See sections below for information. We also recommend using 211info.org, an online resource site with information to local resources to help those in need.
You can also download the Community, Family, Student Resources Guide in English and Spanish.
ADAPT ProgramMemorial Health Center3400 Main Street, Vancouver, WA 98663(Enter Urgent Care, take elevator to 3rd floor)360.696.5300Grant money available for uninsured clients. Support, recovery education and skills, symptom relief and hope.Peacehealth ADAPT Program
Substance Abuse Teens866.833.6546
Cowlitz Tribal Treatment1044 11th Ave.Longview, WA 98632360.575.3316cowlitz-tribal-treatment
24 hr drug/alcohol Help800.996.3784
Drug Abuse Prevention Center621 Grade StreetKelso, WA360.425.9210Outpatient services / needle exchange Friday only 2:30pm to 5pm.
Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon360.423.2520
A New Safehaven1441 11th AvenueLongview, WA360.577.4340Substance Use Disorder intensive outpatient and outpatient treatment
Daybreak Youth ServicesLocation: 101 East 8th St., #120 Vancouver, WA 98660360.635.4120daybreakyouthservices.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.
Lifeline Connections1601 East Fourth Plain Blvd.Bldg. 17, Ste. A212Vancouver, WA 98661360.397.8246lifelineconnections.org
Xchange Recovery CenterGrace Ministries Supportive Living7735 NE Hwy 99Vancouver, WA 98665360.687.2394Program is designed for adults who are 18 and older who are struggling with addiction discharging from inpatient treatment
Nurse Family Partnership360.397.8483Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP)
Help for first-time low-income during pregnancy and until baby is 2 years old, improves pregnancy outcomes, child development, and economic self-sufficiency.
MEDICAID DENTURE SERVICES
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 PDFSpanish PDF
A student is considered "homeless" if he or she is presently living:
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.
Habitat for Humanity1321 South 13th AvenueKelso, WA360.636.6765
SHIBAStatewide Health InsuranceBenefit Advisory360.425.3430 x304 (Cowlitz)360.947.2479 (Clark)Free counseling on Basic Health, Medicaid, Medicare supplemental, individual coverage, and self-employment.
Free Medicaid TransportationMust call one week in advanced360.752.9422services/transportation
VISION IMPAIRMENT RESOURCES