Activities held at Longview and elementary schools. Stations of activities include: homework, reading, games, crafts, sports and occasional guest speakers. Scholarship and reduced payment programs available to qualifying families. After School Program until 5:30 PM at Kessler and St. Helens, and 5:45 at Columbia Valley Gardens Elementary. Before /After School Programs from 7:00 to 8:45 AM and 3:30 to 6:00 PM at Robert Gray. Go to www.mylongview.com/reconline to register online.
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.
The Teen Mentor Program (TMP) pairs local high school students with elementary and middle school students in positive support system among our youth. TMP offers a structured avenue for teens to develop their mentoring talents and skills through friendships with younger children who may need additional emotional support in order to meet their potential as students and individuals. As role models, the teens build leadership confidence while fostering constructive relationships with the younger students in a school environment.
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.
Specializing in providing counseling for: Challenging Children/School Issues; Parenting Skills; ADD/ADHD; Victims of Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence; Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PSTD); Transition or Adjustment Problems (loss, divorce, break-ups, blending families, etc.); Grandparents Raising Grandchildren; Individual, Family, Couple, Teen and Child Therapist; Anger Management Treatment and Evaluations; Power and Control Issues; Combat Veterans. Ages treated 4 to 104. Insurance accepted, including Medicaid.
Rx Help for Washington is a website designed to help low-income, uninsured Washington residents get access to patient assistance programs where they may qualify for free, or nearly free, prescription medicines. Medicines are free or discounted. If you have questions about RxHelpforWA or your medications consult your physician or pharmacist.