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United Way of the Blue Mountains- Walla Walla Partner Agencies

BLUE MOUNTAIN ACTION COUNCIL

529-4980
1520 Kelly Place, Suite 140, Walla Walla
www.bmacww.org
Services: Provide financial and material assistance, information and referral; energy assistance; adult and youth job training/placement; food distribution; weatherization and repairs; adult literacy tutoring; and pro bono lawyer referral (civil legal issues only); special-needs housing; transitional housing and services for the homeless; Commitment to Community neighborhood revitalization program; host to AmeriCorps national service team.

BLUE MOUNTAIN BOY SCOUT COUNCIL; BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA

509-735-7306
P.O. Box 2608, Walla Walla, WA 99362
www.bmcbsa.org
Services: To prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of Scout oath and law.

CAMP FIRE USA  Learn more about Camp Fire

525-3180
414 South Park, Walla Walla
www.ww.campfire.org
Services: Recreational opportunities for youth age 0 - 21, develop self-confidence, personal responsibility and realize their full potential.

CATHOLIC CHARITES Walla Walla

525-0572
www.catholiccharitiesspokane.org/walla-walla-regional-office
408 W. Poplar, Walla Walla
Services: Individual, marriage, family, and youth counseling, senior housing, diaper and layette program.
Volunteer Chore Service:
420 W. Alder St., Walla Walla 
529-9062

CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY OF WASHINGTON

529-2130
1612 Penny Lane, Walla Walla
www.chs-wa.org
Services: Counseling and parent education for Children and their Families, Home Team Parent Aide program, Early Head Start, summer and afterschool programs at Farm Labor Homes, fatherhood and couples groups.

FRIENDS OF CHILDREN OF WALLA WALLA

527-4745
120 E. Birch, Suite 10, Walla Walla
www.wallawallafriends.org
Services: Provides opportunities for at-risk youth (age 6-17) to enjoy a meaningful friendship with a caring, responsible adult volunteer. Ongoing support and training are provided for all volunteers.

HELPLINE

529-3377
1520 Kelly Place Suite 180. Walla Walla
www.helplineww.org
Services: Provides screening for emergency financial, food, shelter, prescriptions, transportation, utilities and clothing assistance for needy and homeless.

LILLIE RICE CENTER

525-5433
2616 E. Isaacs Ave, Walla Walla
www.lilliericecenter.org
Services: Socialization, vocational training, support and employment for individuals with developmental disabilities.

SENIOR CENTER - CENTER AT THE PARK

527-3278
720 Sprague, Walla Walla
www.wallawallaseniorcenter.org
Services: Provides people 50 years of age and older unique opportunities to create a very special community of their own without isolating themselves from the rest of the community. Meals on Wheels and Center Volunteers are just two of many programs the Center at the Park provides.

THE SALVATION ARMY

529-9470
www.facebook.com/thesalvationarmy.wallawalla
825 West Alder, Walla Walla
Services: Provides food, clothing, shelter, utility assistance and counseling to families and individuals in need.

WALLA WALLA COMMUNITY HOSPICE

525-5561
1067 E. Isaacs Avenue, Walla Walla
www.wwhospice.org
Services: Expert, compassionate end-of-life care at home or in an assisted living setting for adults and children.  Other programs include grief support groups, one on one grief counseling and Camp Amanda.

WALLA WALLA VALLEY DISABILITY NETWORK

520-2249
PO Box 1918, Walla Walla
www.wwvdn.org
Services: To improve the quality of life for persons with disabilities and their families in the Walla Walla Valley through access and support.

YMCA

525-8863
340 South Park, Walla Walla
www.wwymca.org
Services: Character development of youth of our community by providing high-quality leadership and programs to enrich and enhance the lives of youth.

YWCA of Walla Walla

525-2570
213 South First, Walla Walla
www.ywcaww.org
Services: Domestic violence and sexual assault crisis response and supportive services; domestic violence emergency shelter for women and women-headed families; childcare for children ages 1-12; free outdoor youth actives in the summer Fun Factory, Mariposa leadership development program for Latinas in grades 5-7.

United Way of the Blue Mountains- Umatilla and Morrow Counties Partner Agencies

BOARDMAN SENIOR CITIZENS, INC.

(541) 481-3257, Boardman

Meeting the physical, mental and social needs of Boardman elders through congregate meals, service and social opportunities.


CAMPUS LIFE / YOUTH FOR CHRIST - BLUE MTN

(541) 567-0769, Hermiston
www.bluemountain.yfc.net

A  5,000 square foot youth center, staff and volunteers provide year ‘round drug and alcohol free activities, recreation and character building meetings for teenagers


CAPECO MONEY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

(541) 276-1926

Assist individuals to handle their own finances, create and follow budgets, and get out of debt.  Also help individuals by providing Representative Payee and Bill Pay assistance services.


DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SERVICES

(541) 276-3322, Pendleton
1-800-833-1161 24 Hour Crisis Line
http://www.domesticviolenceservices-or.org

Provides shelter, counseling and assistance to victims of sexual assault and/or domestic violence in Umatilla and Morrow Counties.


EASTERN OREGON ALCOHOLISM FOUNDATION

(541) 276-3518, Pendleton
http://www.eoaf.org

Provides residential alcohol/chemical dependency treatment and therapy including parenting education, anger management, budgeting and home-making skills for residents of eastern Oregon.


FOSTER GRANDPARENTS-SENIOR COMPANIONS, UMATILLA COUNTY

(541) 276-4474, Pendleton
http://www.nationalservice.gov/

Older citizens volunteer their time and skills with at-risk children in local school classrooms or with frail, homebound, isolated elders.


HERMISTON SENIOR CENTER

(541) 567-3582, Hermiston

Committed to working with and for senior citizens to develop activities and meal programs so they can remain healthy, active, and independent.


LOST & FOUND YOUTH OUTREACH

(541) 276-3987, Pendleton
http://www.cnrstone.org

Seeks to meet the needs of at-risk youth (12-18), in a holistic, practical, volunteer driven program focusing on relationships, cognitive development, and meeting basic needs.


NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER OF SOUTH MORROW COUNTY

(541) 676-5024, Heppner

Provides food, clothing, shelter, utilities, medical and transportation assistance to low-income residents and seniors.


OUTREACH FOOD BANK

(541) 276-2878, Pendleton

Provides food and clothing and referrals to other resources to those in need with no administrative or fundraising costs.  Donations of food and money accepted.


S.M.A.R.T. START MAKING A READER TODAY

(971) 634-1614

Provides early reading, support, access to books, and community engagement to positively impact literacy outcomes and provide equitable opportunity for all kids.


STANFIELD FOOD BASKET

541-376-5511, Stanfield
http://www.cityofstanfield.com/food-basket

Provides food, shelter, utilities, medical and transportation assistance to low income residents and seniors


THE SALVATION ARMY

(541) 276-3369, Pendleton
http://www.salvationarmy.usawest.org/

Provides basic and emergency needs such as food, clothing, shelter, emergency travel, prescriptions and furniture as well as counseling and referrals.