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Empower Youth Network
The Snoqualmie Valley Community Network invites you to join our mission of building collaboration to inspire action that leads to a caring, resilient Snoqualmie Valley community. Our Vision is a Snoqualmie Valley where all residents thrive.
Encompass began in 1966 by a group of parents, seeking a school and a ‘place to belong’ for children in the community with special needs. Today, Encompass provides education and pediatric therapy programs to typically-developing children and those with delays and/or disabilities.
Helping Hands Ministry
Helping Hands Ministry provides support and emergency relief to Snoqualmie Valley residents. HHM provides assistance needs arise for those who find themselves in a situation where a helping hand can significantly impact their lives. Services include emergency food assistance, help with gas, rent, and utilities, as well as a weekend backpack program that provides meals to children who might go without.
Mt. Si Food Bank
Mt Si Food Bank provides food and related services to individuals and families in need at 1550 Boalch Ave NW in North Bend.
Mt. Si Senior Center
Mt. Si Senior Center enhances the quality of life for older adults in the Snoqualmie Valley by providing a comprehensive network of services including health and wellness checks, fitness classes, information and assistance, social and recreational opportunities, educational programs, volunteerism, housing, and transportation.
Safe Place is a program that quickly connects youth in crisis to help and resources through a network of locations designated as “Safe Places.” Local Safe Place locations where teens can come to for safety and assistance include Snoqualmie City Hall, schools in the Snoqualmie Valley School District, the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA, Encompass, and all Metro buses. A teen in crisis can also call 800-422-TEEN to connect directly with a Safe Place Coordinator
Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank
Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank provides food and social services to residents of Fall City, Preston, North Bend and Snoqualmie. It is located at 122 East 3rd St in North Bend neighborhoods.
Snoqualmie Valley Pet Food Bank
The Snoqualmie Valley Pet Food Bank operates with a dedicated staff of animal-loving volunteers. The program is sustained by the Humane Society of Seattle/King County, the Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank, and by individual and local business donations.
Snoqualmie Valley Shelter Services
Snoqualmie Valley Shelter Services' mission is to help people reclaim their lives. We provide life-changing services to those experiencing homelessness by working with our communities to provide emergency shelter, social services, and connections to permanent housing.