Family Resource Center logo

RFRC Closed on Monday, January 16 for MLK Day

WE ARE HERE TO HELP

Sometimes life presents difficult challenges, but you are not alone. The Ridgefield Family Resource Center is here to help. We will remain open during the school closure so that we can support our students, families and staff. 

Families can have access to our food pantry and personal hygiene items. If you need additional resources please call 360-619-1412 or email to make an appointment.

Семейный информационный центр Риджфилда Форма приема гостей

Acerca del Centro de Recursos Familiares de Ridgefield

HOURS

Open to Ridgefield School District families and our community!

DROP IN
Mondays 1-5pm
Wednesdays 12-4pm
Thursdays 1-6:30pm


We are following safety guidelines allowing one family at a time to shop in the pantry. 

Email to make an appointment
outside of our open hours if needed.

LOCATION

RACC

We are located in portable C and D to the right of the RACC building.

Take Pioneer Street into town and park in the RACC parking lot at  510 Pioneer Street, Ridgefield, WA 98642. We are around the right of the RACC building in the first portable.

DONATIONS

We appreciate your interest in supporting the RFRC. The best form of donation at this time is monetary. This will allow us to purchase food and other items for the pantry.

Make a Donation

VOLUNTEER

Thank you for your interest in helping but due to social distancing, we are unable to accept new volunteers at this time.
Hopefully, things will change soon!

Click the heart to donate online or checks can be made out to Ridgefield School District with RFRC on the memo line. Please mail to 510 Pioneer Street Ridgefield, WA 98642. Thank you!

Community Resources

EMERGENCY HOTLINES

Helplines for emergency related services and information related to poison, accidental overdose or other health-related emergencies.

Emergency 911

Poison Center
1-800-222-1222

Crisis Hotline
1-800-626-8137

Information + Referral
Legacy Salmon Creek
360-487-1000

Memorial Health Center
360-696-5232

Peace Health SW Medical Center
360-256-2000

National Suicide Prevention
1-800-273-TALK (8255)

ALCOHOL + DRUG

North Clark County treatment centers that offer support to individuals for the treatment of alcohol and drugs.

Al-Anon 360-693-5781

Alcoholics Anonymous
360-694-3870

Change Point
360-604-0068
8:30 to 6:30, Mon.-Thurs.

Daybreak Youth Services
360-750-9588

Out-Patient Program
360-750-9635

Alcohol Rehab Help

CRISIS SUPPORT

Information and support for crisis services.

CC Parent Coalition
children with disabilities
360-823-2247

Compassionate Friends
1-877-969-0010

Child Protective Services
1-866-END-HARM

Children’s Justice Center
360-397-6002

Div. Developmental Disabilities
360-418-6108

Domestic Violence Hotline
1-800-562-6025

Family Help Line
800-932-HOPE

Girls & Boys Town 24hr Parenting Hotline
800-448-3000

Seasons of Hope
Clark County Grief and Bereavement Services
360-703-0300

Peace Health Stepping Stones
Grief and Bereavement Services
360-696-1520

LGBTQ Suicide Prevention Lifeline
866-488-7386

Parent Help 123 Family Health
Hotline 800-322-2588

Safe Choice Shelter Hotline (YWCA)
360-695-0501

Safe Choice Community Office (YWCA)
360-696-0167

Single Mom Support - City Harvest Church
360-546-1000

TeenTalk
360-397-2428

Triple Point LGBTQ Support
360-695-1325

Women’s Crisis Line
888-235-5333

City Harvest Church
360-546-1000

YWCA
360-696-0167

COVID-19 RESOURCES

If your income has changed please apply for free/reduced lunch for your students, you may be eligible for food assistance through a program called Pandemic EBT.  learn more 

Neighbors Helping Neighbors
Our local Clark County Food Bank
21814 NW 11th Ave
Ridgefield
360-887-3354
Handing out food boxes on Tuesdays 10-12:30

Compassion 360
Providing Food, resources and support

North County St. Vincent DePaul
360-841-8734
Rental and utility assistance
If you have students in RSD, it is best to be referred through the Ridgefield Family Resource Center

Washington State Resources

COVID-19 Relief Fund
COVID-19 Fondo de Ayuda para Personas Indocumentadas en el Estado de Washington

Clark County Food Bank

SNAP and TANF (basic food and cash)

Emergency Housing Support

Internet-Comcast
Internet - Broadband Emergency Benefit

Unemployment

Legal Help

Mental Health Services for Students
Family Solutions is currently taking new clients with state insurance. Let them know your child is a student in the Ridgefield School District
360-695-1014 or email

Real Life Counseling is currently accepting new clients with state or private insurance. Let them know your child is in the Ridgefield School District.
360-619-2226 

Clark County Crisis Services
1-800-626-8137

Adult Mental Health 

Additional Mental Health Resources

MEDICAL

Listings of healthcare resources for family health care needs (medical offices and walk-in clinics).


Find Affordable Healthcare

Battle Ground Health Care
(Free Clinic)
By appt. Tues. evenings 6-9 p.m.
360-687-8941

Clark County Public Health
360-397-8000

Free Clinic of SW WA
Emergency Prescriptions
360-313-1390

HIV/AIDS Hotline
800-448-0440

Human Services Council
360-694-6577

New Heights Clinic
call for appt/no cost
360-694-0355

Options 360
360-687-8943

Public Health Nurse
360-397-8425

SHIBA Medicare Advice
1-800-562-6900

 Sea-Mar
701 E Main St. Battle Ground 360-342-8060

Smoking Cessation:WA Tobacco Quit Line
800-QUIT-NOW
(800-784-8669)
855-335-3569 (SPANISH)

DENTAL

Low-income dental care services available
to families in North Clark County.

Battle Ground Health Care
Free clinic
By appt. Tues 6-9 p.m.
360-687-8941

Cascadia Technical Academy, Dental
360-604-1050

Clark County Dental Society
360-694-7431

Clark College Dental Hygiene School
360-992-2158

Free Clinic of SWWA
360-313-1390

Sea-Mar Community Health Centers
360-574-4074

EYE

Resources for needs related to eye care for infants, youth, and adults.

Infant SEE
Eye Exams
1-888-396-3937

Vancouver Eye Care
360-823-2020

MENTAL HEALTH

Adult, child and family counseling services in North Clark County.

Catholic Community Services
Bilingual counselor available
9300 NE Oak View Drive, Suite B
Vancouver, WA 98662
360-576.2211 or 360-213.2418

Children's Center
13500 SE 7th St Vancouver, WA 98683
360-699.2244

Columbia River Mental Health
6926 NE 4th Plain Blvd
Vancouver, WA 98661
360- 993.3000
Child and family services

Community Services NW The Wellness Program
360-546.1722
317 E 39th Street Vancouver, WA 98663
FREE mental health clinic serving non-insured adults.

Charis Counseling Services
360-891-2000
Office inside Nazarene Church
747 Pioneer Street Ridgefield, WA 98642

Family Solutions
360-695-1014
1014 Main Street Vancouver, WA 98660

Lutheran Community Services
3600 Main Street, Suite 200
Vancouver, WA 98663
360- 694.5624 ex.37

National Alliance on Mental Illness NAMI
5411 East Mill Plain Blvd, Ste 4 Vancouver
360-695.2823
info@namiswwa.org

Real Life Counseling
360-619-2226
105 W Main Street BattleGround, WA 98604

Western Psychological & Counseling Services
360-906-1190
7507 NE 51st Street Vancouver, WA 98662

CHILDCARE + PARENTING

ChildCare Aware of Washington
Find trusted child care
800-446-1114

Children’s Home Society of Washington CHSW Kinship Navigator
360-334-5559 or 695.1325 ext. 4214
Support for Grandparents or other family members raising children

First Steps (maternity and infant care)
Sea Mar Community Health Center
5411 East Mill Plain Blvd, Ste 28
Vancouver, WA 98661
360-852.9092

Nurse Family Partnership
360-397-8483
Help for first-time low-income during pregnancy and until baby is 2 years old, improves pregnancy outcomes, child development, and economic self-sufficiency.

Parents Again
360-334.5578
A support group for relatives raising relatives.

Parenting Program - EOC of Clark County
360-896-9912

Washington State Department of Social and Health Services Child Care Subsidy Program
1-877-501-2233
Check your eligibility for assistance to pay for child care.

FAMILY PLANNING

Family planning resources for pregnancy, parenting, and adoption services.

Emergency Contraceptive Line
1-888-NOT-2-LATE

Options360
360-687-8943
1706 W Main Street, Suite 115
Battle Ground, WA 98604
Hours: M-W-F 10am-5pm
Low cost/FREE Pregnancy and STD Services and FREE Education and Support

Planned Parenthood
888-576-7526

Maternity Support Services Seamar
360-213-1340

Postpartum Support International
1-800-944-4773

ADOPTION SERVICES

Boys and Girls Aid
1-877-932-2734

Open Adoption & Family Services
360-254-7236

FINANCIAL

Assistance with financial services and credit counseling.

Clear Point Credit Counseling Solutions
1-800-750-2227

Washington State Department of Social and Health Services
877-501-2233

Social Security and SSI
1-800-772-1213

Washington Connection
APPLY FOR FOOD + FINANCIAL HELP 

LEGAL

Legal aid and family court services for families who are experiencing a need for legal services.

Clark County Courthouse
360-397-2000

Clark County Superior Court

Clark County Volunteer Lawyers Association
360-695-5313

Family Court Services
360-397-2326

Vancouver Child Support Office
800 NE 136th Avenue Vancouver, WA 98684
360-696-6100 or 800-345-9984

UTILITIES

Call for household utility hook- ups and if you are experiencing outages.

Clark Public Utilities Power Outages
360-992-8000

Energy Assistance Operation Warm Heart
360-992-3000

St. Vincent De Paul Woodland
support is available depending on the amount and situation
360-841-8734

Phone Assistance Program

Internet: Emergency Broadband Benefit

TRANSPORTATION

C-Tran's Youth Opportunity Passes
For RSD students in middle or high school. Find the form and where to submit it here.

FOOD RESOURCES

Neighbors Helping Neighbors
21814 NW 11th Avenue
360-887-3354
Open Tuesday and Friday 10am-12:45pm
(closed on the fifth Tuesday and Friday of the month)

Ridgefield Family Resource Center
360-619-1412

HOUSING

Assisted Living for People with Disabilities

Council for The Homeless
2500 Main Street- Vancouver, WA 98660
360-695-9677 call to learn about available shelter and housing assistance in Clark County, WA. Monday - Friday: 9a - 5p Saturday and Sunday: 11a - 2p

Hope Lift – Transitional Housing
1111 Main Street, Ste 700 Vancouver, WA
360-334-1698

Housing Solutions Center
360-695-9677

Janis Youth Oakbridge Shelter
360-891-2634 or 888-979-4357

Mom’s Place Maternity
360-601-0272
Helping homeless women who are: 18 to 30 years old, pregnant, and/or have children 3 years of age or younger, who are in need of food, shelter, and practical support.

New Beginnings
360-989-0280

Open House Ministries
A family shelter
900 West 12th Street Vancouver, WA 98660 360-737-0300

Oxford for Addiction Recovery
360-258-4337

Salvation Army
Rental and utility assistance.
7509 NE 47th Avenue Vancouver, WA 98684
360-694-9503 

Vancouver Housing Authority (Section 8)
360-694-2501

Veterans Assistance Fund
1305 Columbia Street, Ste 100 Vancouver
360-693-7030

CLOTHING + FURNITURE

Neighbors Helping Neighbors
360-887-3354
21814 NW 11th Ridgefield

Ridgefield Family Resource Center

SCHOOL DISTRICT FEDERAL PROGRAMS

COLLABORATION LEADS TO SUCCESS

The Family Resource Center can only succeed through true commitment and collaboration between families and organizations that
work together.

We partner with other agencies and community groups in order to provide programs, activities and services to meet the total needs of families. The school system, departments of health and social services, churches, and many other agencies and service organizations, in addition to volunteers, are all vital to the Ridgefield Family Resource Center.  If you are connected to a resource that may be able to support the FRC, please let us know.