Community Resource Guide

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Pregnancy, Maternal Care & Parenting

FIRST STEP FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER
Help is available from a family support social worker, nurse, nutritionist, and a case manager during and after your pregnancy. Many of our services are provided in-home or in-office with a case worker. Our services include:

  • Infant Case Management
  • Maternity Support Services
  • Drop-In Center (Clothing Closet, Books, Healthy Snacks and More)
  • Free Pregnancy Testing
  • Parent-Child Assistance Program
  • Parents as Teachers (Home-Visiting Program)
  • Supported Parenting Program
  • Parenting Classes
  • First Book program
  • Child Passenger Safety Program

Port Angeles Drop-In Center
Monday – Friday, 1 PM – 4 PM
325 E. 6th Street, mailing P.O Box 249, Port Angeles 98362
Phone: (360) 457- 8355
Fax: (360) 457-3820

Forks Drop-In Center
Monday – Thursday, 1 PM – 4 PM
1071 S Forks Ave, Forks, WA 98331
Phone: (360) 374-2427
www.firststepfamilysupportcenter.org

FAMILY HEALING CENTER
In-home parent coaching, group parenting classes, court ordered parenting instruction. Helping families develop a solid family foundation in a safe environment that empowers them to grow and become the best parents they can become.
(360) 452-4870
330 E. 1st Street, Port Angeles, Washington

OLYMPIC MEDICAL CENTER NEW FAMILY SERVICES
Lactation support, childbirth education with Kelly Watkins, and baby classes (days and availability vary, please inquire with NFS for accurate times and dates).
(360) 417-7652
939 Caroline St., Port Angeles
www.olympicmedical.org/services/new-family-services

CLALLAM COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
Immunizations, WIC
(360) 417-2303
111 E. 3rd St., Port Angeles

WIC (WOMEN, INFANT AND CHILDREN)
Nutrition education, health promotion, supplemental food.
www.clallam.net/hhs/PublicHealth/wic.htm

Port Angeles
(360) 417-2275
111 E. 3rd St., Port Angeles

Sequim
(360) 417-2275
583 W. Washington St., Sequim

Forks
(360) 374-3121
140 “C” St., Forks

Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe
(360) 452-6252
Lower Elwha Wellness Center, 243511 HWY 101 W., Port Angeles

DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN, YOUTH, AND FAMILIES (DCYF)
(360) 565-2240 or 1-866-764-2233
After hours: 1-800-562-5624
Fax (360) 417-1440
TTY: 1-800-833-6388
201 W. 1st Street, Suite 2

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND HEALTH SERVICES
1-800-737-0617
(360) 565-2180
201 W. 1st Street
www.dshs.wa.gov

HEALTHY FAMILIES OF CLALLAM COUNTY
Protection orders are available here.
(360) 452-3811 (Crisis Line 452-HELP)
1210 E. Front Street, Suite. C

PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF THE GREAT NORTHWEST
Pregnancy testing, emergency contraceptive, STD testing/treatment, birth control, annual exams, abortion services, HIV testing, men’s and women’s health, patient education.
1 (800) 769-0045
426 E. 8th Street
www.plannedparenthood.org

OBRIA – Port Angeles
(360) 452-3300
824 A E 8th St, Port Angeles
www.obriapnw.org

OBRIA – Sequim
(360) 681-8725
675 N. 5th Ave. Suite 2B Sequim
www.obriapnw.org

PARENT CHILD INTERACTION THERAPY (PCIT)
Rachel Hardies (private business)
(360) 207-0079

OLYCAP
Early Childhood Services, Head Start, Early Head Start, Early Childhood Assistance Program (ECEAP).
(360) 452-4726 ext. 6261
228 W. 1st Street, Suite J
www.olycap.org

LUTHERAN COMMUNITY SERVICES NORTHWEST PARENT LINE
Referrals and navigation for community resources, basic necessities (food, toiletries, diapers), child check screening and parent coaching, financial literacy and nutrition classes, DSHS and government benefit applications, medical insurance applications, resume and cover letter assistance, on-site laundry facility, community use computer/printer, snacks and beverages, back to school supplies, holiday giving for children.
(360) 452-KIDS (5437)
2610 S. Francis Street, Port Angeles
351 Founders Way, Forks by appointment- (360)461-5911
www.lcsnw.org/program/clallam

PENINSULA BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
Contracts with child welfare for classes, professional counseling and home visits.
(360) 457-0431, (Contact Kathy Stevens ext. 139)
PA Office: 118 E. 8th Street

BIRTH TO THREE INFANT AND TODDLER PROGRAM
This program is for children with a medical diagnosis and/or developmental delays in the areas of gross/fine motor, communication/language, and/or social, emotional, cognitive or adaptive skills. Port Angeles & Joyce, call Family Resource Coordinator, Concerned Citizens.
Port Angeles (360) 452-2396
Joyce (360) 374-9340
Forks (360) 374-9340
Port Hadlock (360) 379-1315

BABY BLUES CONNECTION
Help for pregnant and postpartum moms and dads with depression, anxiety and stress.
1 (800) 557-8375
www.babybluesconnection.org

PERINATAL SUPPORT WASHINGTON
Free, understanding, private support and professional referrals for perinatal mood or anxiety disorders.
1 (888) 404-7763
www.perinatalsupport.org

PERINATAL PEER SUPPORT GROUP (MOTHERING TOGETHER AND ENTRE MAMAS)
Support for Caregivers, Peer Support, Education and Awareness, a safe place to be heard and reassured. Located at First Step Family Support Center.
(360) 457-8355

CJ FIRST CANDLE
Safe Sleep, SIDS and Stillbirth Information; grief support.
1 (800) 221-7437
www.cjfirstcandle.org

CHILD CARE AWARE
Help finding childcare.
1 (800) 446-1114
www.childcare.org

TEXT4BABY
Receive free messages times for your due date/baby’s birthday, along with a free app and appointment reminders.
www.text4baby.org
Text BABY or BEBE (Spanish) to 511411.

WITHIN REACH
1 (800) 322-2588
www.parenthelp123.org

CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL HEATH CARE NEEDS (CSHCN)
Children birth to 18 years of age who have, or are at risk of having, a serious physical, develoPMental, behavioral, or emotional conditions; and/or who require health and related services of a type and amount beyond what is generally required and who are WA state residents. Examples of conditions: Asthma, autism spectrum disorder, cancer, cerebral palsy, diabetes, Down syndrome, prematurity, speech/language delay, ADD/ADHD and many more.
1 (866) 557-5111
(360) 374-3121 (Forks)

Drop-in Centers

FIRST STEP FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER
Baby and child clothing closet, books, healthy snacks, and a variety of resources available.
Monday – Thursday, 1 PM – 4 PM
(360) 457-8355
325 E. 6th Street, Port Angeles

FIRST STEP FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER – FORKS
Baby and child clothing closet, books, healthy snacks, and a variety of resources available.
Monday – Thursday, 12:30 PM – 4:30 PM
(360) 374-2427
1071 South Forks Ave, Forks WA 98331

T.A.F.Y. CENTER (THE ANSWER FOR YOUTH)
Providing emotional and spiritual help to at risk people, ages 13-35. There is no minimum age. They have showers, a washer & dryer available, & can offer some financial assistance for certain needs.
Monday, Wednesday & Friday, 3 – 7 PM, Sat, 4 – 7 PM
(360) 670-4363
826 E. 1st Street

LUTHERAN COMMUNITY SERVICES NORTHWEST
Emergency laundry assistance, personal care, adult socks.
(360) 452-5437

FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Clothing closet for adults.
(360) 452-8971
110 E. 7th Street
Wednesday, 1 PM – 3 PM

CARING FOR KIDS CLOTHING CLOSET
Clothing closet for school age children.
Tuesday, 12 PM – 4 PM or by appointment.
Contact Jess (360) 461-0426 or Jen (360) 808-2829
905 W. 9th Street, Port Angeles. (On the corner of 8th & B)

HORIZON CENTER
The Horizon Center is an intensive Day Support Program that provides life skills training and a meal for Peninsula Behavioral Health clients Monday – Friday. 223 E 8th St, Port Angeles
(360) 457-3566

Medical & Dental Care

NORTH OLYMPIC HEALTHCARE NETWORK (NOHN)
(360) 452-7891
240 W. Front St, Port Angeles
www.nohn-pa.org

LOWER ELWHA HEALTH CLINIC
(360) 452-6252
243511 Highway 101 W
www.elwha.org/departments/lower-elhwa-health-clinic

OLYMPIC PENINSULA COMMUNITY CLINIC
Primary medical care, mental health care, and referrals for special care for adults who do not have access to health care. Free to uninsured on a first come, first serve basis. Patient Intake on Mondays from 1PM – 4PM.
(360) 457-4431
819 E. Georgiana Street
www.vimoclinic.org

DUNGENESS VALLEY HEALTH & WELLNESS CLINIC
To qualify, you cannot have any social benefits or money to pay for services.
(360) 582-0218
777 N. 5th, Sequim Medical Plaza, Suite 109

PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF THE GREAT NORTHWEST
Pregnancy testing, emergency contraceptive, STD testing/treatment, birth control, annual exams, abortion services, HIV testing, men’s and women’s health, and patient education.
(360) 452-2954 or 1-800-769-0045
426 E. 8th Street
www.plannedparenthood.org

SEA MAR DENTAL CLINIC
(360) 406-5260
228 W 1st Street

JAMESTOWN FAMILY DENTAL CLINIC
(360) 681-3400
1033 Old Blyn Hwy
www.jamestowntribe.org/programs/hhs/hhs_dental.htm

OLYMPIC MEDICAL CENTER – CHILDREN’S CLINIC
(360) 565-0999
433 E. 8th Street

ABCD (ACCESS TO BABY & CHILD DENTISTRY)
For children birth through 6 years old living in Jefferson or Clallam County. Linking families with Apple Health to local Dentists.
Call Lisa Jones at (360) 477-6490.
www.unitedwaykitsap.org/access-baby-child-dentistry-abcd

NORTH OLYMPIC HEALTHCARE DENTAL CLINIC
Takes state insurance & offers sliding scale fees.
(360) 912-6759
933 E. 1st Street
www.nohn-pa.org/about-us/services/dental/

Children’s Developmental Concerns & Screening

FIRST STEP FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER
Monday – Thursday, 1 – 4 PM
Many programs available.
(360) 457-8355
325 E. 6th Street
firststepfamilysupport.org

PORT ANGELES SCHOOL DISTRICT CHILD FIND/SPECIAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT
Monday – Friday, 8 AM – 5 PM
(360) 565-3740
216 E. 4th Street
portangelesschools.org/departments/special_services/special_education/child_find

HEAD START – MOUNT ANGELES
Monday – Friday, 8 AM – 4:30 PM
(360) 452-8496
2321 S. Francis Street, Port Angeles

HEAD START – PORT ANGELES
Monday – Thursday, 8 AM – 4:30 PM
(360) 457-6963
Mailing address to return application:
2203 W 18th St, Port Angeles, WA 98363

HEAD START – SEQUIM
(360) 582-3709
224 N. Sequim Avenue

EARLY HEAD START – LOWER ELWHA TRIBE
Monday – Friday, 8:30 AM – 4 PM
(360) 452-5105
463 Stratton Roadd

OLYMPIC COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAMS, EARLY CHILDHOOD SERVICES
Questions? Call (360) 452-4726
228 W 1st Street, Suite J, Port Angeles, WA 98362

SEQUIM SCHOOL DISTRICT
Monday-Friday, 7:30 AM – 4 PM
(360) 582-3260
503 N. Sequim Avenue
www.sequim.k12.wa.us

LUTHERAN COMMUNITY SERVICES NORTH WEST
Child Check is a free screening program available to every child in Clallam County between the ages of 18 months to five years old, to verify that your child is ready for Kindergarten. Please contact Amanda Sanders at (360) 452-5437 or asanders@lcsnw.org.
2634 S. Francis, Port Angeles

CONCERNED CITIZENS EARLY INTERVENTION PROGRAM
Contact Janie Achodor at (360) 379-1315 or jachodor@concernedcitizenspnw.org.
(360) 452-2396 or 1 (888) 493-8198

Clothes & Baby Items

FIRST STEP CLOTHING & EQUIPMENT CLOSETS
Port Angeles
(360) 457-8355
325 E. 6th St.
Monday – Friday, 1 PM – 4 PM

Forks
1071 S Forks Ave
Monday – Thursday, 12:30 – 4:30 PM

INDEPENDENT BIBLE CHURCH
Food bags available & clothing closet.
(360) 452-3351
116 East Ahlvers Road

SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST
Clothing closet and food available
(360) 683-7373
30 Sanford Lane, Sequim

NEW IMAGE
Provides free clothing to women in need, no matter what their circumstances.
(360) 385-0300
1925 Blaine Street, Port Townsend

FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Clothing closet
(360) 452-8971
110 E. 7th Street

Food Resources

PORT ANGELES

PORT ANGELES FOOD BANK
Shop at the market for free food during these hours:
Wednesday – Friday 11am-6pm, Saturday 11am-2pm. Closed Sunday – Tuesday. https://www.portangelesfoodbank.org/
(360) 452-8568
632 N. Oakridge Dr

SALVATION ARMY SOUP KITCHEN – PORT ANGELES
Free breakfast 8-9 am, lunch Monday-Friday, 12 – 1 PM
(360) 452-7679 @ 206 S. Peabody

SALVATION ARMY FOOD BANK – PORT ANGELES
Tuesday & Thursday, 2 – 4 PM
(360) 452-7679 @ 206 S. Peabody

ST. MATTHEW LUTHERAN CHURCH – PORT ANGELES
Free meal, Wednesdays at 5 PM
(360) 457-4122
132 E. 13th Street

TAFY CENTER – PORT ANGELES
Helps people up to the age of 35. There is no minimum age. They have showers and a washer and dryer available, and can offer some financial assistance for certain needs. Hot food served daily, cold food available (ramen, peanut butter, granola bars, etc.)
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 3 – 7 PM; Saturday, 4 – 7 PM
(360) 670-4363
826 E. 1st Street Port Angeles

LUTHERAN COMMUNITY SERVICES NORTHWEST – PORT ANGELES
Emergency food pantry. Please call ahead.
Monday, 10 AM – 12 PM; Thursday, 1 PM – 3PM
(360) 452-5437

SNAP BASIC FOOD PROGRAM – PORT ANGELES
Apply online for SNAP EBT Basic Food benefits, to submit your review or report change. Apply by phone during business hours at listed phone number.
Monday – Friday, 8 AM – 5 PM
(877) 501-2233
DSHS Community Service Office
201 W 1st Street
www.washingtonconnection.org

SCHOOL WEEKEND MEAL PROGRAMS – PORT ANGELES
Friday food bags of weekend meals for students from Port Angeles Food Bank. Students eligible for free /reduced lunch can talk to school counselors or the secretary to sign up. Break bags of groceries are available for winter and spring breaks, parents sign up and arrange pick up at the Port Angeles Food Bank.

FREE SUMMER LUNCH PROGRAM – PORT ANGELES
Free meals for kids and teens under 18. Call to confirm times and locations.
(360) 683-8095

SAFEWAY SNAP COUPON – PORT ANGELES
SNAP shoppers that have Safeway Rewards accounts will receive $5 coupons for every $10 SNAP dollars spent on fruits and vegetables (fresh, canned, or frozen). Not currently working at self-checkout.
110 E. 3rd St and 2709 E. Hwy 101

FARMERS MARKET FRESH BUCKS – PORT ANGELES
Market shoppers using SNAP will receive an additional a $1 for $1 match up to $40 ($20 from SNAP, $20 from Farmer’s Market). Stop by the Market Booth for more information.
Port Angeles Farmer’s Market, 133 E. Front St

FOOD PANTRY AND EMERGENCY FOOD BAGS – PORT ANGELES
Please call ahead so someone can be available to help you. Two-day supply of emergency food available from Holy Trinity Lutheran Church.
Monday – Thursday 8 AM – 4 PM, Friday 8 AM – 2 PM
(360) 452-5437
301 Lopez Street

PORT ANGELES FOOD NOT BOMBS – PORT ANGELES
Hot meals and take-home pantry items are available.
2nd and 4th Saturdays of every month
Jessie Webster ”Tree Park” on S. Eunice and 3rd Street

SEQUIM

SEQUIM FOOD BANK
Need to live within Sequim school district boundaries. Need I.D. and proof of address.
Open Mondays from 1 – 4 PM, Fridays and Saturdays from 9 AM – 12 PM.
(360) 683-1205
144 West Alder Street

LUKE’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH – SEQUIM
Free soup, salad, bread and dessert
Wednesdays, 12 – 1 PM
5th and Fir

TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH – SEQUIM
Dinner the last Thursday of each month, April through October at 6 PM, January through March at 5 PM. Call Monday through Wednesday to make a reservation.
(360) 683- 5367
100 Blake Avenue
www.sequimtumc.org

MASONIC LODGE TEFAP COMMODITIES – SEQUIM
(360) 683-5330
700 S. 5th Avenue
3rd Thursday of each month from 7am – 10am.
Free food packages from the federal commodities program given to those eligible (must self- identify as at or below 185% of the federal poverty rate.)

FREE SUMMER LUNCH PROGRAM – SEQUIM
Free meals for kids and teens under 18. Call to confirm times and pick-up locations.
(360) 683-8095

SAFEWAY SNAP COUPON – SEQUIM
SNAP shoppers that have Safeway Rewards accounts will receive $5 coupons for every $10 SNAP dollars spent on fruits and vegetables (fresh, canned, or frozen). Not currently working at self-checkout.
680F W. Washington Street

FARMERS MARKET FRESH BUCKS – SEQUIM
Market shoppers using SNAP will receive an additional a $1 for $1 match up to $40 ($20 from SNAP, $20 from Farmer’s Market). Stop by the Market Booth for more information.
Sequim Farmer’s and Artisan Market (SFAM) Civic Center Plaza, N. Sequim Avenue

SCHOOL WEEKEND MEAL PROGRAMS – SEQUIM
Friday food bags of weekend meals for students from Sequim Food bank are available through the school year and summer. For school year bags, please refer to school counselors or call. For summer bags, please call for distribution sites.
Contact Merrin Packer @ mpacker@sequimschools.org
(360) 565-3703 or (360) 582-3251

FORKS

SNAP BASIC FOOD PROGRAM – FORKS
Apply online for SNAP EBT Basic Food benefits, to submit your review or report change. Apply by phone during business hours at listed phone number.
Monday – Friday, 8 AM – 5 PM
(877) 501-2233
www.washingtonconnection.org

FORKS COMMUNITY FOOD BANK – FORKS
Tuesday and Thursday, 3 – 4:30 PM
(360) 374-4197
181 Bogachiel Way

FEEDING FIVE THOUSAND – FORKS
Every Tuesday from 12 – 2 PM
(360) 370-4093
Forks Community Center, 91 Maple Ave.

SCHOOL WEEKEND MEAL PROGRAM – FORKS
Weekend backpack program of weekend meals for students, administered through Readiness to Learn School District program. Accepting referrals from school or local service agency staff members to confirm need.
(360) 374-6262 ext. 213
Berlinda James berlinda.james@qvschools.org

BLYN

JAMESTOWN S’KLALLAM TRIBAL FOOD BANK – BLYN
Open to enrolled Jamestown citizens, descendants and other Native Americans living in the area. Drop-in or appointment.
Monday – Friday, 8 AM – 5 PM
(360) 681-4636
Zaccardo Rd

CLALLAM BAY

NEW HOPE FOOD BANK – CLALLAM BAY
Every 2nd and 4th Wednesday, 10 AM – 12 PM
(360) 963-2424
13693 Highway 112, Sekiu, WA

LA PUSH – QUILEUTE

QUILEUTE FOOD DISTRIBUTION PROGRAM – LA PUSH-QUILEUTE TRIBE
USDA Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations provides food to meet nutrition levels for those eligible.
(360) 372-2147
quileutenation.org/human-services/commodities/

FOOD PANTRY PROGRAM – LA PUSH-QUILEUTE TRIBE
Located at Quileute Commodities Warehouse, food provided to those living on Quileute Reservation or Quileute enrolled.
Monday – Friday, 8 AM – 4 PM
(360) 374-2147

LOWER ELWHA

LOWER ELWHA SOCIAL SERVICES – LOWER ELWHA KLALLAM TRIBE
Tribal TANF, General assistance, ICW, Family advocacy, LIHEAP, Food Bank, emergency food vouchers, clothing closet, etc.
(360) 452- 8471 ext. 7450
3080 Lower Elwha Rd

NEAH BAY

MAKAH TRIBAL FOOD BANK – NEAH BAY
Regular Food distribution. Call for hours and to assess eligibility.
(360) 645-2154
40 Resort Drive

Emergency Housing Services

SERENITY HOUSE FAMILY SHELTER & TRANSITIONAL HOUSING SERVICES
(360) 452-7221
2321 W. 18th St PA
www.serenityhouseclallam.org

THE DROP/YES
Homeless Youth Program that assists people between the ages of 12-24 in all of Clallam County. Helps with housing, financial assistance, rent assistance, utility assistance, obtaining documents for employment, case management, new clothing, hygiene supplies, first & last month’s deposit for new housing, mobile meal programs, food, communication tools, basic needs, and transportation.
(360) 565-5041 ext. 6 or call Jen Mobley (360) 565-6697
Mobile office can come to you or you can visit the Serenity House Office at 110 E. 7th ST, Port Angeles.

ROSE HOUSE OF HEALTHY FAMILIES OF CLALLAM COUNTY
(360) 452-3811
1210 E. Front St # C, Port Angeles

FORKS ABUSE PROGRAM
Emergency shelter including food, clothing closet and laundry services.
(360) 374-2273 (24/7 crisis line)
81 S 2nd Ave, Forks

Other Housing Services

HOUSING RESOURCE CENTER (PORT ANGELES)
Open from 9 AM – 12 PM and 1 PM – 5 PM. Assists in finding housing in your area. This is the first place you should check, as The Housing Resource Center helps connect you with all the other areas.

Port Angeles
(360) 452-7224 x1
2203 W. 8th Street

Sequim
583 W Washington St.

Forks
287 Founders Way

PENINSULA HOUSING AUTHORITY (FOR CLALLAM AND JEFFERSON COUNTIES)
Open Monday – Thursday from 9 AM – 4 PM, Friday from 9 AM – 12 PM. On the first Friday of each month, hours are 9 AM – 4 PM.
(360) 452-7631
2603 S Francis
www.peninsulapha.org

WILDWOOD TERRACE
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM
(360) 452-7563
934 West Lauridsen Boulevard

EVERGREEN FAMILY VILLAGE
Monday-Friday, 8 AM – 4:30 PM
(360) 452-7224
2203 W. 18th Street
www.serenityhouseclallam.org/housing

HILLTOP RIDGE
Monday-Friday, 9:30 AM – 2 PM
(360) 457-5322
1914 S. Pine Street

FAIRCHILD HEIGHTS
Not low-income housing, but takes Section 8.
Monday-Friday, 9:30 AM – 4 PM
(360) 457-6212
2301 W 18th Street

ROSE HOUSE TRANSITIONAL HOUSING (THROUGH HEALTHY FAMILIES)
Safe, stable and supporting transitional housing for women and children who have left violent relationships and are on the path of recovering their lives. Housing for up to 12 months. Therapy groups for women and children are provided at no charge.
Monday-Friday, 9 AM – 4 PM
(360) 452-3811
(360) 452-4357 (24-hour line)
1210 E Front St Suite C, Port Angeles

Transportation

THE BUS-CLALLAM TRANSIT SYSTEM SERVICES
(360) 452-4511
www.clallamtransit.com/aboutparatransitservice

JEFFERSON TRANSIT
(360) 385-4777
jeffersontransit.com

PARATRANSIT SERVICES – Bus Passes
You may receive bus passes with medical appointments, 3-4 appointments a month required. Also, with a medical card, Paratransit can transport you out of town to medical appointments or they can provide gas and ferry vouchers if you have your own car.

Please Note: Certain restrictions apply to above mentioned services and require, in most cases, seven to ten business days to process requests, mailing passes, and coupons.

1 (800) 756-5438
www.paratransit.net

SUBSTANCE USE

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
(360) 452-4212
www.aa.org

AL ANON
(360) 452-6973
www.al-anon.org

NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS
24-hour Hotline
(360) 477-9367
www.nopasc.org

THE CRISIS LINE
(360) 452-4500

OLYMPIC PERSONAL GROWTH
Monday – Thursday, 9 AM – 5 PM
(360)-681-8463
390 E. Cedar St, Sequim 98382

CEDAR GROVE RECOVERY SERVICES
Monday – Thursday, 9 AM – 5 PM; Friday 1 – 4 PM
(360) 452-2443
806 S Vine St, Port Angeles

JAMESTOWN HEALING CLINIC
(360) 681-7755
526 S. 9th Ave., Sequim

KLALLAM COUNSELING
(360) 452-4432
243613 Hwy 101 W

PENINSULA BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
Monday – Friday, 8 AM – 5 PM
(360) 457-0431
118 E. 8th Street

REFLECTIONS COUNSELING
Monday – Friday, 9 AM – 5 PM
(360) 452-4062
3430 E. Hwy 101

RESOURCES FOR QUITTING SMOKING www.doh.wa.gov/ForPublicHealthandHealthcareProviders/HealthcareProfessionsandFacilities/ProfessionalResources/TobaccoCessationResources

INFORMATION ON THE QUIT SMOKING LINE www.dshs.wa.gov/sites/default/files/ALTSA/stakeholders/documents/duals/toolkit/Washington%20State%20Tobacco%20Quit%20Line.pdf

MAT PROGRAMS
North Olympic Health Network

(360) 452-7891

BAART – MAT Dosing (360) 395-2976
716 S. Chase Street
Port Angeles, WA 98362

Olympic Peninsula Health Services – MAT Dosing (360) 382-4398
1605 E Front St. Suite C
Port Angeles, WA 98362

Olympic Medical Center
(360) 565-0999

Jamestown Clinic
(360) 683-7755

QUITNOW.NET
Live chat and support.

Crisis & Emergency Services

OLYMPIC COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAMS
Help with housing, energy assistance, medical, and dental.
Monday – Friday, 8 AM – 4:30 PM
(360) 452-4726
228 1st St (In Armory Square Mall)
www.olycap.org

AMERICAN RED CROSS
Monday – Friday, 10 AM – 4 PM
(360) 457-7933
151 Ruth’s Place, Sequim.
www.redcross.org/where/chapts.asp

SALVATION ARMY
Monday – Friday, 8:30 AM – 4 :30 PM
(360) 452-7679
206 S. Peabody
www.salvationarmyusa.org/usn

ST. VINCENT DE PAUL – SEQUIM
24-hour Hotline
(360) 683-2112

ST. VINCENT DE PAUL – PORT ANGELES
Helpline
(360) 457-5804

MANNA
Must be a Port Angeles resident. Help with emergency bills such as utilities, propane, background checks, birth and marriage certificates, class support at Peninsula College, court appointed class fees, credit screening, driver’s license, state ID cards, laundry, medications, storage unit fees, work clothes, monthly bus passes.
Thursday, 9:30 AM – 2 PM
(360) 457-3954
139 W. 8th St

SEQUIM COMMUNITY AID
24-hour Hotline. Help with P.U.D., rent & water.
(360) 681-3731

THE CRISIS LINE
24-hour Crisis Help
(360) 452-4500
118 E. 8th St

HEALTHY FAMILIES OF CLALLAM COUNTY
Monday – Friday, 9 AM – 4 PM
(360) 452-3811
1210 E. Front Street Suite C
www.healthyfam.org

T.A.F.Y. CENTER (THE ANSWER FOR YOUTH)
Providing emotional and spiritual help to at risk people, ages 13-35. There is no minimum age. They have showers, a washer & dryer available, & can offer some financial assistance for certain needs.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 3 – 7 PM; Saturday, 4 – 7 PM
(360) 670-4363
826 E. 1st Street

Domestic Violence, Sexual & Child Abuse

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CRISIS LINE
1 (800) 799-7233 or (360) 452-4500
www.thehotline.org

MARIPOSA HOUSE (aka FORKS ABUSE)
Shelter for intimate partner and domestic violence. Housing Support legal advocacy, legal referrals for people who have experienced any crime. Protection orders, Prevention Education for parents and younger kids. Advocacy for parents whose children have been victimized.
(360) 374-6411
81 2nd Ave, Forks
http://www.mariposahouse.org

HEALTHY FAMILIES OF CLALLAM COUNTY
Monday – Friday, 8 AM – 5 PM
(360) 452-3811
1210 E. Front Street Suite C, Port Angeles
www.healthyfam.org

PENINSULA COMMUNITY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
Monday – Friday, 8 AM – 5 PM
(360) 457-0431
118 E. 8th Street, Port Angeles

CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES
Monday – Friday, 10 AM – 4 PM
1 (800) -422-4453 (24-hour intake line)
(360) 565-2240 (Office)
201 W. 1st Street Suite 2, Port Angeles
www.dcyf.wa.gov/parent-resources/child-protective-services

WEST END OUTREACH
Monday – Friday, 8 AM – 5 PM
(360) 374-5011
530 Bogachiel Way, Forks
www.forkshospital.org/weSuitendoutreach/index.html

Legal Help

NORTHWEST JUSTICE PROJECT & CLEAR HOTLINE
(360) 452-9137 or 1-888-201-1014
1020 Caroline St, PORT ANGELES
www.nwjustice.org

CLALLAM-JEFFERSON PUBLIC DEFENDERS
Monday – Friday, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
(360) 452-3307
516 E. Front Street, Port Angeles
defensenet.org

PENINSULA DISPUTE RESOLUTION CENTER
(360) 452-8024 or 1 (800) 452-8024
319 S. Peabody St, Port Angeles
www.pdrc.org

HEALTHY FAMILIES OF CLALLAM COUNTY
Monday – Friday, 9 AM – 4:30 PM
(360) 452-3811
1210 E. Front Street, # C, Port Angeles
www.healthyfam.org

CLALLAM/JEFFERSON COUNTY PRO BONO LAWYERS
Free Legal Advice and Clinics throughout the year. To receive services, you must first call the CLEAR line at
1 (888)-201-1014.
(360) 504-2422
228 W First St, Port Angeles
www.cjcpbl.org

COURTHOUSE FACILITATOR
The Clallam County Courthouse Facilitator provides no cost help with court published forms and court procedure (but not legal advice).
(360) 417-2588

Other Useful Contacts

POISON CONTROL
1 (800) 222-1222
www.aapcc.org

SUICIDE PREVENTION
National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 988
Crisis Counselors: (360) 452-4500

WASHINGTON CHILDCARE AWARE RESOURCES
Child Care Aware of Washington Family Center can help you explore your options for quality care.
1 (800) 446-1114
www.childcareawarewa.org

CLALLAM COUNTY WORKSOURCE
Monday – Friday, 8 AM – 5 PM

Port Angeles
(360) 457-9407
228 W. 1st Street
www.worksourcewa.com

Sequim
(360) 351-4021
810 W Brackett Rd

PENINSULA COLLEGE
(360) 452-9277, Yvette Cline (360) 417-6495
1502 E. Lauridsen Blvd, Port Angeles
www.pencol.edu

PENINSULA COLLEGE FAMILY LIFE EDUCATION
(360) 417-6530
1502 E. Lauridsen Blvd, Port Angles

WORK FIRST BASIC SKILLS AT PENINSULA COLLEGE
Help Desk
(360) 417-6296

DSHS DIVISION OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES OFFICE
Monday – Friday, 8 AM – 5 PM
(360) 501-2233
228 W. 1st Street Suite F, Port Angeles
www.dshs.wa.gov/dda

DSHS DIVISION OF VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION OFFICE
Vocational services for those with disabilities
Monday – Friday, 8 AM – 5 PM
(360) 912-8315
228 W. 1st Street Suite A, Port Angeles

CONCERNED CITIZENS
(360) 452-2396
www.concernedcitizenspnw.org

FIRE DEPARTMENT
Port Angeles
(360) 417-4655
pafire@cityofpa.us (non-emergency)

Sequim
(360) 683-4242

Forks
(360) 374-5561

EXPRESS EMPLOYMENT
Temporary and permanent employment services.
(360) 452-1253
1128 E. Front Street
https://www.expresspros.com/portangeleswa

BEST (BECOMING EMPLOYED STARTS TODAY) PROGRAM
Supported employment program for Native and non-Native adults 18 and older with mental health diagnosis, including persons with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders.
(360) 565-7257
Heritage Center, 401 E 1st Street, Port Angeles, WA 98362