Seniors Support Services & Programs

Youth Support Services & Programs

We operate numerouos programs and services to address the underlying issues contributing to poverty, homelessness, and food insecurity in our  community.  Many of our programs are offered in collarboration with other social service organizations. We believe it's important to address these issues with various learning, self-help, life skills programs that provide, support, inspiration, opportunity, education, self-worth, and empowerment for people to move forward from poverty, homelessness, and hunger, and towards self-sufficiency.

Our programs and services provide client driven learning opportunities, that address the connection between literacy, health, and poverty. Providing a hand up not a hand out, empowering people to become productive, self-sustaining, and contributors in our community, thereby building our community.  Our array of critical programs make sure healthy food, health care, learning opportunities and resources are not out of reach for people in need in our community.

Our Services & Programs

EVCSFB offers a variety of programs and services for youth ages 0 - 17. We provide opportunities in educational enrichment, creative expression, service and leadership, and social activities for building relationships and community through our Entiat 'YOUth In Action' volunteer program. Our volunteer staff guides youth through activities that help them to grow and value themselves and their community personally. From classes to creativity and everything in between, we have something for everyone. To find out more click here>

For more information contact Kathryn by email at evcsfb@nwi.net or call 509-888-3999.

Many services for seniors are offered through EVCSFB. Our goal is to enhance the health and social well-being of our elderly by providing access to health care, social services, support services and programs to ensure they can remain in their homes and live independently.  Support services are Chore Services, TRIPS transportation to medical appointments for those who do not qualify, BREAD supplemental food boxes, Snow Shoveling, minor home repairs, meals, REACH friendly calls and visits, SAIL exercises to maintain balance, as well as education, social activities, workshops and involvement in our community.   To find out more click here>

EVCSFB helps connect community and resources by offering programs, services, social activities and events to help people receive support through social service agencies, programs that address hunger, health, poverty and homelessness.

Through it's partner agencies, EVCSFB connects community links & resources for people to get to know their community, become involved and to find out what's happening. To find more information about our events, classes, workshops and social activities  click here>

EVCSFB provides a variety of opportunities for learning, growth, support, education, social programs, events and activities to enrich the lives of individuals, children and their families.  Programs include: Clothing Closet, Community Kitchen, Community Garden, Employment Options and Benefit Services along with several other support services.

Programs and services are offered to individuals, families and children to empower people to move forward from hunger, poverty, health and homelessness, and towards self-worth, self-sustain and independence.  For addtional information and to learn more about Family & Individual Support Services click here>

Community

Connections

 Family & Individual

Support Services

We receive no core government funding and rely solely on the generosity of the community to operate. We are grateful for the generosity of food and non-food drives and people's charitable donations of in-kind, and monetary contributions, which appear at just the right time to help to meet the increasing need of those we serve. However, people in need of services and food are significantly increasing. As a result, food and services cannot keep up with the increasing demand. With a growing number of people in need and a increasing need for food and services, EVCSFB strives to ensure these services are not diminished or eliminated. EVCSFB continually seeks donations of food, non-food, non-monetary and monetary gifts, in which are all needed to support and provide people in need ongoing access to quality food and services.

There are no paid staff and all charitable donations go back into EVCSFB's programs and services to help provide food, clothing, and direct-services to meet the growing demand of people in need. 97% of donations go to programs and services, only 3% goes to expenses and operational costs of providing food, transportation, programs and services. For more information on how you can donate click here>

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Discrimination Policy

 In accordance with Federal Law and U.S. Department of Agriculture Policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Adjudication and Compliance, 1400 Independence Ave, SW, Washington D.C. 20250-9410 or call (800) 795-3272 or (202) 720-6382 (TTY). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

Entiat Regional

Health Clinic

'Free Health Care'

'Free Health care'

Entiat Valley

Food Bank

Services & Programs

EVCSFB operates the Entiat Valley Food Bank which serves anyone in need of food regardless of where they reside.  The Entiat Valley Food Bank is open 2 times a month to serve people who need food.   There are nine direct service programs that run under the food bank.

Emergency Food Assistance Program                  USDA Commodity Food Program (TEFAP)

Meals & Potluck Dinners                                         Kids Summer Meals Program

KnaPaks for Kids                                                        BREAD Senior Supplemental Food Boxes

Assisting Angels Meal Delivery                              Rural Homebound Food Box Delivery

​Open Choice Table

We provide food directly to the client through these services. Over 5600 people and 3400 households received food boxes last year, a total of over 77,000 pounds of food.  To find out more information click here>

Entiat Regional Health Clinic, is a Free Clinic that provides free, quality health care through volunteer healthcare professionals to adults and children who are uninsured, low-income and/or underinsured in Entiat and our communities of Chelan/Douglas counties.

It is ERHC's mission is to strive to better understand and serve the health and wellness needs of the uninsured, low-income, and underinsured residents of Entiat and Chelan/Douglas counties with compassion and understanding. To find out more information click here>