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Housing Resources

Emergency

Community Voice Mail

24-hour access to telephone messages from potential landlords and employers, case managers, and family. Community Voice Mail is an effective tool to find jobs and housing.
http://www.councilforthehomeless.org/additional-resources/

Council for the Homeless

The Council for the Homeless Housing Solutions Center is a one-stop access point for people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless to connect to the programs and services they need. To access their services please call the Housing Hotline at 360-695-9677 on Monday, Wednesday, or Friday: 9am-5pm; Tuesday, Thursday: 9am-7pm; and, Saturday, Sunday: 9am-noon. *Clients seen by appointment only
www.councilforthehomeless.org

Open House Ministries

Shelter treatment facility for homeless families
www.sheltered.org

Share, Inc.

Serving the homeless and hungry in Clark County
www.sharevancouver.org

YWCA of Clark County

Offers varied programs for victims of domestic violence, homelessness, sexual assault, child abuse and neglect, and oppression, as well as youth in foster care and incarcerated women.
360-696-0167
www.ywcaclarkcounty.org

Temporary/Transitional

Oxford Houses

Self-run, self-supporting, alcohol and drug-free homes for recovering alcoholics and addicts
www.oxfordhouse.org

Share, Inc.

Serving the homeless and hungry in Clark County
www.sharevancouver.org

Second Step Housing

www.secondstephousing.org

Permanent

Housing Connections

Affordable, accessible, special needs rental housing, including subsidized housing, Section 8, and private market housing
www.housingconnections.org

Vancouver Housing Authority

Information on housing assistance
360-694-2501
www.vhausa.com/index.cfm?action=shelter

Other Resources

Clark County Recource Guide

The Clark County Recource Guide is a frequently updated listing of other valuable county wide resources. A link to this guide can be found on the web page below.
http://www.councilforthehomeless.org/additional-resources/

Community Housing Resource Center

The Community Housing Resource Center is an excellent resource for first-time homeowners or anyone seeking financial education. They offer services such as credit restoration, foreclosure counseling, debt settlement, and free tax preparation.
http://www.homecen.org/

 

 

Community & Wellness Resources

Alcohol and Drug Treatment in Clark County

Inpatient and outpatient service providers in Clark County
https://www.clark.wa.gov/community-services/alcohol-and-drug-treatment-links

Columbia River Mental Health

Community clinic serving all ages with outpatient therapy, psychiatric evaluation, medication management, individual and group therapy, dual diagnosis case management, drug and alcohol addiction therapy
www.crmhs.org

Department of Social and Health Services

Programs and services offered by DSHS
http://www1.dshs.wa.gov

Food Banks

Locate hunger-relief programs
http://www.oregonfoodbank.org/Get-Help

Free Clinic of Southwest Washington

Free medical care for children and adults who are otherwise unable to access healthcare services
www.freeclinics.org

Human Resources Council

Access to information on community services
www.humanservicescouncil.com

Community Services Northwest

Community Services Northwest provides outpatient mental health services including mental health assessments, case management, individual and group therapy, psychiatric evaluations, vocational/educational services, and medication management. Other program includes Program of Assertive Community Treatment (PACT).
360-906-8336
1601 E. Fourth Plain Blvd., Building A-8, Vancouver, WA 98668
www.communityservicesnw.org

Wellness Project

360-546-1722
317 E. 39th St., Vancouver, WA 98663
www.thewellnessproject.org

Lifeline Connections

Pacific Northwest Substance Abuse and Mental Health Treatment Center providing detoxifications, residential services, outpatient services, drug screening, mental health/co-occurring treatment, medication- assisted treatment, deaf treatment and partners with the therapeutic drug courts. http://www.lifelineconnections.org