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Find support and services for adults with chronic illnesses or conditions and the people who care for them.
Access federal and state government benefits/assistance programs in one place. Find out eligibility and program information by choosing Benefits in the top menu.
Find housing for low-income seniors and persons with special needs (chronic mental illness).
Find services to first-time homebuyers through counseling, classes, assistance with applications, etc. Also, seek mortgage default and credit counseling, and assistance on reverse mortgage.
Access an emergency shelter clearinghouse and local and regional resources for people of all ages in Clark County, Washington.
Learn about the legal issues and options available to youth, from foster care to domestic violence; parenting to immigration; and more.
Find community services in Southwest Washington.
Find resources for food, housing, family care, insurance, veterans, seniors, disabilities, and more compiled by the Washington State Library.
Use this free resource to either locate a local free or low-cost clinic or identify the right program to get the medicines needed at low or no cost.
Learn about disability benefits, Medicare, and Supplemental Security Income and how to apply for benefits.
Call 1-800-626-8137 for crisis lines in Clark, Cowlitz and Skamania counties. Speak with a professional counselor 24/7.
Seek out guaranteed and direct home ownership loans for low- and moderate-income rural persons.
Access a variety of housing and services to address the particular needs of low-income families, seniors, and disabled people.
Get help making ends meet with monthly benefits to buy food for low-income people.
Find social services and benefits ranging from food to transportation, or domestic violence to long-term care, available through the State of Washington--even apply online.
Use this free information and referral service for first-time, low-to-moderate income homebuyers. Follow links to homebuyer educational seminar schedules around the state.
Access services, resources, and news for vision impaired people, their friends, family, and employers.
A comprehensive government site links to essential information, services and resources that are important to new immigrants.
Find out if you're eligible for this assistance program from the USDA. Locate a local office and access health assessments, counseling, and supplemental food for pregnant and breastfeeding women, infants and children up to five years of age. (Available en Español.)