Resources throughout Okanogan County


Subsidized and Low Income Housing in Okanogan County

For a list of subsidized and low income housing in Okanogan County Click Here 



OKANOGAN COUNTY  SCHOOL DISTRICT
HOMELESS LIAISONS

 

Liaison                         School District             Phone Number

          

Dianne Johnson               Brewster                          (509)689-3449 x210

Lois Garland                      Methow Valley               (509)996-2215

Julia O’Connor                Okanogan                         (509)422-5414

Racie McKee                    Omak                                  (509)826-7680

Charlie DeMarre            Oroville                               (509)476-3332

Julia O’Connor               Tonasket                             (509)422-541

                         PRIMARY RESOURCES

 

The Support Center                                                 (509)826-3221
Okanogan County Housing Authority               (509)422-3721

Oroville Housing Authority                                   (509)476-3059

Community Action                                                  (509)422-4041

Manfisher Ministries                                              (509)826-5699

Family Empowerment (Clothing Bank)            (509)422-5414

Family Health Centers                                           (509)422-5700
Family Health Centers Dental Clinic                 (509)422-6705
Family Planning                                                       (509)422-1624
DSHS—To apply for TANF or Food Stamps on-line: Click Here

 

                    Food Banks Hours:

 

Brewster:        Thursday, 9:00-10:30

                                    123 Indian Avenue Episcopal Church Basement

 

Conconully:    Every 1st & 3rd Wednesday 1:30-3:00

                                    Conconully Town Hall

 

Okanogan:      Monday & Thursday, 9:00-11:00

                                    Community Action; 424 2nd Avenue South

 

Omak:            Monday & Thursday, 9:00-11:00

                                    101 West 4th Avenue

 

Oroville:         Thursday, 9:30-11:30

                                    Basement of Seventh Day Adventist Church

 

Tonasket:       Thursday, 9:00-11:00

                                    300 South Whitcomb Avenue (Main Street next to Tiger’s Den)

                                  

Twisp:             Thursday, 1:00-4:00

                                    The Cove, 128 Glover Street, Twisp

 

Wauconda:     Every 1st & 3rd Thursday 1:00-2:00

                                    Wauconda Community Hall; 129 Troda Creek Road

 



Adult Protective Services (Vulnerable adults)

509-846-2103

1-800-459-0421

1-866-363-4276


Adult & Adult Care (Respite Care / COPES Program)

509-826-7452

1-888-437-4147


Aging & Disability Services (Vulnerable adults & Children)

1-866-363-4276

                                                                   

Al-Anon

509-486-2093


Career Path Services

509-826-2417



Child Protective Services & Referrals for Abuse & Neglect of children

1-800-557-9671

Local office - 1-800-869-4018

Fax - 1-509-826-7440


Chemical Dependency Program OBHC

509-826-5600

Child Development for Birth to 3years

509-826-6191

CLEAR (free legal services for low income)

1-888-201-1014

over 60 years of age call 1-888-387-7111

TDD 1-888-201-9737

CLEAR DV Line 1-888-201-1012


Colville Tribal Services:

Behavior Health: 509-634-2610

Food Distribution: 509-634-2767 FAX- 509-634-2795

Law Enforcement: 509-634-2472 FAX- 509-634-2486 Toll Free: 1-800-551-5800

TCFS: 509-634-2637 FAX- 509-634-2633 Toll Free: 1-800-658-4535

Tribal Court: 509-634-2500 FAX- 509-634-2511 Toll Free: 1-800-440-1457

Nespelem TANF: 509-634-2290 FAX- 509-634-2742 Toll Free: 1-866-202-0471

Omak TANF: 509-422-7403 FAX- 509-422-7421

Tribal Prosecutor: 509-634-2462 FAX- 509-634-2497

Tribal Public Defender: 509-634-2450


Omak Food Bank distributes free food, groceries, and meals throughout the community. Call (509) 826 – 1717.


Salvation Army Centers provide referrals, family services, and may have emergency assistance programs. A focus is on income qualified families with children, the disabled, and seniors in Okanogan County Washington. Some cash may be available for paying heating bills, utilities, or rental costs, however it is rare and has restrictions. Other resources include free Christmas programs (Angel Tree), job counseling, and ongoing case management from social workers. Continue.


St James Episcopal Church – Food and support is offered to people in Brewster and Pateros areas of Washington. The center is located at 515 W Indian Avenue, Brewster, Washington, 98812.



Okanogan County Community Action Council is located at 424 South 2nd Avenue, Okanogan, Washington 98840, and can be reached at (509) 422-4041.


The Housing Authority of Okanogan County may have some rent and housing programs, such as section 8 vouchers, for families facing imminent threat of homelessness or those who are currently without a home. Income limits are in place, and resources are offered for the elderly, seniors, and children from low income families. 110 Oak Street, Okanogan, WA, 98840, main number is (509) 422 - 3721


The Cove can be reached at (509) 997 – 0227. Resources can help address both short and long term needs. This can include assistance with car repairs, money for paying rent and utility/heating bills, and other aid. Another service in high demand is free food programs.


Okanogan County
http://www.dshs.wa.gov/Mentalhealth/ncentral.shtml

Washington State Mental Health Crisis Lines:
If there is a life-threatening emergency, please call 911.
Suicide Prevention (800) 273-8255 TTY Users (800) 799-4TTY (4889)


Mental Health Ombudsman
Aging & Adult Care of Central Washington
Attn: Jeff Howard
1336 S. Pioneer Way, Suite 103
Moses Lake, WA 98837-2410
Phone: (800) 346-4529
Fax: (509) 766-2573
Email: howarj@dshs.wa.gov

Okanogan Behavioral Health Care (509) 826-6191
1007 Koala Drive
Omak, WA 98841-3208
Alternative languages available: Spanish


Okanogan Behavioral Healthcare and Medical Clinic
Chief Executive Officer: Roger Bauer

Omak Office
1007 Koala Drive
Omak, WA 98841
Local: (509) 826-6191
Out of Area: (866) 826-6191
Fax: (509) 826-3029
TTY Line: (509) 826-2113
After Hours & Emergencies:
(509) 826-6191
(866) 826-6191
Web: www.okbhc.org


Tonasket Outreach 
17 S. Western Street
Tonasket, WA 98855
Local: (509) 486-0902
Out of Area: (866) 826-6191
Fax: (509) 486-2243
TTY Line: (509) 826-2113
After Hours & Emergencies:
(509) 826-6191
(866) 826-6191


Brewster Outreach
507 Hospital Way
Brewster, WA 98812
Local: (509) 689-2065
Out of Area: (866) 826-6191
TTY Line: (509) 826-2113
After Hours & Emergencies:
(509) (509) 826-6191
(866) 826-6191







Victim Connect:

http://victimconnect.org/

1-855-4-victim

(1-855-484-2846

National Crime Victim Bar Association:

www.ncvli.org

1-503-768-6819

Office of Crime Victim Advocates (OCVA):

www.ocva.wa.gov

1-8100-822-106

Washington Coalition of Crime Victim Advocates-WCCVA:

www.wccva.org

1-360-456-3858

Washington Association of Prosecuting Attorneys - WAPA:

www.waprosecutors.org

1-360-753-2175

Washington Courts Website:

www.courts.wa.gov

WA State Websites:

www.access.wa.gov

Address Confidentiality Program:

WA SEcretary of States Office Website

(ask an advocate for assistance with this as you will need special requirements to qualify)

www.secstate.wa.gov/acp

1-800-822-1065

Crime Victim Compensation -CVC: Department of Labor and Industries:

http://www.lni.wa.gov/claimsins.crimevictims

1-800-762-3716

Bio-Management Northwest:

Crime Scene Clean-up:

www.biomanagementnw.com

1-877-524-6411


Find Washington Drug Rehab & Alcohol Rehab That Works

The Recovery Village

866.807.3802