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Resident Resources

This site includes resources and information for those needing additional support. Please click the link to learn more about the available programs.

Post Office
2700 Caples Ave
Vancouver, WA 98661


Vancouver School District

Harry S Truman Elementary School
4505 NE 42nd Ave, Vancouver, WA 98661

Discovery Middle School
800 E 40th St, Vancouver, WA 98663

Hudson's Bay High School
3528, 1601 E McLoughlin Blvd, Vancouver, WA 98663

Clark College
1933 Fort Vancouver Way, Vancouver, WA 98663

Grocery Stores

6711 NE 63rd St, Vancouver, WA 98661

Grocery Outlet
5800 NE Fourth Plain Blvd, Vancouver, WA 98661

Fred Meyer

2500 Columbia House Blvd, Vancouver, WA 98661

Medical Centers

PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center
400 NE Mother Joseph Pl, Vancouver, WA 98664

Family Care and Urgent Medical Clinics
7701 NE Hwy 99, Vancouver, WA 98665

Shopping Centers

Vancouver Market Center
5000 E 4th Plain Blvd, Vancouver, WA 98661

Grand Central Retail Center
2500 Columbia House Blvd, Vancouver, WA 98661

Northgate Village Shopping Center
9915 NE Hazel Dell Ave, Vancouver, WA 98685


Hawaiian Soul
3303 NE Minnehaha St, Vancouver, WA 98663

El Buen Gusto
3414 NE 52nd St, Vancouver, WA 98661

The Plainsman
4506 E 4th Plain Blvd, Vancouver, WA 98661

House of Beijing
5917 NE St Johns Rd, Vancouver, WA 98661

Park and Ride

Salmon Creek Park and Ride
1112 NE 136th St, Vancouver, WA 98685

Affordable Resources

Vancouver Community Resources

Clark County Community Action Program

Wee Care Day Care
4803 NE St Johns Rd, Vancouver, WA 98661

Clark County Community Services Department

Provides financial resources to prevent evictions, stop foreclosures, keep the power on and address home improvements.

Washington State Unemployment Insurance

Washington State Family Medical Leave Act

St. Vincent De Paul of Vancouver
Provides a host of programs, including direct financial assistance, primarily for food and clothing, including limited rent, housing and
utility bill assistance to families with children.

Impact NW
Provides a safety net for families in crisis, with services that connect them to housing and energy assistance while supporting them as they move toward independence.

Inter-Faith Treasure House
Provides rent assistance, help with paying utility, PUD, heating and water bills. Food boxes. Baby Clothing. All services are dependent on funding availability.


Clark County Veterans Assistance Program
Aids veterans, widowed spouses or dependents of veterans. Programs may be offered for rent assistance; energy bills; free food; transportation; meals; prescription drug expenses; clothing; car repair; dental; medical expenses; and burial costs.

King County Crisis Line 206.461.3222 or 1.866.4CRISIS (1.866.4747)

Snohomish County Crisis Line 1.800.584.3578

Washington Recovery Help Line: 1-866-789-1511 (24/7)

This is an anonymous and confidential helpline that provides crisis intervention and referral services for individuals in Washington State. Professionally trained volunteers and staff are available to provide emotional support 24-hours a day, seven days a week. In addition, they can suggest local treatment resources for substance use, problem gambling, and mental health, as well as other community services.

Therapeutic health Service 1.833.278.HELP

Therapeutic Services or THS serves thousands of men, women, children, and young adults struggling with behavioral health issues in Washington State.


National Alliance on Mental Illness offers online support group meetings hosted on a Zoom platform and are HIPAA compliant. Information given for registration for support groups is only seen by NAMI staff, no personal details or emails are used for solicitations.

Collective Justice – Healing Circles 206.447.3900

“Community members who join our circles share and witness each other’s stories as we move together through individually-held pain to a journey of collective healing. Drawing on restorative justice practices and transformative justice principles, we build skills and wellness around coping with triggers, self and community care, and building resilience.”