|2012 Washington State Healthy Youth Survey|
In 2012 more than 200,000 students in grades 6, 8, 10 and 12 took the Washington State Healthy Youth Survey. Survey results (PDF) show alcohol use has dropped among all grades surveyed since 2010.
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Community Services works with other agencies, jurisdictions, and the people of Clark County to plan and manage social services and to achieve a safe and healthy community. Most services are contracted to agencies providing direct services throughout Clark County.
Treatment and treatment-related services for low-income and indigent Clark County residents.
Funding for projects that develop or improve affordable housing, infrastructure, and public facilities.
Funding for non-profit organizations that help meet emergency needs, provide basic and essential services, and work to improve self-sufficiency. Review the 2015 Homeless Action Plan on our website.
Local day program services for children and adults with developmental disabilities.
Home maintenance repairs and modifications for increased energy-efficiency for low-income households.
Emergency relief for veterans.
Youth services that operate under a strength-based, youth-driven system of care.
Request for public records
To request public records involving Community Services, contact Carleen Pagni at (360) 397-2130 ext. 7816 or email@example.com.