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Farms for Life partners with community agencies to provide fresh, healthy produce to the clients they serve. For some low-income and homeless families, access to local, farm fresh produce is out of reach. Through our generous supporters and our community partnerships we are able to provide them with access to fresh produce and a healthy future. Our partner agencies are committed to helping achieve our mission and to creating healthy communities.
Bellevue Clubhouse, a program of HERO House NW which offers Hope, Empowerment, Relationships, and Opportunities for adults recovering from mental illness such as bi-polar disorder, anxiety depression, and schizophrenia. “Work-Ordered Day” is at the heart of this recovery process, where members are encouraged to work side-by-side with staff & other members to complete the work of the clubhouse. This work can range from helping prepare our daily meals, or running our reception desk, to writing & editing grants. Members by becoming part of this "work" are encouraged to use their unique talents and acquired skills to help strengthen their self-esteem and confidence.
Everett Clubhouse is a non-profit for individuals living with mental illness. The Clubhouse is a place that our members fill their day with meaningful volunteer work including, computer work, reception, cooking, cleaning, community outreach. Everett Clubhouse also helps members connect with community resources. Our program also helps members connect with education and employment opportunities. - Thank you Farms for Life for helping us with our meal program and general wellbeing to our Clubhouse community.
YWCA - Family Village Redmond
Built in 1993 and located in downtown Redmond, YWCA’s Family Village Redmond provides twenty units of permanent supportive housing to women and families. YWCA Seattle | King | Snohomish works to increase housing equity for women facing the greatest racial disparities in our community by connecting low-income women and families to stable, supportive permanent, and affordable housing.
Byrd Barr Place
Byrd Barr Place is a Black-led organization engaging the community in civil rights advocacy, while providing essential services—energy assistance, food bank, housing assistance, and personal finance tools. BBP was founded with a vision to provide equitable opportunities and services to Black households, low-income families, and people of color in Seattle’s Central District neighborhood, and our primary measure of success remains effectively providing for the immediate needs of our clients. Today our programs run from emergency aid to fill immediate gaps in a family’s housing and food needs, to multi-year programs designed to build skills and strengthen stability. Our staff helps Seattle residents with basic human services—a warm home, food on the table, and immediate financial relief. We closely track outcomes for the individuals and families we serve, seeking to understand the effectiveness of our programs on each household and at the community level.
Seattle Recovery Cafe
Recovery Café is a community of individuals who have been traumatized by homelessness, addiction and other mental health challenges coming to know we are loved and that we have gifts to share. Our program based on being a community of radical hospitality is designed to help people maintain recovery, reduce relapse and fulfill their potential. Produce from FFL is an important part of the healthful meals offered free of charge to Café Members.
Community House Mental Health Agency
Community House Mental Health Agency serves adults with severe and persistent mental illness to increase their social, vocational, life skill, in their recovery. Community House provides a supportive community atmosphere for its members to feel a sense of belonging and grow at their own pace and design their own treatment.
Everett Housing Authority
Everett Housing Authority (EHA) has been committed to serving the citizens of Everett, Washington and their housing needs since 1942. As a consistent and reliable source of assistance for affordable housing, we have focused our efforts on creating housing options for a variety of income levels in the Greater Everett area.
Housing Hope, founded in 1987, recognizes that safe, decent, and affordable housing is only the first step in solving poverty for struggling families. The innovative concept to provide a full range of housing with housing-related support services is a hallmark of the Housing Hope mission. Housing Hope combines affordable housing with tailored services such as life-skills training, childcare, case management, and employment services. Housing Hope also offers homeownership opportunities for low-income individuals of Snohomish County and Camano Island.
"Our residents love the variety of produce they get each week. I love getting to see their faces when they see the quality and type of produce each week. I know that fresh produce for many of our residents is something that can feel out of reach and this is a way to help support them."
- Housing Case Manager, Imagine Housing