COVID-19, Community Resources
Are You Looking for Help?
The pandemic has impacted us all in more ways than one. Below you will find resources for support, as well as ways you can make a difference in the lives of others.The Washington State Department of Financial Institutions has put together this list of resources to support those economically impacted by the COVID-19 emergency. King County Office of Equity and Social Justice has put together this packet of community resources, available on their website in multiple languages.
If you are having trouble paying your utility bills because of the pandemic, call your utility provider and make a plan to keep your service. Residents of Bothell are served by one or more of the utility providers that are listed below. Unsure who your provider is, find out today.
City of Bothell
We are committed to keeping our customers connected to essential services. If you are having difficulties making your payment, please call (425) 806-6881 and press 2 to discuss a payment arrangement plan. You can also learn more by visiting our Utility Bill Support Page. City of Bothell offers discounted rates as well for qualifying low-income residents who are at least 62 years of age.
King County Residents
King County Eviction Prevention and Rent Assistance Program - provides financial and eviction prevention support.
Snohomish County Residents
Snohomish County Rental Assistance Program - provides financial and eviction prevention support.
How You Can Help
If you are able, please support relief efforts to help fellow community members:
- The Northshore Senior Center (425-487-2441): The Senior Center has asked for monetary resources to support ongoing operations. The Center continues to provide several services including: transportation for medical appointments, Meals on Wheels, the pop-up pantry, and telephonic support for those experiencing loneliness and depression.
- King County Regional Donations Connector: Connects community members with organizations and individuals across the region who need philanthropic support. Gifts or donation requests can also be made by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Bloodworks Northwest (800-398-7888): Local blood supply is in danger of collapse. You can donate blood by setting up an appointment with Bloodworks Northwest.
- Snohomish County Coronavirus Response Fund: Deploys resources to organizations working with those disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 in Snohomish County.
- Snohomish County Give Well Local: Interested in volunteering or making an in-kind donation? This hub connects those with resources to those impacted by COVID-19.
- Volunteer as an Emergency Health Practitioner: Health practitioners must be be registered with the Department Health an registered as an emergency volunteer to qualify.