Snoqualmie Valley Resources
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Acres of Diamonds
Acres of Diamonds is a program to support unsheltered moms and kids as they rebuild their lives. The structured living plan, on-site counseling, parenting support and life-skill training helps moms to re-establish their lives with purpose, confidence, and support. Our locations are in Duvall and Issaquah.
Adra P. Berry Memorial Food Bank
Alliance of People with disAbilities
Alliance of People with disAbilities provides a variety of services to any person in the community who has any disability, regardless of age or national origin (citizens and non-citizens, alike).
American Legion Carnation Post #199
The mission of the American Legion is to enhance the well-being of America’s veterans, their families, our military, and our communities by our devotion to mutual helpfulness.
ANEW’s mission is to improve people’s lives by providing quality training, employment navigation, and supportive services leading to successful family wage careers. They offer pre-apprenticeship training programs, Apprenticeship Opportunities Project (Support services), RISE Up (Diversity and Equity Training), Youth Career Exploration (K-12), Apprenticeship Information and Resources, and Scholarship Opportunities.
Bellevue College Workforce Education
You may be eligible for tuition funding and education and career planning! Bellevue College helps people get the skills they need through their professional-technical programs to enter or re-enter the workforce. Workforce Education offers high-touch advising and college navigation, “jump start” funding and assistance with applying for additional financial aid, and advisors to coordinate with DSHS and Employment Security to support students with keeping their benefits while in training.
Bridge of Promise
Bridge of Promise enriches the lives of teens and adults with developmental disabilities by offering community-based day programs for adults ages twenty-one and up who have transitioned out of high school. They also offer a Summer Fun Fair, inclusive Baseball Game with Seattle Prep High School Baseball Team, Friendship Dance for older teens and adults and so much more!
CarePoint Snoqualmie Valley Free Healthcare Clinic
Offers preventative and primary healthcare services to provide the opportunity for all those in the Snoqualmie Valley to have access to quality healthcare regardless of income or insurance status. Our patients have access to wellness exams, chronic disease management, dental care, and treatment of acute illnesses and minor injuries.
CISC helps immigrants throughout King County achieve success in their new community by providing information, referral, advocacy, social, and support services.
Duvall Food Forest
Offers community garden plots available for annual lease, volunteer work parties, free U-pick produce, educational workshops, community events, and ecological design and consultation services off-site.
Eastside Baby Corner
Eastside Baby Corner has formed partnerships with many Snoqualmie Valley nonprofits to provide basic needs for keeping kids safe and happy. Along with baby food and diapers, other needs that EBC can help with are cribs, clothing, booster seats and car seats. EBC “helps the helpers.” The customized orders for kids are dispensed to qualified partner providers. In this way, EBC supports the work of more than 50 other organizations. See a current list of their partners here. Community members must contact the partners to make an order.
Eastside Legal Assistance Program
ELAP serves individuals and families in our region who cannot afford a lawyer, including domestic violence survivors, veterans, seniors, immigrants, and people just like you.
Empower Youth Network
Core Programs: Youth Success! Mentoring, Pathways to Employment Success, Weekend Power Packs, Youth Suicide Prevention, Youth Substance Abuse Prevention, Youth Leadership, and community outreach (including Riverview Resilient Initiative, Parenting Classes, Healthy Community Coalition, Key Leaders Summit, & Community & State Advocacy. Serve students & families in the Snoqualmie Valley School District and Riverview School District.
Provides childhood development, pediatric therapy, & early learning services to children ages 0-8 and their families in the Snoqualmie Valley, Issaquah, and Eastside communities. With locations in Snoqualmie, North Bend, and Carnation and home visiting or telehealth services, Encompass is here for families to build healthy foundations for children of all abilities.
Evergreen Health – Primary Care
Fall City Food Pantry
The Fall City Food Pantry offers food to neighbors in need in Fall City, Preston, North Bend, Duvall, Carnation and Snoqualmie.
Friends of Youth
Serving children, youth, and their families from birth through age 25 in north and east King County. Friends of Youth provides Child and Welfare Services (foster care, extended foster care, emergency shelter and residential treatment services to youth and young adults), Homeless Youth Services (street outreach, drop-in services, case management, emergency overnight shelter, housing, and employment support), and Youth and Family Services (counseling, parenting home visits, and prevention for youth and families).
Helping Hands Ministry
Serving the Snoqualmie Valley, the Helping Hands Ministry (HHM) provides emergency food assistance, help with gas, rent, and utilities, as well as our weekend backpack program that provides meals to children who might go without.
Holy Innocents Food Pantry
Provides supplemental weekly food and essential items to all in need who seek aid.
Hopelink provides a network of critical social services through a number of different programs – Food Banks, Energy Assistance, Financial Assistance, Housing, Employment, Family Development, Adult Education, Financial Literacy Training and Transportation. Please call your local Hopelink for information on eligibility requirements and how to get signed up.
Hopelink Mobility & Transportation
Hopelink’s Mobility Management team helps ensure people have the transportation information and resources they need to access employment, healthcare appointments, and community connections. Call the Transportation Resources Line at 425-943-6760 for one-on-one trip planning and to see what kind of services you might be able to utilize. Visit FindARide.org to find additional resources, including transportation options, trip planning tools, and more!
Housing Justice Project
The Housing Justice Project provides free legal assistance to renters facing eviction in King County. They can help by: (1) Providing free legal advice (legal consultations) for low-income renters with eviction related issues; (2) Answering questions about eviction paperwork; (3) Negotiating with landlords if you’re a renter facing eviction; (4) Representing renters at courthouse eviction hearings (show cause hearings); (5) Sharing referral and resource information. To request eviction-related assistance, you can call (206) 267-7069 to leave a message with staff or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
India Association of Western Washington
IAWW is a grassroots nonprofit with a mission to identify, serve and follow up with the needs of the Asian Indian community (seniors, youth, families and individuals) regardless of religion, faith and gender. IAWW provides support services, information and assistance and resource referrals along with programming focused on wellness, mental health, youth leadership, mentoring, civic engagement, parent-child development.
Jewish Family Services
Jewish Family Services helps people achieve well-being, health and stability through these services: Counseling & Addiction Services, Emergency Services, Older Adult Services, Outreach & Education, Polack Food Bank, Project DVORA Domestic Violence Services, Refugee & Immigrant Services, Supportive Living Services for People With Disabilities, Volunteer Services
King County Library System – Carnation
King County Library System – Duvall
King County Library System – Fall City
King county Library System – North Bend
King County Library System – Snoqualmie
Lake Washington Technical College Dental Clinic
Located just outside of Seattle in Kirkland, Washington, the Dental Clinic at Lake Washington Institute of Technology (LWTech) offers quality dental care to the general public. The clinic is staffed by dental professionals that include licensed dentists, licensed dental hygienists, certified dental assistants, and students serving your oral health care needs.
Lambert House empowers lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth through the development of leadership, social, and life skills. Programs are 100% online during the COVID-19 pandemic.
LifeWire is on a mission to end domestic violence and create a world where every person lives in a safe environment, free from oppression and with the opportunity to thrive. Since 1982, LifeWire has helped thousands of survivors in East and North King County, including immigrants, men, members of the LGBTQ Community, and teens.
If you or someone you know is concerned about your relationship or experiencing abuse at home, call LifeWire’s 24-Hour Helpline at 425-746-1940 or 1-800-827-8840 to speak with an advocate.
Mamma’s Hands House of Hope
House of Hope is a low-barrier 24/7 emergency shelter with support services serving women and children in crisis in the Snoqualmie Valley and the greater Seattle and King County communities.
MAPS Muslim Community Resource Center
Offers community service hours, food assistance, housing services, legal services, rent and utility assistance, and senior services.
Meadowbrook Urgent Care
Specialize in urgent care and family medicine.
Mt. Si Senior Center
Mt Si Senior Center serves adults age 50+ by providing a comprehensive network of services including health & wellness checks, fitness classes, information & assistance, social & recreational opportunities, educational programs, volunteerism, housing, and transportation.
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Eastside
NAMI is a community-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to improving the quality of life for those impacted by a mental health condition through advocacy, education, and support.
Oxbow Farm & Conservation Center
Oxbow is your place to connect to nature and learn how to help improve the health of our community, and our planet. Oxbow connects to the public through special events, educational programs, volunteer opportunities, and a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program. Find recipes, educational lessons and resources online, and use SNAP/EBT at the farm stand.
Raging River Recovery Center – Snoqualmie Tribe
Raging River Recovery Center provides the following services for Natives and community members: Chemical dependency assessments, deferred prosecutions, intensive outpatient, outpatient/aftercare, relapse prevention, family counseling, youth treatment, gender specific groups, referrals
Regency North Bend Rehabilitation and Nursing Center
Offers Skilled Nursing and Long Term Care Services. Their experienced team of nursing, dietary, social services, therapy, therapeutic recreation, and certified nursing assistants provide physician-directed care based on the needs of each individual.
Recognized as the nation’s first Internet gaming addiction treatment center in the US. Specializing in disrupting excessive tech use while promoting mental wellness.
Riverview School District
Riverview School District Student Services
A variety of support services are available to students in the Riverview School District who have specific learning needs, including counseling, ECEAP, Early Entrance, Early Language Learners, Highly Capable, Homeless, and Transition Services.
Si View Metropolitan Park District
Sno-Valley Senior Center
Serving older adults age 60+ who live in the Snoqualmie Valley. The Sno-Valley Senior Center functions as a community center where people can drop-in for meals, fitness, education, and socialization.
Snoqualmie Ridge Medical Clinic
Provides primary care for the entire family. Providers are board certified in family practice or pediatrics. Offers Affordable Access Program for individuals, families, and employers with no health insurance or high insurance deductibles.
The Snoqualmie Tribe offers a wide array of tribal resources in the areas of health and wellness, education, culture, as well as general resources. Eligibility varies. See website to learn more.
Snoqualmie Valley Clinic
Snoqualmie Valley Clinic is an independent, family practice clinic providing medical care. Located in historic downtown Snoqualmie, the clinic features a dedicated urgent care area for wound and fracture care, on-site digital x-ray, on-site laboratory services, and large patient rooms for families.
Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank
Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank offers food to neighbors in need in the Preston, Fall City, Snoqualmie and North Bend communities. Programs include: Seniors (65+) Food Distribution, Eastside Baby Corner Partnership Program, and The Snoqualmie Valley Pet Food Bank.
Snoqualmie Valley Hospital
The Snoqualmie Valley Hospital staff is dedicated to providing expert, compassionate, quality care to the communities of Carnation, Fall City, North Bend, Preston, Snoqualmie, Snoqualmie Pass, and surrounding areas.
Snoqualmie Valley School District
Snoqualmie Valley Shelter Services
Snoqualmie Valley Shelter Services provides emergency shelter, social services, and connections to permanent housing. The resource center also connects guests to technology and phone access, provides private clothing donations, hot meals, laundry and shower facilities.
Snoqualmie Valley Transportation
This local, Monday-Friday bus company offers a variety of transportation services for a low or donation-based fare and is available to everyone. Routes cover North Bend and Snoqualmie to Carnation, Duvall and Monroe.
Snoqualmie Valley YMCA
Sound provides counseling services, addiction treatment, telehealth, youth & children’s mental health and addiction treatment services, & family oriented services (domestic violence, family counseling) to individuals and communities across Western Washington. The Snoqualmie Office provides Child & Family Services, Counseling, LGBTQ services, and Older Adult Services (OAS).
Swedish Primary Care – Snoqualmie
Tolt UCC Community Connections
Tolt UCC has a Good Neighbor Fund, which provides modest emergency funds for valley neighbors. (All requests for help must go through a phone call to the church office 425-333-4254). They also host a free warm meal for the community every Wednesday night, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
We provide mentorship, barista training, leadership development, and outreach to teens ages 13-19 through our youth coffee shop.
UW Dental Urgent Care Clinic
The University of Washington School of Dentistry Dental Urgent Care Clinic in Seattle provides dental services for patients who are experiencing discomfort, swelling or need immediate dental care.
Dental urgent care service is open to the general public for a modest fee.
Valley Animal Partners
Valley Animal Partners’ mission is to help Snoqualmie Valley seniors, disabled, veterans and families with limited income, spay, neuter, vaccinate, microchip their pets. They also provide free food through the Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank and can provide emergency medication for their pets.
Work Source Redmond
Worksource offers job-seekers help with online job search, computers access, training, and workshops & hiring events. One-on-one support is also available to identify training and resources to help you meet your goals. Resources are available at no cost.
Worksource can support businesses with available no-cost tools and resources which include talent acquisition, labor market information, retention strategies, and layoff assistance. Resources are available at no cost.