Music as a tool to build community.

The Snohomish County Music Project is a non-profit organization that provides music therapy services with a focus on social justice and trauma informed care. 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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Cass and their best friend, Greta, a yellow lab, smile at the camera in Sandy Cove Park (Snoqualmie, WA).

Staff Spotlight: Cassie Fox

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As a music therapist, Cassie finds meaning and joy in the process of connecting. Initially, they started as intern and it’s been an adventure ever since.

A photo of a Black man sitting down. He has one knee propped up, and a hand holding the hat on his head. He is smiling and looking down.

Collective Care Includes You: 7 Ways to Get Started!

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When you think about compassion, does it include you? Caring about others starts with you. Participate in collective care with us!

Women from the Tohono O'odham Nation leading the Tucson 2019 Women’s March. They are dressed with some traditional dress and accessories. In the foreground, a woman walks with a young boy holding her arm. She's carrying a sign that reads, "My mom, sisters, aunties, and grandmas are sacred."

5 Ways to Observe Indigenous Peoples’ Day

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Feeling unclear about how to observe Indigenous Peoples’ Day? Here are five ideas to get you started!

2019-20 Impact Report

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BIG NEWS!!! 💥 We engaged 4,000 clients in music therapy programs this past year. During the pandemic, 98% of clients received support at no-cost.

Looking for the Northwest Music Hall?

The Snohomish County Music Project runs the Northwest Music Hall in the Everett Mall for concerts, conferences, weddings, and more.
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