Homage (aka Senior Services of Snohomish County)
11627 Airport Rd., Suite B
Everett, WA 98204-8714

425.513.1900
800.422.2024
seniorinfo@sssc.org

Hours:

8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday

Health & Wellness

Care Coordination
425.265.2221

Living Well with Chronic Conditions (classes)
425.265.2283

Older Adult Dental Services
425.290.1268

Social Services

Aging and Disability Resources
425.513.1900; 800.422.2024
seniorinfo@sssc.org

Multicultural Services
425.290.1275
seniorinfo@sssc.org

Chinese – 425.290.1249
Filipino – 425.514.3185
Latino/Hispanic – 425.514.3186
Korean – 425.290.1274
Vietnamese – 425.290.1256
Russian/Ukranian – 425.293.0303

Living Well Workshops
425.347.1229
800.824.2183
nutrition@sssc.org

For Medicare and/or supplemental insurance plans
425.290.1276
800.422.2024
Fax 425.290.5445
shiba@sssc.org

BUS INFORMATION FOR THIS LOCATION

Everett Transit

  • 4- South to Downtown
  • 3 - S to W Casino - N to Everett Station
  • 7 - S to Mall Station - N to College Station 
  • 29- South to mall station
  • 17- South to mall station
  • 18 - East or West
  • Para Transit also available 

Homage (Senior Services of Snohomish County)

Serving Seniors and People with Disabilities by promoting independence, preserving dignity, and enhancing the quality of life for older adults and people with disabilities in Snohomish County. Get Assistance with accessing services from Aging and Disability Resources staff are available to assist with:

  • Accessing benefits and services that help older adults and people with disabilities
  • Consultations for family members and other involved persons
  • Assessments to determine needs and referrals to other community services
  • Referrals to DSHS-Home and Community Services for state funded in-home services
  • Eligibility screenings for the Snohomish County Case Management Program (60+) 

Mental Health

This center currently has three programs to help seniors access mental health services. The Geriatric Depression Screening Program provides outreach and early intervention to seniors who may suffer from depression. The Older Adult Mental Health Access program helps Snohomish County residents age 60+ access mental health and chemical dependency services. The Senior Peer Counseling Program offers confidential, no-cost counseling services to Snohomish County seniors, age 60+, who are experiencing problems associated with aging.

Older Adult Mental Health Access: Phone 425.290.1260; 800.422.2024  Email: seniorinfo@sssc.org

Meals on Wheels

Meals on Wheels offers nutritious meals for homebound older adults and people with disabilities. The delicious frozen meals are easy to heat and are delivered directly your home each week by caring and compassionate staff and volunteers. Interested in receiving meals? Click here to complete an application to see if you are eligible. 

Food and Nutrition

This service provides help for seniors needing to apply for the Washington State Basic Food Program,The easiest way to apply for food assistance is to contact us at 425.347.1229 or 800.824.2183. You can also email your name and phone number to basicfood@sssc.org and we will contact you.

Care Coordination

Care Coordination is a free service that assists individuals who will be discharged from the hospital and is designed to help them manage their health after they return home. Patients are visited by a trained staff member from Senior Services of Snohomish County while in the hospital. Care Coordination Contact: 425.265.2221 & 425.265.2289 A second visit occurs after the patient returns home. During the home visit, the patient is assisted in: 

  • Provides the patient with valuable tools to better manage their health
  • Creating a Personal Health Record to assist them in communicating with their physician
  • Identifying warning signs and who to contact if they notice their health worsening
  • Creating an up-to-date medication list to share with their physician
  • Following up with medical appointments after they return home from the hospital

SHIBA (Statewide Health Insurance Benefits Advisors)

This a free, confidential and impartial counseling resource sponsored by the Washington State Office of the Insurance Commissioner. Volunteer advisors will help you understand your rights and options, and offer up-to-date information so that you can make an informed decision concerning your health insurance needs. SHIBA volunteers are highly trained to counsel Medicare-eligible residents of all ages regarding choices, options, and problems with private health insurance, affordable prescription drugs, and Medicare.

Family Caregiver Support Program

The Family Caregiver Support Program helps unpaid caregivers (18+) care for their loved ones while meeting their own mental, physical and emotional needs. Working with a Family Caregiver Specialist, you will identify areas you’d like help with and learn about the community resources that best fit your particular situation. Caregiver support groups, educational programs, self-care tips, and referrals to community resources are available to decrease your stress and improve self-confidence in your caregiving role. 425.290.1240; 800.422.2024
caregiver@sssc.org

Support services:

  • Senior Companion Program - Call 425.879.7050.
  • Lifespan Respite Program- Phone: 425.740.3788,  lifespanrespitewa.org
  • Supportive and educational workshops and seminars
  • Family caregiver programs serving Snohomish County – www.snocare.org
  • TCARE screenings and assessments for referrals to respite care and other services
  • Care management and personalized consultation
  • Caregiver-focused events – www.snocare.org/events

Home Repair Services

Minor Home Repair has assisted low and moderate income seniors and people with disabilities who own their homes. They provide health and safety repairs for individuals when they can't perform them due to lack of funds or because of physical limitations. 425.265.2222 Email:
mhr@sssc.org

Pay Your Pal

If you have a disability that prevents you from driving and you live in a rural area that is not near a bus stop, Pay Your Pal may be able to help.  Pay Your Pal provides mileage reimbursement for people who volunteer to drive you to work, school or medical appointments. You are responsible for finding your volunteer drivers.  Your volunteer drivers must be insured and licensed, and their vehicles must be safe and fully operational. Pay Your Pal Transportation & Ride Around the Sound: 425.265.2226   Email: bnord@sssc.org
 

The Center for Healthy Living

The is an Aging and Disability Resource Center which offers information and assistance for older adults and people living with disabilities. The concept is remarkably simple: create one place - for people who need services; family caregivers who need help; and healthcare providers seeking resources – to assist seniors and people with disabilities. The Center for Healthy Living is a collaborative venture of Senior Services of Snohomish County and the Verdant Health Commission.

All of the information provided on this page comes from the Senior Services of Snohomish County website & the banner image above is from google maps.