Over the years, Volunteers of America Western Washington has established itself as "The Place to Turn" for our community's most vulnerable individuals. In fact, we are so effective that community leaders have sought out our organization for years to help address the region’s most critical human service issues.
We operate around the belief that individuals want to be self-sufficient and personally responsible. Our programs and services focus on meeting basic needs and promoting self-sufficiency by giving the families, children, seniors, and disabled adults we serve the tools and resources needed to be healthy and successful.
Volunteers of America Western Washington continues to seek opportunities to build community capacity for human service resources by consistently opening its doors, its resources and its pocketbook to fill local, unmet needs.
We develop new or expand already operating Service Centers to provide one-stop shops with the following services:
- Hunger Prevention Services
- Homeless Services
- Dispute Resolution Services
- Child & Youth Services
- Personal Support Services
- Behavioral Health Services
- Volunteer Engagement
You can access our services in Snohomish, King, Skagit, Island, San Juan, and Whatcom Counties. A full list of our locations and services can be found HERE.