Sky Valley Integrated Service Center
701 1st St
Sultan, WA 98294
The Sky Valley Integrated Serviced Center serves as a hub for families, youth, and seniors by offering an array of programming that promotes a safe, stable, and healthy community.
Cold Weather Shelter
The Sky Valley Cold Weather Shelter operates when temperatures are expected to drop below 34º overnight.
Included on the campus is the Sky Valley Resource Center that connects families in crisis and those experiencing homelessness with available basic need resources, including other local services to support them back to stability.
Our Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program (ECEAP) serves 60 children from low-income households in providing high-quality preschool, along with home visiting and parenting support for families through the North County Early Head Start program serving families with children 2 years and younger. Family Support Specialists connect families to available resources and help support plans towards stability and self-sufficiency to break the cycle of intergenerational poverty many rural households face.
Our Sky Valley Youth Coalition (SVYC) aims to keep teens above the influence of harmful substances, free from self-harm and suicide, and resilient to bullying. The SVYC hosts a safe space for teens after school, and provides service opportunities, connections to supportive and trustworthy adult mentors, and exposure to post-secondary education and employment opportunities.
The Sky Valley Senior and Community Center also resides on the campus, and hosts an active schedule of lunches and activities every week to help seniors engage with community members and decrease isolation. Our hunger prevention efforts also include the Sky Valley Elderly Nutrition Delivery program (SEND), providing nutritionally-prepared weekly meals that are delivered to vulnerable homebound seniors.
The Sultan Food Bank is an important support for low-income families in Sky Valley, serving roughly 400 households a month. With almost 12,000 total visits in 2018, food insecurity continues to be a challenge for many in this rural community.
Free Showers Program
We provide free showers to the public on Wednesdays and Fridays from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on our campus at 617 1st St, Sultan, WA 98294. We provide soap, shampoo, and other hygiene items. Clothing is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please call 360-793-2400 for more information.
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 both the Sky Valley Integrated Service Center and the Arlington Community Resource Center’s functions to ensure effective delivery of basic needs services and community support. 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.
Resource Center Manager
Dawnelle started with Volunteers of America back in 2016 as a volunteer administrative assistant. She was hired on full time with Volunteers of America in 2018 and became Program Coordinator, where she wore many hats as food bank and senior center manager, volunteer coordinator, building manager and support specialist. Dawnelle is now the Resource Center Manager where she helps connect members of the community acquire the resources, services, financial funding and items to help them survive. If you need assistance in filing for unemployment, SSI or housing, finding resources, and much more, Dawnelle is your point of contact for the Sky Valley community.
Hannah Del Carlo
Youth Program Manager
As the Youth Program Manager, Hannah works with teens from various backgrounds to ensure they have a safe place to study, hang out, and volunteer in the community. Hannah started with the Sky Valley Youth Coalition in 2020. She enjoys connecting with youth and teaching them valuable life skills and outdoor education.
- For questions, please contact our Sky Valley office.
- Phone: 360-793-2400