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Eligibility: All are welcome. No documentation required.
Depending on the availability, the following items may be available for pickup: dry pantry food items, milk, bread, some fresh food items, diapers, wipes, and more.
When & where: Every 2nd & 4th Tuesdays of the month 2-5pm at The Village on Casino Road, Building A. On the 1st & 3rd Tuesdays of the month 3-5pm, the food bank is available at The Bible Baptist Church (located on 805 W Casino Rd, Everett, WA 98204)
Eligibility: All adults interested in learning and/or improving English language skills. All documentation statuses welcome.
ESOL Classes levels 1-5 for the Casino Road community. Free childcare for children ages 1-5 is available to all students while they are in class. The Casino Road Family Education Academy is a multi-agency coalition designed to provide high-quality adult education and early learning programs to adult learners and their preschoolers.
Eligibility: Families with children birth to age 3 who have a developmental delay or disability in Snohomish and King County, including Vashon Island.
ChildStrive’s Early Supports (Early Intervention, birth to three) services are available to families with children who have a developmental delay or disability under the age of 3. Our team of special educators, speech, occupational, or physical therapists, and counselors work with parents and caregivers using a parent coaching model to provide therapies.
Eligibility: Anyone who is pregnant or parenting a child up to age 18 months. Lives in Everett, Marysville, or Lake Stevens. If the family is homeless or living in transitional housing, the previous residency in eligible cities is also acceptable.
ChildStrive’s Parents as Teachers program provides in-home parenting support to families who are living with trauma or chronic hardships.
Eligibility: Must be a first-time mother, less than 28 weeks* pregnant, speak English or Spanish, live in Snohomish County, and be low income.
One of ChildStrive’s home visiting programs that pairs young, first-time pregnant mothers with a community health nurse, helping mom, baby and the whole family have access to resources and care they deserve.
Eligibility: We individually evaluate children (up to age 5) and their unique circumstances (including family income) in the enrollment process.
ChildStrive’s Clever Sprouts ECEAP Preschool is dedicated to providing a high-quality learning environment. Children will participate in developmentally appropriate play and learning through a curriculum that incorporates language, science, nature, technology, math, and art
Eligibility: Parents and their child(ren) up to age 5.
Circle- time live via ChildStrive’s Facebook page: Tuesdays 10:00-10:15 Videos are available to view later via our Facebook page as well. Planning for in-person Play and Learn group in 2022. Play and Learn groups are for caregivers and children 0-5 years.
On the 2nd and 4th Friday of the month, we host a Zoom group connection called “Friday with Friends” from 10-10:30 am. Registration links are available on our Facebook or Instagram. (You do not need to have a Facebook account to watch Circle Time or access links shared.)
Eligibility: Everyone is welcome.
South Everett Foursquare Church is a vibrant community of Jesus followers. We desire to be present and available within the Casino Road Community; seeking to develop genuine and lasting relationships with our neighbors.
-Sunday Worship Gatherings | 10:30 AM @ The Village (On Zoom during Covid-19)
-Men’s and Women’s Groups (Bible Study and Relational Connection)
-Podcast on website
Eligibility: Youth 11-19 years of age
City Life focuses on serving kids in tough places where they live…their neighborhoods and schools. We run after-school programs and drop-in centers near schools so we can minister to kids academically, socially, and spiritually.
-Holistic, faith-based programs, small groups, mentorship, and Bible studies, and life skills training.
-Camps and opportunities for youth to have fun/educational experiences away from their neighborhood.
-Leadership Development. Helping to raise up and empower the youth in our neighborhood to lead in their own community.
Eligibility: K-5th grade Children.
We provide socially distanced homework help sessions for a small group of children. There are 8 spots open Mondays and Wednesdays (4 spots for 4:30-5:30 pm & 4 spots for 6-7 pm). If your child does not want to meet face-to-face, contact Mr. Tyrone to set up a Zoom homework help session.
Eligibility: Latina women. Free and no documentation required.
Mujeres Sin Fronteras is a program that supports, informs, and educates Latino women. Find out what is happening in your community and find helpful resources for you and your family.
Eligibility: Adult, Latina women. No documentation required.
Learn to sew or work on projects while socializing with other Latina women in your community.
When: Mondays at 10am-12pm & Wednesdays 6-8pm
Eligibility: Children aged 10-14. No documentation required.
Children can learn and practice their Spanish together!
When: Tuesdays 6-7pm and 7-8pm.
Eligibility: All are welcome. No documentation required.
Whether you had a bad day, or just need a non-judgmental ear to listen, we are here for you, no matter what you want to talk about. Our highly skilled and compassionate staff are here to help. We can all build a community that celebrates asking for help and supports those who experience behavioral health challenges, including thoughts of suicide.
Eligibility: Adults. All documentation statuses welcome.
THIS PROGRAM IS NO LONGER SCREENING INDIVIDUALS. PLEASE REFER TO THIS ARTICLE: https://mynorthwest-com.cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/mynorthwest.com/3363964/rental-assistance-snohomish-county/amp/
This program was intended to prevent evictions by paying rent and targeting limited resources to people most likely to become homeless after eviction. You will need to collect and share the following documents: 2021 Rental agreement, Verification of rent due, 2020 Tax Form to verify annual income eligibility, or other income proof (if not filing taxes).
Eligibilty: children ages 5-12 years old
Our team drives to local apartment complexes on Casino Road to give away free reading books, snacks, and prizes for children ages 5-12 years old. It’s like a traveling library! We visit The Bluffs, Park 120, Copperstone, Crystal Springs, and other apartments on the 3rd Wednesday of each month. If you would like for the bookmobile to come to your apartment complex, please contact Mr. Tyrone.