PUD’s Project PRIDE provides financial assistance for energy bills
The Snohomish County PUD’s Project PRIDE (Providing Relief for Individuals Dependent on Energy) provides one-time grants for families and individuals who need help paying their energy bills. Families or individuals whose income is less than 150% of the federal poverty guidelines are eligible for assistance and must have a notice of disconnection of service. Call St. Vincent de Paul at 425-374-1243 to see if you qualify and visit the Project PRIDE webpage
to learn more or contribute to the fund.
Resources for businesses from the Snohomish Health District
Businesses throughout Everett and Snohomish County are working hard to protect their employees, customers and the community – thank you! The Snohomish Health District shared some new resources for businesses, including signs, stickers and guidance safe reopening and operations. Check out their message to local businesses
to find a list of reopening resources and guidance to help keep everyone safe and healthy.
Find COVID-19 resources in Snohomish County
If you haven’t checked out the Snohomish County’s COVID-19 resource HUB
(or if it has been a while), you’re missing out! The HUB continues to be updated and is a great one-stop-shop for community resources, information and assistance in response to COVID-19. Find data, healthcare, childcare, food distribution sites, business resources, face cover distribution sites, and so much more available in Snohomish County. Learn more and explore available resources here
Avoiding COVID-19 consumer scams
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) issued a warning about scam text message campaigns and robocalls that are preying on virus-related fears. The COVID-19 text scams
may falsely advertise a cure or offer bogus tests. The robocall scams
have focused on health and financial concerns connected to COVID-19. Coronavirus scammers are targeting older community members
. If you think you've been a victim of a coronavirus scam, contact law enforcement immediately. Learn more about corona virus scams and find resources on the FCC’s webpage