Rosburg Hall

Large community facility available for receptions and gatherings including weddings, family reunions, graduation and funeral receptions. Certificated kitchen, ample parking, restrooms; handicap accessible. Located 1,000 feet of SR 4 on Altoona-Pillar Rock Rd.

Rosburg Community Club conducts fundraising activities to support upkeep and maintenance of the Rosburg Hall.  Membership is open to all interested local residents. Call 360-465-2251


Teen Volunteer Program - PeaceHealth St. John

Community involvement program for youth ages 14-18. A four-hour a week commitment can involve: greeting patients, transporting patients and equipment, escorting patients and documenting your activities. A three month commitment is requested. A 2.7 G.P.A. is required, as well as a 6-hour orientation and letter of recommendation from a teacher, counselor or pastor. Adult volunteers are welcome too. Please call the office for application process.


Lower Columbia Community Action Program (CAP)

The Lower Columbia Community Action Program (CAP) is a non-government, non-profit organization which provides comprehensive social services to people in need. CAP's services include:

 HELP Warehouse – Food Banks

 Energy and Housing Services

 Meals on Wheels

 Employment and Training

 CAP Transportation

 Homeless Services

 Career & Family Development Program

 Financial Independence



W.S.U. Cowlitz County Extension

Informal research-based education to the community in the areas of: 4-H Youth Development; Leadership Development; Food Safety and Nutrition; Horticulture and Natural Resources; Family Budgeting; Clothing and Textiles; Parenting; Composting and Recycling; Working with Volunteers; Master Gardener Clinics.  Education is provided by workshops, written publications, one-on-one responses to phone calls, newsletters and volunteer outreach.


Volunteer Chore Services - Catholic Community Services Family Center

Volunteer Chore Services is committed to helping elders and adults with disabilities remain independent in their own homes through a network of caring community members. Services provided include:  Housework, Cooking, Laundry, Communications,Shopping/errands, Household Repairs, Transportation, Monitoring, Yard Work, Wood Provision, Respite, Some kinds of Personal Care, Minor Home Repair, Protective Supervision, Moving Assistance


Goodwill Work Opportunity Center of Cowlitz County

Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Job Placement and Retention Services, including Job Coaching if needed. Potential clients would apply for vocational services through the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and once accepted would request that the Work Opportunity Center of Cowlitz County be their employment vendor. Staff is fluent in ASL.

Individual Supported Employment. Long term job retention services for individuals with Developmental Disabilities, including Job Coaching. Referral is made by the Division of Developmental Disabilities.