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Senior Services Programs Nutrition Services Meals on Wheels and Senior Dining......................425-347-1229 If long distance, call toll free...................................800-824-2183

Social Services Senior Information and Assistance........................425-513-1900 If long distance, call toll free...................................800-422-2024 Family Caregiver Resource Program..................... 425-290-1240 Geriatric Depression Screening.............................. 425-740-3787 Multicultural Senior Center........................................425-290-1275 Older Adult Mental Health Access......................... 425-290-1260 Senior Peer Counseling................................................452-290-1252 Statewide Health Insurance Benefits Advisors HelpLine (SHIBA).......................................425-290-1276 Victims of Crime Assistance.......................................425-513-1900

Publications Senior Focus Newspaper and Senior Source Resource Guide General Information..................................................... 425-290-1277

Housing Services Senior Services Apartment Communities Managed by Coast Real Estate Services..........425-339-3638 Minor Home Repair................................................. 425-265-2222

Transportation Services 8225 44th Ave. W., Suite O Mukilteo WA 98275-2811 425-355-1112 • www.sssc.org

Dial-A-Ride Transportation........................................425-347-5912 If long distance call toll free.................................... 800-562-1381 Transportation Assistance Program (TAP)......... 425-423-8517

LISTING /ADV ER TISING D ISCLAIM ER The intent this Resource Guide is to provide information about public and private non-profit organizations and government agencies as well as local businesses that provide a service to older adults. The inclusion of any listing and/or advertisement in this Resource Guide is not meant as an endorsement of any product, service or individual by anyone except the advertiser. The listings in the following categories are, for the most part, private businesses and each has paid a fee to be included in this Guide. • Adult Family Homes • Care Managers • Care/Transitional Health Centers

• Funeral/Cremation Services • Home Care/Home Health Care Agencies • Housing/Senior Independent Living Apartments • Housing Referral/Placement Agencies • Legal/Elder Law Attorneys • Medical Equipment/Supplies • Realtors/Real Estate Services • Relocation/Transitional Services • Retirement/Assisted Living Communities All other categories include non-profit organizations, government agencies and private businesses. A private business has an asterisk (*) alongside its name to distinguish it as a paid advertisement.


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TA B LE O F CO NTENT S G ener a l I nfo r m atio n Senior Information& Assistance..................... 7 Dept. of Social & HealthServices..................... 7 EldercareLocator Service................................ 7 NorthSound2-1-1........................................... 7 Sno. Cty. CaseManagement............................ 8 Sno. Cty. LongTermCareandAging................ 8 Seattle/KingCounty Aging/Disability Scvs..... 8 Senior Focus Newspaper................................. 8

A dult D ay C a r e /R espite / D ay H ea lth S erv ices ClareBridgeLynnwood................................... 9 ClareBridgeSilver Lake................................... 9 Full LifeCare- Adult Day HealthCenter........... 9 Full LifeCare- Daybreak Senior Respite Program...................................................... 9 NorthshoreAdult Day Center........................... 9

A dult F a m ily H o m es ABeautiful LivingAFH......................................9 ANewHorizon.................................................9 AmazingGraceAFH........................................ 10 At Tessa‘s Adult CareHome............................ 10 Benevita AFH................................................. 10 CompassionCareHouse................................. 10 EmeraldCottageAFH.....................................10 HolisticAFH....................................................11 LakeSereneAFH...........................................11

Lucia’s AFH.....................................................11 TheCottages at Mill Creek..............................14 MorganCottageAFH......................................11 P.A.T.H.S. AFH& Respite.................................11 C o nsum er P rotectio n SereneViewManor AFH.................................11 Attorney General’s Office...............................14 SunshineAFH.................................................11 Better Business Bureau..................................14 InsuranceCommissioner’s Office....................15 C a r e M anag ers InvestigationHotline......................................15 BJBGeriatricServices......................................11 LongTermCareOmbudsman`........................16

C a r egiv er /R espite S erv ice

D ental C ar e /S erv ices

Family Caregiver ResourceProgram...............12 Family Caregiver ResourceCenters.................12 KingCounty Caregiver OutreachandSupport Program. .................12 RespiteCareProgram....................................12

All Family Dental andDentures......................16 Community HealthCenter Dental Clinics........16 Edmonds Woodway Dental Care....................16 TedHaines, DDS.............................................16 Omni Denture................................................17 C a r e /T r ansitio nal H ealth C ntrs S. Everett CascadeDentistry...........................17 Sea Mar Community Dental Clinics.................17 CascadeValley Senior Living/Memory Care.... 13 Jeffrey Tufarolo, DDS......................................17 ClareBridgeLynnwood.................................. 13 WashingtonDental Assn. OutreachProgram. 18 ClareBridgeSilver Lake..................................13 Forest ViewTransitional HealthCenter...........13 D isab ilit y R eso urces HeritageCourt...............................................13 Allianceof PeoplewithdisAbilities.................18 JosephineSunset Home.................................13 Developmental Disabilities of Sno. Cty...........18 MadeleineVilla HealthCareCenter................13 Divisionof Developmental Disabilities...........18 ManorCareLynnwood....................................14 SightConnection............................................18 Merry HavenCareCenter................................14 TelecommunicationEquipment Distribution.. 18 Regency CareCenter @Arlington...................14 TheArcof SnohomishCounty.........................19 SunriseViewConvalescent Center..................14 Disability Resources for KingCounty..............19 TheCottages at Marysville.............................14

Senior Source Resource Guide- Volume 29 Published annually by Senior Services of Snohomish County 8225 44th Ave. W., Suite O Mukilteo, WA 98275-2811 425-355-1112  e-mail: info@sssc.org  www.sssc.org

The intent of this Resource Guide is to provide information about public and private non-profit organizations, government agencies and businesses that provide a service to older adults. Every effort is

made to ensure the information is accurate, however, do keep in mind that phone numbers, addresses, web-sites, etc. can change. Omission of an organization is not intentional and does not, in any way, negate the value of its contribution to the community. The inclusion of a listing or advertisement in this publication does not, in any way, imply endorsement. No reproduction without written permission.

M ore questions ? C all S enior I nformation & A ssistance 425.513.1900 or 800.422.2024 or visit w w w. sssc . org


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TA B LE O F CO NTENT S E ducatio n /R ecr eatio n

Energy AssistancePrograms inKingCounty... 22 SHIBAHelpline...............................................29

America theBeautiful Senior Pass..................19 CreativeRetirement Institute.........................19 Everett Community College Senior ExerciseProgram..............................19 MargueriteLanglois.......................................19 Master Gardener/Community Horticulture Programs.....................................................19 ProjectEnhance..............................................19 RoadScholar..................................................19 WashingtonStateParks Passes......................20 YMCAof SnohomishCounty...........................20

F ina ncial

H ealth S erv ices & C linic

AARPTax-AideProgram. ............................... 22 C& CConsulting, Inc....................................... 22 PlanningwithPurpose, Paul H. Grant............ 22 Property Tax Reduction.................................. 23 Senior LowIncomeGarbageDisposal Card..... 23 Social Security Administration....................... 23 Wash. TelephoneAssistanceProgram............ 23

CitrineHealth..................................................29 Community HealthCenter of Sno. Cty............29 Healthpoint – Bothell/Kenmore....................29 Hearing& BalanceLab...................................29 MedicineReturnProgram..............................29 ProvidenceEverett HealthcareClinic..............29 Puget SoundBloodCenter.............................29 Puget SoundKidney Center............................30 F ina ncial /G uar d ianship Sea Mar Community HealthCenter................30 LifetimeAdvocacy Plus.................................. 23 SnohomishHealthDistrict..............................30 E ld er A buse /C r im e A ssista nce Tender CareGuardianshipServices................. 23 KingCounty HealthDistrict............................30 Adult ProtectiveServices Hotline...................20 Wash. StateDept. of Veterans Affairs............. 23 Swedish/Mill Creek ER& Specialty Center......30 Aging andDisability Services H o m e C ar e /H o m e H ealth C a r e F o o d /N utr itio n Administration............................................20 A g encies DomesticViolenceHotline.............................20 BasicFoodProgram....................................... 25 FoodBanks.................................................... 25 AHelpingHand..............................................31 DomesticViolenceServices of SnohomishCounty...................................20 Senior NutritionProgram. ............................. 25 All About Care................................................31 Andelcare.......................................................31 Victims of CrimeAssistanceProgram.............20 F uner a l /C r em atio n S erv ices CareForce.......................................................31 E m erg ency A ssista nce ASacredMoment........................................... 26 Caregiver Network.........................................31 Everett Gospel Mission...................................21 AmericanCremation& Casket Alliance........... 26 CascadeCompanionCare...............................33 MonroeGospel Women’s Mission...................21 Dignity Memorial........................................... 26 CatholicCommunity Services.........................33 SalvationArmy...............................................21 NeptuneSociety............................................. 26 CompanionCare, Inc......................................33 St. Vincent dePaul of Sno. Cty........................21 People’s Memorial Association....................... 26 ComprehensiveHome andCompanion Services ....................................................... 33 Emergency Services inKingCounty................21 H ea lth O rg anizatio ns Dana’s Housekeeping..................................... 33 E m ploy m ent /J o b T r aining Alzheimer’s Assn............................................26 EvergreenHomeCareServices....................... 33 Family ResourceHomeCare........................... 33 AARPWorkSearch..........................................21 AmericanCancer Society................................26 Fedelta CareSolutions.................................... 33 Foster Grandparent Program.........................21 AmericanDiabetes Assn.................................27 HealthPeople, Inc.......................................... 33 Senior Center Employment.............................21 AmericanHeart/StrokeAssn..........................27 Home& About, LLC....................................... 35 Worksource....................................................21 AmericanLungAssn.......................................27 HomeInsteadSenior Care.............................. 35 AmericanParkinsonDiseaseAssn..................27 Arthritis Foundation.......................................27 HomewatchCaregivers ................................. 33 E nergy /W eath er izatio n MultipleSclerosis Society...............................27 Homewell Senior Care................................... 35 Project Pride..................................................21 ProvidenceHospice/Homecare..................... 35 Sno. Cty. Officeof Energy Assistance..............21 H ea lth – M ed icar e /I nsur ance ResCareHomeCare........................................ 35 Sno. Cty. PUDEnergy Hotline. .......................21 Right at Home................................................ 35 Medicare........................................................27 Sno. Cty. PUDSenior/LowIncome Senior Helpers................................................ 35 Discounts ....................................................22 MedicareSavings Program............................27 ServiceAlternatives ...................................... 35 Sno. Cty. Officeof Weatherization.................22 MedicareBeneficiary Helpline........................29 Special CareAgency....................................... 35

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TA B LE O F CO NTENT S Home Care/Home Health Care – Cont.

SunriseHomeCareAgency . ..........................37 SYNERGYHomeCare.......................................37 VisitingAngels ..............................................37 Volunteer ChoreServices................................37

H ospice /P a lliativ e C a r e EvergreenHospiceServices............................38 ProvidenceHospice/Homecareof Sno. Cty.....38

H ospita ls /E m erg ency C a r e

202SubsidizedProperties (age62+)...........40 Hawkins House(LakeStevens) VillageEast (Monroe) Silver Woods (SouthEverett) Silver View(SouthEverett) EvergreenCourt (SouthEverett) LakeWoods I (SouthEverett) MeadowPark (SouthEverett) EvergreenVillage(SouthEverett) LynnWoods (Lynnwood) LynnCrest (Lynnwood) Scriber Pointe(Lynnwood) Tall Firs (MountlakeTerrace)

CascadeValley Hospital..................................38 Northwest Hospital........................................38 ProvidenceRegional Medical Center..............38 H o using R efer r al S erv ices Swedish/Edmonds Hospital...........................38 Swedish/Mill Creek ER& Specialty Center......38 Houseof Kindness..........................................43 Valley General Hospital..................................38 Options for Seniors.........................................43 VAPuget SoundHealthCareSystem..............39 TheRight Place– Senior Options, LLC............43

H o m e R epairs

L eg a l S erv ices

Address Confidentiality Program...................43 AdvanceMedical Directives............................44 DisputeResolutionCenter..............................44 Legal Services Hotline(Free)..........................44 ProtectionOrder AssistanceOffice.................44 H o using /S enio r A pa r tm ent s Sno. Cty. Small Claims Court...........................44 Broadway Plaza..............................................39 Sno. Cty. Lawyer Referral Service...................44 Everett HousingAuthority.............................. 41 Sno. Cty. Legal Services..................................45 Four Freedoms House..................................... 41 L eg a l /E lder L aw A t to r neys Henry MJacksonApts.................................... 41 HousingAuthority of KingCounty.................. 41 Adams & DuncanLawyers..............................45 HousingAuthority of Sno. Cty......................... 41 LawrenceP. Dolan.........................................45 HousingSocial Services.................................. 41 Elder LawOffices of Meyers & Avery..............45 Senior Services Housing.................................43 HansenMcConnell & Pellegrini......................45 Tax Credit Properties (age55+) . ............... 42 HickmanMenashe..........................................45 Meadows I, III andIII (Everett) Peggy LSanders.............................................45 LakeWoods II (SouthEverett) LawOfficeof Neil R. Sarles.............................45 Pepperwood(Lynnwood) LawOffices of JulianneKocer.........................46 EvergreenCottages (SouthEverett)........... 41 PlanningWithPurpose, Paul H. Grant............46

Community HousingImprovement Prog........39 GriffinRemodeling.........................................39 Minor HomeRepair Program.........................39 USDARural Development...............................39

L egislativ e A dv o cacy AARP............................................................. 46 LegislativeInformationCenter Hotline.......... 46 Puget SoundAlliancefor RetiredAmericans. 46 Senior CitizenLobby...................................... 46 Voter Registration......................................... 46

L ib r ar ies Everett PublicLibraries .................................47 KingCounty PublicLibraries . ........................47 Sno-IsleRegional Libraries ............................47

L ifeline /E m erg ency R espo nse S ystem s CareForceLifeline. ........................................47 CascadeValley Hospital Lifeline.....................47 ProvidenceLifeline. ......................................47 Senior Services Lifeline.................................47 MedicAlert + SafeReturn..............................47 Project Lifesver..............................................47

M ed ical E q u ipm ent /S upplies AdvantageElevator/ Accessibility Systems Corp........................... 48 CESCOMedical Supply................................... 48 EricksonFurniture..........................................48 MSHelpingHands Donor Closet.....................48 Professional Medical Corp..............................48 SafeBathtub, Inc............................................48 TherapeuticResources, Inc.............................48

M ental H ealth /C o unseling CareCrisis ResponseServices.........................48 Compass Health.............................................49 GeriatricDepressionScreening. ....................49 HopeOptions.................................................49 In-HomeMental HealthServices....................49 Mental HealthProfessionals . ........................49

M ore questions ? C all S enior I nformation & A ssistance 425.513.1900 or 800.422.2024 or visit w w w . sssc . org


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TA B LE O F CO NTENT S VineyardPark at Bothell Landing..................55 WarmBeach Senior Community....................55 Northwest Hospital GeropsychiatricCenter.................................49 R ev erse M o r tg ag es Older Adult Mental HealthAccess Program....49 Senior Peer Counseling...................................50 SolidGroundHousingCounseling..................57 Mortgage Advisory Group.............................57 M ulticultur a l S erv ices Security 1Lending....................................... 57 Multicultural Senior Center ...........................50 S enio r C enters Refugee& Immigrant Services Northwest ....50 U.S. Citizenship& ImmigrationServices ........50 CamanoIsland...............................................57 Carl Gipson(Everett).......................................57 R ea l E state S erv ices Cascade(Darrington).....................................57 RuthHerren, SRES..........................................50 East County (Monroe)....................................57 Judy & DonScorgie, SRES...............................51 Edmonds........................................................57 Sandy Morton, SRES......................................51 GraniteFalls...................................................57 Patty Weeda, SRES.........................................51 KenBaxter (Marysville)..................................57 Kenmore........................................................57 R elo catio n /T r a nsitio na l S cv s . LakeStevens..................................................57 AssistedTransitions........................................51 Lynnwood......................................................57 Mill Creek.......................................................57 Bekins Moving& Storage...............................51 MountlakeTerrace..........................................58 Next StepTransitions ....................................51 Mukilteo.........................................................58 Northshore(Bothell)......................................58 R etir em ent /A ssisted L iv ing Shoreline/LakeForest Park............................58 C o m m unities Sky Valley (Sultan).........................................58 CascadeValley Senior Living/Memory Care....51 Snohomish.....................................................58 Chateauat Bothell Landing............................51 Stanwood.......................................................58 ChateauPacific. ............................................51 Stillaguamish(Arlington)...............................58 ClareBridgeLynnwood.................................. 51 Tulalip............................................................58 ClareBridgeSilver Lake..................................51 Emeritus at SeaBrook.....................................53 S uppo r t G ro ups Emeritus at Silver Lake...................................53 For contact information.................................58 Emeritus at Snohomish..................................53 Everett Plaza AssistedLiving.........................53 T r a nspo r tatio n FoundationHouseat Bothell .........................53 AARPDriver Safety Program..........................58 GardenCourt . ...............................................53 Community Transit Customer Information.... 59 GrandviewVillage.........................................53 Community Transit RideStore......................... 59 Harbour PointeRetirement/AssistedLiving...53 Community Transit Travel Training................ 59 JosephineSunset Home.................................53 Department of Licensing................................ 59 Merrill Gardens Communities . ......................53 Dial-A-RideTransportation........................... 59 NorthCreek....................................................55 DisabledParkingPermits............................... 59 OverlakeTerrace.............................................55 Everett ParaTransit......................................... 59 SunriseViewRetirement Villa & Convalescent Everett Transit Customer Service................... 59 Center .........................................................55 Mental Health/Counseling – Cont.

KingCounty Metro/Access Transportation.....59 MedicaidTransportation................................59 ORCAcard......................................................59 SnoTrac...........................................................60 TransportationAssistanceProgram...............60 Volunteer Transportation...............................60

V eter ans P ro g r a m s Dept of Veterans Affairs.................................60 Network of Care.............................................60 RetiredActivities Office(Navy)......................60 Sno. Co. Veterans AssistanceFundProgram...60 VAPuget SoundHealthCareSystem..............60

V o lunteer P ro g r a m s Retired& Senior Volunteer Program ............60 UnitedWay Volunteer Center.........................60 Senior Services Volunteer Opportunities .......60

For an alphabetical listing refer to the Index on page 63.

Our Mission … To promote independence, preserve dignity and enhance the quality of life through the provision of services for older adults and people with disabilities. With a professional staff o 180 and a dedicated core of 200 volunteers, Senior Services is the largest and the most comprehensive service provider for older adults, their families and people with disabilities in Snohomish County. 425-355-1112  www.sssc.org 8225 44th Ave. W., Suite O Mukilteo 98275-2811

For additional information about services available for seniors, visit Senior Services at www. sssc.org


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Finding the right service at the right time Call Senior Information and Assistance for help Senior Information & Assistance is the gateway for information and access to services for older adults and family caregivers in Snohomish County. Information and Assistance specialists will provide supportive consultation and offer assistance with exploring options and coordinating services. Multicultural specialists provide outreach and information to adults 60 and older in the Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, Latino/Hispanic, Filipino, and Russian/Ukrainian communities.

Information and referral to a variety of community services such as:  In-home care services  Housing options and home repair  Residential care options  Health care and insurance programs  Mental health programs  Family caregiver support  Nutrition services  Legal services  Transportation  plus many more…

Give us a call. We’re here to help …

425.513.1900 or toll free 800.422.2024 You can also find resource information on our web-site: www.sssc.org

8225 44th Ave. W., Suite O, Mukilteo 98275-2811 TTY 425.347.7997  Fax 425.290.5445


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GENERAL INFORMATION Senior Information & Assistance 425-513-1900, 800-422-2024 TTY 425-347-7997 8225 44th Ave. W., Suite O, Mukilteo 98275 Senior Services of Snohomish County www.sssc.org

Senior Information & Assistance assists older adults and their families obtain services by providing information, referral, follow-up and advocacy. Resources can be accessed through a phone call or on Senior Services’ web-site at www.sssc.org. Bilingual staff assist Chinese, Filipino, Hispanic/Latino, Korean, Russian/Ukranian and Vietnamese elders. Services are free and confidential.

Senior Information & Assistance – King County 206-448-3110, 888-435-3377 Department of Social and Health Services – DSHS Community Service Offices www.dshs.wa.gov

Determines eligibility and authorizes programs such as Basic Food Program, medical assistance (Medicaid, Medicare Savings Programs), General AssistanceUnemployable (GA-U), and other programs.

Everett – 877-501-2233, TTY 800-209-5446 840 N. Broadway, Suite 200, Everett 98201 Mailing address: P.O. Box 6056, Arlington 98223-9956

Alderwood – 877-501-2233,

TTY 425-672-2315

20311 52nd Ave. W., Suite 100, Lynnwood 98036 Mailing address: P.O. Box 6051, Arlington 98223-6051

Smokey Point – 877-501-2233,

TTY 800-209-5446

3704 172nd St. N.E., Suite P, Arlington 98223 Mailing address: P.O. Box 6052, Arlington 98223-9952

Sky Valley – 877-501-2233, TTY 360-805-1158 19705 State Route 2, Monroe 98272 Mailing address: P.O. Box 6053, Arlington 98223-9953

North King County – 877-501-2233; TTY 800-209-5446 9600 College Way N., Seattle 98113

Department of Social and Health Services – DSHS Home & Community Service Offices www.adsa.dshs.wa.gov

Determines eligibility and authorizes state-funded long-term care services including in-home care (COPES/Medicaid), and residential care (assisted living facilities, adult family homes and skilled nursing facilities).

Everett – 425-339-4010, 800-780-7094 TTY 425-339-1884 840 N. Broadway, Suite 330, Everett 98201-1262

Alderwood – 425-673-3339, 800-780-7089 TTY 425-672-0932 20311 52nd Ave. W., Suite 302, Lynnwood 98036

Sky Valley – 360-805-3414, 800-398-4172 TTY 360-794-1042 19705 State Route 2, Suite 100, Monroe 98272

Smokey Point – 360-651-6800, 800-827-2984 TTY 360-653-3922 3906 172nd St. N.E., Suite 101, Arlington 98223

King County – 206-341-7750, 800-346-9257 TTY 800-833-6384 1737 Airport Way S., Suite 130, Seattle 98134 Mailing address: P.O. Box 24847, Seattle 98124

Eldercare Locator Service – 800-677-1116 www.eldercare.gov

Information about community services for older people anywhere in the U.S. and its territories.

North Sound 2 1 1 – Dial 2-1-1, TTY 425-339-3301 Volunteers of America www.voaww.org/211

Information and referral to community resources in Snohomish, Island, San Juan, Skagit and Whatcom Counties. 2-1-1 is a statewide dialing code people can use to access information about health and human service resources. A statewide searchable database is available at www.211wa.org.

M ore questions ? C all S enior I nformation & A ssistance 425.513.1900 or 800.422.2024 or visit w w w. sssc . org


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GENERAL INFORMATION, CONTINUED

Senior Focus Newspaper – 425-290-1277

Snohomish County Case Management 425-513-1900, 800-422-2024 for eligibility screening

8225 44th Ave. W., Suite O, Mukilteo 98275 Senior Services of Snohomish County www.sssc.org, www.srfocusnews.org

3000 Rockefeller Ave., M/S 305, Everett 98201 www.snoco.org / Search for Case Management

Assessment and service plan implementation for adults 60+ who require multiple services, are unable to obtain services for themselves, and lack family or friends willing and able to provide assistance.

Bimonthly newspaper that educates and entertains readers with information that reflects the diverse interests and needs of the senior community. Call to have your name added to the mailing list.

ADULT DAYCARE/DAYHEALTHSERVICES Adult day care programs offer family caregivers respite by providing social, recreational and health activities for older adults with special care needs.

Snohomish County Long TermCare and Aging 425-388-7377 3000 Rockefeller Ave., M/S 305, Everett 98201 www.snoco.org / Search for Long Term Care

Plans, advocates, coordinates and funds services to meet the needs of seniors, family caregivers and disabled adults in Snohomish County. Serves as Area Agency on Aging for Snohomish County.

Aging and Disability Services – 206-684-0660 700 5th Ave., Suite 5100, Seattle WA 98104 Serves as Area Agency on Aging for Seattle/King County. www.agingkingcounty.org

Adult day health programs help frail elders and disabled adults maintain or improve their physical, social and cognitive functioning. Services can include health assessments, nursing supervision, medication management, case management/care coordination, therapeutic recreation, and socialization/group activities. Both programs offer a safe and supportive environment. Meals and snacks are included. Transportation may be provided. An asterisk (*) alongside a name indicates a paid listing.

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The Senior Focus is a unique and valuable community resource that inspires, entertains, educates, and supports older Americans. Articles cover topics that include, national issues (Medicare/Social Security), health and nutrition updates, travel features, program/ service updates, senior profiles, senior center activities, plus more. To have your name added to the mailing list, call the Senior Focus office at 425.290.1277, send an e-mail to srfocus@sssc.org or visit www.srfocusnews.org

Our health and wellness day programs help your loved one live as independently as possible. Now enrolling elders, persons with memory loss, brain injuries or other disabilities. 425.355.1313 www.fulllifecare.org

Located in a beautiful setting on Picnic Point Rd. WE OFFER…  24-hour awake staff  Special diets accommodated  Private bedrooms  Wheelchair accessible  Specializes in dementia, mental health  Alarm system for those who wander  Hospice care available  Medicaid accepted For information call

425-787-6228 4712 Picnic Point Rd. Edmonds WA 98026


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Clare Bridge Lynnwood * – 425-774-3300 18706 36th Ave. W., Lynnwood 98037

Clare Bridge Silver Lake * – 425-337-6336 2015 Lake Heights Dr., Everett 98208 www.brookdaleliving.com See advertisement on back cover

Full Life Care – Adult Day Health Center – 425-355-1313 2931 Rucker Ave., Everett 98201

206-528-5315 – King County locations www.fulllifecare.org See advertisement on page 8.

Full Life Care – DayBreak Senior Respite Program 425-355-1313 Program location: Edmonds www.fulllifecare.org See advertisement on page 8.

Northshore Adult Day Center – 425-488-4821 10212 E. Riverside Dr., Bothell 98011 www.northshoreseniorcenter.org

At Tessa’s Adult Care Home W e strive to provide excellent care and commitment crucial to you or your loved one.

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ADULT FAMILYHOMES Adult family homes (AHFs) provide alternative living arrangements in a private home. Services include room, board, supervision and personal care. Some AFHs have staff that are licensed health care professionals and can accommodate residents with special needs. The AFHs listed below are licensed with the State of Washington (www.aasa.dshs.wa.gov – select Assisted Living Options). If you have a concern about the care being provided, contact the Long Term Care Ombudsman program (see page 16). The following AFHs have paid a fee to be listed in this Resource Guide.

ABeautiful Living – 425-971-9342 4 locations in Lynnwood www.abeautifulliving.com See advertisement inside front cover

ANew Horizon AFH– 425-252-1138, 360-383-7474 4833 Glenhaven Dr., Everett 98203 www.anewhorizonadultfamilyhome.com See advertisement on this page

A New Horizon Adult FAmily Home

Spacious and elegant six-bedroom home in a prestigious neighborhood

500 off

1st & 2nd months rent when you mention this ad

 24

hour personalized care private bedrooms  Home doctor and podiatrist visits  Wireless call systems  Minutes to Swedish Hospital in Edmonds  Long term, hospice and respite care  Dementia/Alzheimer’s specialty  All

For information or a tour call Tessa

425.772.1824

www.attessasadultcarehome.com 5425 172nd St. S.W., Lynnwood WA 98037

 Warm, loving atmosphere  24-hour supervision by compassionate, trained and experienced staff  Registered nursing services  Activities to keep the mind and body active  In-home beautician and pedicures  Alzheimer’s/dementia and mental health specialty  Wheelchair accessible  Magnificent view  Minutes to hospital  Arts, crafts and music

Home: 425-252-1138 Cell: 360-383-7474

4833 Glenhaven Drive  Everett

www.anewhorizonadultfamilyhome.com


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Amazing Grace AFH, Inc. – 425-775-3269 Three locations in Edmonds email: slkrassner@comcast.net

At Tessa’s Adult Care Home – 425-772-1824

A Quality Adult Family Home  Excellent care by trained staff  12 years experience with adult family homes  Home-cooked meals  Live-in owner and caregiver  R.N. on call 24-hours a day  Private pay/Medicaid accepted

SUNSHINE

5425 172nd St. S.W., Lynnwood 98037 www.attessasadultcarehome.com See advertisement on page 9

Benevita AFH, LLC– 360-659-8264 8901 58th Dr. N.E., Marysville 98270 www.benevitaafh.com

Compassion Care House – 425-239-3665 9111 9th Ave. S.E., Everett 98208 email: compassioncarehouse@gmail.com

ADULT FAMILY HOME

Emerald Cottage AFH– 425-971-8087

425-776-8428  425-750-4595

17324 81st Dr. N.E., Arlington 98223 email: emeraldcottage1@comcast.net

18422 41st Pl W. Lynnwood WA

Morgan Cottage Adult FAmily Home

Come see what a difference OUTSTANDING care can make.

Holistic

Adult FAmily Homes

Naturally Excellent! 7010 58th Dr. N.E., Marysville, WA visit www.morgancottage.net

Specializing in Dementia/DD Affordable Rates Private Rooms Private TV and Cable Special Diets Accommodated Close to parks, shopping and medical offices

Call Monica for a visit 360-659-0003

20-years of experience with the full spectrum of geriatric diagnoses including, but not limited to, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, stroke, Parkinson’s, MS, wound care and hospice. Respite care available. Restorative aide on staff. 24 Hour Awake Care Full time experienced activities director Fresh, healthy, home-cooked meals Erin Moody, BS, Medical SW, NAR

425-239-8818 6610 77th Pl N.E. Marysville WA 98270

www.aholisticafh.com

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Sunshine AFH– 425-776-8428, 425-750-4595

Holistic AFHs – 425-239-8818

18422 41st Pl. W., Lynnwood 98037 See advertisement on page 10

6610 77th Pl. N.E., Marysville 98270 7406 29th Pl. N.E., Marysville 98270 www.aholisticafh.com See advertisement on page 10

Lake Serene AFH – 425-787-6228 4712 Picnic Point Rd., Edmonds 98026 See advertisement on page 8

CARE MANAGERS The following care manager has paid a fee to be listed in this Resource Guide.

BJB Geriatric Services – 425-335-3414 www.barbarabridges.com See advertisement on this page

Lucia’s AFH– 425-356-2540 10409 Meridian Ave. S., Everett 98208 e-mail: lneamtiu@comcast.net

Morgan Cottage – 360-659-0003

Elder Care Assistance  R.N. Geriatric Care Manager

7010 58th Dr. N.E., Marysville 98270 www.morgancottage.net See advertisement on page 10

 Author of Therapeutic Caregiving

P.A.T.H.S. AFH& Respite – 425-330-9491

 In-home or facility evaluation of your

17517 260th Ave. S.E., Monroe 98272 www.paths-afh.com See advertisement on this page

Serene View Manor AFH– 360-863-6466 8124 64th St. S.E., Snohomish 98290 www.sereneviewmanor.com Searching for an adult family home? For some helpful tips on what to look for and to consider, visit www.srfocusnews.org and click on the Adult Family Home tab.

 Specializing in Alzheimer’s disease, strokes, other dementia causing diseases, and all elder care issues

aging loved one; consultation; referral

 Caregiver procurement, supervision, and

clinical coordination of care in your home

Free 30 minute telephone consultation!

Call: (425) 335-3414 BJB GERIATRIC SERVICES

Barbara J. Bridges, R.N., M.S.N. E-mail: bjbservices@comcast.net Web: barbarabridges.com

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CAREGIVER/RESPITE SERVICES Family Caregiver Resource Program 425-290-1240, 800-422-2024 8225 44th Ave. W., Suite O, Mukilteo 98275 Senior Services of Snohomish County www.sssc.org, www.snocare.org

Information and assistance about care options and resources available for unpaid family caregivers of elderly or disabled adults age 18+. Supportive counseling/consultation and workshops for family caregivers. Web-site has a directory of resources and services, events calendar for caregivers, and list of publications available through lending library.

Family Caregiver Resource Centers The Family Center of South Snohomish County 425-670-8984 ext. 22 6330 195th St. S.W., Lynnwood 98036

Mill Creek Senior Center – 425-948-7183 15720 Main St., Suite 210, Mill Creek 98012

Northshore Senior Center – 425-286-1035 10201 E. Riverside Dr., Bothell 98011

Safe Bathtub inc

Stillaguamish Senior Center – 360-653-4551, ext. 236 18308 Smokey Point Blvd., Arlington 98223

Services for unpaid family caregiver(s) including support groups, one-on-one counseling/consultation, caregiver workshops, educational programs and resource libraries.

King County Caregiver Outreach and Support Program Call Senior Information and Assistance – King County

206-448-3110, 888-435-3377 Respite Care Program 425-290-1240, 800-422-2024 for eligibility screening Relief for eligible families or other unpaid caregivers of disabled adults 18+. Services provided in-home or out-of-the-home. Sliding fee scale.

CARE/TRANSITIONAL HEALTHCENTERS Care/transitional health centers provide 24-hour supervised nursing care, therapy, personal care and other services for those who have significant health issues. All facilities accept Medicare/Medicaid; some

Get the Most Out of Life

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It’s Inexpensive and Effective

Call Toll Free 1-877-387-8827

www.safebathtub.com  $ Funded by VA, COPES, DSHS

360-435-3222

8400 207th Pl N.E., Arlington, WA 98223 www.lifestylesllc.com/cascadevalley


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can accommodate patients with memory loss. For quality ratings of nursing/care centers, visit www. medicare.gov – type Nursing Homes in the Search field or call Senior Information and Assistance, 425513-1900 (see listing on page 7). Problem or concerns that the nursing home staff or administration have not been able to resolve can be reported to the Residential Care Services Complaint Resolution Hotline, 800-562-6078. Refer to the Aging and Disability Services Administration listing on page 20. The following care/transitional health centers have paid a fee to be listed in this Resource Guide.

Clare Bridge Lynnwood – 425-774-3300 18706 36th Ave. W., Lynnwood 98037

Clare Bridge Silver Lake – 425-337-6336 2015 Lake Heights Dr., Everett 98208 www.brookdaleliving.com See advertisement on back cover

Forest View Transitional Health Center – 425-258-4474 5129 Hilltop Rd., Everett 98203 www.regencypacificinc.com See advertisement on this page

Heritage Court – 425-259-7200, 888-259-7200 4230 Colby Ave., Everett 98203 www.heritagecourt.org See advertisement on this page

Cascade Valley Senior Living/Memory Care – 360-435-3222 8400 207th Pl. N.E., Arlington 98223 www.LifestylesLLC.com See advertisement on page 12

Josephine Sunset Home – 360-629-2126

Need help sorting through the Medicare maze? Call the SHIBA HelpLine. See listing on page 29.

Madeleine Villa Health Care Center – 360-659-1259

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FOREST VIEW TRANSITIONAL HEALTH CARE CENTER

A Regency Pacific Community

Bringing independence to living and quality to life

“Let Our Family Take Care of Yours”  Short term rehabilitation as well as long-term care.  24 hour skilled nursing care  On site physical, occupational and speech therapy  State-of-the-art gym and equipment  Culinary cuisine created by our executive chef  Hospice care and respite care  Spacious private and semi-private rooms  Accepts Medicare, Medicaid, HMO, LTC insurance

Please call or drop by for a tour of our facility today Forest View Transitional Health Care Center Phone: 425-258-4474  Fax: 425-252-0520 5129 Hilltop Road, Everett, WA 98203

9901 272nd Pl. N.W., Stanwood 98292 www.josephinenet.com

5925 47th Ave. N.E., Marysville 98270 www.madvil.com

Need Help? Heritage Court provides a warm and secure environment that allows our residents and their families peace of mind. Our experienced and dedicated staff work hard to promote dignity, independence and choice.

Services and features • • • • •

Special activities for memory impaired residents. Private and semi-private rooms. Well secured with monitoring system. Licensed nurses and caregivers on-site 24/7. Excellent communication and coordination among doctors, families and staff.

Heritage Court A MeMory CAre CoMMunity

425-259-7200 • 1-888-259-7200 4230 Colby Ave., Everett, WA 98203 www.heritagecourt.org • e-mail: heritagecourt@comcast.net


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The Cottages at Mill Creek – 425-379-8276

ManorCare Lynnwood – 425-775-9222

13200 10th Dr. S.E., Mill Creek 98012 www.thecottagesassistedliving.com

3701 188th St. S.W., Lynnwood 98037 www.hcr-manorcare.com See advertisement on inside of back cover

Merry Haven Care Center – 360-568-3161, 425-367-2951 800 10th St., Snohomish 98290 www.merryhaven.com See advertisement on this page

Regency Care Center at Arlington – 360-403-8247 620 Hazel St., Arlington 98223 www.regencypacificinc.com see advertisement on this page

Sunrise View Convalescent Center – 425-353-4040 2520 Madison St., Everett 98203 www.sunriseview.org See advertisement on page 55

The Cottages at Marysville – 360-436-6028 1216 Grove St., Marysville 98270 www.cottagesatmarysville.com

“Our Family … Caring FOr yOurs”

CONSUMER PROTECTION Attorney General’s Office (Washington State) 800-551-4636 – Consumer Protection P.O. Box 40100, Olympia 98504 www.atg.wa.gov

Information regarding laws on consumer credit, collection agencies, contracts, mail order purchases, auto repairs/purchases, and other consumer/business transactions.

Better Business Bureau – 206-431-2222 P.O. Box 1000, Dupont 98327 www.bbb.org

Business reliability reports, buying tips, advertising guidance, reports on charities/solicitation, complaint handling, and consumer/business arbitration. For an alphabetical index of programs and services turn to page 63.

Reshaping lives, Restoring lost abilities following illness, surgery or injury Offering…

post-acute hospital rehabilitation and nursing services while transitioning back home

Our compassionate team provides

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REGENCY CARE CENTER AT ARLINGTON A Regency Pacific Community

We accept Medicare, Medicaid, HMOs and Private Insurance

Merry Haven

Bringing independence to living and quality to life

For referrals call

Regency Care Center at Arlington

360-568-3161 425-367-2951

620 Hazel St., Arlington WA 98223

360-403-8247

www.regencypacificinc.com

Care Center

800 10th St. Snohomish, WA 98290

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Insurance Commissioner’s Office (Washington State) 800-562-6900

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Consumer protection information on health, property, life and casualty insurance. Also, refer to page 29 for the SHIBA (Statewide Health Insurance Benefits Advisors) HelpLine.

Swedish/Mill Creek features: • Full-service ER • Primary and specialty care • Lab and advanced diagnostic imaging 13020 Meridian Ave. S. Everett, WA 98028 www.swedish.org/millcreek

To schedule an appointment, call 425-357-3900.

Do you feel Funeral Prices are TOO HIGH? SO DO WE!

Pre-Arrange Today! Cremation Services start at $575 Burials start at $899

ACCA is family-owned and offers funeral services throughout Northwest Washington. ACCA proudly offers interment services to our veterans and will coordinate the ceremony with the appropriate branch of service to help ensure that each veteran receives military honors.

www.americancremationandcasket.com 1-800-398-7101 24-hour service line

Providing Traditional Services in a Non-Traditional Way

Snohomish County

King County

3803 132nd Pl. NE Marysville WA 98270

1100 Dexter Ave. N., Ste. 100 Seattle WA 98109

360-651-9233

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Community Health Center of Snohomish County Dental Clinics Lynnwood – 425-835-5204

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Long TermCare Ombudsman 425-388-7393 - Snohomish County 800-562-6028 - Washington State

4111 194th St. S.W., Lynnwood 98036

Division of Long Term Care and Aging www.snoco.org / Search for Ombudsman

Resolves complaints and provides information about nursing homes, boarding homes and adult family homes. Assures that residents receive fair treatment and have access to information about their rights and available resources. Volunteer positions available.

206-623-0816 – King County

DENTAL CARE/SERVICES An asterisk (*) alongside a name indicates a paid listing.

Everett – 425-551-1000 1424 Broadway, Everett 98201

South Everett – 425-551-6001 1019 112th St. S.W., Everett 98204 www.chcsno.org

Emergency dental care (weekdays) to adults experiencing pain, swelling and/or abscesses. Accepts Medicaid, insurance, private pay. Has sliding fee scale.

Edmonds Woodway Dental Care * – 425-775-3446 6100 219th St. S.W., Suite 530, Mountlake Terrace 98043 www.IMakeYouSmile.com See advertisement on this page

All Family Dental and Dentures *–425-672-1400 23416 Highway 99, Suite D, Edmonds 98026 www.allfamilydentalanddentures.com See advertisement on page 18 Visit Senior Services at www.sssc.org

Tired of Poor Fitting Dentures? Dental Implants Can Be The Answer!

Imagine eating, speaking and smiling with confidence again. Amazingly affordable, dental implants can be fitted to an existing or new denture – with virtually no pain or discomfort! Thanks to this new breakthrough procedure, you can say goodbye to loose dentures in as little as two hours.

See how dental implants can change your life! If you’ve struggled with loose fitting dentures, you owe it to yourself to come in for a FREE examination and consultation.

Edmonds Woodway Dental Care 6100 219th St. S.W., Suite 530 Mountlake Terrace WA 98043

425-775-3446 www.IMakeYouSmile.com www.SeattleDentalImplants4Less.com

Dr. Michael Hrankowski

Smile Design. Invisalign®. Dental Implants. Gentle General Dentistry. Mercury-Free.

Ted Haines, DDS *– 360-568-8577 810 Ave. D, Snohomish 98290 www.tedhainesdds.com See advertisement on page 17

Something to Smile About Dr. Jeffrey Tufarolo Providing excellent Dental care in Everett for over 30 years. Voted one of the Top Dentists three years running by Seattle Metropolitan magazine.

 Implants 10 % Senior  Dentures/Partials Discount  Crowns/Bridges  Cleanings/X-rays/Exams Call Today for a Complimentary Consultation

425.258.2834

3624 Colby Ave., Everett  www.JeffTufaroloDDS.com


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Special Offer: $120

Omni Denture * – 425-224-4620

includes limited exam, 1 x-ray and 1 regular tooth extraction

1710 100th Pl. S.E., Suite 102, Everett 98208 www.omnidenture.net See advertisement on page

Receive complimentary dental goodie bag

Comprehensive dental care for the entire family …  Preventions  Extractions  Root canal treatments

S. Everett Cascade Dentistry * – 425-290-9277 827 128th St. S.W., Suite A, Everett 98204 www.everettcascadental.com See advertisement on this page

 Periodontal treatments  Restoration: crowns, bridges, fillings, implants  Complete dentures and partials  Cosmetics: veneer and bleaching (zoom).

Sea Mar Community Health Centers Dental Clinic 360-657-3091 9710 State Ave., Marysville 98270

Don’t have dental coverage? We offer a discount

Oral exams and consultations. Routine and preventive dental care including x-rays, cleaning, fillings, composites and extractions. Emergency treatment. Sliding scale fee. Medical coupons accepted.

of 20-40% off our regular fees for all procedures.

S. Everett Cascade Dentistry 425.290.9277

827 128th St. S.W., Suite A, Everett 98204

Jeffrey Tufarolo, DDS * – 425-258-2834

www.everettcascadental.com

3624 Colby Ave., Suite A, Everett 98201 www.JeffTufaroloDDS.com See advertisement on page 16

Omni Denture

Accepts all dental insurance including Molina

FREE Panoramic x-ray $

115 value. New Patients Only  Cosmetic and general dentistry  Implants for missing teeth and partials  Invisalign invisible braces  Digital x-rays 80% less radiation

“Committed to providing exceptional level of service while maintaining the integrity of our products.”

DENTURES Partials  Relines  Repairs

Oral sedation, laughing gas (nitrous oxide)

David Reynaud, DDS, Betty, Cindy, Jackie, Annette, Jen, Sherri, Dawn, Theodore D Haines, DDS

No insurance? We can help. Financing available. WDS provider.

Same Day Repairs and Relines Mobile Service Available Senior Discount Available

Gloria Lee DPD Licensed Denturist

425-224-4620 1710 100th Pl. S.E., Suite 102 Everett 98208

Our exceptional staff provides superior service

360-568-8577 810 Avenue D, Snohomish, WA 98290

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Washington Dental Association Outreach Program 425-513-1900, 800-422-2024 Reduced fee dental care program for persons 60+ or disabled. Offers 25 percent discount for persons with no dental insurance. Must meet income guidelines.

DISABILITYRESOURCES Alliance of People with disAbilities 206-545-7055, 866-545-7055, TTY 206-632-3456 1120 E. Terrace St., Suite 100, Seattle 98122 www.disabilitypride.org Information and referral, independent living skills, peer support groups, and consultation on civil rights cases affecting people with disabilities.

Developmental Disabilities of Snohomish County 425-388-7208 3000 Rockefeller Ave., M/S 305, Everett 98201 www.snoco.org / Search for Developmental Disabilities

Information and referral; plans and coordinates services for persons with developmental disabilities.

Division of Developmental Disabilities 425-339-4833, 800-788-2053 WA State Aging and Disability Services Administration 840 N. Broadway, Bldg. A, Suite 100, Everett 98201

Case and resource management for persons with developmental disabilities, including accessing and monitoring vocational, residential and other community programs.

SightConnection – 206-525-5556, 800-458-4888 9709 3rd Ave. N.E., Suite 100, Seattle 98115 www.sightconnection.org

Information and referral, counseling, independent living skills training, mobility instruction, low vision clinic, assistive technology center and newsletter. Most services are provided through home visits. Adaptive aids available in-store or online.

Telecommunication Equipment Distribution 360-902-8000, V/TTY 800-422-7930 DSHS Office of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing P.O. Box 45301, Olympia 98504-5301

Telecommunication equipment for eligible residents who are deaf, hard-of-hearing, or speech disabled.

All Family Dental & Dentures Creating Custom Dentures to Bring Back Your Smile and Function

Family Dental & Custom Dentures X-rays Cleaning Fillings Crowns Bridges Root canals Extractions

23416 Highway 99, Suite D, Edmonds

425-672-1400

www.allfamilydentalanddentures.com Andrew Murray, DPD & Associate Dentist

Complete dentures Implant over dentures Immediate dentures Partials On-site Lab for Relines  R e lines Repairs  Repairs  Custom Denture s

FREE Denture Consultation 15% off premium dentures

Must mention coupon when you phone. Some limitations may apply.

Most Insurance Accepted  Interest-Free Financing Options Available


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The Arc of Snohomish County – 425-258-2459 Advocates for the Rights of Citizens with Developmental Disabilities 2500 Hewitt Ave., Suite 300, Everett 98201

Information and resources to individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. Support groups, workshops and leadership opportunities, etc.

Disability Resources for King County Call Senior Information and Assistance – King County

206-448-3110, 888-435-3377

EDUCATION/RECREATION An asterisk (*) alongside a name indicates a paid listing.

America the Beautiful Senior Pass – National Parks www.nps.gov/fees_passes.htm

Lifetime entrance pass for persons 62+ to national parks, monuments, etc. and discounts on some fees (camping, swimming, specialized interpretive services). A pass ($10) can be obtained in person at a Federal recreation site or download an application from the web-site and pay an additional processing fee ($10).

Creative Retirement Institute – 425-640-1830 Edmonds Conference Center 201 4th Ave. N., Edmonds 98020 www.edcc.edu/cri

Learning-in-retirement offers intellectual and cultural enrichment through activities, seminars and collegelevel courses.

Everett Community College Senior Exercise Program 425-388-9323, 425-267-0150 to register 2206 Tower St., Everett 98201 www.everettcc.edu/ccec

Circuit fitness program and RN-supervised cardiovascular exercise therapy program.

Marguerite Langlois * – 206-781-9109 Pro-Active, Pro-Elder Education www.MLangloisOnline.com See advertisement on this page

Master Gardener / Community Horticulture Programs 425-338-2400 WSU Cooperative Extension Service 600 128th St. S.E., Everett 98208 www.snohomish.wsu.edu

Information on plants/gardening, environmentallysound pest management, organic vegetable gardening, composting, water conservation, etc.

ProjectEnhance – 206-448-5725 King County locations Senior Services of King County www.projectenhance.org

425-513-1900, 800-422-2024 Snohomish County locations EnhanceFitness (exercise class) and EnhanceWellness (participant-centered health behavior change program) offered at senior centers. Road Scholar – 800-454-5768 11 Ave. de Lafayette, Boston, MA 02111 www.roadscholar.org

Short-term educational adventures held at educational/ cultural institutions in the U.S., Canada and more than 150 other countries. Ask about scholarships.

PRO-ACTIVE, PRO-ELDER Classes and presentations tailored to the needs of your organization  Staying in Charge As We Age  Difficult Conversations  Advocacy and Community  Exploring Senior Living Options  Excellence in Volunteering  Project Management for the Rest of Your Life

Marguerite Langlois 206-781-9109 www.MLangloisOnline.com

daisyl@nwlink.com


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Washington State Parks Passes 360-902-8500, 360-902-8844 P.O. Box 42650, Olympia 98504-2650 www.parks.wa.gov

Camping, moorage and boat launch fees are reduced or waived for limited income people 62+, persons with disabilities and veterans. Free camping (standard site) and moorage for people 62+ during off-season with $50 pass.

YMCAof Snohomish County www.ymca-snoco.org Everett – 425-258-9211 Marysville – 360-653-9622 Mill Creek – 425-337-0123 Monroe/Sky Valley – 360-805-1879 Mukilteo – 425-493-9622 Health and well-being programs for older adults including fitness classes, yoga, and water aerobics/ exercise. Services vary by branch. See advertisement on this page.

CONNECT WITH OTHERS STAY ACTIVE ENJOY LIFE The YMCA of Snohomish County offers a variety of programs and activities specifically for older adults. From aerobics to yoga, water exercise or special trips, you are sure to find many enjoyable opportunities to connect with others. There’s a Y near you: Everett 425 258 9211 Marysville 360 653 9622 Mill Creek 425 337 0123 Monroe 360 805 1879 Mukilteo 425 493 9622

YMCA-SNOCO.ORG

ELDER ABUSE/CRIME ASSISTANCE Adult Protective Services Hotline 800-487-0416 – Snohomish County 800-422-3263 – Outside Snohomish County Hotline to report suspected abuse, neglect, financial exploitation or abandonment of a vulnerable adult. DSHS will investigate the alleged abuse and, with the adult’s permission, take action to protect his/her health and well-being. Family, friends and neighbors are encouraged to report suspected abuse. Aging and Disability Services Administration – DSHS Residential Care Services/Complaint Resolution Hotline

800-562-6078 www.aasa.dshs.wa.gov/aps

24-hour hotline to report suspected abuse, neglect or exploitation of vulnerable persons residing in nursing homes, adult family homes and boarding homes. Complaint can also be made in writing. Complaints are reviewed and assigned for investigation or referral.

Domestic Violence Hotline – 800-562-6025 Washington State. Emergency information and referral to programs that assist domestic violence victims and their families. Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County 425-259-2827 – general information 425-252-2873 – 24 hour crisis intervention hotline www.dvs-snoco.org

Emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence and their children. Support groups, telephone counseling, and legal advocacy.

Victims of Crime Assistance Program(VOCA) 425-513-1900, 800-422-2024 Senior Services of Snohomish County 8225 44th Ave. W. Suite O, Mukilteo 98275 www.sssc.org

Guidance, intervention, referrals and advocacy to Island and Snohomish county seniors, 60+, who are victims of fraud, scams, ID-theft, financial exploitation or who need assistance with a consumer problem. Free educational workshops. Volunteer opportunities available. Visit Senior Services at www.sssc.org


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EMERGENCYASSISTANCE Everett Gospel Mission – 425-252-1297 Dial 2 1 1 – intake specialist Mission for men: 3711 Smith Ave., Everett 98201 Mission for women & women with children:

5118 S. 2nd Ave., Everett 98203

Emergency shelter, meals, clothing, support and recovery programs for homeless men, single women, and women with children.

Monroe Gospel Women’s Mission – 360-863-9003 450 S. Lewis St., Monroe 98272

Emergency shelter, meals, case management and support for homeless women.

Salvation Army – 425-259-8129

Senior Center Employment Edmonds Senior Center – 425-774-5555 220 Railroad Ave., P.O. Box 717, Edmonds 98020

Northshore Senior Center – 425-486-4564 10201 E. Riverside Dr., Bothell 98011

Stillaguamish Senior Center – 360-653-4551 18308 Smokey Point Blvd., Arlington 98223

Employment referral services for persons 55+. Also connects workers with people who need work done in their home.

Worksource Washington State Employment Security www.go2worksource.com, www.worksourceonline.com

Everett – 425-258-6300 3201 Smith Ave., Suite 330, Everett 98201

2525 Rucker Ave., Everett 98201

Lynnwood – 425-673-3300

Limited assistance in paying Puget Sound Energy bills and prescription medication. Food bank for Everett residents (households without children).

20311 52nd Ave. W., Suite 300, Lynnwood 98036

Shoreline – 206-546-7842

St. Vincent DePaul of Snohomish County – 425-355-3504

Job search assistance. Resources for displaced workers, veterans and people with disabilities.

6424 Broadway Ave., P.O. Box 2269, Everett 98213

Emergency assistance for food, clothing, furniture, utilities, and other emergency services. Limited assistance for rent and prescription medication.

Emergency Services in King County Call Senior Information and Assistance – King County

206-448-3110, 888-435-3377

EMPLOYMENT/JOB TRAINING AARP WorkSearch – 206-624-6698 Temporary job placement and training for low-income people 55+ in non-profit or public service agencies. Foster Grandparent Program– 206-328-5925 Catholic Community Services 100 23rd Ave. S., Seattle 98144

Senior volunteers work 20 hours per week mentoring and tutoring children/youth. Volunteers receive travel reimbursement, meals and annual physical exam. Non-taxable stipend for limited income volunteers. Visit Senior Services online at www.sssc.org

16101 Greenwood Ave. N., Shoreline 98133 Shoreline Community College

ENERGY/WEATHERIZATION Project Pride – 425-740-2333 2530 Lombard Ave., Everett 98201

Financial help with electric bills for eligible lowincome Snohomish County PUD customers.

Snohomish County Office of Energy Assistance 425-388-3880

3000 Rockefeller Ave., M/S 305, Everett 98201 www.snoco.org / Search for Energy Assistance

Help with heating bills (oil, natural gas, wood, propane, electric) for eligible low-income county residents. Administers HELP program for Puget Sound Energy natural gas customers and WEAF program for Cascade Natural Gas customers.

Snohomish County PUDEnergy Hotline – 425-783-1700 2320 California St., P.O. Box 1107, Everett 98206 www.snopud.com

Information about lighting, weatherization, energy conservation, and appliance rebates. See advertisement on page 22


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Snohomish County PUDSenior/Low-Income Discounts 425-783-1000 2320 California St., P.O. Box 1107, Everett 98206 www.snopud.com

Discounts for seniors 62+ with annual household income of $26,923 or less. Also discounts for PUD customers of all ages who meet income guidelines. See advertisement on this page

Snohomish County Office of Weatherization 425-388-7205 3000 Rockefeller Ave., M/S 305, Everett 98201 www.snoco.org / Search for Weatherization

Home energy conservation assistance for persons who meet income eligibility requirements (homeowners and renters). Includes standard weatherization measures and safety checks on home heating systems.

Energy Assistance Programs in King County

An asterisk (*) alongside a name indicates a paid listing.

AARP Tax-Aide Program– 888-227-7669 Income tax filing assistance during tax season for low and moderate income seniors. C& CConsulting, Inc. * – 800-351-8535 Medicaid Planning Services E-mail: consultingforseniors @gmail.com

Planning with Purpose, Paul HGrant * – 425-939-9948 Creating plans that protect wealth and family values www.pwpestates.com FYI… Depression is not a normal part of aging. Emotional experiences of sadness, grief, and temporary “blue” moods are normal. Persistent depression that interferes significantly with ability to function is not. If you are 60+ and struggle with depression, help is available. Refer to the Geriatric Depression Screening Program on page 49 and the Senior Peer Counseling Program on page 50.

Programs worth singing about!

Call Senior Information & Assistance – King County

206-448-3110, 888-435-3377

FINANCIAL

Keep Your PUD Bill Trim!

Save Energy = Save Money

Low-Income Senior Discounts: Ranging from 20% to 60%, depending on income level

Customer Service: 425-783-1000 Monday - Friday, 8:00 aM to 5:30 pM

Conservation Programs: • DiSCounteD PriCeS for energysaving CFLs, LEDs and ENERGY STAR lighting fixtures. • rebateS for eligible clothes washers ($50 or $100)! • Free HauL-aWaY of your old working refrigerator/freezer. • Loan/CaSH inCentiVeS for approved energy-efficient home improvements in electrically heated homes.

www.snopud.com

energy Hotline: 425-783-1700 Dock Side Barbershop Quartet

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Property Tax Reduction – Snohomish County Snohomish County Assessor

425-388-3540 – exemption department 425-388-3433 – general information 3000 Rockefeller Ave., M/S 510, Everett 98201 www.assessor.snoco.org

Property tax reduction for persons under the age of 61 who are unable to work because of disability, or those 61 or older on or before December 31 of the year before the tax year. Must own and occupy the property and have an annual household income of $35,000 or less. Contact the Assessor’s Office for information/applications for Property Tax Deferral programs that are also available.

assistance from one of the following: TANF/SFA, GAU, Food Assistance, Medicaid, COPES, SSI, Refugee Assistance. When calling, have your DSHS Client ID number.

FINANCIAL/GUARDIANSHIP The following non-profit agencies provide guardianship and/or financial management services. Fees vary depending upon the case and the individual’s income. Services may be provided at no cost.

Lifetime Advocacy Plus – 206-367-8055 444 N.E. Ravenna Blvd., Suite 303, Seattle 98115 www.laplus.org

Tender Care Guardianship Services – 425-485-0840 Property Tax Exemptions/Deferrals – King County 206-296-3920 King County Assessor www.kingcounty.gov/Assessor

Senior Low-Income Garbage Disposal Card 425-388-3425 – press option 0

P.O. Box 1314, Bothell 98041 www.tendercareguardianship.com

Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs 800-562-2308 1102 Quince St. S.E., P.O. Box 41150, Olympia 98504 www.dva.wa.gov

Snohomish County Solid Waste

Discount at county transfer stations for Snohomish County residents 60+ who meet income guidelines.

Social Security Administration 800-772-1213, TTY 800-325-0778 www.socialsecurity.gov 8625 Evergreen Way, Suite 250, Everett 98208 18905 33rd Ave. W., Suite 207, Lynnwood 98036 13510 Aurora Ave. N., Suite B, Seattle 98133 505 106th Ave. N.E., Suite 301, Bellevue 98004

Information and applications for Social Security Retirement, Survivors and Disability Insurance Benefits, Medicare and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Supplemental Security Income – Supplements income for low-income persons 65+, blind or disabled.

Washington Telephone Assistance Program 877-462-8188 – Frontier Communications www.frontier.com / Search for WTAP Discounted phone service for eligible low-income persons who live in their own residence and receive

Do you qualify for the Basic Food Program? You might qualify for Basic Food (formerly called food stamps) if your monthly gross income is at or below $1,862 (one person); $2,522 (two people). Each additional person, add $660. Resource limits no longer apply to most people.

Benefits range from $16 to $200 per month. Basic Food benefits can be used to buy food items at participating grocery stores and to pay for Meals on Wheels and Senior Dining meals that are served at local senior centers.

For information or help completing an application call the Senior Nutrition Program 425.347.1229

Or send an e-mail to basicfood@sssc.org and a Senior Nutrition Representative will contact you. Basic Food is available to all regardless of race, color, sex, age, handicap, religion or political belief.

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Senior Services Nutrition Program Meals on Wheels If you are 60 or older, homebound, and have difficulty preparing nutritious meals for yourself, Meals on Wheels may be for you. Suggested donation, $2.50.  Frozen, microwaveable meals delivered weekly to your home by caring drivers and volunteers  Choices include meals lower in sodium, heart healthy meals, and choices appropriate for people with diabetes  Ensure Plus™ available for medical reasons and upon approval  Nutrition education and counseling from Registered Dietitians available

Senior Dining Join your friends for a delicious, freshly prepared meal at 13 locations throughout Snohomish County. All adults, age 60+, and their spouses (of any age) are welcome. A nominal donation of $2.50 per meal is suggested. • Meet old friends…. and make new ones • Nutrition education and fitness programs offered at most locations • Volunteer opportunities abound • See Senior Nutrition on page 25 for meal site locations

Basic Food Program (food stamps) For help applying for Basic Food benefits call us at 425.347.1229 or e-mail basicfood@sssc.org. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff are ready to assist.

For information, contact the Senior Nutrition program 425.347.1229 or 800.824.2183 nutrition@sssc.org www.sssc.org

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Senior Nutrition – 425-347-1229, 800-824-2183 TTY 425-347-7997, FAX 425-290-5445

FOOD/NUTRITION Basic Food Program Formerly called Food Stamps Assistance with food costs for income eligible persons. To apply, contact Senior Services’ Nutrition Program (see listing this page) or your local DSHS Community Service Office (page 7). See advertisement on page 23

Senior Services of Snohomish County 8225 44th Ave. W., Suite O, Mukilteo 98275 www.sssc.org See advertisement on page 24

Food Banks 425-259-3191 – Volunteers of America 1230 Broadway, Everett 98201 www.voaww.org

Referral to food banks in Snohomish County.

206-625-0755, 800-722-6924 – Northwest Harvest 711 Cherry St., Seattle, WA 98104 www.northwestharvest.org

Referral to food banks in King County FYI… With 18 buildings and 743 units, Senior Services is the largest provider of affordable rental housing for seniors in Snohomish County.

Join 35,000 other seniors and read the Living Life to the Fullest

The Senior Focus is a unique and valuable community resource that inspires, entertains, educates, and supports older Americans. Articles cover topics that include, national issues (Medicare/Social Security), health and nutrition updates, travel features, program/ service updates, senior profiles, social activities, plus more. To have your name added to the mailing list, call the Senior Focus office at 425.290.1277, send an e-mail to srfocus@sssc.org or visit www.srfocusnews.org

Home delivered meals, nutrition education and counseling. Senior dining meals at sites throughout Snohomish County. Call the meal site nearest you: Arlington – 360-653-4551 Darrington – 360-436-0646 Edmonds – 425-774-5555 Everett – 425-257-8780 Everett (Bakerview Apts.) – 425-212-3536 Granite Falls – 360-691-7177 Monroe – 360-794-6359 Mountlake Terrace – 425-672-2407 Snohomish – 360-568-0934 Stanwood – 360-629-7403 Tulalip – 360-716-4684 Slavic/Ukranian meal site – 425-293-0303 Multicultural meal site/senior center – See page 50

Simpler Funerals … A Natural Choice

Providing Members the Best Value in Quality Cremation and Burial Services since 1939 Member Prices: Simple Cremation: $699  Direct Burial: $1,099

www.peoplesmemorial.org  206-325-0489

Unique Service Offering Distinctive Choices

Simple Cremation, Conventional Burial, Home Funeral Vigils, Green Burial and Life Celebrations www.asacredmoment.com  425-316-8290 1910 120th Pl. S.E., Suite 102, Everett, WA


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FUNERAL/CREMATIONSERVICES PURDY & KERR

with dawson funeral home monroe

SCHAEFER–SHIPMAN funeral home marysville

PURDY & WALTERS at floral hills cemetery ly n n wo od

The following funeral/cremation services have paid a fee to be listed in this Resource Guide

> 1-888-551-8063 dignityseattle.com <

ASacred Moment – 425-316-8290 The most memorable memorials are the ones we plan ourselves. After all, who knows you better than you? That’s why it’s a good idea to plan ahead. Our free booklet will get you started. Then let the

members of the Dignity Memorial® network do what we’re known for— create a final send off that’s truly a reflection of you. It’s your life’s celebration. We’ll make sure it has some.

1910 120th Pl. S.E., Suite 102, Everett 98208 www.asacredmoment.com See advertisement on page 25

American Cremation & Casket Alliance – 360-651-9233 3803 132nd Pl. N.E., Marysville 98270

206-533-1742 – (King County)

If a memorial service

is for the living, shouldn’t it have some

life to it?

1100 Dexter Ave. N., Suite 100, Seattle 98109 www.americancremationandcasket.com See advertisement on page 15

Dignity Memorial – 888-551-8063 www.dignityseattle.com Purdy & Kerr with Dawson Funeral Home (Monroe); Schaefer-Shipman Funeral Home (Marysville); Purdy & Walters at Floral Hills Cemetery (Lynnwood) See advertisement this page

Neptune Society – 425-672-8688 19324 40th Ave. W., Suite A, Lynnwood 98036 www.neptunesociety.com

People’s Memorial Assn. – 206-325-0489, 866-325-0489 1801 12th Ave., Suite A, Seattle 98122 www.peoplesmemorial.org See advertisement on page 25

HEALTHORGANIZATIONS/NATIONAL The following organizations provide services including information and referral, case management, outreach, public education, support groups, etc.

Alzheimer’s Assn. – 206-363-5500, 800-272-3900 100 W. Harrison St., Suite N200, Seattle 98119 www.alz.org

American Cancer Society – 425-741-8949, 800-227-2345 728 134th St. S.W., Suite 101, Everett 98204 www.cancer.org Learn about services available to seniors. Visit www.sssc.org. Name: Dignity Memorial Date: 3/21/12 Ad Size: Trim: NA Bleed: NA Live: 3.5" x 19.25" Ad Code: K12 Pub(s): Sr. Focus Resource Guide Insertion(s): ???? Agency: New Path Marketing — David Barbrack, david@newpathmarketing.com or 425-392-1808


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American Diabetes Assn. – 206-282-4616, 800-342-2383 1730 Minor Ave., Suite 920, Seattle 98101 www.diabetes.org

Multiple Sclerosis Society – Greater Northwest Chapter 206-284-4254, 800-344-4867 192 Nickerson St., Suite 100, Seattle 98109 www.nationalmssociety.org

HEALTH- MEDICARE/INSURANCE American Heart/Stroke Assn. 206-632-6881, 800-242-8721 710 2nd Ave., Suite 900, Seattle 98104 www.heart.org, www.strokeassociation.org

American Lung Assn. – 206-441-5100, 800-586-4872 822 John St., Seattle 98109 www.alaw.org

Medicare – 800-633-4227 800-772-1213 – Social Security Administration www.medicare.gov

Federal health insurance program for people 65+, people with permanent kidney failure, and eligible disabled adults. Medicare Prescription Drug Plan (Part D)

American Parkinson Disease Assn. – 206-277-5516 Veterans Administration – MS S-182 GRECC 1660 S. Columbian Way, Seattle 98108 www.waparkinsons.org

Arthritis Foundation – Pacific NW Chapter 206-547-2707, 800-746-1821 115 N.E. 100th St., Suite 350, Seattle 98125 www.arthritis.org

Prescription drug coverage for anyone enrolled in Medicare. Those who meet income and asset guidelines may receive help to reduce the cost of their prescription medications.

Medicare Savings Programs – 425-513-1900, 800-422-2024 Helps Medicare recipients pay all or part of their Medicare premiums, deductibles and co-payments. Must meet income and resource requirements.

Community Health Center of Snohomish County We offer:  Preventive services  Annual screening exams  Behavioral health services  Referrals to specialists  Evening and Saturday appointments  Convenient on-site pharmacies We gladly accept Medicare, Medicaid, and offer a sliding-fee discount for those with no health insurance.

Call the clinic closest to you today for an appointment or visit us on the web at www.chcsno.org 1424 Broadway Everett, WA 98201 Medical 425-789-2000 Pharmacy 425-789-2050

1019 112th St. S.W. Everett, WA 98204 Medical 425-551-6200 Pharmacy 425-551-6001

4111 194th St. S.W. Lynnwood, WA 98036 Medical 425-835-5200 Pharmacy 425-835-5202

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Safely Dispose of Unused Medicine ...to protect your family, community & the environment!

P

roper disposal prevents confusing old drugs with current prescriptions and avoids accidental overdoses, theft and other misuse of medications. Don't store unneeded meds in your home and don’t dispose by flushing. Flushed medicines can pollute our surface and ground water. You can safely dispose of many unused medications for free at participating pharmacies and at all law enforcement locations in Snohomish County. For chemotherapy drugs, contact your prescribing medical office to see if they will accept the drug.

Find details, locations and hours at www.snoco.org, search “pharmaceuticals” or call 425-388-3199.

Snohomish County Partnership for Secure Medicine Disposal Protecting our community from harm by collecting unwanted prescription medicines from residents Snohomish County

Take Back Your Meds is a group of health organizations, police, drugstores, local governments, environmental groups, and others in Washington State who support medicine take-back programs to reduce access to highly-addictive drugs, reduce the risk of poisonings, and reduce environmental contamination. For more information, visit: www.takebackyourmeds.org.


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Medicare Beneficiary Helpline – 800-445-6941 Qualis Health P.O. Box 33400, Seattle 98133-0400 www.qualishealth.org

Helpline to report concerns or complaints about quality of care received. Medicare beneficiaries can also report a denial of health care service, file a complaint about premature discharge from a hospital, or ask questions about patient rights.

SHIBAHelpLine – 425-290-1276, 800-562-6900 Statewide Health Insurance Benefits Advisors

Senior Services of Snohomish County 8225 44th Ave. W., Suite O, Mukilteo 98275 www.insurance.wa.gov, www.sssc.org

Free, confidential and impartial counseling provided by trained volunteers regarding Medicare, Medicare Part D (prescription drugs), supplemental policies, Medicare advantage plans, individual market plans, long term care insurance, and prescription drug discounts. Volunteer opportunities available.

HEALTHSERVICES/CLINICS

include general physical exams, treatment for chronic illnesses, immunizations, etc. Sliding fee scale for people without health insurance with proof of income. See advertisement on page 27

Healthpoint - Bothell /Kenmore – 425-486-0658 10808 N.E. 145th St., Suite B, Bothell 98011 www.healthpointchc.org

Health screenings, as well as basic medical services including complementary and alternative care. Sliding fee scale for people without health insurance with proof of income.

Hearing & Balance Lab * – 425-341-4113 15906 Mill Creek Blvd., Suite 102, Mill Creek 98012 www.HearingAndBalanceLab.com See advertisement on page 30

Medicine Return Program– 425-388-3199 Snohomish County Solid Waste www.snoco.org, search pharmaceuticals. See advertisement on page 28

Providence Everett Healthcare Clinic – 425-317-0300

An asterisk (*) alongside a name indicates a paid listing.

1001 N. Broadway, Suite A-3, Everett 98201 www.providence.org/everett

Citrine Health – 425-259-9899

Basic health services including primary and preventive care, care for chronic conditions, immunizations, and education. Medicare/Medicaid welcome.

www.citrinehealth.org 2817 Rockefeller Ave., Everett 98201

Free or low-cost health care services for low-income women (and their families) including mammograms and yearly health exams. Free colon health screenings to uninsured women and men. Offers scholarships for women with disabling medical conditions.

Community Health Center of Snohomish County www.chcsno.org

Puget Sound Blood Center www.psbc.org

Donate blood or volunteer – help save lives! 800-398-7888 – to schedule appt to donate Everett – 425-740-2909 2703 Oakes Ave., Everett 98201

Lynnwood – 425-412-1000

Everett – 425-789-2000

19723 Highway 99, Suite F, Lynnwood 98036

1424 Broadway, Everett 98201

North Seattle – 206-526-1970

South Everett – 425-551-6200

10357 Stone Ave. N., Seattle 98133

1019 112th St. S.W., Everett 98204

Lynnwood – 425-835-5200 4111 194th St. S.W., Lynnwood 98036

Edmonds – 425-640-5500 21701 76th Ave W., Suite 300, Edmonds 98026

Low cost medical clinics and pharmacies. Services

Coping with an ongoing health condition such as asthma diabetes, heart disease, chronic pain, arthritis or hypertension? You can take the steps toward a better life by signing up for a “Living Well with Chronic Conditions” workshop offered by Senior Services of Snohomish County. For information, please call Barb Thomas at 425-265-2283.


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Snohomish Health District www.snohd.org

Puget Sound Kidney Center 1005 Pacific Ave., Everett 98201

Local public health: shots, birth/death records, health reports, disease prevention, food safety, WIC/First Steps. Everett – 425-339-5220, TTY 425-339-5252

South – 425-744-1095

3020 Rucker Ave., Suite 108, Everett 98201

21309 44th Ave. W, Mountlake Terrace 98043

Lynnwood – 425-775-3522, TTY 425-778-5417

Smokey Point – 360-454-5280

6101 200th St. S.W., Suite 100, Lynnwood 98036

www.pskc.net

Everett – 425-259-5195

18828 Smokey Point Blvd., Arlington 98223

Outpatient hemodialysis, home hemodialysis, home peritoneal dialysis, information and referral.

King County Public Health – 206-296-4600, TTY relay 711

Sea Mar Community Health Center Marysville – 360-653-1742

Swedish/Mill Creek ER & Specialty Center – 425-357-3900

www.kingcounty.gov/healthservices

13020 Meridian Ave. S., Everett 98208 www.swedish.org/millcreek See advertisement on page 15

9710 State Ave., Marysville 98270

Monroe – 360-282-3885 17707 W. Main St., Suite 100, Monroe 98272 www.seamar.org

HOME CARE/HOME HEALTHCARE

Routine and preventative health care for migrant, minority and low income persons. Ask about other locations

Home care agencies provide assistance with activities of daily living such as personal care, transportation, meal preparation, light housekeeping, laundry, errands, and transportation.

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Talk to your Lyric provider for more information. Lyric is not appropriate for all patients. Individual results may vary. Lyric, distributed by Phonak LLC© 2012. All Rights Reserved.

15906 Mill Creek Blvd., Suite 102, Mill Creek  www.HearingAndBalanceLab.com


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All About Care – 425-678-8400

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Home health care agencies provide in-home services that include skilled nursing care, social workers, home health aides, and physical/occupational/speech therapy. Medicare or private insurance may cover services authorized by your physician. If you have concerns about quality of care provided by a home care provider, contact the Washington State Department of Health’s Investigation Hotline (see page 15.) Call Senior Information and Assistance (page 7) or visit the Senior Focus newspaper at www.srfocusnews. org (click on the Home Health Care tab) for tips to consider when hiring a home care provider. The following home care/home health care providers have paid a fee to be listed in this Resource Guide.

AHelping Hand – 877-281-7111 Call us any time – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week www.ahelpinghandnw.com

Affordable senior care and consulting www.allaboutcarenow.com See advertisement on this page

Andelcare – 425-283-0408, 800-319-5979 BBB award-winning home care services & senior advisors www.andelcare.com See advertisement on page 32

CareForce – 425-905-2404 Excellence in home care www.careforce.com See advertisement on page 32

Caregiver Network – 360-724-4456 Serving Snohomish, Skagit and Whatcom Counties www.caregiver-network.com Family Caregiver Resource Program – the gateway to information, consultation, supportive counseling and referrals. See program listing on page 12 or call 425-290-1240.

Helping Seniors Stay at Home Throughout Snohomish County

888-390-6068

www.cascadecompanioncare.com  Caring Companionship  Grocery Shopping & Errands  Light Housekeeping & Laundry  Bathing & Personal Care  Meal Planning & Preparation  Medication Reminders  Dementia & Hospice Care

All About Care makes it easy to find high quality caregivers and private duty nurses at an affordable price. Our care staff are compassionate, experienced and dependable. We have over 28 years experience providing quality care in King, Snohomish and Skagit counties

Services include:  Homemaker and Caregiving  Private Duty Nursing  Nurse Consulting and Care Planning  Mobile Nurse Foot Care Service

Call today to begin a free consultation: 425-678-8400 or e-mail us: info@AllAboutCareNow.com

www.AllAboutCareNow.com

Licensed, Bonded and Insured

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Providing the highest quality home care to seniors and people with disabilities for more than 30 years.  State licensed.  Services include housework, personal care (bathing, dressing), medication reminders, transportation, transfers to/from wheelchair, protective supervision, and more.  Hourly visits to round-the- clock, live-in care.  Highest caliber of staff assures clients the best quality in-home care services.

Accepts insurance, private pay, DSHS. Serves all income levels.

For a free in-home evaluation call

1-877-870-1582

Visit us on the web at www.ccsww.org

Caregivers & NursiNg serviCes rN/MsW supervisioN geriatriC Care MaNageMeNt CarepaCk traNsitioN serviCes LifeLiNe persoNaL aLarMs LoCaL oWNership siNCe 1999 reLiabiLity guaraNteed

425-905-2404 www.careforce.com

EXCELLENCE IN HOME CARE


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Dana’s Housekeeping – 425-355-4999

Cascade Companion Care – 888-390-6068

Personalized housecleaning services www.housecleaning.com

Helping seniors stay at home www.cascadecompanioncare.com See advertisement on page 31

Catholic Community Services – 877-870-1582 Providing quality home care for more than 30 years www.ccsww.org See advertisement on page 32

Companion Care – 425-488-7575, 877-440-7575 Quality care at a cost you can afford www.companioncareofwa.com See advertisement on page 32

Comprehensive Home & Companion Services 425-275-5858 Helping seniors & people with complex medical conditions www.chcservices.com See advertisement on page 34

 Personal Care  Meal Preparation  Errands/Shopping  Companionship  Light Housekeeping  Care Management

 Skilled Nursing and Nurse Delegation  Hourly/Live-in  24/7 Supervision  Comprehensive Background Checks

866-545-1092

www.familyresourcehomecare.com Washington State Licensed Home Care Agency Experienced  Dependable  Insured  Bonded

Evergreen Home Health – 425-899-3300 12040 N.E. 128th St., MS 103, Kirkland 98034 www.evergreenhealthcare.org

Family Resource Home Care – 866-545-1092 Your family – our commitment and kindness www.familyresourcehomecare.com See advertisement on this page

Fedelta Care Solutions – 206-362-2366, 425-999-8395 Need help? We have the solution for you www.fedeltacaresolutions.com See advertisement on page 34

Health People, Inc. – 425-454-1947 Excellence in caregiving is our standard www.healthpeople.com


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Someone You Know Needs Help. We Have the Solution for You.

Doctor-Owned & Operated Home Health Care Helping Seniors & People with Complex Medical Conditions Executive Team has Over 100 Year of Combined Healthcare Experience Complete Nursing Assessment ”Our parents really like their Fedelta caregivers. We were relieved at how quickly we could pass on the daily responsibilities to their capable hands.” – Jane L. from Bellevue

Private-Duty Home Health Aides, Skilled Services and Nurse Care Management L & I, LTC and Health Insurance Accepted

425-275-5858

In-Home Care Senior Housing Referrals

www.CHCServices.com

Fedelta Care Solutions provides professional, affordable, and timely solutions for you and your family.

Homewatch CareGivers

Call for a complimentary RN Home Care Assessment.

Dementia and 24-Hour Care Specialists  Bathing & Incontinence Care  Transfers & Hoyer Lift  Medication Assistance  Meal Preparation  Light Housekeeping  Transportation & Errands  1 to 24-Hour Care  Alzheimer & Dementia Care  Respite Care  End-of-Life Care

EVERETT  425.999.8395 SEATTLE  206.362.2366 EASTSIDE  425.454.4548

Call to sChedule a FRee in-home Consultation visit

www.fedeltacaresolutions.com

425-778-1288 (Sno/King)  206-363-4599 (Seattle) 360-240-9525 (Island/Skagit)  425-889-2627 (Eastside/S King) www.homewatchcaregivers.com/seattle


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ResCare HomeCare – 425-438-2600, 206-368-7667

Home & About – 425-775-2676, 888-873-6467

Helping seniors age in place www.rescarehomecare.com See advertisement on page 36

Serving the greater Snohomish and N. King county area www.HomeAndAbout.com See advertisements on page 64

Right at Home – 425-290-1714 We make it simple adding breathtaking moments to life... www.rahsnoco.com See advertisement on this page

Home Instead Senior Care – 425-670-2292 Locally owned and operated by an RN since 1996 www.homeinstead.com See advertisement on page 36

Senior Helpers – 425-454-2094 Homewatch Caregivers – 425-778-1288, 206-363-4599 Dementia and 24-hour care specialists www.homewatchcaregivers.com See advertisement on page 34

Homewell Senior Care – 425-967-1111, 206-440-5500 Trusted providers of compassionate care for seniors www.homewellseniorcare.com/seattle See advertisement on page 33

Providence Hospice / Homecare – 425-261-4801 of Snohomish County

2731 Wetmore Ave., Suite 500, Everett 98201

SERVICE ALTERNATIVES

We’re ready to help your family when you need us most www.seniorhelpers.com See advertisement on page 37

Service Alternatives – 425-870-4014 Home care to fit your needs www.my-homecare.com See advertisement on this page

Special Care Agency – 425-333-4114 DSHS approved. Serving Snohomish/King counties www.specialcareagency.com

Life.

Less complicated.

Home Care to Fit Your Needs        

Companionship Personal Care Housekeeping Meal Preparation Respite Services Transportation Assistance Medication Assistance Money Management

With our compassionate and skilled staff you get the quality support you need to live in your own home.

For a FREE consultation call

Service Alternatives 425.870.4014

www.my-homecare.com

Right at Home offers caregiving services for almost any family and practically any situation. Our in-home care lets loved ones enjoy life in the comfort of a familiar environment. And it lets you concentrate on caring instead of caregiving. Give us a call and let us develop a customer care plan for your loved ones today. 7-year background check and drug screen on all employees Licensed  Bonded  Insured – Locally owned and operated

425-290-1714

www.rahsnoco.com

909 S.E. Everett Mall Way, Suite C 319, Everett WA 98208


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Your Agency of Choice Companionship Light Housework Errands & Shopping Meal Preparation Medication Reminders Bathing Assistance

Our CAREGivers have Training – Bonding – Insurance Specialty Alzheimer’s Training National Criminal Background Checks Social Security Verifications Blog TB Tests – Drug Tests Washingtonhomecare.com We’re their employer We take care of their taxes and L&I

www.facebook.com/HomeInsteadSnohKing

425-670-2292 owned Locally rated p and o e RN by an 6. 9 since 19

Extraordinary Caring Compassionate

Each Home Instead Senior Care franchise office is independently owned and operated

www.homeinstead.com

HELPING SENIORS AGE IN PLACE • Personal Care & Bathing • Meal Preparation • Housekeeping & Laundry • Ambulation/Transfers • Transportation to Doctors and Shopping • And Much More! Payment options: Long-Term Care & Private Insurance, Workers’ Comp, VA, L&I, Private Pay & Medicaid (COPES, MPC, DDD, Respite)

425-438-2600 (for Medicaid)

206-368-7667

(for Private Pay /Insurance)

www.ResCareHomeCare.com

Keeping the comforts of home a reality for seniors and individuals with disabilities through compassionate, reliable care.  Trained Home Care Aides  Personal Care, Household Assistance, and Transportation  Licensed, Bonded, Insured  Medicaid and Private Pay

Sunrise Home Care Agency Serving Snohomish, Skagit, Whatcom, San Juan and Island Counties

Everett: 425-374-5880  800-808-9940 Mount Vernon: 360-336-0798  800-984-9044 www.sunrisecommunityliving.com

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Care. Comfort. Compassion.

Sunrise Home Care Agency – 425-374-5880, 360-336-0798 Keeping the comforts of home a reality www.sunrisecommunityliving.com See advertisement page 36

All at a moment’s notice.

SYNERGYHomeCare of Edmonds/Lynnwood – 425-462-5300 Serving the Pacific Northwest www.SynergyHomeCare.com

Visiting Angels – 425-348-9914, 866-348-9914

Senior Helpers stands ready to serve your

Offices in Everett, Bellingham and Mt. Vernon www.visitingangelswa.com See advertisement on this page

family’s immediate needs with a variety of personalized care plans. Our professional caregivers can provide assistance and

Volunteer Chore Services – 425-374-6303

companionship from one hour a day to 24

Catholic Community Services 1918 Everett Ave., Everett 98201

hours a day, seven days a week. Call today

Help with household tasks, yard work, shopping, and other essential errands for low to moderate-income elders and functionally disabled adults.

ww www.seniorhelpers.com

Visit Senior Services at www.sssc.org

Licensed IHS.FS.60023043, Bonded and insured. ©2012 SH Franchising, LLC

to learn more. 425-454-2094

STAY IN YOUR OWN HOME WITH OUR ANGELS ASSISTANCE  On call 24/7  Personalized case-by-case care  You choose your caregiver  All levels of care  1 to 24 hours of care  Comprehensive caregiver screening and testing

Call for a free in-home consultation Visit our website at www.VisitingAngelsWA.com Bellingham Office 4213 Rural Ave 360-671-8388 Toll free 866-522-6435

Mount Vernon Office 1222 Riverside Drive 360-424-6777 Toll free 888-264-3528

Everett Office 2532 Wetmore 425-348-9914 Toll free 866-348-9914


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Northwest Hospital & Medical Center– 206-364-0500

HOSPICE/PALLIATIVE CARE Hospice/palliative care serves those with terminal illnesses. Health care providers, chaplains and volunteers work together to meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of patients and their families.

Evergreen Hospice/Palliative Care Services and Hospice Center – 425-899-1040, 800-442-4546 12040 N.E. 128th St., MS 103, Kirkland 98034

Providence Hospice / Homecare of Snohomish County 425-261-4801 2731 Wetmore Ave., Suite 500, Everett 98201 www.providence.org/phhc

HOSPITALS/EMERGENCYCARE Cascade Valley Hospital – 360-435-2133

1550 N. 115th St., Seattle 98133 www.nwhospital.org

Providence Regional Medical Center – 425-261-2000 Colby Campus – 1700 13th St., Everett 98201 Pacific Campus – 916 Pacific Ave., Everett 98201 www.providence.org/everett

Swedish/Edmonds – 425-640-4000 21601 76th Ave. W., Edmonds 98026 www.swedish.org/edmonds

Swedish/Mill Creek ER & Specialty Center – 425-357-3900 13020 Meridian Ave. S., Everett 98208 www.swedish.org/millcreek See advertisement on page 15

Valley General Hospital – 360-794-7497

330 S. Stillaguamish Ave., Arlington 98223 www.cascadevalley.org

14701 179th Ave. S.E., Monroe 98272 www.valleygeneral.com

Minor Home Repair Minor Home Repair assists seniors (62+) and disabled homeowners by providing health and safety related repairs. • • • • • •

Plumbing and electrical repairs Furnace and heating system repairs Roof and chimney repairs Limited weatherization Security devices and locks Carbon monoxide detectors and smoke detectors • Ramp repairs, handrails and grab bars For eligibility information and application contact

Minor Home Repair • 425.265.2222 e-mail: mhr@sssc.org • web-site: www.sssc.org

Labor – no charge Materials – no charge or at cost Program funded by HUD

One call does it all

Residential/Commercial Griffin Remodeling is a full service remodeling company – established in 1989 – and is experienced in all phases of home remodeling. If you are planning a home improvement project, please call …

Griffin Remodeling 425-260-4497 425-280-6999 Licensed  Bonded  Insured GRIFFRI953J6

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Minor Home Repair Program– 425-265-2222

VAPuget Sound Health Care System– 800-329-8387

Senior Services of Snohomish County 11727 Airport Rd., Everett WA 98204-8714 www.sssc.org

1660 S. Columbian Way, Seattle 98108 www.pugetsound.va.gov

HOME REPAIRS An asterisk (*) alongside a name indicates a paid listing.

Community Housing Improvement Program– CHIP 425-257-8735

Health and safety related home repairs for low- and moderate-income seniors and disabled homeowners at low or no-cost. Must meet eligibility guidelines. Includes grab bars, assistive devices, smoke alarms, door locks, plumbing/sewer repairs, minor electrical and general carpentry repairs. See advertisement on page 38

2930 Wetmore Ave., Suite 8B, Everett 98201 www.everettwa.org / Search for Home Repair or CHIP

USDARural Development – 360-428-4322 ext. 4

Deferred payment housing rehabilitation loans to assist low-/moderate-income homeowners and renters in the city limits of Everett. Free inspection, design, and construction assistance from start to finish. See advertisement on this page

Grants and low interest loans for home repairs for rural homeowners who own and occupy the house/ mobile home.

2021 E. College Way, Suite 216, Mt. Vernon 98273

HOUSING/SENIOR APARTMENTS

Griffin Remodeling * – 425-260-4497, 425-280-6999

An asterisk (*) alongside a name indicates a paid listing.

One call does it all – residential and commercial. See advertisement on page 38

Broadway Plaza * – 425-303-1145

Need Home RepaiRs? No MoNthly PayMeNts, if qualified

 Roofing, chimney repairs  Foundations  Plumbing  Heating  Electrical  Stairs, sidewalk repairs  Bath/kitchen remodels  Handicap accessibility  Painting  Flooring

Serving Everett since 1977

For inFormation call the

Community Housing improvement program

425-257-8735 www.everettwa.org

Rehabilitation loans assist low and moderate income homeowners and renters in city limits of Everett.

3020 Broadway, Everett 98201 www.evha.org

Four Freedoms House of Seattle, Inc.

Life on beautiful Bitter Lake surrounded by delightful resident tended gardens. • Comfortable studio and one bedroom apartments Q Sen uality • Close to shopping ior L Com iv mun ing • Affordable rents ity • Utilities included with rent • On Metro bus route • Restaurant onsite – open to the public • Must be 62 or older; income limits apply

Call today for more information and application

206-364-2440

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Affordable Senior Apartment Homes Subsidized 62+ Communities Features & Amenities:

For information and application, call or email the community you are interested.

Lynnwood Lynn Crest

4626 194th St. S.W. 425.670.8273 email: lynncrest@coastmgt.com

Lynn Woods

4705 194th St. S.W. 425.670.8273 email: lynnwoods@coastmgt.com

Scriber Pointe

19912 Scriber Lake Rd. 425.670.8273 email: scriberpointe@coastmgt.com

Mtlk Terrace Tall Firs

23000 55th Ave. W. 425.670.8273 email: tallfirs@coastmgt.com

1 Bedroom Appx. 525 sq. ft.

 Social Service Coordinator and Community Manager  One bedroom and studio apartments  Laundry facilities on site  Community rooms with kitchen and outdoor patio for recreation and entertainment  Access-controlled buildings and emergency alert systems  All units are wheelchair accessible  Close to shopping and services  Income restrictions apply  Pets welcome

Monroe

Everett, continued

Village East

Lake Woods I

Lake Stevens

Meadow Park

864 Village Way 425.377.2080 email: villageeast@coastmgt.com

Hawkins House

9433 N. Davies Rd. 425.377.2080 email: hawkinshouse@coastmgt.com

Everett Evergreen Court

10809 16th Ave. S.E. 425.379.7728 email: evergreencourt@coastmgt.com

Evergreen Village

12705 Avondale Way 425.353.3898 email: evergreenvillage@coastmgt.com

Professionally managed by Coast Real Estate Services

12310 19th Pl. W. 425.353.3898 email: lakewoods@coastmgt.com 1611 128th St. S.W. 425.353.3898 email: meadowpark@coastmgt.com

Silver View

11109 16th Ave S.E. 425.379.7728 email: silverview@coastmgt.com

Silver Woods

10915 16th Ave S.E. 425.379.7728 e-mail: silverwoods@coastmgt.com


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vouchers for eligible applicants.

HOUSING/SENIOR APARTMENTS, CONTINUED

Everett Housing Authority – 425-258-9222

Housing Authority of Snohomish County 425-290-8499, TDD 425-290-5785

3107 Colby Ave., P.O. Box 1547, Everett 98206 www.evha.org

Affordable or subsidized apartments and Section 8 vouchers for eligible applicants in the City of Everett. Senior and disabled housing includes on-site service coordinator.

Four Freedoms House *– 206-364-2440

12625 4th Ave. W., Suite 200, Everett 98204 www.hasco.org

Rent subsidies and public housing apartments for seniors and low-income families. Available throughout Snohomish County.

Housing Social Services – 425-290-1271

747 N. 135th St., Seattle 98133 See advertisement on page 39

Senior Services of Snohomish County 11627 Airport Rd., Suite B, Everett 987204-8714 www.sssc.org

On-site social services for residents in select housing communities. Services include outreach, information and referral, group education and advocacy.

Henry M. Jackson Apartments *– 206-364-2440 751 N. 135th St., Seattle 98133 See advertisement on page 43

Housing Authority of King County – 206-574-1100 600 Andover Park W., Tukwila 98188 www.kcha.org

206-214-1300 – Section 8 Office 15455 65th Ave. S., Suite 200, Tukwila 98188

Transitional and subsidized housing and Section 8

Join 35,000 other seniors and read the Senior Focus newspaper.

To have your name added to the mailing list, simply call the Senior Focus office at 425-290-1277, send an e-mail to srfocus@ sssc.org, or visit us online at srfocusnews.org.

Affordable Senior Apartment Homes 62+ Community

One- and two-bedroom energy efficient units. Two-bedroom, $805; one-bedroom, $665 Rent includes water, garbage and sewer Free on-site laundry facilities Tub and shower combination with grab bars Emergency pull cords Close to shopping, bus lines, health services and outdoor activities (Thornton A. Sullivan Park)  Income restrictions apply. Section 8 welcome.  Pets welcome       

For information call 425.379.7728 or e-mail Evergreencottages@coastmgt.com 10809 16th Ave S.E., Everett 98208

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Affordable Senior Apartment Homes 55+ Communities

For information and application, call or email the community you are interested. Meadows 1, II, III 1115 Rainier Ave., Everett

425.252.6930

email: themeadows@coastmgt.com Rent starts at $530*

Lake Woods II 12404 19th Pl. W., Everett

425.353.3898

Features & Amenities:  Social Service Coordinators and Community Managers  One- and two-bedroom energy efficient apartments  Access-controlled buildings and emergency alert systems  Dishwashers, frost free refrigerators, electric range with self-cleaning oven, quality cabinetry  Large community rooms with kitchens and fireplaces that are available for private functions  On-site laundry facilities  All apartments wheelchair accessible  All buildings completely non-smoking  Convenient access to public transportation  Income restrictions apply  Pets welcome

Professionally managed by Coast Real Estate Services

email: lakewoods@coastmgt.com Rent starts at $636*

Pepperwood

19924 Scriber Lk. Rd., Lynnwood

425.670.8273 email: pepperwood@coastmgt.com Rent starts at $585*

*Rent subject to change. Includes water, sewer and garbage.

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Options for Seniors – 425-827-0894

Senior Services Housing

For the right choice in senior housing www.optionsforseniors.com

Senior Services of Snohomish County 11627 Airport Rd., Suite B, Everett 98204-8714 www.sssc.org

Affordable independent housing for eligible seniors at 18 locations in Snohomish County. Section 8 vouchers accepted. Apartment communities are designed for active seniors as well as those who need support services to live independently. For information about Senior Services housing, contact the community where you wish to reside. For 62+ HUD-subsidized communities, see page 40. For 55+ affordable senior apartment homes, see page 42 and Evergreen Cottages on page 41.

HOUSINGREFERRAL/PLACEMENT SERVICES The following housing referral/placement services have paid a fee to be listed in this Resource Guide.

House of Kindness – 206-473-9416

The Right Place – Senior Options, LLC– 206-604-5571 Expertise and compassion www.trpso.com

LEGAL SERVICES Address Confidentiality Program 800-822-1065, 360-753-2972 P.O. Box 257, Olympia 98507-0257 www.sos.wa.gov/acp

Provides substitute address and mail forwarding services for Washington State residents who are survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, trafficking and/ or stalking. Individual must be referred by a domestic violence or sexual assault program. Refer to Elder Abuse/Crime Assistance category on page 20. Join 35,000 other seniors and read the Senior Focus newspaper. To have your name added to the mailing list, simply call 425-290-1277 or send an email to srfocus@sssc.org

What suits your needs? See advertisement on this page

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HOUSE OF KINDNESS II

HUD Section 8 rent-assisted one-bedroom apartments

Barbara Kindness Senior Care Consultant

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• Utility allowance • Income limits apply • 63 units senior housing 62+ • 7 units for qualified disabled applicants • Metro bus route on site

Call today for more information and application

206-364-2440

751 N 135th St. • Seattle, WA

What Suits Your Needs? Independent Retirement Community? Assisted Living? Adult Family Home? Temporary Rehab? In-Home Care?

Call Barbara! (It’s Complimentary)

(206) 473-9416


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Advance Medical Directives – 425-513-1900, 800-422-2024 Information and documents to assist individuals with end-of-life decisions. The free packet includes the following forms: durable power of attorney for health care and health care directive (living will).

Protection Order Assistance Office – 425-388-3638 Snohomish County Clerk’s Office 3000 Rockefeller Ave., M/S 605, Everett 98201 www.snoco.org / Search for Protection Orders

Assists individuals in Superior Court to obtain a domestic violence protection order or anti- harassment order. Non-family protection orders may also be obtained through District Court.

Dispute Resolution Center – 425-339-1335, 800-280-4770 Volunteers of America 2801 Lombard Ave., Everett WA 98201 www.voaww.org

Small Claims Court – 425-388-3331 (Snohomish County)

Conflict resolution for those who are having difficulty resolving family issues, neighborhood disputes, and landlord/tenant or workplace conflicts.

www.snoco.org / Search for District Court 3000 Rockefeller Ave., M/S 508, Everett 98201 20520 68th Ave. W., Lynnwood 98036 415 E. Burke Ave., Arlington 98223 14414 179th Ave. S.E., Monroe 98272

Legal Services Hotline (Free)– 888-387-7111

Limited to claims of up to $5,000 for collection of money only. Must file locally. Filing fee, $39.

CLEAR*Sr program of the Northwest Justice Project www.nwjustice.org, www.washingtonlawhelp.org

Free legal advice and referral for people 60+ with noncriminal legal problems. Read the Senior Focus newspaper. Call 425-290-1277

Snohomish County Lawyer Referral Service – 425-388-3018 Snohomish County Bar Association

Referrals to attorneys in Snohomish/adjacent counties. $35 for first 30-minute consultation

Elder Law Attorney

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Lawrence P. Dolan has over 20 years experience in representing and assisting clients through the legal process. Our commitment to professionalism has built an active practice of clients who are confident in our legal services. It is the goal of our office to provide immediate and effective legal services to meet your specific needs. In the event your circumstances require the services of an attorney,we look forward to being of assistance to you.

425-775-5423

19109 36th Avenue W, Suite 204, Lynnwood, WA 98036 Web: lawrencedolanlaw.com

Memberships:

National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys Washington State Bar Association n Elder Law Section n Real Property, Probate and Trust Section

Snohomish County Bar Association

Snohomish County Estate Planning Council


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Elder Law Offices of Meyers & Avery – 425-303-0330

LEGAL SERVICES, CONTINUED

Snohomish County Legal Services – 888-387-7111 Free legal aid for eligible low-income residents of Snohomish County. Contact Clear*Sr (page 42) for referral.

LEGAL/ELDER LAWATTORNEYS The following attorneys have paid a fee to be included in this Resource Guide. Their inclusion does not imply they have limited their practice, are certified, or are specialists in the field of Elder Law.

2520 Colby Ave., Everett 98201 www.elderlaw-nw.com See advertisement on page 47

Hansen McConnell & Pellegrini PLLC– 360-658-6580 1636 3rd St., Marysville 98270 www.thirdstreetlaw.com See advertisement on page 46

Hickman Menashe, P.S. – 425-744-5658 4211 Alderwood Mall Blvd., Suite 202, Lynnwood 98036 www.hickmanmenashe.com

Adams & Duncan Lawyers – 425-339-8556 3128 Colby Ave., Everett 98201 www.adamslawyers.com See advertisement on this page

Peggy Sanders – 206-295-1902 Offices in Shoreline and Edmonds www.peggylsanders.com See advertisement on page 46

Lawrence Dolan – 425-775-5423 19109 36th Ave. W., Suite 204, Lynnwood 98036 www.lawrencedolanlaw.com See advertisement on page 44

Law Office of Neil R. Sarles – 206-682-1771 3418 N.E. 65th St., Suite A, Seattle 98115 www.sarles.com

EldEr law attornEy

Sarah duncan

Sarah Duncan is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA). Sarah is also a member of the American Bar Association real property and probate section, the Snohomish County Bar Association, and the Snohomish County Estate Planning Council.

ADAMS & DUNCAN LAWYERS

3128 Colby Avenue Everett, WA 98201 www.adamslawyers.com

Meeting the needs of Seniors & Their Families

425 · 339 · 8556

Wills & Trusts · Durable Powers of Attorney · Health Care Directives Probate & Trust Administration · Long Term Care Planning · Medicaid Planning


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Law Offices of Julianne Kocer, P.S. – 206-525-6919 Everett, Northgate and Bellevue locations www.kocerlaw.com

Planning With Purpose, Paul H. Grant – 425-939-9948 Creating plans that protect wealth and family values www.pwpestates.com

LEGISLATIVE/ADVOCACY AARP – 866-227-7457 9750 3rd Ave. N.E., Suite 450, Seattle 98115 www.aarp.org/wa

Legislative advocacy, research, informative programs and community service for people 50+

Legislative Information Center Hotline 800-562-6000, TTY 800-635-9993 www.leg.wa.gov

Information on bills and message center for state legislators, the Governor and Lieutenant Governor. Legislative documents can also be ordered.

Working for your security, independence and peace of mind  Estate Planning

 Living Trusts

 Incapacity, Long-term Care and Medicaid Planning

 Living Wills

 Powers of Attorney

 Pet Trusts

 Guardianships  Wills

 Probate

Puget Sound Alliance for Retired Americans 206-448-9646 2800 1st Ave., Suite 262, Seattle 98103 www.psara.org

Legislative advocacy and a monthly newsletter.

Senior Citizens’ Lobby – 360-754-0207 (Washington State) 1501 Capitol Way S., Suite 102, Olympia 98501 www.waseniorlobby.org

Advocacy groups that focus on senior citizen issues, develop Positions and determine actions to be taken to influence the legislative process.

Voter Registration – 425-388-3444 (Snohomish County) Snohomish County Auditor/Elections 3000 Rockefeller Ave., M/S 505, Everett 98201 www.snoco.org / Search for Elections

Voter registration forms are available at the Auditor’s office, libraries, public schools, city halls and post offices, or register online at www.vote.wa.gov. Ballots are mailed 19 days prior to an election. Call if you do not received a ballot.

Voter Registration – 206-296-8683 (King County)

Legal Checkup: Are You Up To Date? ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑

Will or Living Trust Powers of Attorney Living Will Beneficiary Designations Medicaid Planning

 Partnership Agreements

206-295-1902 peggy@peggylsanders.com  www.peggylsanders.com Serving Snohomish County and North King County

144 Railroad Ave. Suite 308, Edmonds 98020 19929 Ballinger Way NE. Suite 200, Shoreline 98155 Free parking  Handicap accessible Washington State Bar, Elder Law Section National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys Puget Sound Elder Alliance  Seattle Select Attorneys

Call: Paul S. McConnell

Attorney & Counsellor at Law Member: National Academy Elder Law Attorneys

www.thirdstreetlaw.com Hansen McConnell & Pellegrini PLLC 360-658-6580 • 1636 3rd St. • Marysville

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LIBRARIES Library services include large print books, audio books, bookmobile service to senior apartments/ mobile home parks, and home delivery of books and library materials to qualifying seniors.

Everett Public Library System www.epls.org

Main Branch, downtown – 425-257-8010 Evergreen Branch, South Everett – 425-257-8260 Outreach Services, bookmobile – 425-257-8006 King County Library System– 425-462-9600, 800-462-9600 www.kcls.org

Sno-Isle Regional Library System– 877-766-4753 www.sno-isle.org

Arlington – 360-435-3033 Brier – 425-483-0888 Camano Island – 360-387-5150 Darrington – 360-436-1600

Elder Law Offices of Meyers & Avery

Edmonds – 425-771-1933 Granite Falls – 360-691-6087 Lake Stevens – 425-334-1900 Lynnwood – 425-778-2148 Marysville – 360-658-5000 Mill Creek – 425-337-4822 Monroe – 360-794-7851 Mountlake Terrace – 425-776-8722 Mukilteo – 425-493-8202 Snohomish – 360-568-2898 Stanwood – 360-629-3132 Sultan – 360-793-1695 Outreach Services – 360-651-7059, 877-766-4753

LIFELINE/EMERGENCYRESPONSE SYSTEMS Electronic device worn as a pendant or wristband which allows an individual to call for help in an emergency. A 24-hour monitoring center contacts emergency medical services, family or neighbors designated to provide assistance.

CareForce Lifeline – 425-712-1999 Cascade Valley Hospital Lifeline – 360-618-7850

 Medicaid and Medicare Planning  Multi-Generation Estate Planning  Durable Powers of Attorney  Special Needs Trusts  Elder Abuse and Personal Injury  Probate and Trust Estate Administration  Guardianships  Veterans Long Term Care Benefits

Barry M. Meyers Certified as an Elder Law Attorney since 2003 by the National Elder Law Foundation Named a Super Lawyer by Washington Law and Politics Magazine annually since 2007 Member: National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys Washington does not recognize certification of specialties in the practice of law. The certificate, award or recognition is not a requirement to practice law in the State of Washington.

425-303-0330

www.elderlaw-nw.com 2520 Colby Ave., Everett WA 98201

Providence Lifeline – 425-261-4828 Senior Services Lifeline – 425-513-1900, 800-422-2024 MedicAlert + Safe Return – 888-572-8566 Alzheimer’s Association

24-hour nationwide emergency response system for individuals who are memory impaired. Enrollment includes a bracelet/pendant and wallet card with personalized identification information.

Project Lifesaver – 425-388-3825 Snohomish County Volunteer Search and Rescue 3000 Rockefeller Ave., M/S 606, Everett 98201 www.snoco.org

Safety net for vulnerable individuals who have a tendency to wander. Clients wear bracelets that emit a radio signal which significantly reduces search time.


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Professional Medical Corp – 206-366-9543, 800-741-3996

MEDICAL EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES The following medical equipment/supplies companies have paid a fee to be listed in this Resource Guide.

12545 Lake City Way N.E., Seattle 98125 www.professionalmedicalcorp.com

Safe Bathtub, Inc. – 877-387-8827 Advantage Elevator/Accessibility Systems Corp 425-806-6044

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Therapeutic Resources, Inc – 800-488-8492 16000 Bothell Everett Hwy., Suite 200, Mill Creek 98012 www.trimedsupply.com

CESCOMedical Supply – 425-672-4328, 877-552-3726 21829 Highway 99, Edmonds 98026 www.cesco-medical.com

MENTAL HEALTH/COUNSELING Care Crisis Response Services 425-258-4357, 800-584-3578

Erickson Furniture – 425-259-3876

Volunteers of America P.O. Box 839, Everett 98206 www.voaww.org

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Telephone crisis intervention and access to emergency mental health services 24 hours a day.

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Compass Health – 425-349-6200, 800-457-9303 4526 Federal Ave, Everett 98203

UW/ Northwest Hospital Geropsychiatric Center 206-368-1747 1550 N. 115th St., Seattle 98133

Individual and group treatment, case management, crisis triage and stabilization, residential services, housing services and psychiatric services for eligible persons.

Inpatient and outpatient treatment options for persons 60+ including individual counseling, group therapy, medication management, family education and support. See advertisement on this page

Geriatric Depression Screening Program 425-740-3787, 800-422-2024

Older Adult Mental Health Access Program 425-290-1260, 800-422-2024

Senior Services of Snohomish County 11627 Airport Rd., Suite B, Everett 98204-8714 www.sssc.org

Presentations that focus on strategies to promote positive mood and healthy aging including lifestyle issues, stress management, relaxation techniques, depression awareness and community resources. Confidential in-home screening for depression, with follow-up referral and advocacy. Limited short-term counseling may be available. All services are free.

Hope Options – 425-303-1106 Everett Housing Authority 3020 Broadway Ave., Everett 98201

Senior Services of Snohomish County 11627 Airport Rd., Suite B, Everett 98204-8714 www.sssc.org

Information and assistance to Snohomish County residents age 60+ in accessing mental health or chemical dependency services. Inquiries and referrals are welcome from individuals, family members or community providers. Senior Services Mission: To promote independence, preserve dignity and enhance the quality of life through the provision of services for older adults and people with disabilities. Visit www.sssc.org or call 425-355-1112.

Intervention and case management for seniors with mental health or behavioral issues who may be at risk of losing their housing.

In-Home Mental Health Services 206-923-6300, 800-548-0558 Evergreen Healthcare

In-home mental health counseling for homebound persons. Accepts Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance and sliding fee scale.

You’ve known them for so long. Now something has changed.

Mental Health Professionals – (County Designated) 425-388-7215 Snohomish County Division of Mental Health 3000 Rockefeller Ave., M/S 305, Everett 98201

24-hour outreach and access for mental health emergencies and evaluation to determine need for involuntary commitment (ITA). FYI: Depression is not a normal part of aging. Emotional experiences of sadness, grief, and temporary “blue” moods are normal. Persistent depression that interferes significantly with ability to function is not.

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Refugee & Immigrant Services Northwest – 425-388-9307

MENTAL HEALTH/COUNSELING, CONTINUED

Everett Community College 2000 Tower St., Everett 98201

Senior Peer Counseling Program 425-290-1252, 800-422-2024 Senior Services of Snohomish County 11627 Airport Rd., Suite B, Everett 98204-8714 www.sssc.org

Confidential in-home counseling to help individuals cope with life changes or losses is provided by trained senior volunteers. Support groups countywide. All services are free for individuals age 60+.

ESL and citizenship classes, GED completion, vocational skills training, job search and placement services, individual and family counseling, and bicultural/bilingual support services for refugees, immigrants and ethnic minorities.

U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services – 800-375-5283 800-870-3676 – forms request line 12500 Tukwila International Blvd., Seattle 98168 www.uscis.gov

MULTICULTURAL SERVICES

Naturalization or other immigration forms.

Multicultural Senior Center – 425-754-9110 11627 Airport Rd. S., Suite F, Everett 98204 www.sssc.org

REALTORS/REAL ESTATE SERVICES

Culturally specific meals, on-site social services through Senior Information & Assistance, classes and other services. Chinese Seniors Group – 425-290-1249 Filipino Seniors Group – 425-514-3185 Hispanic/Latino Seniors Group – 425-514-3186 Korean Seniors Group – 425-290-1274 Vietnamese Seniors Group – 425-290-1256

The following realtors have paid a fee to be included in this Resource Guide

Ruth Herren, Realtor, ABR, SRES, CBA– 425-879-4965 Windermere Real Estate/Lake Stevens, Inc. e-mail: rherren@windermere.com

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Bekins Moving & Storage – 206-391-1048

Judy & Don Scorgie– 425-320-8485

Moving and storage needs from one reliable source www.bekinsmovingandstorage.com

Windermere Real Estate/GH LLC/Mukilteo www.judyanddonscorgie.com See advertisement on this page

Sandy R. Morton – 425-210-1252 Windermere Real Estate/GH LLC/Mukilteo www.sandymorton.com See advertisement on page 50

Patty Weeda – 425-348-1152 Windermere Real Estate/Arlington email: pattyweeda@windermere.com See advertisement on inside back cover

RELOCATION/TRANSITIONAL SERVICES The following relocation/transitional services have paid a fee to be listed in this Resource Guide.

Assisted Transitions – 206-841-6440 Personalized move management www.assistedtransitions.net

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Judy & Don Scorgie Senior Real Estate Specialists

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Next Step Transitions, Inc. – 206-276-7271 Is there a move in your future? www.nextsteptransitions.com See advertisement on page 50

RETIREMENT/ASSISTEDLIVINGCOMMUNITIES Retirement/Assisted Living Communities Retirement/assisted living communities offer a variety of living arrangements and services. They may provide independent apartments, private rooms or semi-private rooms. Some units have full kitchens or kitchenettes; all offer at least one meal per day served in a community dining room. Generally provided in the rent are utilities, meals, weekly housekeeping and linen laundry. Assisted living services, such as personal care, may be offered for an additional charge. For information about selecting a retirement/assisted living community call Senior Information and Assistance (page 7) or visit www.srfocusnews.org and click on the Retirement/Assisted Living Communities tab. The following retirement/assisted living communities have paid a fee to be listed in this Resource Guide.

Cascade Valley Senior Living/Memory Care – 360-435-3222 8400 207th Pl. N.E., Arlington 98223 www.lifestylesllc.com See advertisement on page 12

Chateau at Bothell Landing – 425-485-1155 17543 102nd Ave. N.E., Bothell 98011 www.chateauretirement.com

Chateau Pacific – 425-787-9693 3333 148th St. S.W., Lynnwood 98087 www.chateauretirement.com

Clare Bridge Lynnwood – 425-774-3300 18706 36th Ave. W., Lynnwood 98037

Clare Bridge Silver Lake – 425-337-6336 Windermere Real Estate/GH LLC 12003 Mukilteo Speedway, Ste. 101 Mukilteo WA 98275-5733

2015 Lake Heights Dr., Everett 98208 www.brookdaleliving.com See advertisement on back cover


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Emeritus at Seabrook – 425-347-0372 11333 3rd Pl. W., Everett 98204 www.emeritus.com

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Emeritus at Silver Lake – 425-338-3227 12806 Bothell-Everett Hwy., Everett 98208 www.emeritus.com

Emeritus at Snohomish – 360-568-1900 1124 Pine Ave., Snohomish 98290 www.emeritus.com

Everett Plaza Assisted Living – 425-374-0170 2204 12th St., Everett 98201 www.everettplazaassistedliving.com

Foundation House at Bothell – 425-402-9606 17502 102nd Ave. N.E., Bothell 98011 www.fhbothell.com See advertisement on page 54

Garden Court Retirement Community – 425-438-9080 520 112th St. S.W., Everett 98204 www.gardencourtretirement.com See advertisement on page 52

Grandview Village – 360-653-2223 5800 64th St. N.E., Marysville 98270 www.villageconcepts.com

Harbour Pointe Retirement & Assisted Living Center 425-493-8555 10200 Harbour Place, Mukilteo 98275 www.hpretire.com

Josephine Sunset Home – 360-629-2126 9901 272nd Pl. N.W., Stanwood 98292 www.josephinenet.com See advertisement on page 55

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Monroe* (360) 282-5889 Mountlake Terrace (425) 329-4342 Northgate (206) 453-2064 Northgate Plaza (206) 204-5389 Olympia (360) 489-6712 Puyallup (253) 200-1306 Queen Anne (206) 204-5236 Renton Centre (425) 243-2941

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At Overlake Terrace Retirement Living you bring your Attitude and the Fun is on Us! We are determined to never settle for becoming a program of care, but always stretch to be people who care, caring for people. Call us today for more information or to schedule a tour of the community

2956 152nd Ave NE  Redmond, WA 98052 425.883.0495  www.overlaketerrace.com

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17502 102nd Avenue NE, Bothell 425.402.9606 www.fhbothell.com

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North Creek – 425-483-8927 1907 201st Pl. S.E., Bothell 98012 www.retirementperfected.com/northcreek See advertisement on page 54

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Overlake Terrace – 425-883-0495 2956 152nd Ave. N.E., Redmond 98052 www.overlaketerrace.com See advertisement on page 54

Sunrise View Retirement Villa/Convalescent Center 425-353-4040 2520 Madison St., Everett 98203 www.sunriseview.org See advertisement on this page

 Outpatient Physical, Occupational, Speech Therapy  Childcare, Montessori and ECEAP programs

Vineyard Park at Bothell Landing – 425-485-8900 10519 E. Riverside Dr., Bothell 98011 www.vineyardpark.net

WarmBeach Senior Community – 360-652-4593 20420 Marine Dr., Stanwood 98292 www.warmbeach.org

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REVERSE MORTGAGES An asterisk (*) alongside a name indicates a paid listing.

Solid Ground – housing counseling 206-694-6766, 866-297-4300 1501 N. 45th St., Seattle 98103 www.solid-ground.org

Leave a message; a counselor will return your call. Reverse Equity Mortgage Counseling

Free information and counseling regarding reverse equity mortgages which allow seniors to borrow against the value of their homes. Loan repayment is not required until the homeowner vacates the home.

Edmonds Senior Center – 425-774-5555 220 Railroad Ave., P.O. Box 717, Edmonds 98020 www.edmondssc.org

Granite Falls Senior Center – 360-691-7177 302 S. Granite Ave., P.O. Box 714, Granite Falls 98252

Ken Baxter (Marysville) Senior Center – 360-363-8450 514 Delta Ave., Marysville 98270 www.marysvillewa.gov

Kenmore – 425-489-0707 6910 N.E. 170th St., Kenmore 98028

Foreclosure Prevention

Lake Stevens Senior Center – 425-335-0345

Information and advocacy regarding foreclosure prevention, options (including repayment plan), timeline and process.

2302 Soper Hill Rd., P.O. Box 205, Lake Stevens 98258

Mortgage Advisory Group * – 425-350-5600 Karen Stubrud, MLO71806 Reverse Mortgage Specialist email: kstubrud@magloans.net

Lynnwood Senior Center – 425-670-5050 19000 44th Ave. W., Lynnwood 98036 www.ci.lynnwood.wa.us

Mill Creek Senior Center – 425-948-7170 S1L-halverson35x45.qxp 4/8/11 2:38 PM 15720 Main St., Suite 210, Mill Creek 98012 www.northshoreseniorcenter.org

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Security 1 Lending * – 425-257-1188 Linnea Halverson, Reverse Mortgage Specialist See advertisement on this page

SENIOR CENTERS Senior centers offer social, recreational and educational programs. Services may include meals, health services, housing, legal clinics, support groups, transportation, and volunteer opportunities. See page 50 for multicultural services/senior center

“My approach is simple; treat my senior clients as I would treat my own family, with the same level of education, care and service that I would provide for my own parents and grandparents.”

Reverse Mortgages Programs: • Available to Seniors 62 and older • FHA-Insured Program • No income or credit score requirements • More options – New lower cost programs

Also Providing Solutions to Local Professionals:

Camano Senior Center – 360-387-0222

• Financial Planners – Creative uses for retirement and estate planning

606 Arrowhead Road, Camano Island 98282

• Eldercare Advisors – Generate cash flow to fund in-home care plan

Carl Gipson (Everett) Senior Center – 425-257-8780 3025 Lombard Ave., Everett 98201 www.everettwa.org/seniors

Linnea Petrie Halverson Reverse Mortgage Specialist

• Speaking Engagements – Reverse Mortgage Educational Seminars

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Cascade (Darrington) Seniors – 360-436-0646 Specializing in Reverse Mortgages

1115 Darrington St., P.O. Box 843, Darrington 98241 Toll Free

East County (Monroe) Senior Center – 360-794-6359 276 Sky River Parkway, P.O. Box 602, Monroe 98272 www.eastcountyseniorcenter.org

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Mountlake Terrace Seniors Group – 425-672-2407 5605 235th St. S.W., Mountlake Terrace 98043

Mukilteo Seniors – 425-263-8180 304 Lincoln Ave., Mukilteo 98275

Northshore (Bothell) Senior Center – 425-487-2441 10201 E. Riverside Dr., Bothell 98011-3708 www.northshoreseniorcenter.org Computer classes, which cover a wide range of topics, are offered at many local senior centers and are very popular with seniors.

Senior centers … a place to live life, learn and laugh Why go to a senior center? Because they provide the perfect opportunity to socialize with other seniors and they offer a variety of services, special programs and activities including: Classes: arts/crafts, foreign languages, current events,

quilting, sewing, jewelry making, computers … Cards & games: pinochle, cribbage, bridge, bingo,

mah-jongg, chess, bunco … Health & fitness: walking & bicycling groups,

strength/balance training, yoga, the EnhanceFitness program, health fairs … Activities: noon meal, ballroom dances, table tennis,

Wii bowling, outdoor recreation/activities, entertainment, special presentations, day and overnight trips, special interest clubs, volunteer opportunities …

For a full schedule of activities, contact your local senior center today Carl Gipson

East County

Edmonds

Lynnwood

(Everett) (Monroe) (Edmonds) (Lynnwood) 425-257-8780 360-794-6359 425-774-5555 425-670-5050

Ken Baxter

Mill Creek

Northshore

(Marysville) 360-363-8450

(Mill Creek)

425-948-7170

(Bothell) 425-487-2441

Snohomish

Stanwood

Stillaguamish

(Snohomish) 360-568-0934

(Stanwood) 360-629-7403

(Arlington) 360-653-4551

Shoreline/Lake Forest Park – 206-365-1536 18560 1st Ave. N.E., Suite 1, Shoreline, WA 98155

Sky Valley (Sultan) Senior Center – 360-793-2400 617 1st St., Sultan 98294

Snohomish Senior Center – 360-568-0934 506 4th St., P.O. Box 1426, Snohomish 98290

www.snohomishcenter.org

Stanwood Community & Senior Center – 360-629-7403 7430 276th St. N.W., Stanwood 98292 www.stanwoodseniorcenter.org

Stillaguamish Senior Center – 360-653-4551 18308 Smokey Point Blvd., Arlington 98223. www.stillycenter.com

Tulalip Tribal Senior Center – 360-716-4684 7300 Totem Beach Rd., Tulalip 98271

SUPPORT GROUPS Support groups assist individuals and families by providing social and emotional support, education and information about community resources. For information about support groups, call Senior Information and Assistance at 425-513-1900.

TRANSPORTATION AARP Driver Safety – 888-227-7669 Classroom and online retraining course for licensed drivers 50+. Graduates may qualify for auto insurance discounts.


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Disabled Parking Permits – 425-388-3371 – option 6

Community Transit Customer Information Service 425-353-7433, 800-562-1375, TTY Dial 7 1 1

Snohomish County Auditor’s Vehicle Licensing Office 3000 Rockefeller Ave., M/S 306, Everett 98201 www.snoco.org / search for Disabled Parking

7100 Hardeson Rd., Everett 98203 www.communitytransit.org

Trip planning, customer comments and transit information. Interpreters available for non-English speaking customers.

Community Transit RideStore – 425-348-2350 20110 46th Ave W., Lynnwood Mailing address: 7100 Hardeson Rd., Everett 98203

Transit information, ORCA pass sales, lost and found department. Regional Reduced Fare Permits are offered to seniors 65+ and disabled persons.

Community Transit‘s Travel Training Program 425-348-2379 7100 Hardeson Rd., Everett 98203

Free program teaches seniors and people with disabilities how to ride the fixed route bus systems.

A disabled parking application may be obtained at the Auditor’s office and/or vehicle licensing sub-agency. An application may also be downloaded from www. dol.wa.gov. Search for Disabled Parking.

Everett ParaTransit – 425-257-8801 3225 Cedar St., Everett 98201

Transportation within the Everett Transit Service area for persons who are ADA eligible and Everett residents, 65+. $1 each time your board.

Everett Transit Customer Service Center 425-257-7777, TTY 425-257-7778 3201 Smith Ave., Suite 136, Everett 98201

Public transportation throughout the City of Everett. Seniors 65+ and disabled persons ride “fare free” with Regional Reduced Fare Permit. Permit available at the Customer Service Center. Cost is $3.

Department of Licensing – Washington State www.dol.wa.gov Driver’s license or photo ID for non-drivers and applications for disabled placard/plate. Everett – 425-356-2966

King County Metro Access Transportation 206-263-3113 Eligibility, 206-205-5000 Rideline

5313 Evergreen Way, Everett 98203

Transportation for people with disabilities in King County.

Lynnwood – 425-672-3409 18023 Highway 99, Suite E, Lynnwood 98037

Smokey Point – 360-653-1545 3704 172nd St. N.E., Suite K-1, Arlington 98223

Dial-A-Ride Transportation (DART) 425-347-5912, 800-562-1381 FAX 425-355-9710 11323 Commando Rd. W., Suite 215, Everett 98204-3532 www.dialaride.org, www.sssc.org

Bus service for people who are unable to use Community Transit’s fixed route bus system due to health condition or disability. Buses are wheelchair accessible. DART connects people to services, health care, senior centers, shopping, recreation and more. Clients must meet ADA eligibility requirements. Senior Services contracts with Community Transit to provide Dial- A-Ride Transportation.

EXC-TR-1240 821 2nd Ave., Suite 1240, Seattle 98104 www.kingcounty.gov

Medicaid Transportation – Hopelink 855-766-7433, TTY 800-246-1646 14812 Main St., Bellevue 98007 www.hope-link.org

Transportation for HCA Medicaid recipients to and from covered medical services.

ORCAcard – 888-988-6722, TTY Relay 711 www.orcacard.com ORCA card offers the convenience of paying a fare whether traveling by bus, train or ferry in the Puget Sound area. A Regional Reduced Fare Permit ORCA card is required for seniors or disabled passengers paying a reduced fare. Medicare cardholders are eligible for the permit.


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SnoTrac – 425-265-2227, 425-265-2226 11323 Commando Rd. W., Suite 215, Everett 98204-3532 www.sssc.org

Coalition of local agencies that are working to develop a coordinated transportation system that serves people, who because of physical or mental disability, income, or age, are unable to transport themselves or purchase transportation.

Transportation Assistance Program(TAP) 425-423-8517 Senior Services of Snohomish County 8225 44th Ave. W., Suite O, Mukilteo 98275 www.sssc.org

Retired Activities Office – 425-304-3775 Naval Station Everett

13910 45th Ave. N.E., Room 818, Marysville 98271

Information and assistance for U.S. uniformed services retirees, family member and surviving spouses when applying for services and benefits.

Snohomish County Veterans Assistance Fund Program 425-388-7255 3000 Rockefeller Ave., M/S 305, Everett 98201

Emergency financial assistance for rent, utilities and food for those who honorably served on active duty in the U.S. military. Also available to the widow of a veteran and eligible dependents.

Transportation for older adults and people with disabilities who live outside the DART and Everett Para Transit service area (primarily rural Snohomish County). Connects people to health care, senior centers, shopping, dining, recreation and more.

VAPuget Sound Health Care System 206-762-1010, 800-329-8387

Volunteer Transportation – 425-374-6336, 888-240-8572

Retired and Senior Volunteer Program(RSVP) 425-374-6374

Catholic Community Services 1918 Everett Ave., Everett 98201

Transportation for health care and essential errands on a pre-authorized basis.

VETERANS SERVICES/PROGRAMS Department of Veterans Affairs (Washington State) 425-304-1223 – Services office 2711 Oakes Ave., Everett 98201

Assistance completing U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs benefit forms to establish benefits.

800-562-2308 – Olympia office 1102 Quince St. S.E, P.O. Box 41155, Olympia 98504

Information and assistance applying for federal and state services and programs.

Network of Care http://snohomish.wa.networkofcare.org A one-stop-shop for virtually all services, information, support, advocacy, and more for service members, veterans and their families. Contact Snohomish County Veterans Assistance Fund Program if you do not have access to the internet (see listing on this page).

1660 S. Columbian Way, Seattle 98108 www.pugetsound.va.gov

VOLUNTEER PROGRAMS

Catholic Community Services 1918 Everett Ave. Everett, 98201

Matches experiences, skills and interests of adults, 55+, who wish to volunteer with local organizations.

United Way of Snohomish County Volunteer Center 425-374-5534 www.uwsc.org Easy-to-search database lists volunteer opportunities at over 120 agencies. Click on the Volunteer tab.

Senior Services Volunteer Opportunities 425-513-1900 Senior Services of Snohomish County 8225 44th Ave W., Suite O, Mukilteo 98275

Senior Services has volunteer opportunities where you can make a difference in the life of an older adult. Opportunities include: SHIBA Helpline (see listing on page 29); Senior Peer Counseling (see listing on page 50); Victims of Crime Assistance (see listing on page 20); Meals on Wheels (see Senior Nutrition listing on page 25).


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Leave a Legacy and Help Seniors in Snohomish County

Dear Friends of Senior Services In a perfect world, every older adult would have nearby relatives or neighbors to make regular visits, prepare meals, make small home repairs or take them to the store. But too many seniors in Snohomish County have no such support system. They are isolated and alone. We have a vision in which older adults, people with disabilities, and those who care for them will have access to all the resources and services needed to maintain independence, promote healthy aging, and live a quality life. Through programs such as meals on wheels, housing, transportation and social services, Senior Services of Snohomish County is working to help make this vision a reality. If you share our vision and have an interest in leaving a legacy that will help seniors in our community, please consider remembering Senior Services in your will or estate plans. For information, contact Janet Duncan at jduncan@sssc.org or 425-290-1262. Jim Steinruck, CEO Senior Services of Snohomish County

Answers to questions about leaving a bequest to Senior Services What is a bequest? A bequest provides a specific amount of money, a percentage of an estate, or a specific piece of property to a charitable organization at the time of death. For most people, this involves naming a charity as a beneficiary in a will, life insurance policy or retirement plan, or by making a gift of real estate. What is the benefit of making such a gift? A planned gift offers a charitable-minded person the opportunity to leave a special legacy without compromising his or her current financial situation or family inheritance priorities. Some planned gifts can offer immediate tax benefits during life as well. Is it difficult or complicated to leave a planned gift? Not typically. The first step is to contact an attorney who can advise you on setting up a gift that ensures your wishes are followed. Why does Senior Services of Snohomish County want to know that I have named it as a beneficiary in my estate plans? When a generous donor includes Senior Services of Snohomish County in his/her will or estate plans, we want to have the opportunity to express our heartfelt appreciation for the gesture. Knowing about future planned gifts also helps us plan to meet the growing needs of our community.

8225 44th Ave. W., Suite O, Mukilteo WA 98275-2811 425.355.1112  www.sssc.org


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Finding the right service at the right time Call Senior Information and Assistance for help Senior Information & Assistance is the gateway for information and access to services for older adults and family caregivers in Snohomish County. Information and Assistance specialists will provide supportive consultation and offer assistance with exploring options and coordinating services. Multicultural specialists provide outreach and information to adults 60 and older in the Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, Latino/Hispanic, Filipino, and Russian/Ukrainian communities.

Information and referral to a variety of community services such as:  In-home care services  Housing options and home repair  Residential care options  Health care and insurance programs  Mental health programs  Family caregiver support  Nutrition services  Legal services  Transportation  plus many more…

Give us a call. We’re here to help …

425.513.1900 or toll free 800.422.2024 You can also find resource information on our web-site: www.sssc.org

8225 44th Ave. W., Suite O, Mukilteo 98275-2811 TTY 425.347.7997  Fax 425.290.5445


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A LPHAB ETICAL IND EX AARP............................................................. 46 AARPDriver Safety.........................................58 Adult Day Care/RespiteServices...................... 9 Adult Family Homes....................................9-11 Adult ProtectiveServices Hotline...................20 Allianceof PeoplewithdisAbilities.................18 Alzheimer’s Assn............................................26 AmericanCancer Society................................26 AmericanDiabetes Assn.................................27 AmericanHeart/StrokeAssn..........................27 AmericanLungAssn.......................................27 AmericanParkinsonDiseaseAssn..................27 Arthritis Foundation.......................................27 Attorney General’s Office...............................14 BasicFoodProgram(FoodStamps)................25 Better Business Bureau..................................14 CareManagers...............................................11 Care/Transitional HealthCenters...............13-14 Caregiver/RespiteServices.............................12 Community HealthCenter Dental Clinics........16 Community HealthCenter Medical Clinics......29 CHIP- Community HousingImprovement Program......................................................39 Community Transit Customer Information Services.......................................................59 Community Transit Travel TrainingProgram..59 Consumer ProtectionAgencies..................14-16 CreativeRetirement Institute.........................19 Dental Care/Services.................................16-18 Dept. of (Drivers) Licensing............................59 Dept. of Veterans Affairs............................... 60 Dept. of Social & HealthServices..................... 7 Community ServiceOffices HomeandCommunity ServiceOffices Dial-A-RideTransportation............................59 Disability Resources..................................18-19 DisabledParkingPermits...............................59 DisputeResolutionCenter............................. 44 Divisionof Developmental Disabilities...........18 DomesticViolenceHotline.............................20 Education/RecreationOpportunities.........19-20 Elder Abuse/CrimeAssistance........................20 EldercareLocator Service................................ 7 Emergency Assistance....................................21 Employment/JobTraining..............................21 Energy/WeatherizationPrograms.............21-22

Energy AssistanceProgram. ..........................21 Everett Gospel Mission...................................21 Men’s andWomen’s missions Everett HousingAuthority..............................41 Everett ParaTransit.........................................59 Family Caregiver ResourceProgram...............12 Family Caregiver ResourceCenters.................12 Financial Services..................................... 22-23 Food/ NutritionServices................................25 FoodStamps (BasicNutritionProgram).........25 Foster Grandparent Program.........................21 Funeral/CremationServices...........................26 GeriatricDepressionScreening. ....................49 HealthOrganizations............................... 26-27 Health- Medicare/Insurance.....................27-29 HealthServices/Clinics............................. 29-30 HomeCare/HomeHealthCare..................31-37 HomeRepair Programs..................................39 Hospice/PalliativeCare Services....................38 Hospitals/Emergency Care.............................39 Housing/Senior Apartments . ................. 39-43 HousingAuthority of SnohomishCounty.......41 HousingReferral/Placement Services............43 InsuranceCommissioners office.....................15 Lawyer Referral Service................................. 44 Legal Services.......................................... 43-45 Legal/Elder LawAttorneys.......................45-46 LegislativeAdvocacy Groups......................... 46 LegislativeHotline......................................... 46 Libraries.........................................................47 Lifeline/Emergency ResponseSystems..........47 LongTermCareOmbudsman.........................16 Master Gardeners...........................................19 Medical Equipment/Supplies........................ 48 Medicare........................................................27 MedicareBeneficiary Helpline........................29 MedicineReturn(disposal) Program.............29 Mental Health/CounselingServices......... 48-50 Minor HomeRepair........................................39 Multicultural Services.....................................50 MultipleSclerosis Society...............................27 National Parks/ America TheBeautiful Pass..........................19 NorthSound211........................................... 7 Older Adult Mental HealthAccess Program....49 ORCAcard......................................................59

ProjectEnhance..............................................19 Project Pride..................................................21 Property Tax Reduction..................................23 ProtectionOrder AssistanceOffice................ 44 PUDSenior/Low-IncomeDiscounts................22 Puget SoundBloodCenter.............................29 Puget SoundKidney Center............................30 Realtors/Real EstateServices................... 50-51 Relocation/Transitional Services....................51 RespiteCareProgram....................................12 Retired& Senior Volunteer Program............. 60 Retirement/AssistedLivingCommunities ................................................................ 51-55 ReverseMortgages........................................57 SalvationArmy...............................................21 Sea Mar Dental Clinic......................................17 Sea Mar HealthCenter....................................30 Senior Center Employment Offices.................21 Senior Centers...........................................57-58 Senior Citizens Lobby.................................... 46 Senior Information& Assistance..................... 7 Senior NutritionProgram. .............................25 Senior Peer Counseling...................................50 Senior Services Housing.................................43 SHIBAHelpLine..............................................29 SightConnection............................................18 Small Claims Court........................................ 44 SnohomishHealthDistrict..............................30 SnoTrac.......................................................... 60 Social Security Administration.......................23 SolidGround/HousingCounseling.................57 St. Vincent DePaul..........................................21 Support Groups..............................................58 TheArcof SnohomishCounty.........................19 TransportationOptions............................58-60 TransportationAssistanceProgram.............. 60 UnitedWay Volunteer Center........................ 60 VAPuget SoundHealthCareSystem............. 60 Veterans Programs........................................ 60 Volunteer Programs...................................... 60 Volunteer Transportation.............................. 60 Voter Registration......................................... 46 WashingtonStateParks Passes......................20 WeatherizationProgram. ..............................22 WorkSource....................................................21 YMCAof SnohomishCounty...........................20


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Private Assistance In-Home Care

Call for your FREE in-home Evaluation 425-775-2676

 Personal Care  Meal preparation  Transportation

 Bathing Assistance  Chores and Laundry  Errands and Shopping

 Companionship  Medication Assistance  Respite Care

Hourly, Overnight, or Live-in care available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Licensed  Bonded  Insured

Serving the greater Snohomish and North King County area

Nurse Delegation Available

Ca to r ll now ece ive F “Vi REE a al o pac f Life” ket

425-775-2676  1-888-8SENIORS (888-873-6467)  www.HomeandAbout.com


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Durable Medical & Mobility Equipment A Resource For People With Special Needs!

EXPERIENCE

DONOR CLOSET

Patty Weeda, SRES

(Senior Real Estate Specialist) …

MOBILITY • SCOOTERS (3 & 4 wheel) • POWER CHAIRS • MANUAL WHEELCHAIRS • TRANSPORT CHAIRS Open • ROLLATORS Mon-Sat • 2-WHEEL WALKERS 10am-3pm • BASKETS - CUSHIONS • CANES, QUAD CANES • CRUTCHES, FOREARM CRUTCHES

“Listening and understanding the real estate needs of seniors for over two decades.”

DME • BEDSIDE COMMODES • BATHTUB TRANSFER BENCHES • SHOWER BENCHES • TOILET SEAT SAFETY FRAMES • TOILET SEAT RISERS

HOSPITAL BEDS • 2 & 3 - MOTOR WITH MATTRESS • BED RAILS - TRAPEZES • MATTRESS PROTECTION PADS • UNDER MATTRESS ASSIST RAILS • BEDSIDE ASSIST POLES • PIVOT & TILT OVERBED TABLES • HOYER LIFTS

New & Refurbished equipment available to Everyone in need, not just MS Patients! Items available for minimum suggested donations! Financial assistance is available.*

MISCELLANEOUS • COOLING VESTS, HOT/COLD NECK COOLING COLLARS • REACHERS • INCONTINENCE PADS • HANDHELD SHOWER HEADS • HAND RAILS • AND MORE MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY

*Certain conditions apply.

Call me for a warm and CONFIDENTIAL consultation

425-348-1152

or e-mail: pattyweeda@windermere.com

Windermere Real Estate/Arlington

409 Howell Way • Edmonds, WA 98020 P 425-712-1807 • F 425-776-1712

MSHH is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit corporation. Your donation may be tax deductible.

Commitment to Service Attention to Detail

www.mshelp.org

COMPASSION

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