Community Assistance

There is so much going on right now in the world around us.  There is significant fear and anxiety over the current conditions and the things we face with a health crisis, restrictions to gathering, impact of state and federal guidelines on businesses and employees, etc.  It is our goal to mobilize the Lord's church to assist those in need in the Northview community and in the community at large and to bring stability and calm.  To that end we're accepting requests for aid and pairing those with church members that are willing to lend a hand and offer assistance.  

If you have a need or know someone who does, please click below and complete this simple form and we'll do our best to meet the physical and spiritual needs you have.  Prayer requests can also be submitted here for the church staff and elders to faithfully pray over.


If you or your community group are willing to offer help in some way within our church body and our community please complete the following submission so we can best assess meeting the needs around us.  


Other Community Resources

  1. Apply for Unemployment Benefits  Unemployment benefits are made available through taxes paid by your former employer(s) to partially replace your regular earnings and help you meet expenses while you look for another job. These benefits are intended to assist workers who lost their jobs through no fault of their own and are not based on financial need. 
  2. Apply for Health Insurance:  Washington Healthplanfinder  In response to the potential growth of Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases, the Washington Health Benefit Exchange announced a limited-time special enrollment period for qualified individuals who are currently without insurance. This special enrollment period, which runs through April 8, 2020, will allow uninsured individuals 30 days to enroll in health insurance coverage through Washington Healthplanfinder. Language assistance and disability accommodations are provided at no cost. 
  3. See what other benefits you are eligible for through Washington Connection  Washington Connection offers a fast and easy way for families and individuals to apply for a variety of services such as food, cash, child care, long-term care, and Medicare Savings Programs. 
  4. Access transportation help through Orca LIFT  While travel may be limited in the days and weeks to come, we encourage you to see if you are eligible for transportation assistance to help you get to school, work, and anywhere else you need to go. ORCA LIFT is a great resource for eligible Snohomish County residents. 
  5. Call 211 or visit their website  If you need help accessing food, social services, or other emergency assistance, 211 is your one-stop shop for community resources. They can help you find community-based programs that are available and you are eligible for. 
  6. Call your utility companies, credit card companies, and other lenders: Let folks know that you are impacted by the Coronavirus Pandemic. Seattle and most surrounding municipalities won’t shut off water and electricity services during this emergency. Some creditors have hardship plans to account for when you are going through an emergency. Reach out to your credit card issuer, auto loan provider, or mortgage company to see what options are available to you.  If you are facing eviction or are a landlord with tenants affected and unable to pay rent the Washington Commerce Department has a tenancy preservation program to assist with a loan for landlords so they don't face losses by not forcing eviction.