August/September Newsletter

Back to School Resources

Welcome to the
August/September Resource Newsletter

The Newsletter is a bi-monthly newsletter aimed at introducing you to some of the best and newest well-being resources in Snohomish County. Six times a year, we’ll deliver some of the latest or most timely resources in Snohomish County straight to your inbox. We hope these regular updates help you or your clients find the resources you need to be happier and healthier. You can always find additional resources by following us on Facebook or visiting

August/September Featured Resources

Back to School Month

If the “summer-ending-and-school-starting” ritual makes you anxious, then participate in Back to School Month this August — an event that helps parents, students, and teachers prepare for the new academic year. Celebrated since the 1960s, Back to School Month will motivate you to start your back-to-school shopping and get you excited overall. So put away the beach bag and pick up the backpack, because it’s time for Back to School Month events —and we want you to get an “A” for participation.

Back to School Family Resource Fair

You are invited to Monroe School District’s annual “Back to School Family Resource Fair” (formerly known as “Fill-a-Form Night”). ALL Monroe School District families are welcome to this FREE event and there will be translators available for those who may need translation services! 
This event is a great opportunity for families to get help filling out their annual Free and Reduced Price Meal applications and volunteer applications. 
There will also be many free resources available for students at the Resource Fair, including:
– Backpacks and school supplies (children must be present, while supplies last)
– Books
– Bike helmets
– And more!

Back-to-School Resources

Additional back-to-school resources.

Water Safety Resources

Warmer days are still ahead so it’s a good time to revisit water safety and drowning prevention. Below you will find two graphics that address the myths surrounding drowning. Thank you for supporting prevention efforts in Snohomish County.

Join us for 2022 Edge of Amazing

Join us on October 5th as we explore the Power of Relationships: bridging the gap between practice and policy. 
  • With Keynote presentations on ‘Just Relationships: Transformational Practices for Understanding and Resilience’, followed by a ‘Panel of Local Leaders: Exploring the Power and Practice of Trusted Relationships in Creating Equitable, Healthy and Inclusive Communities’, along with results from our latest Snohomish County Health and Well-being Monitor ™.
  • Don’t miss: a new opportunity to preview full workshop recordings prior to EOA – with early access for community and all registered guests.
  • Edge of Amazing Health & Well-being Summit brings people together to learn new research and trends, amplify efforts, and increase the positive impact we can make together in improving the most pressing health needs and public health issues that impact the health and well-being of our community. 
  • To view the latest programming updates, visit

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