$400,000.00 Available For Human Needs Programs In Everett

December 27, 2017

Everett Government


There are lots of groups in Everett who want to lend a helping hand.

There’s only a week left for non-profit groups to apply for a share of more than four hundred thousand dollars to help residents in Everett. Grants are reviewed by a seven member committee made up of citizens who review applications and make recommendations to the Everett City Council.

Interested groups can contact Rebecca McCrary to receive the application, or visit the City website, where it is available in Word document form. Applicants may also pick up an application in person at the Everett Planning Department, located at 2930 Wetmore Avenue, Suite 8A.

Since 2016, an additional $1 per capita has been included for Safe Streets plan activities addressing homelessness, addiction and mental illness. The City is also seeking applications for the Chronic-Utilizer Alternative Response Team (CHART) case management for the Safe Streets scattered site low-barrier housing plan, which is funded through the additional $1 allocation.

Applications are due by 5 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 4 2018. For questions, please contact Rebecca McCrary at 425-257-7133. For more information, go to everettwa.gov/humanneedscommittee.


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