The Gabriel Project is a Pro-Life movement offering parish-based pastoral care to women in a crisis pregnancies. Gabriel volunteers, called Angels, work with the mother throughout the pregnancy and beyond, providing a variety of services based on the mother's needs. Services include but are not limited to such things as transportation to doctor appointments, housing assistance, providing household and baby items, and moral/emotional support. For more information, contact Norma Peters, Cowlitz County Gabriel Project Coordinator at 360-636-4553.
HELP Warehouse collects and distributes food to local food banks and provides USDA commodities to income eligible people. Occasionally, HELP Warehouse also has special items such as produce and fish. The Warehouse often has clothing and household items available, and provides information and referral for other services available to persons in need. There is no charge to low-income families.
For more information about HELP Warehouse, please call (360) 425-3430 and ask for assistance. Toll Free 1-800-383-2101
Provide quality medical care to the women of our community in an environment of compassion, integrity and respect. Our team of physicians along with our midwife, nurses and technicians offer both gynecological and obstetrical services including: Gynecological In-patient and Out-patient Services; Obstetrical and Postpartum Care; Ultrasound; Lactation Support (breastfeeding help)
Call for fee information. Most insurances accepted. Toll Free 1-800-438-7562
Assistance in quitting tobacco use, including: smoke and smoke free tobacco, c-ciggs, prevention plans. They also have information about : breast feeding, family planning, food safety, healthy aging, healthy home, illnesses and diseases, immunization, infant-child-teens, injury and violence prevention, marijuana, men's health, nutrition and physical activity, oral health, poisoning and drug overdose.
Get the app! (You must take the survey to access the free access code.)
Child Care Action Council supports caregivers, parents and communities in creating quality early learning opportunities for young children. We serve over 34,000 families and 950 providers in six counties. Since opening our doors in 1987, the CCAC has excelled at its mission to promote and nurture early learning communities where families and children thrive through multiple programs and services that all benefit young children.