This page features links to resources and information for Seniors, retirees, and family caregivers. MCSC does not endorse any of these sites. We have them here for your convenience.

Health & Medical:

Opioid Abuse Prevention

Homage Senior Services of Snohomish County



Snohomish County Council on Aging

Washington State Basic Food Program 

Snohomish Overdose Prevention Data


Everett Housing Authority

HUD Housing Options

Catholic Community Services


Homage Senior Services of Snohomish County

VOA Sky Valley Resource Center

Home Repair Project Help

Family Care Giver Network

Social Security and Disability Resource Center

Avoiding Scams and Fraud

Fall Prevention


MCSC Mobility Lifeline
Need a ride around Monroe? MCSC operates a shuttle bus on Thursdays.

Snohomish County Community Transit
425-353-RIDE (7433) or 800-562-1375
Local buses serve much of Snohomish County, including Boeing and some areas of the City of Everett. Commuter buses run to Seattle and Eastside.
Snohomish County Community Transit

(DART) Dial-A-Ride Transit
(425) 347-5912
Dial-A-Ride Transportation, or DART, is a public service providing prescheduled para-transit service. It is designed for people who have a condition or disability which makes them unable to use a Community Transit fixed-route bus.
(DART) Dial-A-Ride Transit

(TAP) Transportation Assistance Program
TAP is primarily a rural transportation program providing service to older adults and people with disabilities outside the DART service area. TAP connects people to services, health care, senior centers, shopping, recreation and more. TAP clients are picked up at their door and delivered to their destination, or transferred to another transportation provider – DART, Everett Para Transit, or ACCESS.
(TAP) Transportation Assistance Program

HopeLink Medicaid Transportation
Transportation for HCA Medicaid recipients to and from covered medical services.

Snoqualmie Valley Transportation
Door-to-door and fixed route service in the Snoqualmie Valley. (Monroe, Duvall, Carnation, North Bend, Snoqualmie, Fall City, and Preston.)