Community Resources

Mental Health Crisis Line: (360) 425-6064

If you or someone you know is having a mental health emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest hospital.

Cowlitz County Resources

  • Website containing the resources (medical, dental, housing, and many more) available in our community for students, parents and families.

Lower Columbia Community Action- CAP

  • Self-help program for low-income families that provides housing programs, employment services, transportation, and basic needs.

(360) 425-3430

Washington Information Network – 211

  • 2-1-1 is a free confidential community service and your one-stop connection to the local services you need, from utility assistance, food, housing, health, child care, after school programs, elder care, crisis intervention and much more. Dial 2-1-1 from anywhere in Washington State and you will reach a highly-trained information and referral specialist who will assess your needs and provide a list of referrals to available resources in your community.

Youth and Family Link

  • Youth and Family Link offers a variety of programs to serve Cowlitz County in areas that are under served. All Link services and programs are free.

(360) 423-6741

Community Health Partners

  • Free medical care to all uninsured adults 18+

(360) 442-4165

1230 7th Ave. Module H (Inside Kaiser Permanente Building)

Free and Income Basic Clinics

  • Free, income based health clinics, public health department clinics, community health centers located in Longview, WA. For the most part these clinics are for low income persons or those without insurance.

Free Transportation

  • If you have a current Provider One ID Card and are going to a covered medical service within your community, you may be eligible for Medical Transportation. Phone lines are open Monday – Friday from 8am – 5pm excluding the lunch hour and holidays. Please call at least 7-14 days in advance. Cowlitz County: 1–800-752-9422, Option 2.


Resources for Clothes:

New Life Church: 2441 42nd Ave.

  • Free clothing closet is open Thursdays 9:00-2:00
  • No ID required
  • 20 minutes to shop, 5 people at a time
  • Clothes from infant to adult
  • Dress warm, there may be a line to get into the building. 

(360) 423-0190


Family Community Resource Center


(located in the back parking lot of Monticello Middle School)

Please call the FCRC at (360) 575-7767 to make an appointment for the following resources:

  • Kinship Support/Resources: Families raising family members' children

  • Free Legal Aid Support

  • Medical Navigation Help – Tuesdays

  • Counseling Support- Mondays 1-4 for families that DO NOT have Molina Insurance

  • Counseling Support- Tuesdays 1-4 for families that DO have Molina Insurance

  • Emergency Food Support - Thursdays 9:00-11:00 (first come, first served)

  • Weekend Food Support

  • Monthly Grab and Go Food Support

  • E.A.T. (Eat and Thrive)

  • Winter clothes, etc. (coats, hat, mitten, blankets) - Available for pickup