Assistance and Resources
- Community Organizations
- Emergency Services
- Substance Abuse
- Suicide Prevention and Crisis Support
- Additional Resources
Housing, Food and Cash Support
- 903 W. Third Ave, Moses Lake | (509) 764-8120
- Services Offered
Energy Assistance Program
903 W. 3 Ave., Moses Lake WA 98837 | (509) 765-9206
National Farmworker Jobs Program
Wenatchee, 270 9th Street NE, Suite #240,
East Wenatchee (509) 665-3715
Moses Lake, 903 W. 3 Ave., (509) 764-8120
The Prosperity Center
903 W. 3 Ave., Moses Lake WA 98837 | (509) 765-9206 ext. 250
- Migrant Seasonal Head Start & Migrant Seasonal Early Head Start Programs offer FREE childcare, Early Learning, and Child Development services.
- Early Head Start Home Visiting services for pregnant moms and children from 0-3 offers FREE Early Learning and Child Development education to families, family advocacy, health, safety, nutrition, and other educational and preventive resources.
- Early Childhood Education & Assistance Program offers FREE Early Learning and Kinder Readiness for children ages 4-5.
The Washington State Office of Education Ombuds (OEO) listens, shares information and referrals, and works with families, communities, and schools to address concerns so that every student can fully participate and thrive in our state’s public schools. OEO provides support in multiple languages and has telephone interpretation available.
To get help or learn more about what OEO does:
- visit their website: https://www.oeo.wa.gov/en
- email firstname.lastname@example.org,
- or call: 1-866-297-2597 (interpretation available).
The Washington State Governor’s Office of the Education Ombuds (OEO) is an independent state agency that helps to reduce educational opportunity gaps by supporting families, students, educators, and other stakeholders in communities across WA in understanding the K-12 school system and resolving concerns collaboratively. OEO services are free and confidential. Anyone can contact OEO with a question or concern about K-12 public schools.
- Give you verbal or written advice that may help you to solve your problem on your own;
- Send you written legal information and/or forms to help you solve the problem on your own;
- Try to resolve your problem through negotiation;
- Refer you to another legal aid service.
- Family law support
- House and apartments law support
- Work and Farm workers' rights
- Personal Safety law support
This treatment center focuses on mental health, drug and alcohol treatment, domestic violence treatment, and anger management.
Suicide Prevention - 988
Universal support for suicide prevention is now found at 988 or: 800-273-8255 Suicide Lifeline | 866-833-6546 Teen Link | Lifeline Crisis Chat | 741741 Crisis Text Line
Thinking about Suicide
If you are thinking about suicide, have thought about suicide before, or are concerned someone else might be thinking about suicide, please stop and read this.
Help is available. You can reach out for help for yourself or to support someone else. If you are in crisis, you can call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 24 hours a day, seven days a week, at 800-273-8255. Press 1 for the Veterans Helpline.
You could also get help by texting “HEAL” to the Crisis Text Line at 741741 or contacting Lifeline Crisis Chat.
If you’re under 21, you can call Teen Link at 866-TEENLINK (866-833-6546) and ask to talk to a peer.
Visit the Hotlines, text, and chat resources for more information.
If you or someone in your home is at risk of suicide or may be in the future, create a safety plan and reduce access to lethal means (objects or substances people could use to harm themselves).
24-hour hotline focusing on supports for LGBTQ young people in crisis. Contact by phone at 888-488-7386, chat and text services also available
24-hour help for substance abuse, problem gambling and mental health. Contact by phone at 866-789-1511
The Teen Link help line offers phone (6 p.m.– 10 p.m.) and chat (6 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.) support by trained youth volunteers. Youth call for all types of reasons. At Teen Link, no problem is too big or too small.
Advocates are available 24/7 at 1-800-799-SAFE(7233) in over 170 languages. All calls are confidential and anonymous
Eating disorders are serious, but treatable conditions. There are many resources available to get the help you or your loved one needs. The National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting individuals and families affected by eating disorders.