The Canyon Creek Care Team is partnering with the Northshore Schools Foundation to help identify and address needs of our families and direct you to community resources and supports.
If your family needs help with food, clothing, school supplies, technology support, financial assistance, health services, or other assistance, please fill out the Canyon Creek Care Team Request Form below. Care Team requests are confidential.
Canyon Creek Care Team Request Form - English
Canyon Creek Care Team Request Form - Spanish
Our Care Team Liaison, Laurie Powers will contact you to provide support.
425-408-5759 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Sign up for Notifications when new Community Resources are available*
Occasionally we receive information about new resources available to families in need. If you would like to be notified, please complete this Canyon Creek Resources & Support Email Signup Form and we will add you to our mailing list.
- Parents/guardians must have current email address in our student information system.
- Check ParentVue to see what address is on file and/or make updates.
Links to Additional Community Resource Information
A list of Community organizations ready to help with food, housing, healthcare and more.
Washington 2-1-1 is more than just a call center or information and referrals. Throughout Washington State, WA211 connects people to help when they need it, builds community resilience, and advocates for breaking cycles of need. Washington 2-1-1 partners with community based organizations, state and local government, local communities and even business to identify and break cycles of need, prepare and respond to emergencies and look at opportunities to create innovation to address complex issues. If you are interested in learning more about statewide projects and initiatives of Washington 211 explore them below.
Northshore Schools Foundation (NSDF). We serve students, teachers and families in the Northshore School District communities of Bothell, Kenmore, and Woodinville. Our work drives resources to help students reach the promise of their potential. Since our founding in 1995, we have granted over $2.7 million to schools, teachers and students. The Northshore community makes this possible.