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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 please click tab below:
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

Cindi Cruz, Program Coordinator
cindi.cruz@edmondswa.gov
or 425-775-7724