Helping America's Most Vulnerableā„¢
  • Snohomish County Stuff A Bus

    Help stuff-a-bus for families in need during the holidays. VOAWW partners with Everett Transit and Community Transit to fill an entire bus full of toys and food for the holidays, and we can't do it without your help!

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  • Join our Volunteer Engagement Team!

    Have fun and be a part of the VOAWW movement by volunteering today.

    Volunteer Today
  • Auto Donation

    Support VOAWW by donating a vehicle to Car4VOA.org

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  • Child and Youth Services

    Maximizing the potential in ALL children.

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  • Behavioral Health Services

    We offer emotional support & referral assistance.

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  • Dispute Resolution Services

    An alternative justice center with extensive experience as a mediation and training program.

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  • Personal Support Services

    Connecting people with developmental disabilities to living situations that foster independence.

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  • Hunger Prevention Services

    We believe no one should go hungry. You can help feed those in need!

    Our Food Banks
  • Homeless Services

    We believe in a community in which families, children, and seniors have a safe and affordable roof over their heads.

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  • Volunteer

    You can change a life by lending a hand.

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  • Red Barn Community Farm

    Feeding Today, Seeding Tomorrow

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In Crisis? Call 1-800-584-3578. Need Information? Call 2-1-1 or 1-800-223-8145. For Crisis Chat, click the button.

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Featured Highlights & Upcoming Events

  • Donate Your Car

    Donate your vehicle, this helps fund many of the programs that Volunteers of America has established to support local communities through out Western Washington. If you have an old vehicle that you just can't figure out what to do with, donate it!

    Donate Now
  • New Online Access to Mental Health Form

    We are very happy to announce that current Apple Health recipients can now start the process of accessing community mental health services online! Instead of calling Access to Mental Health you now have the option of completing an online form to start the process. You can fill out the form anytime, 24/7. Click below and follow the instructions on the form

    Click here to complete online form
  • VOAWW Neighborhood Service Center

    Volunteers of America Western Washington announced its partnership with Trinity Lutheran Church and the Boys and Girls Clubs of Snohomish County on a brand new Neighborhood Service Center plan located on the Trinity Lutheran Church grounds at 196th St SW and Hwy99. To learn more about this amazing new project and how you can be more involved with VOAWW, please click below.

    New Announcements: Neighborhood Service Center
  • 350,000

    People served each year.

  • 10,000

    People served each month at VOAWW food banks.

  • 625

    Volunteers supporting our programs each month.

  • 216

    Evictions prevented each month.

  • 64%

    of Crisis Care Chats are made by children under the age of 18.