Connections for Positive Change

About Us

Citrine Health was formed in 1996 by a small group of social and healthcare professionals under the name Positive Women’s Network. These individuals understood and realized the need for an organization that could provide specialized services for women living with life-challenging illness. Over the years the organization has grown to support a broader range of clients by offering direct care and connections to other health and human services.

Today the committed staff and volunteers of Citrine Health serve thousands of women and their families throughout the Greater Puget Sound region including Island, King, San Juan, Skagit, Snohomish, Whatcom Counties, and beyond.

Our Mission

We connect women and their families to services and resources for health and wellness.

Our Values

Integrity Uncompromising adherence to honesty, ethics, strength and unity.
Research-based Basing decisions on results of verifiable studies.
Inclusive Acknowledging, respecting, and valuing each individual’s history, culture and perspective.
Responsive Being attentive, and reacting quickly and positively to individual and community needs.
Resourceful Surpassing expectations in providing and locating resources for individual & community needs.
Friendliness Welcoming, helpful and genuine in every interaction
Innovative Embracing and implementing new creative ideas and processes to meet the dynamic needs of the individual and community

Board of Directors

Citrine Health has board openings. An ideal candidate lives in Snohomish County and understands women’s issues in relation to health and human services from either a provider or a client perspective. For more information concerning the board, contact our Executive Director at 425-259-9899.

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Citrine Health is a community based, non-profit 501(c)3 agency based in Snohomish County, WA.
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Wow! The Snohomish Kids Cafe is already open for the summer! Children ages 1-18 can receive a free breakfast and lunch each open day at any of the available sites. For more info, visit www.sno.wednet.edu/kidscafe.

Need food assistance for those over 18? Call Citrine Health to apply for the Basic Food program (EBT/SNAP) at (425) 259-9899.

#foodresources #freefood #communityresources #communitysupport #basicfood #snohomishcounty #snohomishwa #nonprofitKids' Café starts today!

All area children aged 18 and younger are invited to join the Snohomish School District for its Kids' Café summer breakfast and lunch program. The program is free, and there is no pre-registration or sign-up. Any area child is encouraged to participate and enjoy a healthy breakfast and/or lunch.

Kids' Café will be held Mondays through Fridays and runs from Thursday, June 20, through Friday, August 30. (There is no service on Thursday, July 4.) Meals will be offered at the following times and locations:

• Valley View Middle School (14308 Broadway Avenue SE in Snohomish) - Breakfast - 8:30-9 a.m. and lunch – Noon -12:30 p.m.

• Three Rivers Mobile Home Park (13201 Elliott Road in Snohomish) - Lunch - 11-11:15 a.m.

• Circle H Mobile Home Park (6413 123rd Avenue SE in Snohomish) - Lunch - 11:45 a.m.-noon

• Snohomish Library (311 Maple Avenue in Snohomish) - Breakfast - 8:30-9 a.m. and lunch – 12:15-1 p.m.

About the program:
• Children will need to consume all meals on site. Children cannot take food away from the service site.
• Children must be present to get a meal. Children will not be permitted to take food for siblings at home.
• Children may only receive a single breakfast and lunch per child, per day.
• Parent/guardian pick up of meals is not allowed.
• Mealtimes (breakfast and lunch) are stand alone, and meals can only be served at the predetermined times. Breakfast and lunch cannot be served together.
• The Snohomish School District’s food service provider is Chartwells Food Service/Compass Group.

Learn more about the Snohomish School District Kids’ Café summer breakfast and lunch program at www.sno.wednet.edu/kidscafe.
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Wow! The Snohomish Kids Cafe is already open for the summer! Children ages 1-18 can receive a free breakfast and lunch each open day at any of the available sites. For more info, visit www.sno.wednet.edu/kidscafe.

Need food assistance for those over 18? Call Citrine Health to apply for the Basic Food program (EBT/SNAP) at (425) 259-9899.

#foodresources #freefood #communityresources #communitysupport #basicfood #snohomishcounty #snohomishwa #nonprofit

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Citrine Health will be closed today in honor of Juneteenth.

Do you need low-income housing? The Housing Choice Voucher Lottery is now open until June 11th for eligible applicants for a chance to join the Housing Authority of Snohomish County waitlist. For more information, visit hasco.org/applicants/info-on-eligibility/.

For other resources, such as applying for Basic Food, call Citrine Health at (425) 259-9899.

#communityresources #housing #lowincomehousing #snohomishcounty #basicfoodTODAY’S THE DAY! Visit hasco.org/hasco-to-open-section-8-housing-choice-voucher-wait-list-lottery/ for more information.

The Housing Choice Voucher Lottery will be open for eligible applications beginning on Tuesday, June 11th, 2024 at 10:00 AM PST until Thursday, June 20th, 2024 at 3:00 PM PST. Eligible applications will be within the income limits required for housing assistance and at least one adult (age 18 or older) must live in the household. All eligible applications submitted between the dates and times noted above will be accepted into the lottery (limited to one application per household).

From the eligible applications received, HASCO will randomly select 500 qualified applicants to be placed on the wait list to receive a Housing Choice Voucher. Applications for this opening are available online only.

To apply for this opening or to determine if you and your household are income eligible, please visit www.hasco.org/applicants/info-on-eligibility.

Applying does not guarantee that you will be selected or given a housing voucher. Applicants will be required to have a valid, working email address. If you have additional questions or need assistance completing an application, please contact the HASCO main office at 425-290-8499 and say “wait list”.
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Do you need low-income housing? The Housing Choice Voucher Lottery is now open until June 11th for eligible applicants for a chance to join the Housing Authority of Snohomish County waitlist. For more information, visit https://hasco.org/applicants/info-on-eligibility/.

For other resources, such as applying for Basic Food, call Citrine Health at (425) 259-9899.

#communityresources #housing #lowincomehousing #snohomishcounty #basicfood
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