. Availability of supplies ranges from limited to non-existent with first-responders and medical staff having priority for the items that are available. We are willing to purchase these items if they are available, but also appreciate any donations to protect our workers and the clients we serve: N-95 masks (450 needed); gloves (900 needed); gowns (300 needed); sanitizing wipes (many needed). We will also make these supplies available to our partners having direct client contact as they become available. Thank you for your consideration.

Delivery Method

  • Drop off items at organization location

Resource Type

  • Item

Duration

  • Start Date: 2020-04-06

Please Contact

  • Wendy Roullier
  • wendy.roullier@snoco.org
  • (425) 388-7236

Property Tax Exemptions

Snohomish County Government
3000 Rockefeller
Everett WA, 98201
(425) 388-3411

Description

The Exemption Division is responsible for the administration of various programs available to property owners to help reduce property taxes. These include: Senior Citizen and/or Disabled Persons; Special Land Classi...

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Financial Assistance

Holy Cross
6915 State Route 92
Lake Stevens WA, 98258
(360) 691-2636

Description

Can provide help for rent and utilities to Granite Falls and Lake Stevens families only.

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Arlington Community Resource Center (ACRC)

Volunteers of America of Western Washington
18308 Smokey Point Boulevard
Arlington WA, 98223
360-386-7989

Resources Needed

  • Toilet paper, plastic forks, hygiene items, hand sanitizer, Clorox wipes, frozen burritos, frozen food, baby wipes, diapers, tampons, nonperishable food for food pantry (canned items, pasta dinners, cereal, etc.)

Delivery Method

  • Drop off items at organization location

Resource Type

  • Item

Duration

  • Start Date: 2020-03-25
  • End Date: 2020-05-31

Please Contact

  • Peggy Ray
  • peggyray@voaww.org
  • (425) 212-5363