Twenty-two community representatives and leaders of A Supportive Community for All (SCFA) met on Monday, December 9, 2019 to review and refine ideas that aim to improve access to human services in the Snoqualmie Valley.

The ideas under consideration are:

  • Train Community Navigators
    • Train a variety of staff at public locations to use an interconnected online program that will connect people in need with services.
    • Libraries, police departments and school staff could be trained in the system and connect people in need with the organizations who provide the help they need.
  • Community Service “Hubs”
    • Explore the feasibility of community service hubs on each end of the Valley.

The group explored these ideas using the following questions:  How does this proposal address the barriers to human services?  How does this proposal respond to the discussions to date?  What is missing?  Who is missing?   Who provides oversight? These ideas will be discussed with people in the community and feedback brought to our next meeting on January 13, 2020.




Strengthening community connections to make human services more accessible in the Snoqualmie Valley.

Feel free to post this announcement at your organization. This flyer is available in English and Spanish.

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