The Offender Services Division offers a wide variety of alternative sentencing options to Judges and offenders which include: Electronic Home Monitoring; Day Reporting; Community Service; Pretrial Release Supervision; Inmate Counseling Services; Inmate Educational Programs; Work Release; In Custody Work Crew; Out-of-Custody Work Crew
Fees vary per program. Please call for specific information. Offenders must bring a court ordered referral slip to the Offender Services office. All offenders will be required to pass a UA before they are eligible for the program.
The Missing & Unidentified Persons Unit (MUPU) assists law enforcement agencies and parents in locating missing persons. The following services and resources are provided by the Washington State Patrol MUPU: A toll-free, 24-hour number to report missing persons; Coordinating investigative resources; Database research and case analysis; DNA collection kits; Identification information; Public education; Child safety training. 24 Hour Hotline: 1-800-543-5678
L&I is a diverse state agency dedicated to the safety, health and security of Washington's 3.2 million workers. We help employers meet safety and health standards and we inspect workplaces when alerted to hazards. As administrators of the state's workers' compensation system, we are similar to a large insurance company, providing medical and limited wage-replacement coverage to workers who suffer job-related injuries and illness.
Provides free and confidential assistance for victims of crime in Cowlitz, Wahkiakum and Clark counties; 24/7 Crisis Intervention; Individual Advocacy; Medical Advocacy; Legal Advocacy. Call for appointment. Must be a victim of crime to qualify for services. Crime does not need to have been reported to law enforcement.
Services Provided: Services available to families and individuals, including cash, medical, food, child care and social services. The CSO administers state and federal public welfare programs. These include medical programs for aged, blind and disabled individuals, children and pregnant women. We also administer medical programs that assist Medicare recipients with their co-pays and deductibles and with drug and alcohol treatment. There are other medical assistance programs available so we encourage anyone to apply who may be in need of medical assistance.
Northwest Psychological Resources offers a wide range of mental health services provided by caring professionals with the highest qualifications. Each clinician is independent and sets his or her own fees without restriction or regulation by Northwest Psychological Resources. Most insurance is accepted. Please contact our office for fee information.
We operate a Lay Counseling Ministry that seeks to provide free counseling assistance for persons and families in need of help. This service is supervised by a professional psychologist, is free of charge and open to anyone in the community. Call (360) 423-6380 for an appointment.