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Chemical Dependency Resources

Cowlitz County
Clark County Other Resources

Awakenings
206 ½ NW 2nd Avenue
Kelso, WA
360.423.2806
Hours: M-F 9:30am – 8pm
Substance Use Disorder Treatment with special programs focused on adolescents and adults

Cowlitz Tribal Treatment
1044 11th Ave.
Longview, WA 98632
360.575.3316
cowlitz-tribal-treatment

Drug Abuse Prevention Center
621 Grade Street
Kelso, WA
360.425.9210
Outpatient services / needle exchange Friday only 2:30pm-5pm.

A New Safehaven
1441 11th Avenue
Longview, WA
360.577.4340
Substance Use Disorder intensive outpatient and outpatient treatment

ADAPT Program
Memorial Health Center
3400 Main Street, Vancouver, WA 98663
(Enter Urgent Care, take elevator to 3rd floor)
360.696.5300
Grant money available for uninsured clients. Support, recovery education and skills, symptom relief and hope.
Peacehealth ADAPT Program

Al-Anon/Alateen
Immanuel Lutheran Church
8310 Macarthur Blvd
Vancouver WA 98664
Meets Tuesday 7:30pm for ages 10-18.

Change Point
10621 NE Coxley Drive, Suite 106
Vancouver, WA 98662
360.604.0068
changepointinc.com

Community Services NW
Addictions Program
317 E 39th Street
Vancouver, WA 98663
360.546.1722
csnw.org
Youth Chemical Dependency Program, Parent Child Assistance programs, Jail re-entry program.

Daybreak Youth Services
Location: 101 East 8th St., #120 Vancouver, WA 98660
360.635.4120
daybreakyouthservices.org Recovery solutions, Inpatient programs, outpatient programs, and payment options through grants and scholarships. Washington Medicaid/Title XIX/ProviderOne cards are accepted as full payment.

Xchange Recovery Center
Grace Ministries Supportive Living
7735 NE Hwy 99
Vancouver, WA 98665
360.687.2394
Program is designed for adults who are 18 and older who are struggling with addiction discharging from inpatient treatment

Lifeline Connections
1601 East Fourth Plain Blvd.
Bldg. 17, Ste. A212
Vancouver, WA 98661
360.397.8246
lifelineconnections.org

Substance Abuse Teens
866.833.6546

24 hr drug/alcohol Help
800.996.3784

Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon
360.423.2520

Narcotics Anonymous
360.703.0120

DrugRehab.com
855.955.5576


Childcare / Parenting Resources

Cowlitz County Clark County Other Resources

WOODLAND
Kinderland, Inc.
1912 Belmont Loop
Woodland, WA 98674
360.225.1800
http://www.kinderlandinc.com/

Parents As Teachers
Children's Home Society
1924 Belmont Loop
Woodland, WA 98674
360.841.2070
http://www.childrenshomesociety.org/
Hours: M-F 8:30a to 5p

St. Philips Preschool
430 Bozarth Street
Woodland, WA 98674
360.225.8308
http://thepromise.cc/promiseland-daycare Hours: M – F 6am-6pm

WIC – Woodland
1251 Lewis River Road, Ste D
Woodland, WA 98674
360.225.3953
Hours: T-Th 8am-7pm

Woodland EOCF
600 Bozarth Ave at 5th
Woodland, WA 98674
360.841.8363
http://eocfwa.org/

Woodland Co-op Preschool
600 Bozarth Ave
Woodland, WA 98674
360.225.1113 Classroom
360.263.6234 Teacher Jennifer

LONGVIEW

Birthright of Longview
St. Rose Catholic Church
676 26th Avenue
Longview, WA 98632
360.423.2900
(800) 550.4900 – 24 hour Pregnancy hotline
Free pregnancy testing, clothing, and diapers

Caring Pregnancy Center
1010 Fir Street
Longview, WA 98632
360.636.3333
http://www.longviewcaringpregnancycenter.com/
Testing, Abortion support, and Earn While You Learn classes with an advocate, as you attend, they give baby items to participants such as clothing, diapers, wipes, infant furniture. (Spanish speaking)

First Steps (maternity and infant care)
Cowlitz Family Health Center
1717 Olympia Way, Ste 206
Longview, WA 98632
360.423.7740
http://cowlitzfamilyhealth.org/first-steps/

Nurse Family Partnership
360.397.8440
http://www.linkingcowlitzcounty.org/resource/nurse-family-partnership-nfp-cowlitz-county-health-department
Help for first-time low-income during pregnancy and until baby is 2 years old, improves pregnancy outcomes, child development, and economic self-sufficiency.

Parents Place
928 23rd Avenue
Longview, WA 98632
360.414.9212
Parenting Classes, divorced and separated parenting classes, parenting groups, and supervised visitation.
http://parentsplacelv.org/

Progress Center
1600-3rd Ave
Longview, WA 98632
360.425.9810
Provides developmental services for families and infants birth to 3 years old.
theprogresscenter.org

Birthright of Vancouver
214 E. 17th St.
Vancouver, Washington 98663
360.694.8156
http://birthright.org/en/landingpage/lp-vancouverwa
Need a friend to listen as you are first learning of your pregnancy, support you through your decision, encourage you throughout your pregnancy or problem solve challenges of parenting.

Children’s Home Society of Washington
CHSW Kinship Navigator
360.334.5559 or 695.1325 ext. 4214
Are you a grandparent or other relative raising children? Do you need help navigating the
system of services for children in your care?
Parent Resource List

First Steps (maternity and infant care)
Sea Mar Community Health Center
5411 East Mill Plain Blvd, Ste 28
Vancouver, WA 98661
360.852.9092
http://www.seamar.org/static_pages/preventive.php

Nurse Family Partnership
360.397.8483
http://www.co.cowlitz.wa.us/index.aspx?NID=1571

Help for first-time low-income during pregnancy and until baby is 2 years old, improves pregnancy outcomes, child development, and economic self-sufficiency.

Options 360
1706 W Main Street, Suite 115
Battle Ground, WA 98604
360.687.8943
https://options360.org/
Hours: M-W-F 10am-5pm
Low cost/FREE Pregnancy and STD Services and FREE Education and Support

Parents Again
360.334.5578 Sandy
A support group for relatives raising relatives.

Parenting Program
E 17800 SE Mill Plain Blvd Ste 150
Vancouver, WA 98683-7588OC of Clark County
360.836.9912
http://eocfwa.org/

Planned Parenthood
11516 SE Mill Plain Blvd
Suite 2-E
Vancouver, WA 98684
888.875.7820
plannedparenthood.org

Safe Place for Newborns Washington
Give Your Baby A Chance
877.440.2229
Washington State law allows a parent to leave their unharmed newborn, up to 3 days old with an employee at the hospital, Fire station, or rural health clinic.
Safeplacefornewbornswa.org

Southwest Washington Child Care Consortium
2500 NE 65th Avenue
Vancouver WA 98661
360.750.7501
http://web3.esd112.org/swccc

Check your eligibility for assistance to pay for child care

Working Connections Child Care Subsidy

ChildCare Aware of Washington
Find trusted child care 800.446.1114

Childcare licensing records or complaint history
Department of Early Learning Child Care Check

Emergency Contraceptive Line 888.NOT.2.LATE 888.668.2.5283

Legacy Salmon Creek Hospital Parenting & Baby Classes

Parent Help 123 Website
http://www.parenthelp123.org/

Parent Trust for Washington Children
The Family Help Line
1.800.932.HOPE
1.800.932.4673

PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center Parenting & Baby Classes

Quality Child Care Checklist English | Spanish

Research average child care rates in the Southwest Washington region


Dental Resources

Cowlitz County
Clark County Other Resources

Cowlitz Family Health Center
888.528.7364
http://cowlitzfamilyhealth.org/
Dental services for uninsured families. Primary preventative care, comprehensive exams, cleanings, sealants, restorative services, fillings, root canals, crowns, and emergency services.

Fish of Cowlitz County
360.636.1100
http://fishofcowlitzcounty.org/
Hours: weekdays 1p -4p
FISH pays for emergency dental care, eye exams, glasses, and non-narcotic prescription drugs, primarily antibiotics and medications that are not needed month after month. 

Community Health Partners
Services offered 4 times per year for children and adults
360.200.3960
http://www.chpwa.org/
For information and appointment call.

Happy Kids Dentistry
1717 Olympia Way Ste 108
Longview, WA 98632
360.636.1900
http://www.happykidsdentistry.com/
Accepts apple health / Medicaid.

Battle Ground Health Care
11117 NE 189th ST. #216
Battle Ground, WA 98604
360.687.8941
http://battlegroundhealthcare.org/services/dentistry/
FREE to ages 18+ for fillings and extractions 

Sea Mar Dental Clinic
360.574.4074
1412 NE 88th Street
Vancouver, Washington 98665
http://www.seamar.org/location.php?xloc=63&xser=2&xcty=8&xserloc=23
Full dental care for adults and children ages 1-18. Medicaid accepted or fee based on income. 

Free Clinic of SW WA
360.313.1390
Hours: M & W 10am – 1pm
http://freeclinics.org/services/dental-services/ Free basic dental services for uninsured adults and children. 

Clark College Dental Hygiene Clinic
360.992.2158
Clark College Dental Program Dental cleaning, X rays, fillings. 

Clark County Skills Center, Dental
360.604.1057
Adults and children ages 3 and up. Services open November through April. Medicaid accepted or low cost. 

OHSU Dental School Portland
503.494.8867
OHSU School of Dentistry
Full dental care. Medicaid accepted or low cost.

MEDICAID DENTURE SERVICES

May Denture Center
16111 SE McGillivray Blvd. Ste H
Vancouver, WA 98683
360.931.8552
http://maydenturecenter.com/

Tristar Dentures
2802 Columbia St.
Vancouver, WA 98660
360.906.0015
http://tristardentalclinic.com/contact-us/2108004

ADVOCACY 

Access to Baby & Child Dentistry
360.397.8000 x7371
Dental program for Medicaid eligible children ages 0-5. 

WA State Dental Access Outreach
360.694.8144 or 1.800.448.3368
Referral service to low cost care for adults age 60+.


Digital Resources

WA State Interconnection
206.633.1517 x116
interconnection.org
Low cost computers for Washington State
Types of Computers Available: Desktops & Laptops (Dell, HP, IBM, Mac, Lenovo and all other major name brands). Low-income computers are available from $79. They come with Windows 7, Office Basic and are internet ready.

Comcast Internet Essentials
855.832.9548
internetessentials.com
High-speed home internet $9.95 per month + tax. No term contract, no credit check, no installation fee. Eligibility of one-child who is on School Lunch Program or receiving HUD housing assistance.
Also available purchase of Laptop or desktop for $149.99

Century Link Internet Basics
866.541.3330
http://www.centurylink.com/home/internetbasics
Now, an Internet connection is more affordable than ever with CenturyLink® Internet Basics. Plus, some households may also qualify for reduced-cost Home Phone service from CenturyLink. $9.95 a month for 12 months, 12-month contract + taxes + fees, speeds up to 1.5Mbps.

FREE Computer Repair
Clark College Campus
Vancouver, WA AA4-110 Lab
360.992.2562
helpdesk@students.clark.edu
Can assist with a variety of issues related to computer hardware and software beginning the second week of each quarter. Members of the community are also invited to take advantage of the resources.

AT&T Lifeline Services
800.377.9450 (Spanish)
Get your application by clicking here Safe link
800.977.3769
safelinkwireless.com

Kids Coding Club
Wise Guys Gaming Cafe
1503 NE 78th St #12
Vancouver WA 98665
kids-coding-clubs
Register online.

Earth Friendly Recycling
8013 NE St. Johns Blvd, Bld H
Vancouver, WA 98665
360.433.8575
Offers electronic recycling to Woodland community.


Employment Resources

Cowlitz County
Clark County

Goodwill Work Opportunity Center of Cowlitz County
1030 15th Ave, Ste 300
Longview, WA 98632
360.501.8340

Lower Columbia Cap
360.425.3430 x248
Employment Programs and job search assistance open to TANF and Basic Food recipients.

Lower Columbia College Career Counseling & Employment Services
1600 Maple Street
Longview, WA 9862
360.442.2311

Woodland Community Library
770 Park St
Woodland, WA 98674
360.906.4830
Support for resume and cover letters, computers have resume generator for public use.

Worksource Cowlitz/Wahkiakum
305 S Pacific Ave, Ste A
Kelso, WA 98626
360.577.2252

EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

American Workforce Group
1104 14th Ave.
Longview, WA 98632
360.200.4900

ASAP Business Solutions
1322 Vandercook Way
Longview, WA 98632
360.423.0036

Employer’s Overload
1953 7th Ave.
Longview, WA 98632
360.577.4250

Express Employment Professionals
1953 7th Ave.
Longview, WA 98632
360.414.1200

PIC Staffing
1555 Down River Rd
Woodalnd, WA 98674
360.841.8460

TEAM
620 Oregon Way, Ste 200
Longview, WA 98632
360.577.2250

Veterans' Employment Services
305 South Pacific Avenue, Ste A
Kelso, WA 98626
360.577.225

Clark College Pathways
360.992.2741
pathways/index

Goodwill/Job Connection
360.687.2444
www.meetgoodwill.org/

Job Corps
415.625.2600
800.733.5627

Partners in Careers
360.696.8417
www.partnersincareers.org/

Work Source
360.735.5010
worksourcewa.com


Food & Clothing Resources

Food
Clothing

Washington Connection
Your link to services.
washingtonconnection.org

Woodland Action Center
736 Davidson Avenue
Woodland, WA 98674
360.225.9998
Distribution of Food on Tuesdays and Saturdays
Hours: 12pm – 4pm
woodlandaction.org

Woodland Public Schools
Primary School Food Box Distribution
Thursdays 1pm – 3pm (by portables)
To reserve a box, call Leslie Mohlman at 360.841.2718

FISH of Orchards
Serves 98674 zip code
6008 NE 110th Ave.
360.256.2440

Adventist Community Services
1101 NE 189th Street
Battle Ground, WA 98604
Serves 98674 zip code
360.687.3459

Woodland Action Thrift Store
736 Davidson Avenue
Woodland, Wa 98674
360.225.998
Hours: T-F 11am-5pm & S 12pm – 5pm

BG Adventist Community Services
360.687.3459

God’s Closet
360.991.5201 

7th Day Adventist – Longivew
840 11th Ave
Longview, WA 98632
360.423.6730

The Storehouse
2441 42nd Ave
Longview, WA 98632
360.423.0190

FISH – Longivew
360.636.1100
Work clothes and boots, call between 1pm-4pm M-F.


Homeless Student Resources

Woodland School District’s Homeless Student support team is responsible for proving parents/guardians and unaccompanied youth with assistance to obtain educational support services under the McKinney-Vento Act 42 U.S.C. 11435.

Click the images below to download the National Center for Homeless Education's Brochure for Parents:

English PDF
Spanish PDF

Does Your Child Qualify for Services?

A student is considered "homeless" if he or she is presently living:

  • In a motel/hotel, camping ground, or similar situation due to lack of alternative, adequate housing
  • In a shelter
  • Sharing housing with relatives or others due to lack of housing
  • At a train or bus station, park, or in a car
  • In an abandoned building
  • Not living with a parent or guardian
All Homeless Students Have Rights To:
  • Immediate school enrollment - even if they lack health, immunization or school records, proof of guardianship, or proof of residency.
  • Enroll in the school he or she attended when permanently housed; or, attend the school where he or she was last enrolled; or, enroll in the school district where he or she is currently living.
  • Remain enrolled in his/her selected school for as long as he/she remains homeless, or if the student becomes permanently housed, until the end of the academic year.
  • Priority in certain preschool programs. Parents or guardians are encouraged to seek enrollment in these programs.
  • Receive free and reduced meals at school.
  • Participate in tutoring and school-related activities.
  • Obtain information regarding free services including clothing and medical.
  • Transportation Services: A homeless student attending his/her school of origin has a right to transportation to go to and from the school of origin as long as he/she is homeless or, if the student becomes permanently housed, until the end of the academic school year.
Important Contact Information:

Ask for the McKinney-Vento building point of contact at your child’s school – this is usually the counselor or social worker. The McKinney-Vento building point of contact will consult with District Liaison and support staff to coordinate needed services, provide school supplies, free school meals, set up transportation, and to assist with finding resources in the community.


Housing & Utilities Resources

Cowlitz County Clark County Other Resources

IF EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS, CALL:

Housing & Resource Center
360.749.8056
1526 Commerce Ave
Longview WA
(Lower Columbia CAP)

http://loveoverwhelming.org/ [Schedule mobile assessment, phone assessment, or walk in assessment]
Monday - Friday 8:30a - 4:30p

Emergency Shelter Weekend and after hour phone referral – Women and Children only!
360.749.8056 ext. 100

Woodland Action Center
(360) 225.9998 ask for Ruth
736 Davidson Ave. Woodland, WA
http://www.woodlandaction.org/
Help for low-income families within Woodland City limits offering rental support, deposits, and emergency hotel

St. Vincent De Paul
360.841.8734
Woodland, WA
Meet one-on-one with families in their homes to provide partial rental payments and support with utilities. housing.

LONGVIEW

Habitat for Humanity
1321 South 13th Avenue
Kelso, WA
360.636.6765

Housing Opportunities Of SW WA
820 11th Ave.
Longview, WA 98632
360.423.0140
hoswwa.org
Housing services including: rental assistance; Veteran housing programs; subsidized housing programs; and home ownership programs.

Salvation Army
1639 10th Ave.
Longview, WA 98632
360.423.3990
longview.salvationarmy.org
Hours: M – Th 10:a-4:30p
Assist with 3-day rental payment to avoid being evicted - must qualify, call for an appointment.

Veterans Homeless Housing Cowlitz County
4311 Ocean Beach Hwy
Longview, WA 98632
360.577.6757 or 577.9783

Veterans Rental Assistance
820 11th Avenue
Longview, WA 98632
360.423.0140 ext 93

IF EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS, CALL:

Council for the Homeless
2500 Main Street
Vancouver, WA 98660
councilforthehomeless.org
360.695.9677
If you are sleeping in your car or outside, call the Council for the Homeless Housing Hotline to learn about available shelter and housing assistance in Clark County, WA.
Monday - Friday: 9a - 5p
Saturday and Sunday: 11a - 2p

Hope Lift – Transitional Housing
1111 Main Street, Ste 700
Vancouver, WA 98660
360.334.1698
hopelift.org
The transitional housing program provides qualifying individuals and families with six months of transitional housing at minimal cost.

Mom’s Place Maternity
360.601.0272
momsplacematernity.org
Helping homeless women who are: 18 to 30 years old, pregnant, and/or have children 3 years of age or younger, who are in need of food, shelter, and practical support.

Open House Ministries
900 West 12th Street
Vancouver, WA 98660
360.737.0300
sheltered.org
A family shelter dedicated to giving families the tools necessary for resolving issue that lead to poverty.

Salvation Army – Vancouver
7509 NE 47th Avenue
Vancouver, WA 98684
360.694.9503
vancouver.salvationarmy.org
Rental and utility assistance.

Vancouver Housing Authority
Housing Choice Referrals
360.841.2718
vhausa.com
Obtain referral from Woodland Public Schools for children and families experiencing loss of housing.

Veterans Assistance Fund
1305 Columbia Street, Ste 100
Vancouver, WA 98660
360.693.7030
veterans-assistance-fund
Apply for funds to be used for rent, heating and utilities, transportation, emergency dental care and referral.

YOUTH SHELTER PROGRAMS

Vida’s Ark for Teen Mothers
1311 E. Reserve St.
Vancouver, WA 98661-4127
360.695.3681
vidasark.org
Assist homeless teen mothers, and their children, by providing a safe, supportive and nurturing home

Janis Youth Oakbridge Shelter
360.891.2634 or 888.979.4357
janusyouth.org 

BAD CREDIT / EVICTIONS?

Lower Columbia CAP
Low-income rentals & Self-Help housing
360.425.3430 x 221
lowercolumbiacap.org
Financial Independence Center with Money Smart classes, credit assessments, free tax assistance.

Community Housing Resource Center
103 East 29th Street
Vancouver, WA 98663
360.690.4496
homecen.org
Financial education, home owernship preparation, credit restoration / deb settle, free tax preparation.

Rent Well Workshop
360.423.0140 ext. 84 COWLITZ COUNTY
Call for next available class
360.448.2121 CLARK COUNTY
Call for next available class
LANGUAGES: English, interpretation or signing by arrangement.

IDA HOME SAVINGS PROGRAM

IDA CAP – Cowlitz County
Contact Lower Columba Cap at 360.425.3430

IDA Share – Clark County
The program provides a 4:1 match to put toward a home.
Nefty Vargas, IDA Program Coordinator, 360.952.8204 lowercolumbiacap.org
Low-income energy assistance. Go online fill out form. CAP is at Hawthorne house in woodland 2 days per month.

UTILITIES

Lower Columbia Cap
Location: 1526 Commerce Ave. in Longview, WA
360.425.3430 ext. 231
lowercolumbiacap.org
Low-income energy assistance. Go online fill out form. CAP is at Hawthorne house in woodland 2 days per month.

Housingconnections.org – find available, affordable and accessible housing
503.802.8562


Legal Resources

Cowlitz-Wahkiakum Legal Aid Program
1338 Commerce, Ste C
Longview. WA 98632
Call CLEAR first then will get an appointment
cwlap.org

CLEAR
Non-criminal and non-traffic issues
888.201.1014
Hours: M-F 9:15am – 12:30pm

Northwest Justice Project
360.425.1537
Hours: M-F 9am-12pm & 1pm-5pm
nwjustice.org

Child Support Enforcement
871 11th Avenue, Ste 2
Longview, WA 98632
360.577.3074

Children’s Justice & Advocacy Center
214 North Pacific Avenue
Longview, WA 98632
360.353.3933

Division of Child Support
Establish Paternity and Child Support Orders
800.442.5437
dshs/division-child-support

Cowlitz County Superior Court cowlitzsuperiorcourt.us

Cowlitz County District Court
cowlitz.wa.us/districtcourt

Cowlitz County Court Facilitator
312 SW First Avenue
Hall of Justice, 2nd Floor
Kelso, WA
360.577.3016

Children’s Justice Center
360.397.6002
childrens-justice-center

Clark County Volunteer Lawyers Association
360.695.5313
ccvlp.org

Family Court Services – Clark County
360.397.2326
washingtonlawhelp.org

Vancouver Child Support Office
800 NE 136th Avenue
Vancouver, WA 98684
vancouver-dcs@dshs.wa.gov
360.696.6100, 800.345.9984

Clark County Superior Court
clark.wa.gov/superior-court

Cowlitz County District Court
clark.wa.gov/district-court

If your income is too high for free legal help:
Washington State Bar Moderate Means Program
855.741.6930

Washington State Court Forms
courts.wa.gov/forms


Medical Resources

Cowlitz County
Clark County Health Care Advocacy

WOODLAND

Cowlitz Family Health Clinic
1251 Lewis River Road, Suite D.
Woodland, WA 98674
360.225.4310
cowlitzfamilyhealth.org
Hours: M-F ; 8am-7pm
Medical, family planning and behavioral health. Accepts Medicare; Washington Apple Health – Medicaid. Patients are eligible for discounts on Family Health Center’s sliding fee scale.

Cowlitz Free Medical Clinic
1230 7th Avenue
Longview, WA 98632
(360) 442.4165
Hours: M/F 5pm - 9pm
Urgent health care services, referrals to primary and specialty physicians, laboratory and prescription services.

Community Health Partners
Kaiser Permanente Module H
1230 7th Avenue
Longview, WA 98632
360.442.4165
www.chpwa.org
Hours: W 5pm – 8pm
FREE Urgent Care Clinic 18+ only. Walk-in no appointment needed
Sexually Transmitted Infection Clinic Thur 2pm – 6pm

Evergreen Wellness Advocates AIDS
1338 Commerce Ave, Ste 212
Longview, WA 98632
800.249.2437
360.747.7205
ewadvocates.org

Children’s Medical Fund
Maximum $200, any medical need for children in Cowlitz county.
360.423.6741

United Way Cowlitz County Prescription Drug Program
GET YOUR CARD TODAY
familywize.org

BATTLE GROUND

Battle Ground Health Care
11117 NE 189th ST. #216
Battle Ground, WA 98604
360.687.8941
battlegroundhealthcare.org
FREE to ages 18-65 only. Services include chronic medical care related to Diabetes, Hypertension and Obesity. For eligibility, income below 300% of the Federal Poverty Level.

Sea Mar - Free
118 South Parkway Ave.
Battle Ground, WA 98604
360.342.8060
seamar.org
Hours: M-F 8am-5pm
Physical exams, Immunizations and flu shots, GYN, Well-child checkups, Breast exams and pap smears, Family Planning, Acute care, Chronic disease, Smoking cessation, and Testing.

VANCOUVER

New Heights Clinic
5912 NE 78th Street
Vancouver, WA, 98665
360.694.0355
newheights.org
FREE medical and dental. Visits to the Clinic are by appointment only.

Sea Mar – Salmon Creek
14508 NE 20th Avenue
Vancouver, WA 98686
360.852.9070
seamar.org
Hours: M – 8am-7pm T-F 8am-5pm
Physical exams, Immunizations and flu shots, GYN, Well-child checkups, Breast exams and pap smears, Family Planning, Acute care, Chronic disease management (diabetes, asthma, CHF), Smoking cessation, Testing and treatment for tuberculosis, hepatitis, HIV, and other diseases

Free Clinic of Southwest Washington
4100 Plomondon St Vancouver, WA 98661
360.313.1390
freeclinics.org
Call for walk-in hours. Free basic care for low-income, uninsured adults and children. Other free services: health screenings, immunizations, vision and dental clinics.

HIV/AIDS Support
360.397.8060 (Clark)
AIDScase-management

SHIBA
Statewide Health Insurance
Benefit Advisory
360.425.3430 x304 (Cowlitz)
360.947.2479 (Clark)
Free counseling on Basic Health, Medicaid, Medicare supplemental, individual coverage, and self-employment.

Children with Special Health Care Needs
Coordinator Cowlitz County - 360.414.5599 x 6432
Coordinator Clark County -360.397.8472
For Children birth to 18 years of age who have, or are at risk of having a serious physical, developmental, behavioral, or emotional condition; There is no charge for consultation regardless of family income.

Find a Medicaid provider: p1findaprovider

Hospital Medical Bill Help: Look up who to contact and how to apply Charity Care

Smoking Cessation: 877.270.STOP or Spanish .800.2NO-FUME

HIV/AIDS Hotline: (800) 272.2437


Mental Health Resources

Cowlitz County
Clark County Health Care Advocacy

CRISIS HOTLINE CALL ANYTIME 24 HOURS - 7 DAYS A WEEK
800.803.8833

WOODLAND

Columbia Wellness
1251 Lewis River Rd, STE A
Woodland, WA 98674
360.225.9605
columbiawell.biz
Hours: M-Th 9am-6pm; F 8am-5pm
Child and Family Outpatient Services, Wraparound with Intensive Services (WISe), Pediatric Care Coordination

Children's Home Society
1924 Belmont Loop
Woodland, WA 98674
360.841.2070
childrenshomesociety.org
Hours: M-F 8:30a to 5p.

Stacie Crochet, LCSW
The Better Choice Medical Office
339 Bozarth Ave
Woodland, WA 98674
360.524.3764 or 512.921.5925
info@staciecrochet.com
Serves teens and adults, accepts most insurances.

LONGVIEW/KELSO

A Child’s Place
600 Broadway St
Longview, WA 98632
360.414.2222
Peace Health a-childs-place
Serves families with children who need professional assistance with behavioral and emotional problems.

A First Place
309 Oak St.
Kelso, WA   98626
360.577.7442
Mental Health with adolescent services and substance outpatient treatment.  Accepts most private insurance and Washington Medicaid.  State Funding is available for those who are uninsured.
afirstplace.com

Catholic Community Services
676 26th Avenue
Longview, WA 98632
(Bilingual counselor available)
 360.577.2200

Core Health
748 14th Ave
Longview, WA 98632
360.200.5419
Community mental health and recovery support for children, individuals, and families. Accepts Medicaid.

East Hills Alliance
1405 Burcham Street
Kelso, WA 98626
360.751.1554 – Doug and Betty Rae Radke
Mental Health Awareness Group

National Alliance on Mental Illness NAMI
1128 Broadway
Longview, WA 98632
360.703.6722
namiswwa.org
jan.k@namiswwa.org
Assisting ALL individuals affected by mental illness through education, support, and advocacy.

Northwest Psychological Resources
945 Eleventh Avenue Ste B
Longview, WA 98632
360.414.8600
www.nwpsych.com

Pathways Mental Health Services
831 12th Ave.
Longview, WA 98632
360.799-4556
pathwaysmhs.org
Play therapy, family therapy, and individual therapy. Ages 6 and up. Trauma treatment (physical & sexual abuse or war-related trauma). Also offers Telehealth or Telemedicine from home. Drug dependency treatment.

Sea Mar, CHC Behavior Health
1710 Allen Street
Kelso, WA 98626
360.261.7020
Mental Health counselor for adults, families, and children.  Educational and therapy groups accepts Medicaid and uninsured.
seamar.org

Youth & Family Link
Outreach and Intervention Services
360.423-6741
linkprogram.org

CRISIS HOTLINE CALL ANYTIME 24 HOURS - 7 DAYS A WEEK
800.626.8137
TTY 866.835.2755

Cathloic Community Services
(Bilingual counselor available)
9300 NE Oak View Drive, Suite B
Vancouver, WA 98662
360.576.2211 or 360.213.2418
Children’s Crisis Stabilization Services which includes 14 day in home support services and crisis response and treatment.  Children’s High Intensity Services working with children/youth with chronic, complex mental health needs.

Children's Center
13500 SE 7th St
Vancouver, WA 98683
360.699.2244
thechildrenscenter.org
Serving low-income children and families through comprehensive community-based mental health.  Child sexual abuse treatment program.

Columbia River Mental Health
6926 NE 4th Plain Blvd
Vancouver, WA 98661
360.993.3000
crmhs.org
Child and family services, Options Youth Program to support youth during their transition from youth to independent adulthood.  Also have Great Life Mentoring program for youth 12 and up.

The Wellness Program
317 E 39th Street
Vancouver, WA 98663
360.546.1722
csnw.org
FREE mental health clinic serving non-insured adults. Individual counseling, and medication consultation.

Family Solutions
1014 Main Street
Vancouver, WA 98660
360.695.1014
family-solutions.net
Family Solutions provides a comprehensive range of mental health therapy services to Medicaid-eligible children, youth and their families.  Age between the ages of 3 and 21.  Spanish speaking therapist teams.

Helping Professionals Wellness Center
1710 W. Main Street
Battle Ground, WA 98604
360.687.0693
hpwellnesscenter
Services include Substance use, Mental Health, Domestic Violence, and community outreach.

Lutheran Community Services
3600 Main Street, Suite 200
Vancouver, WA 98663
360.694.5624 ex.37
lcsnw.org
Counseling and psychiatric services are part of the Molina and Community Health Plan of Washington's provider networks.  Also have crime victim services, immigration counseling and advocacy services and refugee resettlement services.

Western Psychological & Counseling Services
7507 NE 51st Street
Vancouver, WA 98662
360.906.1190
westernpsych.com
Provides Outpatient Mental Health services (individual, family, and group therapy), as well as programs addressing Chemical Dependency, Autism, the Latino Community, Health Psychology, and services within Schools.

National Alliance on Mental Illness NAMI
5411 East Mill Plain Blvd, Ste 4
Vancouver, WA 98611
360.695.2823
namiswwa.org
info@namiswwa.org
Assisting ALL individuals affected by mental illness through education, support, and advocacy.

Mental Health Phone Lines

Eating Disorder Hotline
800.931.2237

Family Help Line
800.932.HOPE

Hope Bereavement Services
360.696.5100

Mental Health/ Suicide Crisis
360.425.6064

Single Mom Support – City Harvest Church
360.546.1000

Suicide Prevention 800.273.8255

Teen Talk
(360) 397-2428 ccteentalk.clark.wa.gov

Women’s Crisis Line
888.235-5333 calltosafety.org

Youth Suicide Prevention Program (Clark and Cowlitz) 206.297.5922

LGBTQ RESOURCES

Cowlitz Youth Coalition
360.414.1249
Serving gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgenders, and questioning teens and their families.

GLSEN
503.683.1748 or 206.333.2099
www.glsen.org

Northwest Gender Alliance
503.533.8787
nwgenderalliance.org

Rainbow Community
1600 Maple Street
Longview, WA 98632
Hours: M 3:30p-4:30p
Middle School and high school youth welcome, meetings take place at the Longview Public Library. 

Safe Schools Coalition
877.723.3723
safeschoolscoalition.org

Triple Point
112 Columbia Street
Vancouver, WA
360.695.1325
Provide support for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender youth.

Youth Talkline
800.246.7743

LGBT National Hotline
888.843.4564

LGBT National Help Center
glbthotline.org


Safety Resources

Woodland Police Department
360.225.6965
24-HOUR DISPATCH - 360.225.8981

Clark County Fire & Rescue
911 N. 65th Avenue
Ridgefield, WA
360.887.4609
www.clarkfr.org/operations/stations

CPS Hotline
888.713.6115

CPS After Hours
800.562.5624

Domestic Violence Hotline
1.800.562.6025
www.clark.wa.gov/sheriff/domesticviolence

Poison Center
1.800.222.1222

COWLITZ COUNTY

Emergency Support Shelter
360.425.1176
Domestic violence support and help.

Safe Kids Lower Columbia
1105 D 15th Ave. #441
Longview, WA 98632
360.957.1979

CLARK COUNTY

Safe Choice Shelter Hotline (YWCA)
360.695.0501

Safe Choice Community Office(YWCA)
360.696.0167
www.ywcaclarkcounty.org

PHSW Car Seat Clinic 3rd Saturday of the month
360.450.8997


Transportation Resources

Cowlitz County
Clark County

Cowlitz Indian Tribe
360.232.8585
resources/transportation

Cowlitz on the Move
CAP Rural Transporation
360.425.8679
$1.00 per bus ride.
bus-schedule.pdf

Free Medicaid Transportation
Must call one week in advanced
360.752.9422
services/transportation

River City Transit
Longview
360.442.5663
http://rctransit.org/

C Tran
360.695.0123
c-tran.com

Human Services Council
360.694.6577
http://www.hsc-wa.org/

Medicaid Transportation
360.694.9997
1.800.752.9422
services/transportation

St. Vincent de Paul
360.573.7199
Depending on the amount of funds, St. Vincent dePaul may be able to provide transportation such as
bus passes and other assistance as needed.

ESD 112 Specialized Transportation
360.750.7510
Toll Free 1.800.233.4883
https://web3.esd112.org/specialtrans


Vision Resources

Lions Sight & Hearing Committee of Cowlitz County
Must print and mail application.
PO Box 265, Longview, WA 98632
Leslie Mohlman has applications and can assist in filling out 841.2718

Free Clinic of Southwest Washington
360.313.1390
freeclinics.org
Free eye exams for uninsured and low income adults and children.

Vision U.S.A.
800.766.446
American Optometric Association
Free eye exams for working low income uninsured adults and children who have no vision insurance.

Lions Sight Committee of Clark County
360.571.7622
Referral service for free eye exams, glasses and surgery for
uninsured and low income. Call for application.

Vancouver Vision Clinic
360.694.8303 or 360.834.4802
vancouvervision.com
Eye exams and glasses for adults and children; takes Medicaid.

Vancouver Eye Care – Salmon Creek
2415 NE 134th Street, Suite 101
Vancouver, WA 98686
360.823.2000
vancouvereyecare.com

Zenni Optical
800.211.2105
zennioptical.com
Low-cost glasses & lenses; quality eye glasses from $6.95

OHSU Casey Eye Institute Mobile Outreach
503.418.1698
Email: CaseyOutreach@ohsu.edu
Casey Outreach Calendar

VISION IMPAIRMENT RESOURCES

Department of Services for the Blind
2214 E. 13th Street, Suite 208
Vancouver, WA 98661
Phone: 360.696.6238 or 1.800.552.7103

Lower Columbia Council of the Blind
360.636.5474 or 360.423.2992
Support group – Assists with getting information on disabilities, resources, rehabilitation. Advocate for safety for visually impaired.