Cold Weather Resources

Winter is on its way and we want to help you to be prepared! Information and assistance is available from many community resources.

Please note: Due to COVID-19, some agencies and organizations may have modified service.

Power outage information:

Road condition information:

Assistance with energy costs:

  • Snohomish County Energy Assistance
    One-time per heating season assistance in paying the heat bill for eligible households
    Phone: (425) 388-3880
  • Through Project Pride, St. Vincent DePaul
    Limited assistance with rent, utilities, gas, etc. when funding is available
    Phone: (425) 374-1243
  • Navy-Marine Corp Relief Society - Snohomish County
    For active duty/retired Sailors and Marines, family members, and survivors of
    Phone: (425) 304-3203
  • Opportunity Council Whidbey Island - Energy Assistance | 1791 NE 1st Ave, Oak Harbor, WA
    Phone: (360) 679-6577 or 1 (800) 317-5427
  • Helping Hand of Snohomish County, Trinity Lutheran Church | 18341 State Route 525, Freeland, WA
    Phone: (360) 221-7777

County Resources (including shelter information):

Island County

Oak Harbor:
Spin Café
The Haven (Whidbey Homeless Coalition (360) 900-3077

Ryan’s House for Youth (360) 331-4575

Whidbey Island Nourishes (360) 221-7787
Island Church Soup Kitchen (360) 221-6980

Helping Hand of South Whidbey (360) 221-7777

Quick links:

Social media updates:

Snohomish County

North Counties Family Services (360) 331-4575

We All Belong Cold Weather Shelter (206) 743-9843
Pathways for Women Shelter (425) 774-9843 x226

Cocoon House (425) 259-5802
Everett Cold Weather Shelter 3001 Oakes Ave

Monroe, Snohomish, Sultan:
Skykomish Valley Cold Weather Alliance.
Shelter is location: Evergreen Fairgrounds, Monroe (360) 453-7622

Quick links:

Social media updates:

Other resources:

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