CURATED INFORMATION AND GENERAL RESOURCES ABOUT COVID-19
RESOURCES FOR SCHOOL-AGED KIDS
- Snoqualmie Valley School District (SVSD) website hosts considerable information on free childcare for health workers/emergency responders, food services for school-aged kids, education support, and childcare support
- Helping Hands Weekend Backpack Program offers groceries for students to take home over the weekend. They will be on-sight at the initial four school locations (CVES, FCES, OES, SES) on Fridays to distribute goods. People can also contact the Helping Hands hotline (425) 888-0096 or email email@example.com with questions or requests.
- SVSD has partnered with the YMCA and Si View Metropolitan Parks to provide childcare support for school-aged children for families who work in health care, pharmacy services, and emergency response roles.
- Macaroni Kid: Activity-based resources for families with children: https://snoqualmievalley.macaronikid.com/articles/5e6bcf2576a6307dc6af1308/local-ways-to-keep-your-family-going-during-uncertain-times-updated
- SVSD will be offering grab and go lunches to elementary school kids and delivering lunches to neighborhoods throughout the valley Monday through Friday. Check the schedule here: https://www.svsd410.org/Page/8545
- Snoqualmie Food Bank offers curbside food delivery 9:30am until 4:30pm. Patrons are asked to line up and *remain inside their vehicle*. Food Bank staff and volunteers will greet and deliver food directly to the trunk of a patron’s vehicle: https://www.snoqualmievalleyfoodbank.org
- Mount Si Food bank offers home delivery for those without vehicles for contactless pick up: https://helpsnovalley.org
- Hopelink Carnation: prepacked foo boxes available for collection: https://www.hopelink.org/location/sno-valley-food-bank-and-emergency-services
- Tolt Church: perishable items available at church door Wednesdays 3p.m.-7p.m.
- Mount Si Senior Center: Curbside and delivery meals for citizens over 60 who lack financial help and/or physical ability
- Sno-Valley Senior Center: Community Dining meals to-go or delivery (if needed) and Meals on Wheels program. For more information or to place an order for a meal, call 425-333-4152: https://snovalleysenior.org/services/food-and-dining/
WORSHIP AND FAITH-BASED ORGANIZATIONS
Online and livestream church services:
REGIONAL AND NATIONAL CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, SEXUAL ASSAULT & HUMAN TRAFFICKING RESOURCES
- National Domestic Violence Hotline - 1-800-799-7233 (Chat function available on website.)
24/7 access to support, safety planning, and resource referral for those who do not feel safe in their relationships.
- National Sexual Assault Hotline -1-800-656-4673 (Chat function available on website.)
24/7 access to support and resource referral for those who have experienced sexual violence and sexual harassment.
- Domestic Violence Programs in Washington State - find a program near you to get assistance if you, or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence.
- King County Sexual Assault Resource Center - 1-888-998-6423
24/7 access to support and resource referral for those who have experienced sexual violence and sexual harassment. The Center also offers one-on-one and group services for sexual assault survivors.