Family Center of South Snohomish County
6330 195th St. SW Lynnwood, WA 98036 • 425-670-8984
We envision a community that is healthly, safe, and supportive for all community members.
The Family Center supports individuals and families, to promote a healthy, safe, supportive and thriving community through dedicated service and partnerships.
Each year The Family Center of South Snohomish County touches the lives of more than 3000 persons in our community. Our reach is only possible through the determination of our small and dedicated staff, our community partners, and volunteers. Our services are intended for persons across the age span.
We welcome your interest, whether it is for inclusion in a program, volunteering or seeking out more information about us and what we're doing. Our doors are open between 10:00 AM and 3:00 PM, Mondays through Thursdays.
If you are interested in becoming involved, or would like more information, please contact:
Program Manager, 425-670-8984 EXT. 17
Family Caregiver Coordinator, 425-670-8984 EXT. 22
Kinship Caregiver Coordinator, 425-670-8984 EXT. 12
For the Kids' Sake Seminar, 425-977-4767
Classes, Groups & Activities
Asperger Parent Support Group
Meets from 7 – 8:30 p.m. 1st and 3rd Monday each month, at the Center. Resources, speakers, education and peer to peer support for those with a child living with Asperger’s. Sponsored by The Family Center. Free. 425-670-8984x22.
2012 Back to School Health and Resource Fair
Planning is underway for the August 2012 event which will provide backpacks, school supplies and health services to needy students in the Edmonds School District. Call to learn how to volunteer or donate! 425.670.8984 x22.
Edmonds Senior Center Caregiver Consultation
Available 1:00 –2:30 on the 4th Tuesday of the month at Edmonds Senior Center, 220 Railroad Avenue, Edmonds. Resources for those caring for a loved one at home with a chronic illness. Walk-ins welcome. Free. 425-670-8984x22.
Edmonds Community College Staff and Student Caregiver Support Group
Meets 2nd/4th Wednesday at noon at the EdCC campus. Resources, support and education for those caring for a loved one with a chronic illness. Call for more information. Free. 425-670-8984x22.
Edmonds Caregiver Support Group
Meets every other (call for schedule) Thursday 9:30- 10:30am at the Pancake Haus (530 5th Avenue South, Edmonds). Resources, speakers, support and education for those caring for a loved one at home with a chronic illness. Walk-ins welcome. Free. 425-670-8984x22.
Family Center Caregiver Support Group
Women caregivers meet everyThursday 1:30 -3:00; 6330 195th St., SW, Lynnwood. Resources, speakers, support and education for those caring for a loved one at home with a chronic illness. Walk-ins welcome. Free. 425-670-8984x22. Please take a moment to watch this short video by our partners at Aging Washington on the importance of services for Family Caregivers!
For The Kids Sake
The purpose of this seminar is to help parents understand how children are affected by parental conflict. Facilitators have extensive education and experience helping children and families with difficulties related to separation and divorce. By order of Snohomish County Superior Court Local Rule, seminar attendance is mandatory for all parents involved in divorce, custody or paternity proceedings. To register call 425-977-4767. More Info
Family 2 Family
A consortium of community representatives, organizations and Children’s Administration, provide resources to develop a sense of community and improve child welfare relations within high-needs south Snohomish communities. 425 670-8984x17.
Kinship Caregiver Services
Access to resources and support for kinship families (grandparents and other relatives raising children) throughout Snohomish County. Contact 425 670-8984 x 12.
Kinship Caregiver Support Group
7:00 - 8:30pm. 4th Mondays, at The Family Center, 6330 195th St. SW, Lynnwood. For grandparents and other relatives raising children. Resources, speakers, education and peer to peer support. Free. Childcare provided with pre-registration. Groups offered throughout the county. Call for locations and times. 425-670-8984x12.
Latina Women’s Group
Spanish speaking mothers and their young children attend a monthly group to learn about early childhood development and other health concerns. Meets the first Friday of each month. Free. Sponsored by the Family Center. For more information 425 225-5032.
Path to College Success
A College Spark funded program, in partnership with Academic Link Outreach, to support 40 Alderwood Middle School Students and their families to make college an achievable goal.
Snohomish County Community Accountability Board
Last Wednesday of each month at the Family Center. Diversion services for minor and first time youth offenders to take responsibility for their actions. Involves local citizens in the process. For more information call 425 670-8984 x 17.
East County Caregiver Services
Caregiver support groups and consultations serving East Snohomish County (Monroe, Snohomish, Lake Stevens). Call 425.670.8984 x 22 for more information. Support groups in Snohomish (every Tuesday 9:00-10:30am) and Lake Stevens (1st and 3rd Tuesdays 1:00-2:30pm).