Update May 8, 2017:
Community Resource Day – Important Update!
May Event cancelled
Thank you for your support during our pilot project for Community Resource Day 2017. The team has determined that our January, February, March and April events have provided the information and experiences needed to move us forward in our planning. For this reason, the May 26, 2017 event will be cancelled. Please make sure to update any of your marketing and promotion of the event to reflect this change.
Over the summer, the team will evaluate, review, research and develop a strategy to be responsive to community needs and the feedback we received. Results will be communicated by the end of July. If you would like to participate in this process, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The goal is to provide accessible resources to address the needs in the community.
Special thanks to these organizations for their sponsorship
- Social Grounds Coffee
- Cascadia College
- Bothell United Methodist Church
- City of Bothell
- Care Day
- University of Washington – Bothell and
- Lakeside Milam Recovery
And to the more than 50 agencies and providers who participated, networked and helped advertise and promote this important resource.
Organizer, Community Resource Day
**For the latest information, please go to the Facebook Page ****
The purpose of Community Resource Day is to have a place and time where Human Services agencies who provide essential services can be together in one room in order to provide better access to their clients. Agencies are providing a service to the clients directly (intake, applications, blood tests, etc.) or providing resources and information about their services.
Providers, please sign up for each month that you will be attending. Plan to arrive at 1:30 pm to set up. Patrons will be there from 2:00 – 4:00 pm. A 6′ table, and 2 chairs will be provided. Please contact Kristin@bothellumc.org with any special requests.
FREE Parking is available in the North Garage, paid parking is available in the South garage and streetside. A loading zone is located near Mobius Hall which you can see on the map here.
Bus Transportation can be found here: http://www.cascadia.edu/discover/visitors/gettocampus.aspx