Helping America's Most Vulnerableā„¢

PREVIEW SERVICE CENTERS

"When people need services, they need them right away. Coordination is key, and Volunteers of America Western Washington is providing a valuable resource that will go far in strengthening our families and our communities."

John Lovick, Snohomish County Executive

Overview

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Our Partners

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    pledged to VOAWW Service Centers.

  • 48%

    of seniors are economically vulnerable.

  • 38%

    of students in Snohomish County are eligible for free/reduced lunch.

  • 1 in 7

    families will use a food bank.

  • 250

    families prevented from becoming homeless each year.

  • 7,800

    responses to mental health care crisis calls each month.

  • 10,000

    people served each month at VOAWW food banks.

  • Over 50%

    of VOAWW food bank clients are seniors and children.

  • 100

    homeless families supported to permanent housing each year.

  • 90

    active parenting plan mediations provided each month.

  • 127

    students receiving free preschool education each month.