The Snoqualmie Valley Community Network invites you to join our mission of building collaboration to inspire action that leads to a caring, resilient Snoqualmie Valley community. Our Vision is a Snoqualmie Valley where all residents thrive.
This important work must involve all sectors of the community in collaboration to change norms and environmental conditions that influence personal health decisions. You are invited to bring your energy, passion, and care to meetings, events, and initiatives.
Together, we are creating a caring community.
The Network helps build, support, and coordinate community leadership to promote health and wellness through effective strategies to make the Snoqualmie Valley a place where all residents thrive.
Since 1994, the volunteer SVCN Board and the Healthy Community Coalition partners have assessed needs, built capacity, facilitated planning, implemented strategies, and monitored outcomes addressing a variety of challenges including youth substance abuse, youth suicide, and violence prevention. Until 2012, the work of SVCN primarily focused on youth and their families. The new strategic plan aims to address the health and wellness of all residents in the Snoqualmie Valley.
The Network facilitates meaningful community dialogue through hosting several important annual events and initiatives including the Key Leaders Summit, the Be the Change youth leadership conference, the Rise & Shine Awards to recognize outstanding volunteers, the Connecting a Caring Community Scholarship program that recognizes youth who have focused time and energy in creating a caring community, and the Healthy Youth Forums where results from the Healthy Youth Survey are shared with the community. In addition, the Network provides coordination support for the Community Coalition, Network board, Youth Councils and parent education initiatives throughout the Snoqualmie Valley.
The Snoqualmie Valley Community Network (SVCN) is a special district authorized by Washington State to address population-based health behaviors.