As the Coronavirus pandemic has changed so much in our communities throughout the Snoqualmie Valley, access to human services remains more important than ever. The Supportive Community For All Work Group spent the past year grappling with this mission in “normal” times, and our work will be key in moving forward in responding to the new and ongoing environment of need. To celebrate this foundation for moving forward and the community driven engagement and effort to address these challenges, SCFA met virtually with 28 members of the Work Group, Partner Team and community leaders on April 20 in the final Work Group gathering of 2020.
King County Councilmember Kathy Lambert joined the Work Group to share perspective and praise for the work of the group in centering the needs of rural King County members. King County Communities of Opportunity Program Manager, José Camacho Martinez shared the county’s commitment to fund the implementation of strategies identified by the SCFA Work Group.
During the past year, the Work Group met 13 times to utilize the findings of SCFA’s landmark Community Needs Assessment and the expertise of community users and providers of human services in the Valley to make human services easily accessible; connecting nonprofit and public resources with those in need. The SCFA thanks the Work Group members for this astounding engagement and community work and is honored to continue to implement this work in the Snoqualmie Valley. We invite you to visit www.asupportivecommunityforall.org to learn more.
SHARED PURPOSE – A SUPPORTIVE COMMUNITY FOR ALL
Strengthening community connections to make human services more accessible in the Snoqualmie Valley.