SENIOR CITIZEN SERVICES
Check out the local resources below! For a comprehensive list of Senior services in the Puget Sound region (including Snohomish County), pick up a free Retirement Connection guide at Granite Falls City Hall, 215 S. Granite Avenue, or at the Granite Falls Senior Citizens Center.
Granite Falls Senior Citizens Center - Check the Community Calendar link above to see current schedule of events.
302 S. Granite Avenue
Pharm-a-Save Healthy Seniors Free Vitamin Program! Offers a free month's supply of specially formulated vitamins for senior citizens. Ask at counter. 207 W. Stanley St.
YOU ARE NOT ALONE - Snohomish County FREE program for Seniors living alone. A program for peace of mind and security through the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office volunteers.
Catholic Community Services for Seniors and Disabled Adults
GenCare "The Village" in Granite Falls
Senior and assisted living facility.
Senior Services of Snohomish County
Nutrition, Housing, Transportation, Social Services, and more. From their main page, click on the SENIOR RESOURCE DIRECTORY button on the right.
SHIBA (Statewide Health Insurance Benefits Advisor)
SHIBA is a free service. Volunteers help answer questions about Medicaid or other insurance, understanding bills, appealing a decision, prescription help, and more.
Snohomish County Transportation Coalition
Services and programs to provide transportation for people who cannot transport themselves due to age, disability, or income.
Adult day health, mental health, care consultation, in-home services, and more.
Snohomish County Services
Adult Protective Services
If you suspect abuse of a vulnerable adult in Washington State call the statewide abuse hotline number at 1-866-EndHarm (1-866-363-4276). It’s up to all of us to stop the abuse.
Serving Snohomish County with various programs, including Senior Citizens Companionship Program, Community Voice Mail (a free voice mail to people in need), Dispute Resolution, basic needs, and more. 425-259-3191
NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH - this government website is a treasure trove of information and resources! If you can't find answers locally, check out the NIH.