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Community Resources

SnoCo Connect has experienced and knowledgeable staff that can outline the many resources and organizations throughout the county to support your educational, training and career goals. If we can’t provide you with the exact services you need, our team knows who to call to access those services.

(Please Note: All links below go to external websites.)

SnoCo Connect Resource List

Below is a collection of SnoCo Connect's resources. They include partnered organizations and programs as well as other helpful resources.

For additional resource information, download HASCO's Guide To Resources In Snohomish County using the button below. HASCO's guide includes a list of organizations and their contact information.

(Please Note: All links below go to external websites including the HASCO Guide)


Housing Resources in Snohomish County Resources to Obtain Affordable Housing

Arc of Snohomish County provides housing support for Everett residents with developmental disabilities.

Apartment Finder website can helpassist you in finding affordable, accessible apartments in your community.

Disability Resource Connection provides housing resources, advocacy and first time homebuyer budget counseling.

Division of Developmental Disabilities DD case manager can provide information on housing options and supports.

Everett Housing Authority provides rent subsidies and public housing in Everett for persons who meet program eligibility requirements Contact to obtain a current list of subsidized and affordable housing.

Housing Authority of Snohomish County (HASCO) provides rent subsidies and public housing in Snohomish County for persons who meet program eligibility Contact to obtain a current list of subsidized and affordable housing.

Housing Hope Supports families transitioning from emergency shelter to transitional housing and on to permanent housing.



DSHS $5 dollar voucher for when obtaining a photo ID (nondrivers license)

    • Navigate to Photo Identification for Someone Who Doesn't Drive

Free Government Cell Phones available free for low-income individuals.

Internet Essentials Discounted internet service ($9.95 a month + tax) from Comcast for low-income families. No credit checks, installation fee, or contract required. 15 Mbps internet, with free in-home WiFi included.

PUD Energy Assistance programs offer up to a 60% need-based discount on your utility bills.

St Vincent De Paul – Project PRIDE provides a one-time grant to families or individuals who are income eligible and have received a notice of disconnection of service from the PUD.

  • Call (425) 374-1243

WFS-Utility Assistance Program The Utility Assistance Program can pay back-due utilities, accrued after March 13, 2020, for eligible households. Workforce Snohomish has staff available to assist with the application process.

Essential Education

Graduation Alliance - Alternative Education programs are turn-key solutions that deliver comprehensive student support and real-time visibility of student progress, provide resources, support and flexibility needed to reach their educational goals and prepare for what’s next.

Washington State Department of Social and Health Services - Division of Vocational Rehabilitation

  • 840 N Broadway Suite 500, Everett, WA 98201
  • Cell: (425) 359-3094
  • Office: (425) 339-4880
  • Fax: (425) 339-1818
  • Email:
  • Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

LETI Vocational School

Learning Resources Sno-isle Libraries

Vocational Rehabilitation / WorkSource - Everett Office

  • Contact Andrew Le by calling (425) 258-6382.  

Drivers Ed, Car Insurance, Clothing and more

Resources for Felon

CNA Training Programs

Click here to download a PDF containing a list of telephone Hotlines for Youth in Washington.