Community resources

Affordable Housing and Shelter - for a full list of housing resources, click here

 

Anacortes Family Center - Launch Apartments
2702 Commercial Avenue
(360) 293-2993; Speak to Seriah at ext. 109
Low-income housing for households making under 60% of Area Median Income.
For the Application, Click Here

Anacortes Housing Authority
719 Q Avenue, Anacortes
(360) 293-7831
Subsidized housing programs for low-income households.
For the Application Click Here

Anacortes Manor
1110 24th Street, Anacortes
(360) 293-7755
Monday thru Friday 10-2pm

Bayside Apartments
1106 24th Street, Anacortes
(360) 293-7748
Monday-Friday 8am to Noon

For the Application, Click Here

Bayview Apartments

800 block 29th Street, Anacortes

(360) 293-7831

See Anacortes Housing Authority for the Application

Habitat for Humanity

1022 Riverside Drive, Mount Vernon

(360) 428-9402

Home-ownership for low-income families.

For the Application, Click Here 

Heatherwood Apartments
2102 Commercial Ave. #16, Anacortes
(360) 293-1336

For low-income seniors or people with disabilites

Harborview Apartments
1110 27th Ct., Anacortes
(360) 299-0916

For the Application, Click Here

Home Trust of Skagit

(360) 899-5943

Helps secure affordable housing for low-income people

Laventure Apartments

422 N. Laventure Road, Mount Vernon

360-424-4622

For the Application, Click Here

Murdock Court Apartments

123 N Murdock St, Sedro Wooley

360-856-4944

For the Application, Click Here

Sedro Wooley Housing Authority

830 Township Street, Sedro Wooley

360-855-0404

For the Application, Click Here

Skagit County Housing Authority

1650 Port Drive, Burlington 

360-428-1959

For the Application, Click Here

Silverwood Apartments
1103 29th Ste M, Anacortes
(360) 293-1336

Wilson Hotel

806 Commercial Ave, Anacortes

(360) 293-7831
See Anacortes Housing Authority for the Application

Community Action of Skagit County
330 Pacific Place, Mount Vernon
(360) 416-7585
Monday-Friday, 9-5p

Provides emergency shelter for families, transitional housing, rapid rehousing, case management and energy assistance

Domestic Violence Sexual Assault Services - Skagit

Administrative Office: 1521 Leigh Way, Mount Vernon

(360) 336-9591

(888)336-9591 (24-hour Line)

Domestic Violence Sexual Assault - Whidbey Island (CADA)

(360) 675-2232 (24-Hour Line)

Family Promise of Skagit County

PO Box 335, Sedro Wooley

(360) 854-0743

Provides emergency shelter in rotating churches to families in need of shelter

 

Friendship House
922 South 3rd Street, Mount Vernon
For the Men's Shelter: (360) 336-2135

For the Women's Shelter: (360)336-2418
Provides emergency shelter and transitional housing

 

The Haven - Oak Harbor

(360) 900-3077

Open 7PM to 7AM Daily

Check-in between 5:45-6:15PM at Grace by the Sea
540 SE Pioneer Way, Oak Harbor

Provides shelter to single adults and children with parents

Northwest Youth Services - Skagit
2021 E College Way #216, Mount Vernon
(360) 336-1988
Provides housing support for individuals 13-24.

Oasis Teen Shelter - Skagit County
124 N. 5th Street, Mount Vernon

(360) 419-9058
Serving youth aged 13-17 needing safe shelter and services

 

Clothing

 

Soroptomist Thrift Store
1107 3rd Street, Anacortes

(360) 293-7251
Tuesday 1:30 - 8 pm; Friday 12 - 8 pm
Vouchers to Soroptomist available through AFC


Red Door Thrift Shop
1019 7th Street, Anacortes
(360) 293-8027
10 - 3 pm, except Sunday

Friendship House Clothing Bank
1008 S. Third Street, Mount Vernon
(360) 336-2418
Thursdays 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Donated clothing and household items

 

Goodwill - Mount Vernon
242 E. College Way, Mount Vernon

(360) 848-0646

First Baptist Clothes Closet

2717 J Avenue, Anacortes

(360) 293-5300

Thursday from 4PM-6:30PM

New Life Clothing Closet

123 Evergreen St., Mount Vernon

Monday from 1PM-3PM; Sunday after Church

SeaMar Homeless Support
2500 East College Way, Mount Vernon
(360) 424-5710
Provides limited assistance with basic needs such 
as food & clothing. May have showers and bus vouchers. 

 

St. Vincent De Paul Assistance Line
(877) 833-7285
Referral line for assistance with food, gas, clothes, utilities and
 other basic needs.

Children and youth services

 

Access to Baby & Child Dentistry
(360) 419-3320

Anacortes Community Arts
619 Commercial Ave, #14, Anacortes
(360) 293-8090

 

ARGUS Christmas and Children's Fund
(360) 419-3420
Fund to help children in Skagit County with basic needs

Boys and Girls Clubs of Skagit County -
Anacortes

904 6th Street, Anacortes
(360) 419-3723 x11

Boys and Girls Clubs of Skagit County -

Sedro-Woolley

201 North Township, Sedro-Woolley
(360) 272-4553

 

Brigid Collins
1500 E Broadway , Mount Vernon
(360) 428-6622
Promotes healing for children who have been abused

Catholic Community Services NW
160 Cascade Place, Suite 201, Burlington
(360) 856-3054
Parent education, group counseling, children's workshop,
kinship care support program

Child Care Resources and Referral
(800) 446-1114
Referrals 
to child care centers and homes.Training and 
networking for childcare professionals.

 

Child Protective Services
900 East College Way, Suite 200, Mount Vernon
360-416-7200

Children and Family Services Division (DSHS)
900 East College Way, Suite 200, Mount Vernon
(800) 785-5582

Children of the Valley
1318 S 18th Street, Mount Vernon
(360) 982-2399
A safe after school environment for children most in need. S
tudents must qualify for free lunch through their elementary school.

Children's Services
1005 3rd St, Mount Vernon
(360) 419-3500


Volunteers of America
1932 East College Way , Mount Vernon
(800) 503-0011
Supporting quality childcare through STARs classes,
onsite consultation, mentoring, newsletters and a large resource center

Free Summer Meals for Kids & Teens
Free summer meals at participating locations for children up 
to age 18. Click web link for list of current sites in Skagit County.

Homeless Childcare
330 Pacific Place, Mount Vernon
(360) 416-7585
Free or low-cost child care for homeless families with
children. Families can have income up to 200% of federal poverty level.

Inspire Development Center - Burlington
20237 Lafayette Road, Burlington
(360) 707-2837
Offers migrant seasonal Head Start and Early Childhood 
Assistance Program (ECEAP)

Inspire Development Centers - Mount Vernon
2011 N. La Venture, Mount Vernon
(360) 428-3993
Offers migrant seasonal Head Start, early Head Start and 
Early Childhood Education & Assistance Programs (ECEAP)

Kinship Care Program

Catholic Community Services - Mount Vernon

(360) 856-3054

Financial support and respite for relatives raising kin

Oasis Teen Shelter
125 North Fifth Street, Mount Vernon
(360) 419-9058
The YMCA Oasis Teen Shelter is a licensed shelter that 
provides six beds for teens age 13-17 a place to stay overnight for up to 21 days

Parent Child Assistance Program (PCAP)
(360) 428-7835
Home visitation intervention program that works with women 
who abuse alcohol or drugs during pregnancy.

Parent Help 123
1-800-322-2588
Find resources in your community like low-cost medical and
dental clinics, WIC clinics, food banks and birth control services. Also apply for benefits.

Parent to Parent Program
320 Pacific Place, Mount Vernon
(304) 584-3272
Support for parents of children with special needs. 
Provides emotional support, parent support meetings, trainings, educational workshops, lending library.

 

Thriving Heart
617 W Division Street , Mount Vernon
(360) 428-4777
Monday-Thursday, 9-3pm
Support and education for pregnant women and mothers.
Includes life skills classes and clothing boutique.
 

Women, Infants and Children (WIC) - Anacortes
Island Hospital Prenatal Care Center
1020 26th Street, Anacortes
(360) 416-7595
Provides food and nutrition education to low-income pregnant women, breastfeeding women, babies and small children up to age 5.

Women, Infants and Children (WIC)
Community Action of Skagit County
330 Pacific Place, Mount Vernon
(360) 416-7595
Provides food and nutrition education to low-income pregnant
women, breastfeeding women, babies and small children up to age 5.

Women, Infants and Children (WIC) - Concrete
45770 Main St., Concrete
(360) 336-9392
Provides food and nutrition education to low-income pregnant
women, breastfeeding women, babies and small children up to age 5.

Women, Infants and Children (WIC) - Health Dept
Skagit County Health Department

700 S. 2nd, Room 301, Mount Vernon
(360) 336-9392
Provides food and nutrition education to low-income pregnant
women, breastfeeding women, babies and small children up to age 5.

Women, Infants and Children (WIC) - Sedro-Woolley
United General

2241 Hospital Dr., Sedro-Woolley
(360) 854-0435
Provides food and nutrition education to low-income pregnant 
women, breastfeeding women, babies and small children up to age 5.

Youthnet
227 North 4th Street, Mount Vernon
360-336-1610
Serving at risk youth and their families in Skagit, Whatcom,
Snohomish, San Juan & Island Counties

Food services

 

Anacortes 100 Food Bank
512 4th Street, Anacortes
(360) 293-6445
Tuesday & Friday 10 am - 2 pm

 

Anacortes First Baptist Church
2717 J Ave, Anacortes
(360) 293-5300
Dinners starting October 4th, Thursdays, 5:30 - 7 pm

 

Anacortes Senior Center
1701 22nd Street, Anacortes
(360) 293-7473

 

Dinner at the Brick
Westminster Presbyterian Church

1300 Ninth Street, Anacortes
(360) 293-3880
Dinners on Sunday from 4:30 - 5 pm

Spaghetti Dinner
United Methodist Church

2201 H Avenue, Anacortes
(360) 293-0604
Every 3rd Thursday, from 5 - 7 pm

Salvation Army Food Bank
3001 R Drive, #100, Anacortes
(360) 293-6682
Mon and Wed 1 - 3:45 pm

St. Vincent DePaul Food Bank
4001 St. Mary's Drive, Anacortes
(360) 293-9821
Fridays, 10 - 11 am

Women, Infants and Children (WIC) - Anacortes
Island Prenatal Care Center

1020 26th Street, Anacortes
(360) 416-7595
Provides food and nutrition education to low-income pregnant 
women, breastfeeding women, babies and small children up to age 5

Basic Food or 'SNAP'
Department of Social & Health Services
900 East College Way, Mount Vernon
1-877-501-2233
Monday - Friday 8 am - 2 pm
Provides benefits for low-income people to buy groceries

Basic Food Outreach
330 Pacific Place, Mount Vernon
(360) 416-7585
Monday - Friday, 9 am - 5 pm.
Provides one on one assistance with application or eligibility
review for food stamps or SNAP. Applicants can be pre-screened for eligibility.

Burlington Senior Center
1011 Greenleaf Avenue, Burlington
(360) 755-0102

Community Action of Skagit County
330 Pacific Place, Mount Vernon
(360) 416-7585
Monday - Friday, 9 - 5 pm
Provides assistance to low-income families in crisis i
ntervention, food & nutrition, healthcare, education & literacy, and volunteerism.

Concrete Food Bank
45942 Main Street, Concrete
(360) 853-8505
April to September: 2nd & 4th Thursdays, 12 - 3 pm
October to March: 2nd, 3rd and 4th Thursdays 12 - 3 pm

Critical Needs Program
Community Action of Skagit County

330 Pacific Place, Mount Vernon
(360) 416-7585
Monday - Friday, 8:30 am - 4 pm
Vouchers for food, gas, clothing, transportation

Department of Social and Health Services
900 East College Way, Suite 100, Mount Vernon
1-877-501-2233
Monday thru Friday, 8 am to 2 pm
Provides assistance in many categories including cash, 
medical, food, disabilities, in-home care and vocational rehab.

Free Summer Meals for Kids & Teens
Free summer meals at participating locations for children up 
to age 18. Click web link for list of current sites in Skagit County.

Friendship House - Community Kitchen
1008 S 3rd St, Mount Vernon
(360) 336-2135
Monday to Sunday: 5:30 - 6:30 pm.
Sack Lunches: Served Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday from 11:30AM to 12:00PM across from Carpet One and just East of Mr. T's Restaurant. On Tuesday and Friday lunches are served by another organization at Lion's Park from 12PM to 2PM. 

Helping Hands Food Bank
665 Cook Rd, Sedro-Woolley
(360) 856-2211
Wednesdays 10 - 11:45 am & 12:30 - 4 pm

Love, INC.
360-419-7061
9 am - 3 pm
Helps with basic needs such as food & household items

Meals on Wheels - Skagit
(360) 419-3420
Home-delivered meals for home-bound people over 60

 

Mobile Food Express
360-416-7585
The Mobile Food Express delivers groceries from the food
bank to homebound seniors and disabled persons. The service helps those who have no way to access the food bank.

Mount Vernon Senior Center
1401 Cleveland Avenue, Mount Vernon
360-336-5757

 

Neighbors In Need
1615 South 2nd Street, Mount Vernon
(360) 420-0558
Tuesdays 1 pm - 6 pm

Parent Help 123
(800) 322-2588
Find resources in your community like low cost medical and 
dental clinics, WIC clinics, food banks and birth control services. Also apply for benefits.
 

SeaMar Homeless Support
2500 East College Way, Mount Vernon
360-424-5710
Provides limited assistance with basic needs such as 
food & clothing

Skagit County Public Health
700 South 2nd St
Administration Building, Room 301, Mount Vernon
(360) 336-9380
Flu shots, teen clinic, STD clinic, HIV/AIDS testing, 
tuberculosis clinic, food handlers permits, birth certificates, WIC,First Steps, baby and child dentistry

Skagit Gleaners
1021 Riverside Drive, Mount Vernon
(360) 848-1045

 

Spin Cafe

658 SE Bayshore Drive, Oak Harbor

Provides Sack meals and laundry services

Sack Meals are available Monday-Saturday, 12:15pm at Flintstone Park.

Sunday Food Ministry
Christ The King Church
2111 Riverside Dr , Mount Vernon
(360) 848-5116
Hot Breakfast on Sundays 9-10 am

Tri-Parish Food Bank
935 Peterson Road, Burlington
(360) 757-0128
September to May: Saturday 1 - 3 pm
June to September: Wednesdays 2 - 6 pm

Women, Infants and Children (WIC)
Community Action of Skagit County

330 Pacific Place, Mount Vernon
(360) 416-7595
Provides food and nutrition education to low-income pregnant 
women, breastfeeding women, babies and small children up to age 5

Women, Infants and Children (WIC) - Concrete
45770 Main St., Concrete
(360) 336-9392
Provides food and nutrition education to low-income pregnant 
women, breastfeeding women, babies and small children up to age 5.

Women, Infants and Children (WIC)
Skagit County Health Department

700 S. 2nd, Room 301, Mount Vernon
(360) 336-9392
Provides food and nutrition education to low-income pregnant 
women, breastfeeding women, babies and small children up to age 5

Women, Infants and Children (WIC) - Sedro-Woolley
United General

2241 Hospital Dr., Sedro-Woolley
(360) 856-7318
Provides food and nutrition education to low-income pregnant 
women, breastfeeding women, babies and small children up to age 5.

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