Woodland Action Center
736 Davidson Avenue
P.O. Box 1475
Woodland WA 98674

Phone: 360.225.9998

We are are located at 736 Davidson, on the corner of Davidson Avenue and 6th, in Woodland.

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Hours

Thrift Store:   Tue to Sat 11 am - 4 pm

Winter hours begin Oct. 1st  

                         

Food Bank:     Saturdays

                      9 am to 5 pm

**Due to low volunteer turnout we are temporarily down to 1 day per week

Office: Saturdays 9 am - 4:45 pm

Donations gladly accepted by staff during normal hours of operations.

© 2017 Woodland Action Center

Services

Emergency Supplies for Under-Resourced

Woodland Action provides clothing and household items to those in need in our community. We also maintain a supply of personal care and grooming items (such as toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, shampoo, first aid, and so forth).

 

We are actively engaged in meeting the needs of the most vulnerable populations in the community and in the larger conversation about the community response to homelessness. We participate in the Woodland Homeless Forum Facebook group and have been designated by Cowlitz County to conduct the annual Point in Time (PIT) count for those experiencing homelessness in our area.

We gladly accept donations for the following to be placed in the emergency inventory:

  • socks

  • gloves

  • boots

  • tents

  • sleeping bags

  • backpacks

  • alternate heating sources – propane, kerosene, candles

  • funds to purchase any items above

Housing Support

Woodland Action, in collaboration with the Housing Opportunities of Southwest Washington and the City of Woodland, provides emergency help to low-income citizens of the city. Through income verification, one-on-one meetings with a Navigator, and an application process, we offer:

  • Short-term rental assistance

  • Emergency support for shelter

  • Emergency overnight shelter

  • First and last months rent and/or security deposit

Funding is based on case by case evaluation, with priority given to victims of abuse or crime.