Coronavirus / Covid-19 Information
Veggie RX is a program that can provide vouchers for fresh produce. Sites accepting vouchers include all Gorge Farmers markets, and farm stands including Mt. View Orchards, Kiyokawa Orchards, and other seasonal sites.
Other Local Oregon Food Banks
Seventh-Day Adventist Church (Hood River) 1090 22nd St - Tuesdays 9:30-11:30 AM (541) 386-4232
Seventh-Day Adventist Church (The Dalles) 3339 E 13th Tuesday 11 AM-3 PM (541) 298-837
St. Vincent De Paul (The Dalles) 315 W. 3rd St.-Tue 1 PM - 3 PM; Thur 3 -5 PM (541) 296-9566
Salvation Army (The Dalles) 623 E. 3rd St. M/W/F 1:00 PM -3:00 PM (541) 296-6417
The Dalles Community Meals (The Dalles) 315 W. 3rd St. - F/Sa/Su 4:30 -5:30PM (541) 296-9566
Windy River Gleaners (The Dalles) 3400 Crates Way - Call for times (541) 296-2400
Washington Food Resources
Bingen: WGAP Food Bank,1250 E Steuben St. T/Th 8:30 - 3:30 (Closed 12 - 1 for lunch) (509) 493-2662
White Salmon: Seventh Day Adv. Community Center Food Bank, 481 NE Tohomish Tue 9:30 AM-2:30 PM
Stevenson: Stevenson Food Bank,150 NW Vancouver W/F 9 AM-3 PM (Closed 12 - 1 for lunch) (509) 427-4334
Goldendale: Goldendale Food Bank,104 Simcoe Drive M/T 10 PM - 1 PM Thursday 4 PM - 7 PM
Housing, Utilities, Community ID
Hood River Shelter Services provides a warm and safe place for those without homes to sleep uninterrupted during winter nights in the Gorge, along with a warm and healthy dinner, breakfast, access to clean clothes, medical care, and other services. In 2020, shelter units are at the Hood River Valley Christian Church at 975 Indian Creek Rd in Hood River. November to March; 6pm to 8am, 7 days a week.
Also known as Oregon Lifeline: This program provides a monthly discount on home phone or broadband service, or free wireless minutes with select cellular providers to qualifying low-income Oregonian’s. This benefit continues for as long as you qualify. A person can qualify either by program-based qualifications or income-based qualifications.
The Oregon Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) is a federally funded program through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. LIHEAP is an assistance program designed to help low income households with home heating and cooling costs.
Founded in 1986, One Community Health (formerly La Clínica del Cariño Family Health Care Center, Inc.) is a non-profit, federally qualified, community and migrant health center. Their doors are open to all people in Hood River and Wasco counties in Oregon, and Klickitat and Skamania counties in Washington. They provide integrated medical, dental and behavioral health services to nearly 12,000 patients.
Children and Families
Chrysalis House, a domestic violence shelter in Hood River, offers shelter, safety, and supportive services to survivors and their children. To ask about available space and eligibility, call the 24 hour hotline at 541-386-6603.
Services and activities to enhance the lives of seniors in Hood River.
Volunteers in Action (VIA) trains and matches volunteers with adults in Hood River and Klickitat counties. Volunteers provide assistance with rides, errands, friendly visits, respite care, light meal preparation, light housekeeping, and other neighborly support. People who receive assistance through VIA are older adults, people living with chronic health conditions, and other vulnerable adults. (541) 387-6404
Tax, Financial, & Legal Services
Clothing & Other Services (Some services limited due to Covid-19)
The thrift store has a variety of items, including clothing.
The church at 975 Indian Creek Road has a thrift shop with clothng and some cookware. It's open Wednesdays from9 9am to 3pm, and Saturdays from 9am to 1pm.
The Hood River County Library has books and computer resources and has used books for sale.
Food & Toy Baskets - Holiday
The Hood River County Christmas Project provides Toy and Food Assistance to families in need in Hood River County during the Holiday Season. Visit their website to learn how to register for a gift or food basket in 2020.