Basic Needs

FOOD ASSISTANCE:

Name: Services: Locations/ Number: Hours: Accessing Services:
St. Vincent de Paul · Food boxes Pasco:215 S 6th Ave509-544-9315

Kennewick:120 N.Morain

509-783-7020

Pasco: Wed, 11AM-4PM

Kennewick: M-F 9-11AM, 1-4PM

Resident of Franklin County to access Pasco food bank.
Jericho Road Ministries Food boxes

Household Items

Clothing Pantry

Assessment/Referrals

2500 Jericho Road Richland, WA 99352

509-627-0750

amy@richlandnaz.org

2nd and Fourth Monday evenings of the month at 5:30 PM. Must call by the Friday before, by 2 pm to register at
509-627-0750
Tri-Cities Food Bank · Food boxes Kennewick:

420 Deschutes Avenue

Richland:

321WellsianWay

Benton City:

712 10th Street

(509) 943-2795

Kennewick:

M-F 9:30-11:30am

Richland:

M-F 9-11:30am

Benton City:

Wed 9:30-11:30am

Thurs 12-2:30pm ,

6-8pm

· Statement of need

· Identification papers establishing residency

Salvation Army · Food boxes 310 N 4th Ave

509-547-2138

(Tues & Thurs 9-11AM, 1-4PM) · Must be resident of Franklin County

· Provide current proof of residency

Tri-City Union Gospel Mission · Hot meals 3 x a day

· Food boxes

112 N. 2nd Ave

Pasco, WA 99301

509-547-2112

Food boxes: Wednesday’s and Thursdays 9AM to register. *call for more information on meal times Assists anyone in need
Harvest Outreach · Offers meat and vegetables

· Some personal care items

120 W. Railroad Ave

Kennewick, WA 99336

509-582-9064

M-Th9:30am-3pm
Second Harvest Tri-Cities · Emergency food 810 E. Chemical Dr.

Kennewick, WA 99336

509-585-3924

M-F 8AM-5PM
Golden Age food share · Emergency food 504 S. Oregon Street

Pasco, WA

509-547-8310

Mon, Thurs, and Sat 8am-Noon
Pasco Community Food Bank · Emergency Food 605 Road 36

Pasco, WA

509-547-4998

Tuesday 9am-Noon
First United Methodist · Emergency Food 703 W. Clark Street

Pasco, WA

509-547-9731

Saturday 9am-Noon
Pasco Christian Church Food Bank · Emergency Food 1524 W. Marie Street

Pasco, WA

509-545-8589

Monday-Friday 3-4pm
Meals on Wheels · Hot meals delivered and served on site For a full list of sites, control clickhere Meals are delivered M-F, 11am-noon For home-delivered meals individual must be 60+, home-bound, and unable to prepare their own meals.
DSHS Basic Food · Financial assistance with food costs 1120 N. Edison Kennewick, WA Apply M-F 8AM-5PM, or online Income and citizenship requirements. For more information seeAccessing SNAP
Women Infant Children (WIC) program · Weekly food vouchers For a full list of locations control-clickhere Depends on site, for information on hours see the site location list Pregnant, breastfeeding, or have children under five, meet income guidelines

SHELTERS:

Name Services: Locations/ Number: Hours: Accessing Services:
Tri-Cities Union Gospel Mission · Overnight shelter

· Shelter for men

· Shelter for women/ children

Men’s:

112 N 2ndAve

Pasco, WA 99301

509-547-2112

Women’s:

110 N. 2ndAve

Pasco, WA 99301

509-547-2112

Men’s:

Check in daily 8AM-7PM

Women’s:

Check in daily 1:30-3:30 PM

Must provide ID, 3 day stay maximum for those without ID’s. For rules and regulations on women and family shelter see theUGM Women and Children Shelter Rules and Schedule
Ken and Teresa’s place · Day shelter 2625 W.BuneauPl # D

Kennewick, WA

509-222-1030

M-F, 6:30AM-3:30PM, Sat 8:30AM-12:30PM) None
My Friend’s Place · Overnight shelter for teens 1111 N. Grant Place

Kennewick, WA

509-460-4994

Call to receive more information Overnight shelter for teens ages 13-19
Domestic Violence Services · 24 hour crisis shelter for victims of domestic violence 2211 W. Clearwater Ave, Suite C-140

Kennewick, WA 99336

509-582-1277

Shelter is available 24 hours a day, call to receive more information Involved in domestic violence situation and have an immediate threat of violence.

HOUSING ASSISTANCE:

Name: Services: Contact Information: Hours: Accessing Services:
Coordinated Entry System · Emergency shelter vouchers

· Eviction prevention

· Rapid re-housing

· Screening for all community housing programs

500 N.Morain

Kennewick, WA 99336

509-737-3946

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday – 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Closed 12:00pm – 1:00 pm

Wednesday – Closed

For information on accessing services, see theRequired Documentation. Call to do a phone screening, if qualified more information on accessing appointment will be given.
HUD-VASH · Housing vouchers for homeless veterans 825JadwinAve, Suite 250

Richland, WA

509-946-1020

Monday – Friday

8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Homeless individual who served in the US military with an honorable discharge
Supportive Services for Veterans and Families (SSVF) · Eviction Prevention

· Rapid Rehousing

· Supportive services such as: childcare, transportation, case management, financial literacy

Catholic Family and Child Services

2139 VanGiesen

Richland, WA 99354

509-946-4645

M-F 8am-5pm · Homeless or in risk of homelessness Veteran

· Low-income

· Other than dishonorable discharge

Supportive Services for Veterans and Families (SSVF) · Eviction Prevention

· Rapid Rehousing

· Supportive services such as: childcare, transportation, case management, financial literacy

Blue Mountain Action Council

Contact Jose Mendoza at 509-440-3229

M-F 9am-3pm · Homeless or in risk of homelessness Veteran

· Low-income

· Honorable discharge

CLOTHING ASSISTANCE:

Name Services: Location/Number: Hours: Accessing Services:
St. Vincent de Paul · Clothing bag 215 S 6th Ave

Pasco, WA 99301509-544-9315

Wednesdays: 11AM – 4PM Services open to either county
St. Vincent Center · 1 time emergency clothing 120 N.MorainStreet

Kennewick, WA 99336

509-783-7020

Tri-City Union Gospel Mission · Clothing assistance 112 N. 2ndAve

Pasco, WA 99301

509-547-2112

Thursdays 9-11AM Please bring an ID
Salvation Army · Clothing assistance 310 N. 4th

Pasco, WA 99301

509-547-2138

T&Th9-10:45 AM; 1-3:45 PM Please bring ID and proof of residency for current month. Sometimes able to waive ID for certain cases.
World Relief · Clothing assistance 2600 N. Columbia Center Blvd, Suite 206

Richland, WA 99352

509-734-5477

M-F 9AM-5PM Assists immigrants and refugees
Jericho Road Ministries · Emergency clothing

· Professional clothing

· Children’s clothing

2500 Jericho Road

Richland, WA

509-627-0750

Call to set up a time Income guidelines

HYGIENE ASSISTANCE:

Name: Services: Location/Number Hours: Accessing Services:
Tri Cities Diaper Bank Network Funds and distributes diapers for other distribution sites,community service organizations, and individuals. Richland:1807 McMurray Ave

Pasco:605 N. Road 36
Pasco: 720 West Court Street

Kennewick:7105 W. 10thAve

509-946-8807

Richland:

Wed 9:30-11:30 AM

Pasco:

Wed: 9-11 AM

Kennewick:

Tues: 9:30-11:30 AM

Must bring:

1. Photo ID for parent

2. Birth certificate for all children

3. Proof of residence

4. Proof of income for last month

Tri City Union Gospel Mission · Showers

· Washer/Dryers

Men’s:

112 N 2nd Ave

Pasco, WA 99301

509-547-2112

Women’s:

110 N. 2nd Ave

Pasco, WA 99301

509-547-2112

Men: Daily at 3PM

Women: M-Sat Noon-2

*Call first to determine availability

Bring ID
My Friend’s Place · Showers 1111 N. Grant Place

Kennewick, WA

509-460-4994

Call to receive more information Open to homeless teens ages 13-19
Martha’s Cupboard · Hygiene/ other necessity kits 1124 Stevens Dr.

Richland, WA

509-943-1143

M-Th9AM-5PM *Agency referrals only
First Presbyterian Church Miriam’s Gifts · Newborn bundles

· Diapers, blankets, clothes, bath items, etc.

2001 W. Kennewick Ave

Kennewick, WA

509-582-9537

Call to set up a time Income guidelines

MEDICAL ASSISTANCE:

Name: Services: Location/ Number Hours: Accessing Services:
Community Action Committee · Emergency assistance obtaining prescription medication 720 West Court St, Upstairs

Pasco, WA

509-545-4042

M-F 8-11:30 AM, 1-4:30 PM Limited to emergent and health sustaining prescription medication
Grace Clinic · Pharmacy

· Mental health

· Minor injuries/illnesses

800 W Canal Drive

Kennewick, WA

509-735-2300

Tue, Thurs, Fri 8AM-5PM, Sat 8AM-2PM · Below 200% FPL

· Be uninsured and not eligible for government program

Tri Cities Community Health · Medical

· Dental

· Pharmacy

· Mental Health

Pasco:

515 W. Court St

Kennewick:

3180 W. Clearwater, Suite A

Richland:

829 Goethals Dr

509-547-2204

Pasco:

M-F 8AM-6PM

Kennewick:

M-F 8AM-6PM

Richland:

M-F8AM-5PM

Sliding scale based on Income Guidelines
Miramar Health Center · Family medicine

· Women’s healthcare

· Minor surgery

· Prenatal care and delivery

· Well-child

· Lab services

1608 N. Road 44

Pasco, WA

509-543-9280

M-F 7:30 AM-5PM, by appointment only Most insurance accepted, sliding fee scale for those without insurance
Benton Franklin Health District · Childhood Immunizations 7102 W Okanogan Place

Kennewick, WA 99336

509-460-4200

M-F 8AM-Noon, 1PM-5PM. Low cost immunizations, *no one will be denied for inability to pay.

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE:

Name: Services: Location/Number: Hours: Accessing Services:
DSHS Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Cash assistance for very low-income families 1120 N. Edison St.

Kennewick, WA 99336

1-877-501-2233

M-F 8am-5pm Income limits, caregiver of children under 18,
Salvation Army Rental assistance 310 North 4th

Pasco, WA 99301

509-547-2138

Wednesday 9-11am

*call to make an appointment

125% FPL,must have past due rent
Social Security Administration Financial Assistance and Healthcare for:

· Disabled individuals

· Retired Individuals

8131 W. Klamath Court, Suite A

Kennewick, WA 99336

1-800-772-1213

TTY: 1-800-325-0778

http://www.socialsecurity.gov/

M, T,Th, F 9am-3pm

Wed 9am-12

Apply online, or make an appointment to apply in person. For more information on benefits see:

Disability Benefits

Disability Benefits- Spanish

Retirement Benefits

Retirement Benefits- Spanish

Bethel Church Benevolence Financial assistance for individuals facing eviction or utility shut off 600 ShockleyRd,

Richland WA 99352

509-628-1247

5:30-6:30 – show up early For more information on accessing services, see theBethel Church Rental Assistance.
Columbia Community Church Benevolence fund for struggling families 150 Gage Boulevard

Richland, WA 99352

509-627-2055

http://www.familyfaith.com/

Wednesdays 12-2, make sure to arrive by 12 Bring photo ID and recent financial statements
Veterans Relief Fund Cash assistance for Veterans Contact Benton/Franklin Department of Human Services

7102 W. Okanogan Place, Suite 201

Kennewick, WA 99336

509-783-5284

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday – 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Closed 12:00pm – 1:00 pm

Wednesday – Closed

Proof of honorable discharge, proof of family size, proof of income coming in, proof of financial need.
Veteran Innovations Program (VIP) Tailored Financial Assistance for Struggling Veterans. For more information on the program, see theVeterans Innovations Programdocument. For more information contact WDVA at:

1-800-562-2308 or Emailwdvavip@dva.wa.gov

www.dva.wa.gov/Vet_Inn_Pro.html

Work source hours: M-F 8am-5pm 1. Fill outApplication

2. Gather supporting documents

3. Return application and documents to Veterans representatives at local work source office.

ENERGY ASSISTANCE: 

Name: Services: Contact Information: Hours: Accessing Services:
LIHEAP Energy Assistance Energy assistance Community Action Connections (CAC)

720 W. Court St, upstairs

Pasco, WA 99301

509-545-4042

M-F 8-11:30am, 1-4:30pm.

Registration opens November 1stof each year. On a first come first serve basis

Income requirements
Salvation Army utility bill assistance 310 North 4th

Pasco, WA 99301

509-547-2138

Wednesday 9-11am

*call to make an appointment

125% FPL,must have past due electrical bill
St. Vincent de Paul Limited assistance for families facing utility shut-off 215 S 6th Ave

Pasco, WA 99301509-544-9315

Wednesdays: 11AM – 4PM Open to low-income residents of Franklin County
Bethel Church Benevolence Shut off prevention 600 Shockley Rd,

Richland WA 99352

509-628-1247

5:30-6:30 – show up early For more information on accessing services, see theBethel Church Assistance.
Helping Hands Utility Disconnect prevention 720 W. Court St- upstairs

Pasco, WA 99301

509-545-4042

M-F 8-11:30am, 1-4:30pm For more information on accessing services, see theCAC Helping Hands document
Franklin PUD Low income utility assistance for seniors and disabled individuals 1411 W Clark St

PO Box 2407

Pasco, WA 99301

www.franklinpud.com

M-F 8am-5pm For more information, see theRequirementsdocument. If qualified, Fill out Applications:

· Disabled Discount Application- English

· Disabled Discount Application- Spanish

· Senior Discount Application- English

· Senior Discount Application- Spanish

Benton PUD Low income utility assistance for seniors and disabled individuals Kennewick:

2721 W. 10thAvenue

PO Box 6270

Kennewick, WA 99336

509-582-2175

Prosser:

250 N. Gap Road

Prosser, WA 99350

509-786-1841

www.bentonpud.org

M-F 8:30am-5pm For more information, see theRequirementsdocument. If qualified, fill out application:

· Disabled Discount Application- English

· Disabled Discount Application Spanish

· Senior Discount Application- English

· Senior Discount Application Spanish

City of Richland Low income utility assistance for seniors and disabled individuals 505 Swift Blvd

Richland, WA 99352

(509) 942-1104

M-F 8:30am-5pm To apply for services, fill out and return theDiscount Application

TECHNOLOGY ASSISTANCE:

Name: Services: Contact Information: Accessing Services:
Assurance Wireless · Free cell phone and service (888) 898-4888

www.assurancewireless.com

Must qualify either through:

· income,

· qualifying for other state program

To apply:

· Online

· Assurance Wireless Application– English

· Assurance Application- Spanish

Internet Essentials · Low-cost internet services

· Low-cost computers

1-855-846-8376

www.internetessentials.com

To qualify must have child eligible for the free school lunch program

How to apply:

1. Online or by calling 1-855-846-8376 to request an application

2. Fill out application along with supporting eligibility documents

3. Notification of status in 7-10 days

Community Voicemail Program · Free voicemail for low-income and homeless individuals Community Action Connections710 West Court Street

Pasco, WA 99301

509-545-4042

For more information on accessing resource, see theCAC Community Voicemaildocument

HOUSEHOLD ITEMS:

Name: Services: Contact Information: Hours: Accessing Services:
St. Vincent de Paul Free household items to those in need 215 S 6th Ave

Pasco, WA 99301509-544-9315

Wednesdays: 11AM – 4PM Services open to either county
Washington Christian Ministry Free household items to Homeless Veterans and others 406 Vancouver Street

Kennewick, WA

Contact: William Sweet at 509-438-8974

Tuesday-Saturday 10am-5:30pm Call to refer your client
St. Vincent Center 1 time donation for household goods 120 N.MorainStreet

Kennewick, WA 99336

509-783-7020

M-Sat 9am-6pm and Sun 11am-5pm Call to refer your client

TRANSLATION RESOURCES:

Name: Services: Contact Information: Hours: Accessing Services:
Language, Passport & Travel Solutions · Translation

· Interpretation

· International Documentation

4306 W. Clearwater Ave, Suite B

Kennewick, WA 99336

509-987-1759

languagetravelsolutions.com

M-F, 9:30AM-5:30PM Languages translated for: Albanian, Arabic, Bosnian, Burmese, Chinese, Korean, Russian, Spanish,Ukrainian.

Costs: $40/hour

Gateway Languages · Over the phone translation services 877-393-2424

www.gatewaylanguages.com/

24/7/365
Ms. Flower’s Interpreters and Translators · L&I interpreters

· Document translations

· Face to face interpreting

2811 South 38th Ave.

West Richland, WA

509 521-8183

www.msflowersinterpreters.com/

Requests for services are accepted 24/7 online. For urgent needs call the number Languages served:

ASL American Sign Language, Spanish, Russian, Ukrainian, Lao, Thai, Korean, Somali

*No costs for L&I interpreters,

Costs vary for other services

TRANSPORTATION RESOURCES:

Name: Services: Contact Information: Hours: Accessing Services:
Ben Franklin Transit · Fixed Route

· Dial-A-Ride

· Vanpool

· Evening and weekend services

7109 W. Okanogan Place

Kennewick, WA

509-735-5100

http://www.bft.org/

Hours of operation:

M-F, 6AM-6PM

Sat 8AM-6PM

For detailed information on accessing services see theBen Franklin Transit Tool
People for People · Transportation for non-emergency medical services 1-800-233-1624

www.pfp.org/pfp/Brokering/Transportation.aspx

M-F, 7AM-4:30PM · Free for Provider One cardholders

· Call 2 business days in advance for local appointment

· Call 5 business days in advance for out of town appointment

For more information, see theFrequently asked questions