The ACRC is a one-stop hub of services for people in need. From help with basic needs like food, clothing, and shelter, to assistance with other kinds of resources and programs, we make sure our neighbors are supported and cared for in their journeys toward stability.


3210 Smokey Point Dr, #103

Arlington, WA 98223

Monday - Thursday

9am-12pm & 1pm-4pm​


ACRC Services

We provide a wide range of services, such as what is listed here, but we are available to assist with needs as diverse as our community.


If you have a question about a service you need but don't see listed, please reach out to us!

  • COVID-19-specific funds and resources

  • General resources and referrals

  • Résumé building and job search help

  • Emergency food

  • Treatment program assistance

  • Paperwork and application (such as housing) assistance

  • Healthcare application assistance

  • DSHS system navigation assistance

  • Rent & utility assistance (when funding allows)

  • Emergency shelter assistance (when funding allows)

  • Clothing, shoes, diapers, wipes, and hygiene items (as donations allow)

  • Pet food (as donations allow)

The ACRC Team

Caroline Neal

As the ACRC Site Director, Caroline brings extensive experience working in family support and has provided direct assistance to hundreds of households over the course of her career. Dedicated to working with those experiencing homelessness and those in active addiction, she provides hope to those who are struggling and offers a true hand-up to a self-sufficient life.

Doris Drohin-Rodriguez

Doris has been our Bilingual Support Specialist since 2016, bridging the gap in Spanish-language services by providing bilingual support. Doris is dedicated to changing the lives of our most oppressed populations, advocating for our Hispanic population, and protecting the human rights of individuals. Doris is a wife, mother of three, and enjoys crocheting in her spare time. She loves to create beautiful pieces to share and bring a sense of happiness to the people in our community.

Marlydann Dugger

In her role as a Support Specialist, Marlydann is passionate about helping people in need from all backgrounds. She finds it especially rewarding to help individuals build self-sufficiency and gain the skills needed to build a better life. Marlydann is a mother of four who loves the outdoors and all of the beauty that the Pacific Northwest has to offer.

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Questions about the Arlington Resource Center?


Caroline Neal

Site Director