Earn or finish your degree while you maintain your residence, job, friendships and family connections.
Find courses to start a degree, complete a certificate, or catch up on continuing education in Vancouver.
Providing professional development, workplace training, and lifelong learning classes in Portland OR and Vancouver WA.
Learn to speak, read, and write English from the instructors at the main Clark College campus.
Find information on population, housing, employment, income, and other statistical data in Southwest Washington.
Find legal forms specific to Clark County.
Find links to resources for children, families, employment, recreation, and more.
Find CCGS library contents, books published by CCGS, a chat room, local genealogy classes, and membership information.
Research using local historical books, documents, city directories, maps, and more.
Access local resources for homeschoolers.
Find parks, trails, and how to reserve county facilities in Clark County, Washington.
The Clark County Volunteer Lawyers Program provides free legal services to low-income people with civil (not criminal) issues in the State of Washington in Clark County courts.
Find housing for low-income seniors and persons with special needs (chronic mental illness).
Find information from this centralized foundation for projects serving communities in Clark, Cowlitz, and Skamania Counties.
Find services to first-time homebuyers through counseling, classes, assistance with applications, etc. Also, seek mortgage default and credit counseling, and assistance on reverse mortgage.
Access an emergency shelter clearinghouse and local and regional resources for people of all ages in Clark County, Washington.
Enjoy travel, hiking, table games, clubs, dancing, dining, classes, and more through Vancouver Parks & Recreation at the Luepke Senior Center at 1009 E. McLoughlin Blvd., or Trapedero II at Firstenburg Community Center at 700 NE 136th Ave.
Are you a pregnant or parenting teen? Enroll in this program that focuses on work and family foundation skills.
Earn volunteer credit while working with animals. Get your application in early; space is limited.
Call 1-800-626-8137 for crisis lines in Clark, Cowlitz and Skamania counties. Speak with a professional counselor 24/7.