Address:22200 NE Chelatchie RdAmboy, WA 98601Map & Directions
Services: Food pantry (partner organization with Clark County Food Bank)
Eligibility: North Clark County residents
Address:38809 NE 41st AveLa Center, WA 98629Map & Directions
Services: Mobile food pantry offering food boxes in different locations each week.
First Sunday, 2:00pm-4:00pm
View Fire Station
37604 NE 119th Ave, La Center, WA
Second Sunday, 2:00pm-4:00pm
38615 NE 41st Ave St, La Center, WA
Third Sunday, 2:00pm-4:00pm
Yacolt Evangelical Free Church
509 W Cushman, Yacolt, WA
LaCenter Evangelical Free Church
111 E 5th St, La Center, WA
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Address:736 Davidson AvenueWoodland, WA 98674Map & Directions
Services: Provides grocery and emergency food services for individuals and families. Also provides information about healthy nutrition and recommended food intake.
Address:11001 NE 189th StBattle Ground, WA 98604Map & Directions
Services: Provides clothing, household items, monthly food boxes, and disposable baby diapers and wipes (as available). Does not provide cash assistance for rent or utilities. Accepts donations of food, clothing, kitchen and bath linens and blankets during regular business hours. No furniture or large appliance donations.
Eligibility: Low-income households. Diapers and wipes are only available to food box recipients.
Address:17 NE 3rd AveBattle Ground, WA 98604Map & Directions
Services: Provides emergency food once per month, nutrition programs, coordinates with other food programs and provides information to clients regarding available social services in Clark County.
Eligibility: Based on income
Address:21814 NW 11th AveRidgefield, WA 98642Map & Directions
Services: Commodities distribution program that provides emergency food boxes containing a 3-day supply of food once per month per household. Food is available on a rotating basis and may not be the same at all USDA locations. Recipients usually receive a variety of vegetables, fruit, pasta, and protein. Households can get bread and produce every day the pantry is open (usually includes rice,beans, oats, and pasta). Clothing, small appliances, and dishes are also sometimes available. Offers some information and referral to other community resources
Accepts donations of clothing and small household and kitchen items. No pickup service is available. Cannot accept donations of furniture or large appliances, but will post them on bulletin board. Volunteer oppurtunities availlable.
Eligibility: No ID needed for emergency food. For clothing/kitchenware, two current pieces of ID to prove residence are required, such as a photo ID and a piece of mail showing current address. If homeless, no ID is required.
Address:1209 N Minor RdKelso, WA 98626Map & Directions
Services: Provides food, clothing, and some household items one day a week to individuals and families. Households may visit each week.
Address:1526 Commerce AveLongview, WA 98632Map & Directions
Services: FISH, sponsored by the United Way and other donors, works with 18 churches to distribute food each weekday and assists financially with several emergency needs including medical, dental, and prescription bills, utility bills, propane and firewood needed for heating and cooking, work clothing, immunizations, and glasses (no contact lenses assistance available).
Eligibility: Unrestricted; all financial assistance is determined on a case by case basis.
Address:840 11th AveLongview, WA 98632Map & Directions
Services: Operates a weekly clothing closet and provides monthly food box services through FISH.
Eligibility: Unrestricted for food boxes; call for information regarding clothing services.
Address:1639 10th AveLongview, WA 98632Map & Directions
Services: Provides food boxes with a 3-day food supply. Provides hot lunches and personal care items such as soap and shampoo. Provides limited rent assistance of up to $300 when funding is available.
Eligibility: Rent assistance: Must have a 3-day pay or vacate notice.
Food box: Must meet USDA income guidelines; individuals and households can access food boxes 4 times per year and must be 30 days between visits.