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Our Partners


Partner Agencies:

American Red Cross - Olympic Peninsula Chapter
Prepares for, prevents, and responds to large scale disasters; provides emergency relief following individual disasters in Clallam & Jefferson.

151 Ruth's Place, Sequim, PO Box 188, Carlsborg, WA  98324, 360-457-7933
Michelle Kelley, Executive Director

Boys and Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula

Enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.  Boys & Girls Clubs provide nutritious meals, supportive adult guidance, and programs promoting academic success, healthy living, and character development for youth ages 5-18. 
2 sites – Sequim and Port Angeles.

400 W First St, PO Box 4167, Sequim, 98382, 360-683-8095
2620 S. Francis St, Port Angeles, 98362, 360-417-2831
Mary Budke, Executive Director

Camp Beausite Northwest

To provide a fun, safe environment where campers will have the opportunity to increase skills and independence in a setting otherwise not available to them. Camp Beausite NW is a place where everyone has the opportunity to be all they can be. We currently provide five week-long overnight summer camp sessions for adults and children with special needs.

PO Box 1227, Port Hadlock, WA 98339, 360-732-7222
Claudia Edmundson, Director

Clallam Mosaic

Works to serve all of Clallam County regarding issues important to children and adults with developmental disabilities. 

PO Box 3081, Sequim, 98382, 360-681-8642
Supriya Jayadev, Executive Director

Concerned Citizens for Special Children
Offers programs for developmentally delayed persons to encourage personal growth, social development, independence, and a pathway to employment.  Concerned Citizens also provides childcare, teen center, and parenting classes, family reunification services – serving Clallam and Jefferson Counties.

945 S Forks Ave, P.O. Box 1787, Forks, 98331, 360-374-9340
805 E 8th, Port Angeles, 98362, 360-452-2396
Linda Middleton, Executive Director

Sequim Free Clinic - DVHWC
Provides access to health care for the underserved in the community and promotes wellness.

777 North Fifth Avenue, P.O. Box 3434, Sequim, WA  98382, 360-582-2976

First Step Family Support Center
Provides family-centered programs that promote the healthy development of families through parent education and support services. (Port Angeles and some services in Sequim)

325 E. 6th, Port Angeles, 98362, 360-457-8355
Nita Lynn, Executive Director

Forks Abuse Program
Provides 24-hour crisis response and shelter, medical, legal, and advocacy based counseling to victims of domestic/sexual violence. (West end of County)

PO Box 1775, Forks, 98331, 360-374-6411
Crisis Line: 360-374-2273
Ann Simpson, Executive Director

Forks Food Bank
Provides food to meet the basic needs of West End families and individuals who are unable to purchase groceries for themselves.

P.O Box 35, Forks, 98331,360-374-6411
Pat Soderlind, Executive Director

Girl Scouts of Western Washington
Serves the changing needs of Clallam County girls ages 5-17 by offering experiences to help them grow strong in mind, body and spirit. 

P.O Box 900961, Seattle, 98109, 1-800-767-6845
Megan Ferland, Executive Director

Healthy Families of Clallam County
Provides services empowering Clallam County children, youth, adults, and families to achieve their potential, improve their behavioral health and live free of violence and abuse. 

1210-C E. Front, Port Angeles, 98362, 360-452-2381
Becca Korby, Executive Director

Lutheran Community Services, Parent Line
Provides countywide child care resources and referral, supervised visits for parents, and support services for families affected by substance abuse throughout Clallam County.

301 E Lopez, Port Angeles, 98362, 360-452-5437
Lisa Lyon, Executive Director

North Olympic Regional Veteran's Housing Network

Provides housing services for homeless Veterans and formerly homeless Veterans at three locations; Sarge's Place, Camp Sol Duc and The Outpost. NORVHN also provides referrals and service connected disability claim work for those within Clallam and Jefferson Counties. 

250 Ash Avenue, Forks, WA 98331
Cheri Tinker, Executive Director

Olympic Community Action Programs

Provides a variety of health and human services including Adult Day Center, Forks Recreation Center, Head Start, Meals on Wheels, dental and health access and other assistance programs in Clallam and Jefferson Counties.

803 W Park Ave, Port Townsend, 98368
228 W First, Suite J, Port Angeles, 98362, 360-452-4726
Dale Wilson, Executive Director
Emergency Services, 360-452-4726
Encore!, 360-457-6801 

Olympic Peninsula YMCA
Provides positive programs that emphasize building strong kids, strong families and strong communities.  Particular focus on health and fitness, recreation. 

302 S. Francis, Port Angeles, 98362, 360-452-9244
Len Borchers, Executive Director

Parenting Matters Foundation
Provides parenting classes, support services to families, and educational materials including monthly newsletters to increase parents’ knowledge of child development and prepare children for school for all of Clallam County.

P.O. Box 3323, Sequim, 98382, 360-681-2250
Cynthia Martin, Executive Director

Peninsula Behavioral Health
Provides critical behavioral health services through partnerships that contribute to improved quality of life for both clients and community.

118 E. 8th, Port Angeles, 98362, 360-457-0431
Wendy Sisk, Executive Director

Peninsula Dispute Resolution Center
Promotes and provides for the peaceful resolution of conflict through modeling, facilitating and teaching mediation in Jefferson and Clallam Counties.

319-C S. Peabody, PO Box 1034, Port Angeles, 98362, 360-452-8024

Pro Bono Lawyers

Improve access to justice (noncriminal) by coordinating volunteer lawyers’ direct representation or consultation for indigent persons, and providing courthouse facilitator services regarding family law for all.

228 W. First, Suite J, Port Angeles, 98362, 360-452-4726
Shauna Rogers, Executive Director

St. Andrew's Place Assisted Living Facility
Provides a home-like atmosphere, social activities, and assistance to low-income residents, while enhancing the right of choice, dignity and independence, located in Port Angeles.

520 E Park, Port Angeles, 98362, 360-417-3418
Laura Dodd, Executive Director

St. Vincent de Paul, St. Joseph, Sequim

Funds are used for client assistance, generally to prevent homelessness and utility disconnects.

Sequim, WA, 98382, (360)681-8771
Mike Flynn, President 

Serenity House of Clallam County
Working to prevent and eliminate homelessness in Clallam County – provides emergency shelter, transitional housing, supportive services and counseling and assistance to homeless and at-risk individuals and families. 

2203 W 18th, PO Box 4047, Port Angeles, 98363, 360-452-7224
Doc Robinson, Executive Director
Single Adult Shelter, 360-452-7221
Family Shelter, 360-452-7224
Evergreen Family Village, 360-452-7908
Child Care Center at the Commons, 360-457-9599

Volunteer Chore Services (CCSSW)
Volunteers provide services like transportation, home chores, etc. which allow elderly and disabled residents throughout the county to retain their dignity and independence.

PO Box 936, Port Angeles, 98362, 360-417-5640
Teri Wensits, Program Coordinator

Volunteers in Medicine of the Olympics
Located in Port Angeles, VIMO provides primary care medical and dental clinics, staffed by volunteers, serving adults who have no access to medical care. 

909 Georgiana, Port Angeles, 98362, 360-457-4431
Mary Hogan, Executive Director

West End Youth & Community Club
Programs for seniors and youth in the Clallam Bay/Sekiu area, and offering the old Sekiu Schoolhouse as a focus center for community groups and programs

P.O. Box 21, Sekiu, 98381
John Burdick, President, 360-963-22438