History

Since 1996, the Everett Family Support Center has been working within the community to empower and strengthen every individual and family to be successful.

The program started with the initial purpose of providing basic needs access to low-income families and children in the greater south Everett Area.

Currently, the Everett Family Support Center is focusing on providing a variety of resources and services including help with applying for DSHS food stamps, document translation, notary services, ELL classes, writing resumes, support groups, and free community events.

The Everett Family Support Center is a part of a larger initiative by Lutheran Community Services Northwest (LCSNW) with roots in the Family Support Movement of the mid-1970s. This movement sought to build strong communities, fill gaps in programs, services and support and ensure under served communities and populations have access to those services.