We can help connect individuals and families to Basic Food Program right over the phone.
We connect people to the Washington Basic Food Education Program by providing eligible recipients applications and information on food assistance programs in all of Island, San Juan, Skagit, Snohomish, Whatcom, and Pierce Counties. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
Contact our office at (425) 259-9899 or (888) 651-8931 to learn more about eligibility and to start the application process. It is fast and easy.
Who qualifies for the Basic Food Program? April 1, 2022 – March 31, 2023
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10+ Add $787 for each additional person
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Thank you Sea Mar Community Health Centers for these nutritional tips for March and beyond!
If you're in need of food, please don't go withCitrine Healthine Health today to complete a Basic Food application or get connected to local food banks and hot meal programs at (425) 220-1489 or (425) 2#communityresourcesy#communitysupporti#basicfood##seamaro#nutrition##snohomishcountym#everettwa#everettwaIt’s never too late to start eating healthy or too early to teach children about good nutrition!
Try these daily tips that will help your family eat better: bit.ly/HealthyTipsforEatingBetter
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Looking for health and wellness tools? Watch our new interview with Jessica Burt about the wonderful tools and resources offered by Providence Institute for a Healthier Community.
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Clothes For Kids in Lynnwood is only open to student shoppers for free clothing until March 31st, so don't wait to make your appointment at the website below!
For other community resources, like Basic Food (Snap/EBT) or PUD assistance, call Citrine Health at (425) 220-1489 or (425) 299-4198.
"Clothes For Kids is still open and serving students in Snohomish County and Northshore School District who have not shopped this school year (between August 2022 and March 2023). We will be open to student shoppers Monday-Friday until March 31. We will also be open on Saturday, March 25th. Families need to schedule an appointment for each student shopper: clothesforkids.org/book-an-appointment/.
We will continue to offer pick-up wardrobes through the end of May for students who have not shopped this school year or students needing emergency clothing referred by school family support staff or human services agencies. We can choose clothing for the students and have it available for pick up at the Clothes For Kids shop within one week. Anyone can pick the clothes up on behalf of the student". To order clothing for pick-up please complete this Google form for each student: loom.ly/psFuWhE. ... See MoreSee Less
Don't miss out! There are only 4 days left to Everett Housing Authorityority's eight waiting lists for housing!! Check out the information below to see qualifications and instructions.
For more community resources, such as Basic Food, contact Citrine Health at (425) 220-1489 or (425) 2#housing
#lowincomehousingo#disabilityd#nonprofit##communitysupporti#communityresourcesy#snohomishcountym#everettwa#everettwaSelect waiting lists are now OPEN:
- 62+ for 7 senior housing properties in Everett, Lynnwood, and Lake Stevens
- 18-61 and has a disability for tenant-based vouchers ( Section 8 )
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¡Feliz Día Internacional de la Mujer! La misión de Citrine Health es crear, apoyar y mantener programas de atención médica, servicios sociales y prevención de enfermedades para mujeres y sus familias.
¡Hoy y siempre, estamos aquí para ti! Para obtener más información sobre nuestros programas, visite www.citrinehealth.org.
Póngase en contacto con nosotros para recursos de la comunidad local, como comida basica, llámenos al (425) 220-1489 o (425) 299-4198.
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Happy International Women's Day! The mission of Citrine Health is to create, support and maintain health care, social services and disease prevention programs for women and their families. Today and always, we are here for you! For more information on our programs, visit www.citrinehealth.org. To be connected to local community resources, like Basic Food, call us at (425) 220-1489 or (425) 299-4#internationalwomensdayn#communityresourcesu#communitysupportp#basicfoodc#nonprofitr#snohomishcountyo#everettwaettwa ... See MoreSee Less