The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has authorized a new Emergency Broadband Benefit. This benefit will provide a discount of $50 per month for eligible low-income households or $75 per month for households on Tribal lands to cover internet bills, as well as provide discounts on some devices. This program can also be combined with Lifeline benefits. The FCC has developed a consumer FAQ, which provides information about eligibility and program details. Enrollment is expected to start by the end of April.

We have compiled a list of local and national resources below. This list is for your convenience. The Snohomish Senior Center does not necessarily endorse these organizations. 

Addiction Resources       800-395-8279
Adult Protective Services        360-725-2300
Alzheimer's Association       800-272-3900
Care Crisis Line-Snohomish County       800-584-3578
Caregiver Programs       425-513-1900
COVID Listen Line (Dementia Caregivers)       206-529-3890
Dial A Ride (DART)       425-347-5912
Eldercare Locator       800-677-1116
Homage Senior Services       425-355-1112
Housing Authority of Snohomish County HASCO       425-290-8499
Make The Connection (Veteran Support)       
Med Shed-Medical Equipment       425-238-8482
Medicare       800-633-4227
North Sound Washington Listens       833-681-0211
SHIBA (Statewide Health Insurance Benefits Advisors)       800-562-6900
Snohomish Cold Weather Shelter       360-568-9476
Snohomish Community Food Bank       360-568-7993
Snohomish Council on Aging       425-388-7393
Snohomish County Family Caregiver Resource Program       800-422-2024
Social Security       800-772-1213
Washington Information Network       211
Washington State Basic Food Program       877-501-2233
Washington State Department of Health      800-525-0127