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Carnegie Resource Center

In partnership with Pioneer Human Services, Snohomish County Human Services Department opened the Carnegie Resource Center (CRC) in Everett. The CRC operates as a service hub for individuals across Snohomish County, providing them with the opportunity to become connected to a wide range of community services, including housing, mental health, and substance use treatment. Agencies with proficiency in these areas are onsite offering appointments to complete applications and assessments, pass on important information about services, and give members of our community a place to enrich themselves and their families.

Snohomish County wishes to fully engage the community we serve and assist in finding and engaging in supportive services for those in need. The Carnegie Resource Center will be a beacon of hope for our community and a model for agency and governmental partnership.

Carnegie Resource Center
3001 Oakes Ave, Everett

Low Income and Homeless Resource Guide

Housing Authority of Snohomish County (HASCO) has several programs that provide both housing and/or supportive services to assist homeless households. Learn more about these programs and see a list of emergency shelters on HASCO's website.

Cold Weather Shelters in Snohomish County

Multiple locations in Snohomish County provide overnight shelters during dangerously cold weather. Cold weather season generally starts in November and can last through March. The shelters usually open when temperatures are expected to be below freezing (under 32 degrees F) overnight. However, seasons can vary in length and intensity. Cold weather shelters also may vary in hours, days or location.

Visit the Snohomish Health District website for current shelter openings and closures.

North Sound 2-1-1

North Sound 211 is the most comprehensive source of programs and services in our region. Rent assistance, job training, food, shelter, and support groups—these are just some of the hundreds of social services and health and wellness programs that 211 can help you access. Their Information and Referral Specialists are here for you, Monday through Friday,  8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Dial 2-1-1 on your phone, or visit the 2-1-1 website.