Stay at home resources

During this time, it’s good to take moments out of the day for yourself to give your brain a chance to process your thoughts, relax, and reset. To help you do that, we have put together a list of things to do while you are at home.


Exercise has many benefits for the mind and body and it is important to stay active, even though we have to stay home at this time. Our Stretch and Tone class is now available online below or catch them on Everett Channel (Comcast channel 21, Frontier channel 29 or live streamed here) on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 10 a.m.


Looking for ways to stay connected with others during this time? We have found some options you may want to look into:


Face to face video chat options:   Skype,  Zoom, Google Hangouts

Free internet options: or


Brighten someone else’s day by making a surprise call to someone to let them know you are thinking of them.


Take advantage of all the great digital resources our very own Everett Public Library has to offer at Any library card holder can access their resources and you can for a library card online and get immediate access to e-resources by visiting

Visit Everett’s Art and Cultural page for free online events, galleries, and free learning opportunities at

AARP hosts a variety of fun online games and activities at

Interested in taking a online tour of museums around the world? Google Arts & Culture has hundreds of tours available at

Learn how to make your own mask from the CDC at

Follow Cascadian Places’ fun activities available on their Facebook page at:


We’ve had many calls about volunteer and giving opportunities during this time. We’ve collected a few resources that may help you connect your valuable skills and time with the right group.

Snohomish County food banks: visit for individual location information

Give Well Local by Providence: Search by keyword, zip code, or city to connect with various need requests in your local community during this time

Gardening opportunity: Volunteer your gardening skills at Bayside P-Patch by contacting Michael Yates by email at They have new gardening gloves, and supplies are provided to wipe down tools after use. Great for early morning, or later evening volunteering.


City of Everett   Includes news and updates, City of Everett’s response, and additional resources

City of Everett open businesses  Local open businesses    that are practicing safe social distancing, including senior shopping hours

Snohomish County Senior information & assistance

Snohomish Health District

SHIBA (Statewide Health Insurance Benefits Advisors) 425.290.1276  800.562.6900

Snohomish Health District COVID-19 page

Homage Senior Services  Hours: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Main line 425-513-1900 and 2020-21 resource guide

Alzheimer’s Association 24/7 Helpline 800.272.3900

The Institute on Aging Friendship line Accredited crisis help phone line specifically for 60+ sign up at:, or by calling 1-800-971-0016

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CDC - Stress & daily life coping

CDC – Eating healthy

CDC – Physical Activity options for Older Adults

CDC – Taking care of your emotional health