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Starting in 2020 the City of Edmonds created a Human Services program and hired a Human Services Program Manager. This program is intended to serve Edmonds residents in need of assistance, guidance, and help finding resources across a variety of issues for the wide demographic spectrum that comprises our city. Since the COVID-19 outbreak the Human Services program has had a particular focus on helping connect those individuals and families that are financially or housing-stressed with local and regional resources that can help. 

Community Resource Guides - Provides direct links and information on resources for the following groups: individuals/families/children; employees; seniors; veterans; disabled individuals; college students; homeless individuals; healthcare workers/first responders; and small business owners. 
For general information please call 211. 
For specific information and resources, topics below are hyperlinks.


Individuals, Families and Children
Employees
Seniors
Veterans
Disability Services
College Students
Housing Instability and Homelessness
Healthcare Workers/First Responders
Small Business Resources

 Housing and Supplementary Relief Grants. The City is offering $1,000 grants for individuals and households of 2 members, and $1,500 grants to households of 3 or more members to help pay for housing and household-related expenses.  Households must be located in Edmonds and have incomes less than 60% of the Snohomish County Median Income.  Details and an application form are available here.  

Senior Services.  Please visit the Senior Services webpage for a full listing of services for Edmonds' senior residents. 

Human Services Contacts

FOR INFORMATION ON LOCAL AND SNOHOMISH COUNTY RESOURCES CONTACT:
Mindy Woods, Human Services Program Manager

mindy.woods@edmondswa.gov
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25-563-8348

Patrick Doherty, Director
patrick.doherty@edmondswa.gov
425-771-0251

Megan Luttrell, Program Coordinator
megan.luttrell@edmondswa.gov
or 425-775-7724