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United Way Community Partner Agencies

We have a diverse portfolio of the highest-performers in the local non-profit landscape. Our partner agencies are critical to making a vision of a strong, healthy community, with opportunities for all, a reality. It takes a variety of group and strategies to change a community, not just one agency. Check out our list of partners below.


Big Brothers Big Sisters - (360) 943-0409 main, (360) 807-4097 local

Helps children reach their potential through professionally supported one-to-one mentoring relationships, with measurable impact.
 

Boys & Girls Club of Chehalis - (360) 345-1700

Enables all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as caring, responsible, productive citizens. Clubs are a safe place for youth to learn and grow, all while having fun.

 

Boy Scouts of America, Pacific Harbors Council - (360) 918-0066 or (360) 269-8424 local

Prepares young people to make ethical choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.

 

Coastal Harvest - (360) 532-6315

Delivers, at no charge, food to over 50 food banks, senior centers, tribal centers and feeding programs in Grays Harbor, Pacific, Lewis, Thurston, Jefferson and Wahkiakum Counties.

 

Community Youth Services - (360) 943-0780

Provides support services, outreach, crisis intervention, counseling, and case management for at-risk children, teens, and families. Includes shelter, foster care, transitional housing, job training, and learning readiness.

 

Fire Mountain Arts Council - (360) 496-0541

Creates and delivers extraordinary theatre and education programs to engage community members and visitors of all ages and backgrounds as audience members and participants.

 

Health and Hope Medical Outreach - (360) 623-1485

Free walk-in clinic providing urgent care and basic health care services for the uninsured and underinsured.

 

Housing Resource Center of Lewis County (formerly Lewis County Shelter Program) - (360) 736-5140

Provides emergency shelter to homeless individuals and families, as well as transitional housing to homeless families with children, plus case management.

 

Human Response Network - (360) 748-6601 or toll free 1-800-244-7414

Provides support, education, and resources for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.

 

Lewis County Autism Coalition - (360) 623-8596

A catalyst for community action and partnerships that support families and advance success in school, work, and life for individuals on the autism spectrum.

 

Lewis County Bar Legal Aid - (360) 748-0430

Provides civil law access to low income individuals.

 

Lewis County Food Bank Coalition - (360) 330-1519

Provides and supports acquisition and distribution of food for the hungry to maximize resources and outreach for eight Lewis County food banks.

 

Lewis County Head Start - (360) 736-1696

Partners with parents and the community to enhance and develop the social/emotional and school readiness skills of children and the self sufficiency of families.

 


Pope's Kids Place - (360) 736-9178

Provides comprehensive medical, dental, and respite care for children, with a focus on children with special needs.

 

Reliable Enterprises - (360) 736-9558

Provides training, employment, and living skills to developmentally disabled adults. Disability identification/treatment services for children from birth to three years of age, as well as Head Start education for three and four year olds. Housing services for adults with disabilities, homeless individuals and families, to include employment services and temporary assistance to maintain current housing.
 

The Salvation Army - (360) 736-4339

Provides basic human necessities, including emergency food and shelter to low income and indigent individuals and families in Lewis County.

 

Volunteer Services - 1-800-783-8193

Provides dedicated volunteers to assist low income elderly and disabled adults with home maintenance, housework, yard care, and essential transportation services.

 

Youth Advocacy Center of Lewis County - (360) 623-1990

Facilitates a multidisciplinary child-focused approach to the prevention, investigation, prosecution and treatment of child physical and sexual abuse and neglect, by reducing the traumatization of victims and their non-offending family members.

 


For community resources and information on available services, dial 2-1-1. 2-1-1 is an easy-to-remember phone number for people to call for health and human service information and referrals and other assistance to meet their needs. Get Connected. Get Answers. Visit www.win211.org for more information. 

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