For the last 12 months the Work Group for the A Supportive Community for All has focused on designing a strategic plan to make Human Services more accessible in the Snoqualmie Valley.

The Work Group has come up with proposed solutions that were influenced by feedback from the community, stakeholders, providers, and the Community Needs Assessment. The big picture includes actionable plans including:

  • Develop a multi-lingual human services navigation website and printed guide
  • Coordinate personal navigation of human services at several locations in the Upper and Lower Valley
  • Explore options for Multi-Service Centers at each end of the Valley

During our meeting on February 10th we reviewed whether these plans meet our goals of increasing awareness, decreasing stigma, and increasing information sharing around Human Services.  We discussed how we can continue to work together differently to put our values into action, deepen community connections, include the underrepresented voices, and work toward collaborative change.

As the current grant ends in April 2020, we have taken the opportunity to apply for a funding extension from King County around these actionable plans. The Partner Team has made a commitment to continue this work to make human services more accessible in the Snoqualmie Valley. We invite you to visit to learn more.




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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