The Village on Casino Road

A Place to Aspire

The Village is Open!

After 3 years of meetings, scheduling and dedicated work, our new community center, The Village on Casino Road, has opened its doors! The hardships of 2020 have made it hard to celebrate this achievement in person, so we ask you to join us here and learn all about what The Village can offer you, your friends and your family.

 

Our video Welcome to the Village on Casino Road walks you through our new facilities, available programs and all the ins and outs of how this space can support our community and bring people together. 

Don't forget to visit our Facebook page and follow for more Village updates! 

What is The Village?

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The Village is a singular place that can be many things to many people. In the most general sense, it is a community center. But it is also:

  • A hub for empowerment (education, training, capacity building, etc.) 

  • A social hub (space to hang out, drink coffee with a friend, socialize, etc.)

  • A resource hub (community navigators, computer lab, housing support, etc.)

  • A cultural hub (dance, art, music, cultural celebrations, community building)

By collaborating with the residents of Casino Road, we determined what the community wanted and needed out of the Village; a space to feel welcome and to connect with other members of their community.

What Can You Do at The Village?

The Village is exactly what it sounds like - a collection of neighbors and organizations coming together to serve our community. In collaboration with ChildStrive, Connect Casino Road partners with nearly a dozen community organizations to bring on-site services and resources to the Village. We also offer space for community events, meetings, celebrations, and any other community space need we are able to support. Visit the Village on Casino Road website for detailed information on how to get involved with The Village!

Our Partners and Programs

Volunteers of America Western Washington

  • Food Bank every 2nd and 4th Tuesday from 2-5 PM (no documentation required)

  • In-person resource navigation, Spanish and English (Coming Soon)

Madres de Casino Road

  • Education and empowerment classes for Latina women and youth

Youth for Christ City Life

  • Faith-based youth programming, including tutoring and mentoring every Tuesday and Thursday (currently virtual)

Goodwill of Snohomish County

  • Free English as a Second Language classes for adults, Levels 1-2, with free childcare ages 0-5.

  • Citizenship classes 

 

Everett Community College

  • Free English as a Second Language classes for adults, Level 3-5, with free childcare ages 0-5. 

  • Spanish GED classes

Second Chance Outreach

  • Tutoring, mentoring, and other youth services for high schoolers

ChildStrive

  • Parents as Teachers Home Visiting program 

  • Nurse-Family Partnerships Home Visiting program

  • Early Intervention Program

  • Kaliedescope Play and Learn, English and Spanish

CleverSprouts ECEAP Preschool

  • Free, high-quality preschool for low-income families with children ages 3-5 

Ventures Nonprofit

  • Affordable Business Basics courses for low-income individuals who want to open their own business. English and Spanish. 

Casa Latina

  • Mujeres sin Fronteras (Women without Borders) women's support group. Spanish. (currently virtual)

 

Casino Road Kids Ministries

  • Faith-based homework help, tutoring, and mentoring for Elementary-aged children

 

South Everett Foursquare Church

  • Weekly services every Sunday morning

  • Various youth programming and community events

 

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