Resources

Community Resources

211 Info

Professionally staffed information and referral service for Oregon and Southwest Washington refers callers to food, shelter, housing, foreclosure services and more. Telephone interpreters available.

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Children’s Home Society of Washington

Core services include: adoption, early learning, out-of-home/foster care, family support, child and family counseling, and advocacy.

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Community Housing Resource Center

Provides financial and housing counseling and education services, including credit repair assistance.

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Council for the Homeless Community

Resource Guide (printable) for Clark County, Washington. Updated quarterly.

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Pacific County Resource Guide

List of community services available in Pacific County, Washington.

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Parent Help 123

Apply for state health insurance and food assistance programs online. Health information for pregnant women, parents of new babies, and families with children. Website available in Spanish.

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Prepare In A Year: Disaster Preparedness Plan

Website for Washington State Emergency Management includes tips for preparing your home and family to deal with emergency situations. Links to seven languages at bottom of page.

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Support for Early Learning and Families (SELF)

An integrated system of support for young children and their families. Website available in Spanish and Russian.

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Swindells Child Disability Resource Center

The Swindells Center connects families, caregivers, and friends of children with disabilities to resources, information and training. M-Th 9am – 4pm free of charge.

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Washington State Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS)

Employment assistance, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), child care subsidies, health insurance, child protective services, addiction and mental health services, etc.

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Agency Resources

EOCF Family Advocate

Enrolled families will have access to a Family Advocate who can help them connect to community resources as needed.

EOCF Menus

EOCF provides nutritious food following USDA guidelines. Children are provided up to 2/3 of their daily nutritional requirements while attending our programs.

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EOCF Parent Portal

EOCF offers a dedicated portal for communicating online with teachers about children’s experiences and progress.

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