Community and Resources Page
Welcome to Springfield Meadow's Community Page
This site includes resources and information for those needing additional support. Please click the link to learn more about the available programs.
Local Resources- Clark County
Rental Assistance Programs
Clark County Community Action Program -360.397.2130
Program provides financial assistance to stop evictions, and prevent homelessness.
Clark County Community Services Department -360.397.8478
Provides financial resources to prevent evictions, stop foreclosures, keep the power on and address home improvements.
Clark County Veterans Assistance Program – 360.397.8478
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.
Inter-Faith Treasure House – 360.834.4181
Provides rent assistance, help with paying utility, PUD, heating and water bills. Food boxes. Baby Clothing. All services are dependent on funding availability.
St. Vincent De Paul of Vancouver – 360.694.5388
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 – 503-721-1740
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.
Additional Resources During COVID-19!
We’re Here to Work with You
COVID-19 has impacted many in our community. We understand you may need help! Please see the following links for resources you may be able to take advantage of for rent, food, job/unemployment and energy assistance.
We understand there may be a delay in your ability to access these benefits. If that’s the case, please talk to us. We understand the office is physically closed right now but we are open virtually and are here to work with you. Please call or email us.
We’re all in this together. We are thankful for the hard work of our employees in keeping our community operational and clean. Communities working together is what will get us through this crisis, and we are here for you.