Clark County Resource Guide
This is a list of resources for people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless in Clark County. Inclusion in this Resource Guide does not constitute an endorsement by the Council for the Homeless of the services provided. Addresses are Vancouver unless otherwise noted.
If you need housing or shelter or if you are behind in your rent
in Clark County, call the Council for the Homeless Housing Hotline:
M, W, F: 9am-5pm
T, TH: 9am-7pm
Sat., Sun.: 11am-2pm
BACK RENT ASSISTANCE
St. Vincent de Paul – Battle Ground, Camas, Brush Prairie & Vancouver
See listings under “Clothing….” for phone and locations.
Affordable Community Environments
360-597-0088, Rental communities in Clark County
New Beginnings Maternity Home
10116 SE 12th St., Vancouver 360-989-0280 For pregnant women; a safe place for them and their unborn baby. Serves Camas and Washougal
Open House Ministries
900 West 12th Street Vancouver, WA 98660 360-737-0300
Vancouver Housing Authority
2500 Main Street 360-694-2501 Subsidized and affordable housing
211 INFO- Dial “211” from your phone for a wide variety of info & service referrals.
Child/Adult Protective Svcs.
24/7 Hotline1-866-363-4276; Call to report abuse/neglect. 24/7 hotline, support, shelter.
Clark County Crisis Line
360-696-9560 or 1-800-626-8137
Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Hotline
Resources for youth up to age 24
Mental Health Crisis Line
360-696-9560 or 1-800-626-8137
National Hunger Hotline
Get help finding food
Safe Choice (English, Español)
360-695-0501. Support for men and women seeing abuse/domestic violence.
Senior Info & Assistance
201 NE 73rd St., Suite 201 360-694-8144
Energy assistance, case mgmt, dental, transportation, prescriptions.
Tenant Union of WA-Tenant Rights Hotline
Washington Recovery Help Line
Chemical Dependency, Mental Health and Problem Gambling
24 Hour Help Line 1-866-789-1511
CHILDCARE & PARENTING RESOURCES
Child Protective Services
24/7 Hotline: 1-866-363-4276 888-713-6115 (M-F: 8-4:30) or 1-800- 562-5624 (eves & wknds)
Children’s Home Society
Vancouver 360-695-1325 Washougal 360-835-7802
Educational Opportunities for Children & Families
17800 SE Mill Plain, #150 360-896-9912
Educational Svc. District (ESD) 112
2500 NE 65th Ave. 360-952-3369 C-Tran: 30, 4
Innovative Services NW
9414 NE Fourth Plain Road Vancouver, WA 98662 360-892-5142
Serving children 4 weeks to 5 years ECEAP free full day preschool to qualifying families
WA State School District Homeless Student Liaisons
Contact info for school district staff available to help students who are homeless (For a complete list of phone numbers, see “Youth Services” listing.)
Y’s Care Child Care Program
3609 Main St.
Licensed pre-school (2.5-5 yrs) & childcare and vouchers
C-Tran: 4, 32, 37
CLOTHING,FOOD, MEALS HOUSEHOLD GOODS
Adventist Community Services
11117 NE 189th St., Battle Ground 360-687-3459
Food, household, clothes
M: 1pm-5:30pm, Th: 9:30am-11:30am, 1pm-2:30pm
No financial assistance
N. Clark Cty Residents ONLY, C-Tran: 47
Angels of God- Lunch Served at Memorial Lutheran Church
2700 E. 28th St.
Lunch Served M-F: 11:30am-12:30pm C-Tran: 3, 4
Angels of God at 4th Plain Baptist
2400 E. Fourth Plain. Produce giveaway Fridays: 4pm-6pm C-Tran: 3, 4
Babies in Need at All Saints Episcopal
2206 NW 99th St.
Supplies & clothing for newborns
C-Tran: 32, 37
Clark County Adventist
3200 NE St. John’s Blvd.
360-695-8632. Clothing and food ONLY. M,T: 9:30am-3pm (closed 11:45am- 12:30pm)
C-Tran: 25, 3
Clark County Food Bank
FISH of Orchards
6008 NE 110th Ave.
360-256-2440. Food, clothes.
M-F: 10am-12pm, 12:30pm-2:30pm. No financial assistance
C-Tran: 7, 80
FISH of Vancouver
St. Paul’s, W. 14th & Franklin 360-695-4903 Food,
First the Basics
List of food pantries and meal sites in Clark County
The Giving Closet
2804B NE 65th Ave.
Free clothing for all ages W, Th only. Shopping Times by lastname:
Picture ID required for adults.
SS#s required for entire household Closed on major holidays & extreme weather conditions.
C-Tran: 4, 44
Interfaith Treasure House
91 “C” Street, Washougal 360-834-5786
Utility, rent, food bank, house goods. Camas & Washougal only, call for hours C-Tran: 41, 92
Live Love Center at Living Hope Church
2533 NE Andresen Road 360-944-3905
Sun. and Wed. 11:30am-2:30pm
food boxes, various items, counseling and resource referrals
Meals on Wheels People
List of Clark County meal sites and schedules
Lost & Found Café
824 NE 4th Ave., Camas 360-834-4181. M, Th: 6-7pm C-Tran: 41,92
Neighbors Helping Neighbors
21814 NW 11th Ave., Ridgefield 360-887-3354 Clothing, food, household T,F: 10am-1pm C-Tran: Connector 99
North County Community Food Bank
17 NE 3rd Ave., Battle Ground Serving residents in 98604, 98606, 98675, 98601, 98622 zip codes M-Th: 9am-11:15am, 1:30-3:15
1801 Daniel Street, Vancouver Sundays, except holidays
Numbers are distributed from 10-10:30 and 1:45-2:30; Clients are served starting at 2:00pm
Emergency food box shopping, cooking classes, nutrition ed., garden
Open House Ministries
Open House Solutions Thrift Stores Very affordable goods
915 West 13th Street
1115 W 13th St. 360-695-7658. M-F: B: 6:am, L:11:30am, D: 5:00pm;
Sa & Su: B: 9am, D: 3:30pm C-Tran: 3, 4, 37
St. Luke’s – San Lucas Episcopal Church
426 East Fourth Plain 360-696-0181
Clothes, limited supply of “daily” bus passes, lunches, snacks, hygiene supplies, food bags
St. Vincent de Paul-Battle Ground, North Clark County
360-576-0122. Leave message Rent/utilities assistance
VM answered from 9:30am-4pm, M-F
St. Vincent de Paul-Brush Prairie
11607 NE 87th Ave. 360-573-7199 Leave message Food, emerg. lodging, rent/utilities assistance, household goods MWTHF: 9:30am-12:30pm C-Tran: 7
St. Vincent de Paul-Camas
360-834-2126, ext. 251 leave message Food, emerg. lodging, rent/utilities assistance, clothes, household goods C-Tran: 41,92
St. Vincent de Paul-Vancouver
2456 NE Stapleton Rd. 360-694-5388
Food, emerg. lodging, rent/utilities assistance, clothes, household goods M-F: 9am-1pm
C-Tran: 4, 44, 39
The Proto-Cathedral of St. James
218 W. 12th Sreet 360-693-3052
Dinner Thurs: 5-6:30pm Food Cupboard: F 1-2pm Call for clothing availability No financial assistance
The Salvation Army
7509 NE 47th Ave.
Food: M-F 1:00pm-4:30pm . Clothing: T, TH: 1:00pm-4:00pm C-Tran: 25, 78
Trinity Mission Food Cupboard
6700 MacArthur Blvd.
Food Assistance 3rd Friday of month 10am-2pm
C-Tran: 32, 39
Woodland Action Center
736 Davidson Ave., Woodland
Foodbank, community services and thrift store.
Food Bank: Tues 11-6pm & Sat 12-3pm Thrift Store: T-F 12-6pm & Sat 12-4pm Of ce Hrs: Tue 10-5pm & Thurs 10-2pm
Al-Anon/Alateen Msg. Line
360-693-5781 or 888-4AL-ANON Support for friends/families of alcoholics
2203 Fairmount Ave., Suite A 360-694-3870 Call 24/7
Catholic Community Services
9300 NE Oak View Dr., Suite A (Family Center) 360-567-2211 Sliding scale, English/Español C-Tran: 4, 44, 80
415 W. 11th St. 360-699-2244
Kids 2-18 & their families. Medical coupons, sliding scale. M-F:8am-7pm.
Columbia River CDDR Program
Drug, alcohol, methadone treatment available for people with co-occurring disorders.
6926 E 4th Plain
Columbia River Mental Health
6926 NE 4th Plain Blvd. 360-993-3000
C-Tran: 4, 32
Community Services Northwest
1601 E. 4th Plain Blvd 360-397-8484 C-Tran: 3, 4, 39
Community Services Northwest Wellness Project
Free mental health services for low-income and uninsured.
39th and Main 360-546-1722 C-Tran: 3, 32, 37
Consumer Voices Are Born
1601 E 4th Plain Blvd., #17, Ste A-114 360-397-8050
mental health support, drop-in:
Warmline: 360-750-2014; 5pm-10pm
C-Tran: 3, 4, 39
11000 NE 4th Plain 360-835-1066; 505-285-6777 12-step for users’ families
1601 E 4th Plain., #17 360-397-8246, ext. 7580
Call for 24/7 detox, in/out patient treatment.
NAMI of Southwest WA
8019 NE 13th Avenue
Counseling, education, and support for adults and children and families living with mental illness.
C-Tran: 71, 78
360-703-0990 12-step program
Northstar NS Clinic
360-993-3040 Opiate treatment
Sea Mar Behavioral Health Clinic
5501 NE 109th Court, Suite A1 Vancouver, WA 98662 360-566-4432
Sea Mar Behavioral Health Clinic
7803 NE Fourth Plain Blvd. Vancouver, WA 98662 360-397-9211
XChange Church/RealLife Community Center Addiction Recovery
8802 NW 9th Avenue 360-687-8555 C-Tran: 2
These are places with some hours
open for “drop in” counseling, support, computer use, social opportunities, etc. Call to con rm hours, services, and rules about length and nature of visit.
Clark County Veterans Assistance Center
See listing under Veterans Services
Community Resources Drop In Centers
Tuesdays from 11:30am-12:30pm. Designed especially for people living on the streets who need help with bene ts, job leads, screening for outreach programs and more. Location: Memorial Lutheran Church
2700 E. 28th Street
Friends of the Carpenter
1600 W. 20th.
Info, gas, haircuts, clothing, fellowship, gift cards in trade for volunteering 360-750-4752
See listing under “Employment Assistance”
The Perch/Yellow Brick Road Youth
For ages 24 and under 360-314-5716
Clearview Employment/Homeless Employment Navigators 360-750-7012
Employment assistance, affiliated with Columbia River Mental Health.
6425 NE 4th Plain. 360-695-1923 Comprehensive job assistance: job interview training, job readiness, job search resources, placement, resume preparation assistance, supported employment, vocational rehabilitation 16 yrs of age and over. M-F: 9am- 5:30pm
C-Tran: 4, 44
Partners in Careers
3210 NE 52nd Street
360-696-8417. Specialized job training and employment services. Usually by referral, but calls are welcome.
WorkSource Town Plaza
5411 E. Mill Plain, Suite 15. 360-735-5000 M-F: 8am-5pm. C-Tran: 37, 39
Community Housing Resource Center
Ways to Work Program/MFS
1808 SE Belmont, Portland, 97214 503-232-0007, Ext. 101 or 103
Loans to purchase, repair or re nance a vehicle at 8% interest. Must be a parent, be working at least 20 hours per week, and have a valid driver’s license.