Community Resource Center
The Community Resource Center serves as a resource for the community and a link between community members and organizations serving the community. The resource center offers a variety of educational and fun programs for youths, adults and families. The center's emergency funds program served over 280 families in 2015, preventing eviction and the disconnection of essential services and assisting with food, medications and other critical needs. Family budgeting classes are also offered. The mobile dental clinic provides free dental care to low-income adults.
Classes and Activities
Babysitting and Sewing Classes
Music and Art Classes
Ready to Work
All age activities
Growing Forward Gardens offers garden sites and education on sustainability and growing your own food.
Aktion Club is the only service club for adults with disabilities, with more than 11,000 members worldwide.
Aktion Club of Stanwood is sponsored by the Stanwood Camano Kiwanis in partnership with the Community Resource Center.
Aktion Club Meets Thursdays from 3:30-4:30 pm at the Resource Center
Dental Clinic Application
bring in with proof of income for household at time of appointment
Resource and Referrals
Provides individuals and families of all abilities with information about local, state, and federal programs and resources for which they may be eligible.
Financial help for individuals and families in need of assistance to prevent discontinuation of necessary services, eviction and other basic needs.
Mobile Dental Clinic
Provides dental services for low income adults.
Glasses and Hearing aids
Works with the Lions to help provide glasses and hearing aids for free or low cost.
Work in our used book store. Teach a class. Assist with activities in Davis Place Teen Center. Provide childcare during adult classes. Mentor a teen toward career success in the Ready to Work Program. Greet people and answer phones while at the front desk. Work in the beautiful gardens.
Heads Up Program
Opportunities for teens to complete community service requirements for school and courts. On the job training for teens with disabilities.
Autism Acceptance Lending Library
Lei Wiley-Mydske visits first and third Wednesday from 10am TO 3pm and brings the Autism Acceptance Lending Library with her. Her email is EDWILEYAUTISMACCEPTANCE@GMAIL.COM