Helping Hands

What is Helping Hands?

Helping Hands is a ministry of Northlake that actually consists of five unique ministries.  Learn more below!  If you have any questions, feel free to email the Team!

Aid & Assistance

Because of the generosity of believers at Northlake, the Aid and Assistance team is accepting applications for help with essential bills like housing & utilities.  Print "NCC Aid and Assistance application" below to apply for assistance.  
Contact the Aid and Assistance Team if you have questions.


Groceries cards are available for struggling individuals and families.  Contact the Aid and Assistance Team to have a grocery card form emailed to you. 

Holiday Support

The Holiday Support Team provides food and gifts to families at Northlake and in our community at Easter and Christmas. For more information contact the Holiday Support Team


The Meals Team  provides meals for Northlake attenders needing support through various circumstances, from illness, to a new baby, to anything in between. If you or someone you know needs meals or you would like to volunteer contact  Meals at Northlake

Hands of Hope

"Hope, Opportunity, Purpose & Encouragement"
Hands of Hope assists people who have experienced homelessness and addiction move toward self-sufficiency.
  • Donating specific items once a quarter for Diversion Center and LEAD clients
  • Serve dinner and visit with men and women once a month at the Diversion Center in Everett
  • One-on-one connection as a mentor or step by step life skills support. Training provided.
To volunteer or for information contact the Hope Team

NCC Assistance Application

If you need assistance and live in one of the following zip codes, please print out the application and send it back to us.
98043, 98208, 98012, 98021, 98036, 98037, 98087, 98011, 
98072 (limited to Snohomish County),
98204 (limited to south of 112th St SW)


"One of the greatest values of mentors is the ability to see ahead what others cannot see and help them navigate a course to their destination." John C Maxwell

Have you ever thought, ‘I wish I knew how to meaningfully help a person struggling with homeless and behavior health issues’? Consider looking into Northlake’s Hands of HOPE mentor ministry.  Mentors build one-on-one relationships with men and women who have asked for support as they pursue a healthier way of life.   As a mentor you have the unique opportunity of being invited into a person’s life offering them Hope, Opportunity, Purpose and Encouragement.
The greatest need is for Northlake men to be mentors.
Contact the Hope Team for more information.