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Clark County Community Resources

Support systems are important - below you’ll find a list of resources found in Clark County that may fit some of the needs you have. We work to keep this updated so they can be as helpful as possible.  Though we do not promote or work directly with those listed here, this list provides a “landing place” or “hub” for various community resources available to you.

None of the listed resources are involved with RLCBH, but, our providers do interact with several (or all) in various capacities throughout a given year.

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Mental Health



Mental Health Crisis Related Services

Domestic Violence Support


YWCA SafeChoice Domestic Violence Program

SafeChoice Domestic Violence Program - 24hrs Hotline:  Local: 360-695-0501 (We accept collect calls) or Toll-free: 800-695-0167
YWCA Sexual Assault Program - 24hrs Hotline:  Local: 360-695-0501 (We accept collect calls) or Toll-free: 800-695-0167
Emergency  Support Shelter - Longview, WA 


Contact Info

(360) 695-0501


Juvenile Justice


Contact Info

(360) 397-2201 | 500 W. 11th Street Vancouver, WA 98666

Occupational Therapy

After School Support for Children


Boys and Girls Club | Bright Futures Start Here

KinderCare | Daycare, Preschool & Early Education in Vancouver

YMCA After School Programs - Provided at a variety of schools in Vancouver

Kids Summer Camps - List of several types of summer camps for kids (The Columbian)

Contact Info

(360) 313-5690



Health Insurance

Addiction Resources

Developmental Delay Resources

Aging and Disability

Developmental Delay Administration | (360) 418-6108 | 907 Harney Street Suite 200 Vancouver WA 98660

PEACE & Parent Coalition | Darla Helt - Director: (360) 823-2247 | | 9414 NE Fourth Plain BLVD Vancouver WA

Amazing Moms

Autism Empowerment

Autism Society of Washington

Ben's Fund - Autism Grant

Special Celebrations - Special Celebrations is a group hosted by PEACE NW led by parent volunteers creating inclusive events for individuals who experience a disability or special need and their families to live a full and meaningful life w/ friendship, support and community

Autism  & Developmental Delay Assessments

Food Support 

Local Food Pantries


The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, called Basic Food in Washington, helps people with low incomes make ends meet by providing monthly benefits to buy food

Community Kitchen - Serving Fruit Valley & Walnut Grove Communities

Legal Support

Educational Resources

PAVE & Additional Education Support

Family Community Resource Centers

Most Schools have one of these - they assist in providing basic needs for children attending their school (see example)

Any resource center has a director that can assist a family in accessing their nearby FCRC (Family Community Resource Center)

DSHS Support & Vocational Resources

Your Rights Dealing with DSHS

DSHS Access

Department of Vocational Rehab - Vancouver, WA Office Phone: 360-397-9960   Address: 800 NE 136th Ave Suite 130 Vancouver, WA 98684 Website: Division of Vocational Rehab

The Val Ogden Center for Vocational Rehab - Phone: (360) 253-4036  Address: 10201 NE Fourth Plain Blvd Vancouver, WA 98662




Have discounted monthly passes for students and others with disabilities (including mental health-related)

Visit CTRAN Website

Medicaid Transportation - Free transport to Medical Appointments for those with Medicaid



PAVE - Advocacy around Schooling (K-12) barriers

Partners for Action, Voices for Empowerment (Visit Website)

Local PAVE Representative: Jerri Clark (360-827-0962)

DCYF/CPS Support and Advocacy

Parents for Parents - Support Navigating CPS and the Child Welfare System (Children's Home Society)
Parents for Parents - Support Navigating CPS and the Child Welfare System (The Xchange)