Community Resources

Community Resources

These resources (STEAM resources, local resources, education, volunteer opportunities, and low income resources), are not sponsored by MCE PTA.  These resources may have been used by, or have been helpful for members of the MCE community- sharing in case they may be helpful to you, or people you may know in the area, as well!!

STEAM Resources at home
  • NASA‚Äôs STEM @ Home for students in grades K-4!¬† Many, if not most, of these activities can be done at home with everyday materials. Print out coloring sheets, make rockets, play a downloadable board game on climate, read storybooks and so much more!
  • Resources ‚Äď dailySTEM has a great list of activities you can do with your family, at home, school, or in nature!¬† This is in English, Spanish, or Arabic.¬† Also available are super STEM movies- watch a movie and start a conversation!¬† Each movie on the list (Big Here 6, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, Finding Dory, The Iron Giant, etc) has a list of different ideas of projects, questions to ask, and ways to use STEM ideas from the movies as we explore the world around us.
  • Boston Children‚Äôs Museum goes behind the scenes for a game of I Spy (a 13 minute video on youtube). Through the video, you‚Äôll learn about some of the objects in their¬† 100-year-old collection. They will then show you how to create our own personalized replica of one of these historic objects at home!
  • National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has several short games and simulations for tornados, hurricanes, precipitation, elements of a rainbow, and lightning.¬† These are fun ways to understand different weather phenomenon!
Volunteer Opportunities
Education
Mental Health
Local Resources
  • Best resource with the most extensive updated links is at our MCE school counselor, Ms Donnelly‚Äôs webpage:¬† Counseling / Home (everettsd.org).¬† This has a link for seasonal assistance, community programs, mental health referrals services and MORE!¬†¬†
  • Join a Buy Nothing Group:¬† The Buy Nothing Project is the world's biggest gift economy, being used in communities around the world, allowing neighbors to share freely with one another. It means everything shared on Buy Nothing is given freely, no money, no barter, no strings. Free.¬† Click here for a Mill Creek FB Buy Nothing group.
  • ChildCare Aware: a free resource that shows different local child care resources, along with whether they‚Äôve been reviewed by the state
  • Community Health Center of Snohomish County:¬† has affordable health services- medical, dental, mental health, substance abuse treatment, pharmacy services
  • Refugee & Immigrant Services Northwest: Helps provide emergency services, advocacy, employment training, translation services, social services and much more to refugee and immigrant communities. Contact by phone: (425) 388-9307.
  • Snohomish County Crisis Services: Crisis Responders can be reached through the Crisis Services Line 24/7 at (800) 584-3578.¬† Additionally, you can call / text 9-8-8 anytime.
  • PFLAG Everett: Support and advocacy group for the LGBTQ+ community serving residents of Snohomish county.
  • The Arc of Snohomish County Resource List: List of resources for disability, advocacy, financial, housing, education etc.
  • Communities of Color Coalition: Local organization centering advocacy, empowerment/leadership, and human rights with focus on people of color. Holds events, workshops, conferences, and provides community resources for housing and food etc.¬†
  • NAMI Seattle : Offers virtual support groups, meetups, classes etc. for Bipolar disorder, anxiety, Black & Indigneous groups, LGBTQ+ groups, family centered-support groups for mental illness and more.¬†

 

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