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After the Marysville Pilchuck High School shooting back in 2014, The Living Room Coffee House became a gathering space for teens and community members to feel safe and supported. Opening only a few weeks before the shooting, it became a haven, safe space, and a place to grab some food and a comforting cup of joe. The non-profit is ran by volunteers because of it's affiliation with neighboring church, Hillside Church. The Living Room Coffee House prides themselves on being a "place of hope"and supports programs like the PTA, booster clubs, AA groups, foster care, businesses and more. The next time you head up north, be sure to check out this coffee house! (Image: Sy Bean / Seattle Refined).
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Marysville's Living Room Coffee House serves up java and a safe space

After the Marysville Pilchuck High School shooting in 2014, The Living Room Coffee House became a gathering space for teens and community members to feel safe and supported.

Opening only a few weeks before the shooting, it became a haven, safe space, and a place to grab some food and a comforting cup of joe.

The non-profit is run by volunteers due to it's affiliation with neighboring Hillside Church.

The coffee house pride themselves on being a "place of hope"and supports programs like the PTA, booster clubs, AA groups, foster care, businesses and more.

The next time you head up north, be sure to check this out!

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