Sky Valley

Integrated Service Center

701 1st St

Sultan WA 98294

(360) 793-2400

The SVISC is a one-stop campus for communities in East Snohomish County and includes services for people of all generations. Find a program below to learn more about services and staff that are here to lend a helping hand.

Sky Valley Community
Resource Center
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Included on the campus is the Sky Valley Community 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.

Open Monday - Thursday, 9am - 4pm

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Sky Valley
Youth Coalition
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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 food, service opportunities, connections to supportive and trustworthy adult mentors, and exposure to post-secondary education and employment opportunities. 

Hannah Del Carlo

Youth Program Manager
(360) 793-2400 | ext 14010 

hdelcarlo@voaww.org

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Senior and
Community Center
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Temporarily Closed due to COVID-19. Please check back for updates.

The Sky Valley Senior and Community Center 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.

Home School
Sky Valley ECEAP

We provide high-quality preschool to 60 children from low-income households, along with home visiting and parenting support for families serving families with children age 2 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.

Miranda Yocom

Program Director

(425) 212-2941

​myocom@voaww.org

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Free Showers Program

Showers are available to the public twice per week at no cost.

Mondays

10am-2pm

(last entry at 1:30pm)

Wednesdays

12pm-5pm

(last entry at 4:30pm)

We provide soap, shampoo, and other hygiene items. Clothing is available on a first-come, first-served basis as donations allow.

Questions?

Call 360-793-2400

Question about the Sky Valley Campus?

Contact

Lynsey Gagnon

Executive Director, Community Resource Centers

360.793.2400 ext 14008

lgagnon@voaww.org