Request for Proposals and Letters of Interest 

Community-based Parenting Program Pilot Opportunity


Snohomish County Human Services, Behavioral Health Division, is requesting letters of interest (LOIs) from eligible applicants to expand the best practice parenting program Parenting Wisely across Snohomish County. The goal of this pilot program is to expand access and availability of best practice parenting programming throughout Snohomish County with both in-person and virtual sessions. Please review the letter of interest request below, which contains parameters and submission instructions.


Community-based Parenting Program Implementation Pilot Opportunity


Questions may be emailed to Amanda.Franke@snoco.org.  Questions and answers will be posted on this site, so please check back frequently. Final letters are due via email to Amanda.Franke@snoco.org no later than 3pm on Tuesday, May 11th, 2021. Late or incomplete letters will not be accepted. 

School-Based Mental Health Services Pilot Program - Letter of Interest for Schools

Updated April 22, 2021


Snohomish County Human Services, Behavioral Health Division, is requesting letters of interest (LOIs) from south Snohomish County schools (Bothell, Edmonds, Mukilteo, Mountlake Terrace and Edmonds) interested in participating in a School-Based Mental Health Services Pilot program. Please review the letter of interest request below which contains parameters and submission instructions. 


School-Based Mental Health Services Letter of Interest Request for Schools - Round 2 (South County)


Questions may be emailed to Cleo.Harris@snoco.org. Final letters are due via email to Cleo.Harris@snoco.org no later than 3pm on Monday, May 10, 2021. Late or incomplete letters will not be accepted. 

Trauma-Informed Practices in Schools Consultation - Cohort 6 (District-level Opportunity)


Snohomish County Human Services, Behavioral Health Division is announcing an opportunity to join the trauma-informed practices (TIP) in schools consultation work occurring across schools and Districts in Snohomish County. This work supports sustainable systemic growth and increases positive outcomes for students, families, and staff. 


This current opportunity is available to every District with Snohomish county schools (outside of Marysville, Lake Stevens, and Monroe, who are already in District-level partnerships). 

Individual school opportunities will be available, as funding allows, later in the spring. 


Trauma-Informed Practices in Schools Consultation Letter of Interest Request for Districts


Questions may be emailed to Amanda Franke at Amanda.Franke@snoco.org.. Letters of interest are due to Amanda.Franke@snoco.org no later than Wednesday, May 5, 2021 at 3pm. Late or incomplete letters will not be accepted.