There is so much uncertainty around us right now regarding the Novel Coronavirus COVID-19. If you are uncertain how to feed yourself or your loved ones, help is available.
If you need food, please visit one of the local food pantries in our area. The Clark County Food Bank is updating its list of Food Pantry Sites daily to ensure folks can find access to food. If you cannot visit a site, ask a friend or neighbor to go in your place. They will be happy to give them a food box for you. If you cannot make it to one of the many partner agencies or need help in another way, please contact [email protected], they may be able to deliver food to your door in some situations.
The Human Services Council is working to provide transportation to food pantries, pharmacies, or grocery stores. Options might include picking up items and bringing them directly to you, or taking you to a store for necessities. Call (360) 735-5733, Please leave a message if no one answers.
Meals on Wheels is also providing home delivery to individuals 60 years and older. For information, call 503-736-6325.
There are currently over 21 locations county-wide, in addition to the grab and go meals offered weekly through the school districts.
Camas School District free meals, pick-up or delivery. For information, click here.
Hockinson School District breakfast and lunch. For information, click here.
La Center School District breakfast and lunch. For information, click here.
Ridgefield School District breakfast and lunch. For information, click here.
Washougal School District grab and go breakfast and lunch. For information, click here.
Woodland Public Schools free breakfast and lunch. For information, click here.
Please visit the Clark County Food Bank online for more information on getting food, volunteering, or donating if you are able. You can also connect with Clark County Food Bank and Clark County Live! on Facebook.