Music as a tool to strengthen communities.

The Snohomish County Music Project is a non-profit organization that engages a network of passionate musicians and community members to promote artistic citizenship within our community. Our mission is to use the power of music to inspire people to do good things for their communities and for themselves.

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Support music for mental health in Snohomish County.

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See how Music Therapy can help you or your loved one.

Volunteer.

Stage hand, audio engineer, and more needed.

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Get the latest updates on programs and events.

Looking for the Northwest Music Hall?

The Snohomish County Music Project also manages the Northwest Music Hall inside the Everett Mall; a community event venue available for concerts, conferences, weddings, and more.
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See How Your Support Helps:

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Music Therapy for Adults with Disabilities

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Music therapy is a powerful tool for increasing the quality of life for many individuals including adults with disabilities. The Music Project partners with the Volunteers of America Western Washington Meaningful…

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Music Therapy for Veterans

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Finding Their Voice. In partnership with Catholic Community Services, the Music Project provides music therapy services to formerly homeless veterans in Snohomish County. After receiving therapy services, veterans report feeling…

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Community-Based Memory Cafe

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On the 2nd Friday of each month, the Music Project hosts a community-based Memory Café for individuals experiencing memory loss and their caregivers. Participants enjoy this safe space while eating, making…

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Music Therapy with Native Youth

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Trauma-Informed Approach. A well-known longitudinal study called Adverse Childhood Experiences Study (ACEs) provides information on the affects of common childhood traumas which guides our music therapists’ work with a trauma-informed approach. This allows them…