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Washington Listens

Washington Listens is a non-clinical crisis line for people feeling elevated stress due to COVID-19. Click Here for more details…

 
 
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SAMHSA Hotline

SAMHSA Disaster Distress Helpline: 24/7, counseling and support for people experiencing emotional distress related to natural or human-caused disasters.

 
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Equity & Social Justice

Racial Equity Through Action and Learning. This virtual summit aims to build capacities to advance racial equity and justice.

 
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COVID Health & Safety

Keep up-to-date with factual information about COVID-19

 
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Council for the Homeless

Council for the Homeless is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide community leadership, compelling advocacy, and practical solutions to prevent and end homelessness in Clark County, Washington.

 
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Trauma & Resilience

Weitzman ECHO Childhood Trauma in the COVID-19 Era will work on what we know about trauma and its impact on youth, families, schools, and providers and assist participants with putting plans into motion using today’s resources.

 
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Safe Kid's Clark County

A member of Safe Kids Worldwide, a grassroots network of more than 600 coalitions and chapters that work closely with law enforcement officers, firefighters, paramedics, health professionals, educators, businesses, public policy makers, and, most importantly, parents and kids to promote safety. Priorities include proper car seat use, baby’s safe sleep, reducing child vehicular injuries and deaths, and water safety. Local coordination provided by American Medical Response (AMR).

 
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Transitional Youth Housing Program

Outreach | Housing | Vocational Training, Seven unique programs for youth ages 14-24

Christmas Food

Boxes 2021

Canned Food

St Vincent de Paul – Vancouver Conference

Approximately 400 Christmas food boxes will be available.

Eligible families are those living in the Vancouver School District or the Evergreen School District.

Families must register (by PHONE) in advance. Registration will open Mon, Nov. 29 after 9AM. Call 360-694-5388. (Registered families will receive their Christmas box at a drive-thru/stay-in-your-car distribution on Sat, Dec. 18.)

St Vincent de Paul – St John the Evangelist / Brush Prairie

Approximately 100 Thanksgiving food boxes will be available.

Eligible for families of at least 3 people who live in the conference’s area (Orchards, Brush Prairie, Hockinson, Salmon Creek, Felida, Hazel Dell, and other areas of north Vancouver).

 

Note: Beginning November 1st, there are no restrictions on where clients live. Families must sign-up (typically done during a regular food box visit to SVDP, but can be via phone as well). Drive thru pickup on Nov 23.

The Salvation Army – Vancouver

Christmas food services will be distributed during regular food pantry hours. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 10am-3pm. Holiday food box pre-registration is NOT required.

Woodland Action

Thanksgiving food items will be available Sat, Nov 20 for clients that pick up during the regular food distribution that day. Advance registration is needed by Nov 13th. Eligible families live in northern Clark County (zip codes: 98674, 98629, 98675, 98601).

 
 
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Christmas Gifts 2021

St Vincent de Paul – Vancouver Conference

Christmas gifts for children (up to age 17) are available to those receiving food boxes. On Monday, November 29 we will begin taking phone calls at 10:00 AM for our Christmas Food and Toy distribution request. Please call 360-694-5388 to register.

 
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We Connect Recovery

We Connect Recovery Meeting Resources

From mental health to substance us, we're here for you. Some of the resources are:

  • Mental Health, quality of life, substance use disorder recovery

  • 8+ daily online meetings, open to anyone seeking community support

  • App features to help you with daily routines & tracking overall progress

 
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The Lord's Gym Vancouver

The Lord's Gym

The primary purpose is to provide a safe environment for our community. Socially, physically �, emotionally and restore the family. Also offers Individual fitness weight & Cardio room, group fitness classes, Youth programs, 12 step meetings & more...

 
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Restored & Revived

R&R

The R&R passion is to provide services to families who have been held captive in chains of addiction and incarceration. R&R exist with the intention to help break those chains by providing practical resources to restore and revive each person and give them back to their families and communities.

 
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Hotline Support

In a physical safety emergency, dial 9-1-1. For non emergencies, dial 3-1-1.

BIPOC Crisis Line

Access: 503-575-3764, 10am-7pm

Services: phone line staffed by BIPOC Counselors

CFTH Housing Hotline (Homelessness)

Access: 360-695-9677

Service: Housing, Rental Assistance, Shelter

Website: www.counsilforthehomeless.org

Child/Adult Protective Services (Child Abuse)

Access: 1-866-363-4276

Website: www.dshs.wa.gov/report-abuse-and-neglect

Crisis Line for SW Washington (Any Crisis)

Access: 1-800-626-8137, TTY: 1-866-835-2755

Services: The 24-Hour Crisis Line is a primary source for linking residents to emergency mental health services throughout WA.

Website: www.crisisconnections.org/24-hour-crisis-line/

CVAB Warmline: (Mental Health Support)

Access: 360-903-2853

Services: Support through a Mental Health Crisis

Human Trafficking Hotline: (Trafficking)

Access: 1-888-373-7888

Domestic Violence Hotline: (Sexual Assault)

Access: 360-695-9677, 360-695-0501 or 1-800-695-0167

Lines for Life

Alcohol & Drug: 1-800-923-4357

BIPOC: 503-575-3764

Military: 1-800-923-4357

Senior Loneliness: 1-800-282-7035

Youth: 1-877-968-8497

Suicide Prevention Lifeline: (Suicide)

Access: 1-800-273-8255

Teen Talk (Youth)

Access: call - 360-397-2428 or text: 360-984-0936

Email: ccteentalk1@hotmail.com

Website: www.ccteentalk.clark.wa.gov

The Trevor Project Hotline: (LGBTQ+)

Access: 1-866-488-7386

Services: Crisis intervention and suicide prevention for LGBTQ+ & questioning youth, under 25.

Veteran's Crisis Line: (Veterans)

Access by phone or text: 1-800-273-8355

Connect online: www.veteranscrisisline.net

Washington Recovery 24 hour help line: (Addiction)

Access: 1-866-789-1511

 
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Computer and Phone Access

Computer Access:

Fort Vancouver Regional Library has limited in person computer browsing. Sign up for a spot: www.fvrl.libcal.com

Free Cell Phone and Services:

Qlink: www.qlinkwireless.com

Safe link: www.safelinkwireless.com

True Connect (Obama Phone: www..truconnect.come/lifeline

Internet Services

To see if yu qualify for home internet service for only $9.95 a month, visit Internet Essentials or call 1-855-8-INTERNET.

 
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Housing Development

Assistance with Rent & Utility Payments

Council for the Homeless Housing Hotline:

Access: call the housing hotline : 360-695-9677

Mon-Fri | 9am-5pm, Sat, Sun & Holidays 11am-5pm

Service: Access to countywide housing programs, rental assistance and shelter

Website: www.councilforhomeless.org/need-help/emergeny-shelter/

Clark Public Utilities:

Access: call: (Clark County)  360-992-3000 | (LaCenter & Amboy): 1-800-562-1736

Email: mailbox@clarkpud.com

Service: Provides Utility assistance of all types, including reduction of electricity payments to a % of income; help with heating costs, credits for seniors 62+ and weatherization.

Website: www.clarkpublicutilities.com/assistance

Family Community Resource Centers (FCRC)

Access: by phoning the school district where your student attends in Clark County.

Service: a variety of supports for households with children attending school.

Interfaith Treasure House (East County)

Access: by phone 360-834-4181

Service: Rental Assistance inquiries for residents living east of 164th to Skamania County Line.

Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

Access: by phone: 1-855-353-4328

LIHEAP Website: www.acf.hhs.gov/ocs/low-income-home-energy-assistance-program-liheap

Salvation Army

Access: Call the location nearest you.

  • Vancouver Location: 1500 NE 112th Ave, C-Tran: 25, 78 Phone: 360-892-9050

  • Washougal Location: 1612 I St, Washougal Phone: 360-835-3171

St. Vincent DePaul

Access: Call the St. Vincent DePaul in your area to see if rental assistance is available.

  • St. Vincent DePaul - Vancouver (Serves Vancouver, South Hazel Dell, South Orchards)  Phone: 360-694-5388

  • St. Vincent DePaul - St. John the Evangelist: (Serves Brush Prairie, North Hazel Dell, North Orchards, Salmon Creek) Phone: 360-573-7199 W: www.svdpstjohn.org/need-help

  • St. Vincent DePaul - St. Phillip: (Serves Woodland, Ridgefield, LaCenter) Phone: 360-841-8734

  • St. Vincent DePaul - Sacred Heart: (Serves Battleground area) Phone: 360-576-0122

  • St. Vincent DePaul - St. Thomas Aquinas: (Serves Camas/Washougal) Phone: 360-834-2126 ext. 251 Leave your name and phone number. W: www.svdpstthomas.com/home/assistance

WA State Department of Social & Health Services | DSHS Community Services Office

Access:  Open to the Public. Call ahead for appointments or Walk-in.

Phone: 360-397-9500

Location: 800 NE 136th Avenue, Suite 220, C-Tran: 37

Services: Financial, Medical, Childcare, Clothing Assistance (see website for full list of services)

Website: www.dshs.wa.gov

Woodland Action Center (Woodland Residents)

Access:  by phone: 360-225-9998

Rental Assistance Program

Learn More Vidoe:  https://youtu.be/3nE_124a1Ug

 
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Basic Needs (Clothing, Household Goods, etc) By Geographical Location

East Clark County:

 

Interfaith Treasure House | Camas/Washougal

Access: serving residents east of 164th to the Skamania County line, serving zip code areas 98607, 98671, 98683E

Call for Hours of Operation: 360-834-5786

Location: 91 "C" Street, Washougal C-Tran: 41,92

Service: Utility, rent, food bank, summer back packs, house goods, hot meals

Website: www.www.ifth-cw.org

St. Vincent DePaul | Camas

Access: serving residents of Camas and Washougal

Call for Hours of Operation: 360-834-2126, ext 251

Location: 324 NE Oak St., Camas, WA 98607 | C-Tran 41, 92

Service: Food, emergency lodging, rent/utilities assistance, clothes, household goods

The Salvation Army - Camas | Washougal

Access: serving residents of Camas and Washougal

Call for Hours of Operation: 360-835-3171

Location: 1612 "I" Street | C-Tran 41, 92

Service: Residents only: Food boxes, utilities and rent; all Clark County for bread, clothing, household goods, showers, day center.

North Clark County:

Meadowglade Adventist Church Community Services | Battleground

Access: serving residents of 98601, 98604, 98606, 98622, 98629, 98674 and 98675.

Call for Hours of Operation: 360-687-2265

Location: 11001 NE 189th Street, Battleground 

Service: 3-5 days worth of food, once a month, household goods, clothing, school supplies

Website: www.meadowglade.com/battle-ground-adventist-community-services

St. Vincent DePaul | Orchards/Brush Prairie

Access: serving residents of Orchards and Brush Prairie

Call for Hours of Operation: 360-573-7199

Location: 11607 NE 87th Ave | C-Tran 7

Service: Food, emergency lodging, rent/utilities assistance, household good

Northwest Clark County:

Neighbors helping Neighbors | Ridgefield

Access: serving residents of 98629, 98642, 98686, 98685

Call for Hours of Operation: 360-887-3354

Location: 21814 NW 11th Ave | C-Tran Connector 99

Service: Clothing, food, household items

Woodland Action Center | Woodland

Access: serving residents of 98674, 98629,98675, 98601

Call for Hours of Operation: 360-225-9998

Location: 736 Davidson Ave.

Service: View Website for Services

Website: www.woodlandaction.org

Vancouver:

Laundry Love Laundromat

Access: by drop-in during hours of operation

Location: 2101 St Johns Blvd

Servicing Times: see Facebook: www.facebook.com/laundrylovevancouver/

Living Hope, Live Love Center

Access: by drop-in during specific hours of operation (see website for current hours)

Location: 2711 NE Andresen Rd

Services: Meals by Angels of God; showers by food with friends; food boxes and clothes from Living Hope

Website: www.livelovecenter.com

St. Lukes Episcopal Church | San Lucas Episcopal Church/Vancouver

Access: by drop-in during hours of operation

Call for Hours of Operation: 360-696-0181

Location: 426 East Fourth Plain Blvd

Services: Clothes, limited supply of "daily" bus passes, lunches, snacks, hygiene supplies, food bags

St. Vincent DePaul | Vancouver

Access: call for hours of operation

Phone: 360-694-5388

Location: 2456 NE Stapleton Rd. | C-Tran: 4. 44, 39

Services: Food, emergency lodging, rent/utilities assistance, clothes, household items

Website: www.svdpvancouverusa.org

The Giving Closet

Access: Serving all of Clark County, Free clothing shopping days by last name. Find information on the website

Phone: 360-993-4800

Email: jen@givingcloset.org

Location: 2804A NE 65th Ave. | C-Tran: 4. 44

Website: www.givingcloset.org

The Proto-Cathedral of St. James

Access: All are welcome

Call for Hours of Operation: 360-693-3052

Location: 218 W. 12th Street

Services: Food pantry, some clothing; no financial assistance

The Salvation Army | Vancouver

Access: All are welcome

Phone: 360-448-2890

Location: 1500 NE 112th Ave | C-Tran: 25, 78

Services: Food and clothing

Website: www.salvationarmyvancouver.org

Clark College Dental Hygiene Clinic | Vancouver

Access: All are welcome 

Hours of Operation: Schedule an initial screening appt to see if you qualify for treatment | Free of charge | 1 hour long | Fridays from 8-9am, 9-10am or 10-11am | if you qualify for treatment, we will then discuss days and times available for scheduling.

About the Treatment: Treatment ranges from $50- $150 depending on the type of cleaning, x-rays, etc | 3-5 sessions may be required for learning purposes of the dental hygiene program | Dental Insurance is NOT Accepted

Call for Screening: 360-992-2158

Email for Screening: ccdh@clark.edu

Services: Our student dental hygienists offer high quality and affordable dental services. Some of these services are: cleanings, fillings, sealants, dental x-rays, dentist exams and home care education and instruction.

 
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BIPOC | Black, Indigenous, People of color

BIPOC: (Black, Indigenous, People of Color)

 

Cowlitz Indian Tribe Health and Human Resources

Access: see website for a list of services

Service: Both Adult & Youth Programs

Website: www.cowlitz.org

Latino Community Resource Group (LCRG)

Access by Email: lcrg.sw.wa@gmail.com

Service: Multicultural Resource Fair

Website: www.latinocommunityresourcegroup.org

Latino Youth Network

Facebook: www.facebook.com/clarkcountylatinoyouthconference

League of United Latin American Citizens SW WA (LULAC)

Access by Email: swwalulac@gmail.com

Service: Questions regarding immigration, community health, law enforcement relations, civic engagement, program for youth.

Lines for Life | BIPOC Crisis Support

Access: by phone: 1-503-575-3764

Service: Crisis Line hosted by BIPOC counselors

Lutheran Community Services

Access: by phone: 360-694-5624

Location: 3600 Main Street, Suite 200

Service: Citizenship Program, Crime Victim Center, ESL, Immigration Counseling, Refugee Resettlement.

Website: www.lcsnw.org/program/mental-health-counseling-vancouver

NAACP Vancouver

Access by Email: secretary@naacpvancouverwa.org

Service: See website for all available services for POC, including legal redress and groups.

Website: www.naacpvancouverwa.org

Our Place Nuestra Casa Clark County

Access: by phone: 360-718-7454

Email: info@thenoblefoundation.org

Location: 2818 E. Fourth Plain Blvd

Service: Multi-cultural Community Center for BIPOC residents of Cowlitz & Clark County

Facebook: thenoblefoundation.org/our-place-nuestra-casa

 
Old Friends
Old and Young

Disability Services

Area Agency on Aging and Disability

Access: by phone: 360-735-5720

Location: 201 NE 73rd Street, Suite 201

Service: Medicaid and non Medicaid case management and in-home care; Family Caregiver support program; nutrition; legal services, transportation; long-term care ombudsman.

Website: www.helpingelders.org

Brain Injury Alliance of Washington

Access: by phone: 1-877-982-4292

Service: See website for a complete list

Website: www.biawa.org

CLEAR Hotline

Access: by phone: 1-877-211-9274

Service: Housing justice for deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired

Deaf Vibe

Access: by phone: 360-314-4240

Service: Works with deaf clients to help them succeed through 2 years Career Colleges, Training programs, or certification Programs and on to a rewarding career.

Website: www.deafstudent.org

WA State Dept. of Social and Health Services | DSHS

Access: see the website for all of the services

Service: Office of Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Website: www.dshs.wa.gov/altsa/office-deaf-and-hard-hearing

SW WA Advocates for Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Access: by phone: 360-694-8144 or 1-888-637-6325

Service: see website for all the services offered as well as the Vancouver Liaison contact info.

Website: www.wadhh.org

SW WA Deaf Center of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Access: by phone: 360-334-5740

Email: grs@tilikum.us

Location: 301 SE Hearthwood Blvd

 
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Paper Heart

LGBTQ+

Cascade AIDS Project SW Washington

Call for Hours of Operation: 360-986-3500

Location: 100 E. 33rd St. Suite 201B 98663

Service: Medical case management (EIP applications for prescriptions, medical and dental care), Testing, peer navigation, housing & employment navigation, mental health, support for people in transition.

Website: www.capnw.org

Children's Home Society (Triple Point Program)

Access: by phone per location:

Vancouver Location: 309 W. 12th Street

C/W Location: 1702 C Street, Washougal

Service: Triple Point exists to empower LGBTQ+ youth (11-18) and allies by providing education, safety, support and acceptance.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/VancouverTriplePoint

Website: www.childrenshomesociety.org/clarkcowlitz

Planned Parenthood | Vancouver & Portland

Access: Schedule an appointment by calling 1-888-576-7526

Location: Click website links below to access a complete list of services at each location.

Service: a broad range of affirming, inclusive sexual and reproductive healthcare for people of all genders and and sexual orientation.

Website: www.plannedparenthood.org/health-center/

Other Resources for LGBTQ+:

 
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Seniors

Area Agency on Aging and Disability

Access: by phone: 360-735-5720

Location: 201 NE 73rd Street, Suite 201

Service: Medicaid and non Medicaid case management and in-home care; Tailored Support for older adult (55+), Family Caregiver support program; nutrition; legal services, transportation; long-term care ombudsman.

Website: www.helpingelders.org

Catholic Community Services

Access: by Phone: 360-213-2403

Location: 2711 NE Andresen Rd

Services: Volunteer Services, grocery shopping, transportation, housekeeping, monitoring

Leupke Center | City of Vancouver

Access: by Phone: 360-487-7050

Location: 1009 E. McLoughlin Blvd

Services: Meals on wheels, legal clinic, Medicare counseling, shared housing navigation

Medicaid Medical Transportation

Access: call for Transportation

Phone: 360-694-9997 | use the website to prepare for the call

Website: www.hsc-wa.org/services/medicaid-medical-transportation

 

Veterans

Veteran Memorial Service

Clark Co. Veterans Assistance Center and Fund

Access: by Phone: 360-693-7030  |  564-397-8478

Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri | 9am-5pm

Location: 1305 Columbia Street

Website: https://ccvac.net/

Community Reintegration Program for Veterans

Access: by Phone: 360-696-4061

Services: Housing Case Management x33718. Work Therapy, Job Placement: x33844

Partners in Careers

Access: call or drop in and ask for homeless Veterans Reintegration Program

Phone: 360-696-8417

Location: 3210 NE 52nd Street | C-Tran 25

Services: Housing, mentoring, job referrals, and training for all Veterans

Website: www.partnersincareers.org

Returning Veterans Project

Services: Health & Support

Website: www.returningveterans.org

VA Homeless Housing Program

Access: by Phone: 360-696-4061 x31274

Walk-in Hours: Mon | 8am-2pm & Thurs | 10am-2pm

Location:

  • VA Medical Campus

    • 1601 E. Fourth Plain Blvd. Bldg #18 | C-Tran 3, 4, 39

Services: Permanent, transitional housing; mental health and drug addiction counseling.

VA Portland

Access: by calling 503-552-3155

 
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Teen Students

Youth

Clark County Teen Talk | Peer -to- Peer Support

Access: by phone 360-397-2428

Text: 360-984-0936

Email: ccteentalk1@hotmail.com

Website: www.ccteentalk.clark.wa.gov

Columbia River Mental Health Options Youth

Access: by phone 360-750-7033

Services: Youth education, work, mental health

Website: www.crmhs.org/16217-2/

Community Services Northwest Youth SUD

Access: by phone 360-397-8484

Location: 1601 E. 4th Plain Blvd, Bldg 17, suite B222 | C-Tran: 3, 4, 39

Website: www.csnw.org

Janus Youth Program

Website: www.janusyouth.org

Oak Bridge Youth Shelter | Ages 9-17

Access: by phone 360-891-2634

24/7 Hotline: 1-888-979-4357

The Perch Youth Drop in Day Center | Ages 15-24

Access: by phone 360-314-5716 for drop in times

Services: Free meal, computer use, laundry, shower, or just have a safe and warm place to be.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/theperchwashington

Yellow Brick Road | WA Street Outreach

Access: by phone 360-218-6611

Services: Highly trained community volunteers initiate face-to-face contacts with vulnerable youth on the streets providing information, referral and crisis intervention services.

NEXT Youth Employment Center

Access: Click the "Getting Started" link on the website or call 360-207-2628

Email: clark@nextsuccess.org

Location: 120 NE 136th Avenue, Suite 130

Website: www.nextsuccess.org

School District Family Community Resource Centers | FCRCs

Access: by phoning the school district where your student attends in Clark County

Services: A variety of supports for households with children and youth attending school.

Triple Point of Children's Home Society

Access: by calling 360-695-1325

Services: for LGBTQ+ and questioning youth, ages 11-18

WA State Homeless Student Liaisons | OSPI

Access: by using the website link to find a local provider and search by school district column.

Website: www.k12.wa.us/student-success/equity-education/homeless-education/homeless-education-liaison-contact-list

 
Career Cards
Financial Report

Employment and Financial Education Resources

Clearview Employment | Homeless Employment Navigators

Access: call to inquire 360-750-7012 or 360-993-3000

Email: access@crmhs.org

Services: Career counseling, vocationally related case management, support, job development

Goodwill | Job Connection

Access: by phone 360-69-1923

Email: plangdon@gicw.org

Location: 6425 NE 4th Plain | C-Tran; 4, 44

Services: Interview training, job readiness, job leads, placement, supported employment, vocational rehabilitation. Ages 16 and over.

Website: www.meetgoodwill.org/goodwill-services

Lighthouse Resource Center

Access: by phone 360-690-4496

Location: 1910 W. Fourth Plain Blvd. Ste 400

Services: Foreclosure, debt, credit counseling, mortgage, free tax preparation.

Website: www.lighthouseresourcecenter.org

NEXT Youth Employment Center

Access: Click the "Getting Started" link on the website or call 360-207-2628

Email: clark@nextsuccess.org

Location: 120 NE 136th Avenue, Suite 130

Website: www.nextsuccess.org

Partners in Careers | PIC

Access: by referral 360-696-8417

Location: 3210 NE 52nd Street | C-Tran: 25

Services: Specialized job training and employment services.

Website: www.partnersincareers.org

Val Ogden Center | CVAB

Access: by phone 360-253-4036

Services: are for folks in recovery, overcoming barriers to employment and education

Location: 10201 NE Fourth Plain Blvd

Website:   www.cvabonline.org?val-ogden-center

WorkSource

Access: by phone 360-735-5000

Location: 204 SE Stone Mill Drive, suite 215

Services: Job search, resumes, Workshops

Website: www.worksourcewa.com

 
 

Food Banks | Boxes & Pantries

Canned Food

Clark County Food Bank | All Clark County

Access: click the link provided to view a complete list of food pantry sites throughout Clark County, Including mobile, drive thru, fresh produce outlets (seasonally) and school district pantries.

Website: www.clarkcountyfoodbank.org/get-food

FISH of Vancouver

Access: ID not required

Phone: 360-695-4903

Location: 906 Harney St.

Services: Food Boxes and Seasonal produce for people residing on the West Side of Vancouver.

Hours of Operation: M-F | 10am-2pm . 1st Sat | 10am-2pm . Sack lunches daily | 10am-2pm

Website: www.fishvancouver.org/

FISH of Orchards

Access: check website for hours of operation

Phone: 360-256-2440

Location: 6012 NE 110th Ave

Services: Food Boxes and Seasonal produce for these zip codes: 98662, 98664, 98682, 98684, and 98683 (west of 164th Ave).

Website: www.fishoforchards.org

North County Food Bank

Access: check website for hours of operation; must live in 98601, 98604, 98606, or 98622

Phone: 1-360-687-5007

Location: 17 NE 3rd Avenue | Battleground, WA

Website: www.northcountyfoodbank.org

Hot Meal
Risotto

Hot Meals

Angels of God Meals at Living Hope

Access: Drop-in, all are welcome

Location: 2533 NE Andresen Rd

Hours of Operation: Mon & Weds| 12-2:30pm and Fri | 5-7:30pm (showers also on site)

Free Hot Soup | Served Outdoors

Location: Shared House on Weds | Esther Short Park on Sat

Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/1570828063133556

 

Lost & Found Café | Camas

Access: Drop in for dinner every Tues | Thurs - for anyone in the community who is hungry

Phone: 360-834-5786

Location: 91 "C" Street, Washougal | C-Tran: 41, 92

Website: www.lfth-cw.org

Meals on Wheels Dine-In Center

Access: on the website, put in your preferred dining site zip code to see what is available in your area.

Location: Includes LaCenter, Battleground, and Vancouver

Website: www.mowp.org/what-we-do/dining-centers/

Refuel Washougal

Access: Drop-in to the Washougal Community Center for meals served Fridays | 4-6pm

Location: 1381 C Street, Washougal

Website: www.refuelwashougal.org

Shared House

Access: Drop-in for a hot meal | all are Welcome

Location: 1115 W. 13th St. | Vancouver, WA 98660

Phone: 360-448-2121

Hours of Operation: M-F | 8:30am-9am, 1-1:30pm, 5-530pm | Sat & Sun | 9-9:30am, 3:30-4pm

 

The Recovery Café | Clark County

Access: Stop by for your first visit for a meal and a short tour of the place on Tues-Sat | 10am-7pm. All are Welcome.

Location: 3312 E Fourth Plain Blvd

Phone: 360-984-6163

Services: A healing environment with free, nutritious meals, coffee, tea and lattes, relationship, personal celebrations, special events, access to computer lab, daily encouragement. Member Focused.

Website: www.recoverycafecc.org

 
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Housing Programs and Shelter

CFTH Housing Solutions Center

Access: By calling the housing hotline

Phone: 360-695-9677

Hotline Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri | 9am-5pm and Sat, Sun & Holidays | 11am-5pm 

Services: Access to Housing Programs, shelters, and rental assistance

Website: www.councilforthehomeless.org/emergency-shelter

Cascade AIDS Project | SW WA

Access: by phone 360-750-7964

Location: 100 E. 33rd St. Suite 201B

Services: Housing and support for people with HIV and/or AIDS

Website: www.capnw.org/housing#housing-sw-washington

 

Kleen Street Recovery Housing

Access: to request an application, leave a message for the Housing Director Randal Brewster (

he will get back to you as Joseph Wild-Talbott)

Phone: 360-606-3587

Email: kleenstreetrecovery@yahoo.com

Services: Housing for people in Recovery

Facebook: www.facebook.com/ground4recoverycafe/

Open House Ministries Family Shelter

Access: by calling to inquire: 360-737-0300

Services: Family Shelter

Website: www.sheltered.org

Outreach to Adults Experiencing Homelessness

Access: by phone: 360-695-8107 | 360-605-9497 | 360-831-6475 | 1-206-475-8172

Services: for the general public to connect a person living outside to resources

Outsiders Inn Resident Mail Service

Service: People experiencing homelessness may use the address in the link for mail delivery and pick it up during designated time and location.

Website: www.outsiderinn.rg/resident-mail-service

 

Oxford Houses

Access: by checking vacancies at the website link | www.oxfordvacancies.com

To Apply: www.oxfordvacancies.com/applyonline.aspx

Services: Shared housing for adults and families in recovery

Website: www.oxfordhouse.org

REACH Community Development

Access: contact the property you would like to be on the waitlist for after checking availability at this link: www.reachproperties.org/wait-list/

Services: affordable housing for households with income less than 60% of AMI

Website: www.reachcdc.org

Vancouver Housing Authority

Access: by applying online for any properties with an open waitlist found at this link: www.affordablehousingonline.com/housing-authority/washington/vancouver-housing-authority/wa008#wl96506

Phone: 360-694-2501

Location: 2500 Main Street | lobby computers to use for waitlist search

Services: affordable and subsidized housing for households who are income eligible.

Website: www.vhausa.org

XChange Recovery | XRC

Access: by phone 360-687-8555

Email: info@driveoutaddiction.com

Services: recovery, support & housing interviews Mon, Weds, Fri | 10am-3pm; Tues & Thurs | By Appt Only

Website: www.driveoutaddiction.com/housing.html

 
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Legal Services Related to Housing Justice

Clark County Volunteer Lawyers

Access: for eligibility for services call the CLEA Hotline 1-888-201-1014

General Phone: 360-695-5313

Location: 1104 Main St. Suite 1 | Closes 4:30pm

Website: www.ccvlp.org/get-help

CLEAR Hotline

Clark County: 1-888-201-1014

Seniors: Age 60 and over | 1-888-387-7111

Facing Foreclosure? 1-800-606-4819

Deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired? 1-877-211-9274

Services: Housing justice for all low income people that affects their basic needs such as housing, income, medical care and family safety.

Website: www.nwjustice.org/clear-hotline

 

Community Mediation Services

Access: by calling to inquire: 360-334-5862

Website: www.mediationclarkcounty.org

Homeless Court

Access: get a referral to Homeless Court assistance through Share Outreach

Phone: 360-695-7658 | ext 3306 or 3307

Lutheran Community Services NW Crime Victims Advocacy | Service Center

Access: by phone: 360-694-5624 

Services: free and confidential victim support

Website: www.lcsnw.org/vancouver

Mabry Center | Department of Corrections

Service: assistance with reduction of court fines and guidance in Clark County, WA

Website: www.clark.wa.gove/district-court/work-crew/mabry

 

NW Justice Project | NWJP

Access: call the clear hotline first | see number above

General Questions: 360-693-6130

Location: 500 W. 8th St., STE 275 | C-Tran: 3

Services: housing justice for all low income eligible people when it affect basic needs such as housing, income, medical care and family safety, Legal counsel. No criminal cases; Civil Only. Free and dedicated teams for guidance  around challenging issues for veterans, farmworkers, homeless, Native American and LGBTQ.

Website: www.nwjustice.org

NWJP Website Translations: Español |  中文  | 한국어Tagalog |  Tiếng ViệtPусский |  Somali

Tenant Union of WA | Tenant Rights

Website: www.tenantunion.org

Vancouver Housing Authority

Access: by applying online for any properties with an open waitlist found at this link: www.affordablehousingonline.com/housing-authority/washington/vancouver-housing-authority/wa008#wl96506

Phone: 360-694-2501

Location: 2500 Main Street | lobby computers to use for waitlist search

Services: affordable and subsidized housing for households who are income eligible.

Website: www.vhausa.org

Washington Law Help

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