Lake Stevens Community Resource Center
The LSCRC 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.
What we do
This gives an overview of the kind of support we provide, but is not exhaustive.
Have a question about an area of need you don't see listed? Don't hesitate to reach out to us through our contact section.
- COVID-19-specific funds and resources
- General resources and referrals
- Résumé building and job search help
- Emergency food services
- Treatment program assistance
- Paperwork and application (such as housing) assistance
- Healthcare application assistance
- DSHS system navigation assistance
- PUD assistance (when funding allows)
- Rental assistance (when funding allows)
- Water/sewer assistance (when funding allows)
- Emergency shelter assistance (when funding allows)
- Clothing, shoes, diapers, wipes, and hygiene items (as donations allow)
- Pet food assistance (as donations allow)
Who we serve
It's in our name—we serve our community, and that means everyone in our community. People of all ages and family sizes, people of all genders and gender identities and sexual orientations, people of all religious or non-religious beliefs, people of all ethnic and racial backgrounds, people from all countries, people of all abilities, people with different physical and mental health needs, people who have spent time in prison, all people.
Our area of service includes Lake Stevens and surrounding communities. If you have a question regarding whether or not we are able to provide help to you depending on where you live, please reach out to us in our contact section.
Connect with us
- Mon - Thurs, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.| Appointments by phone only during Covid-19
- Located at The Lake Church: 9015 Vernon Road, Lake Stevens, WA 98258
- 425-405-2252 | Email
- Please note that due to COVID-19, the inside of our office is closed to drop-in visits.
Tina Lawson serves as a Site Director, helping people to rebuild their lives. She aims to instill self-confidence and break the cycle of generational poverty while actively supporting full inclusion. Tina has been dedicated to changing the lives of our most vulnerable populations for many years; advocating for our LGBTQ+ neighbors and promoting and protecting the human rights of individuals living with developmental and intellectual disabilities.
Executive Director of Community Resource Centers
As Executive Director of Community Resource Centers for Volunteers of America Western Washington, Lynsey is responsible for oversight of the Lake Stevens Community Resource Center, Sky Valley Integrated Service Center and the Arlington Community Resource Center. Lynsey joined VOAWW in 2018, bringing expertise in social service programming and integrating services in Snohomish County. Having the opportunity of leading “one-stop-shop” centers where families, youth and seniors can connect with multiple resources and receive assistance is a passion of hers. Lynsey is committed to finding avenues to improve outcomes for those in need, and enjoys collaborating with other agencies, government entities, volunteers and others to build strong communities