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RESOURCES FOR STUDENTS AND FAMILIES

Important Numbers

In case of immediate emergency, call 911

Mason County Crisis Line: 360-586-2800 or 1-800-627-2211

Youth Help Line: 360-586-2777

National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255

Shelton School District Numbers

Shelton School District Administrative Offices: 360-426-1687

Bordeaux Elementary School: 360-426-3253

CHOICE High School: 360-426-7664

Evergreen Elementary School: 360-426-8281

Mountain View Elementary School: 360-426-8564

Oakland Bay Junior High: 360-426-7991

Olympic Middle School: 360-462-6671

Shelton High School: 360-426-4471 (Main Office)   360-426-0768 (Attendance Line)



Shelton School District Resources

McKinney-Vento Act Program

Removing and preventing educational barriers for students lacking a fixed, regular or adequate night time residence

 


Betty Uriostegui
Student and Family Support Coordinator
BUriostegui@SheltonSchools.org
(360) 426-7664 

Ricardo Del Bosque
Bilingual Student and Family Support
RDelbosque@SheltonSchools.org
(360) 426-1687


 

Contact us if you or your family live in any of the following situations:

  • In a shelter, transitional housing, motel, vehicle, campground, or on the street
  • In an abandoned building, trailer, or other inadequate accommodations
  • Temporarily doubled up with friends or relatives because you lost your home, or cannot afford housing
  • Living as an unaccompanied youth without your parent or guardian
  • In the process of eviction or foreclosure
  • Migrant students in the above situations

Support Services


  • Immunization assistance
  • Enrollment assistance
  • Free meal registration
  • School supplies/backpacks
  • PE uniforms
  • Clothing support
  • Hygiene supplies
  • School fees
  • Field trip or camp expenses
  • Laundry support
  • Transportation to and from the school of origin
  • Access to rental and utility assistance
  • Referrals to basic services (food, shelter, medical assistance, etc.)
  • Bilingual support for Spanish speakers


 

More Information: https://www.sheltonschools.org/StateAndFederalPrograms/Pages/McKinney-Vento.aspx  

 

http://www.k12.wa.us/HomelessEd/default.aspx

 

COMMUNITY RESOURCES

CHILDREN/YOUTH/TEENS

Child Care Action Council

Child care assistance and referral                                             

http://ccacwa.org/ (800) 446-1114

 

Child Protective Services

Report abuse or neglect                                                                

(866) 363-4276

 

Children and Parents First

Parenting skills, child care

http://www.bhr.org/children.asp (800) 825-4580

 

Community Youth Services        

Youth homelessness, substance abuse, employment

https://communityyouthservices.org/ (888) 698-1816

 

National Runaway Safeline

24-hour help for runaway youth

https://www.1800runaway.org/ (800) 786-2929

 

South Puget Intertribal Planning Agency

Tribal children and family services

https://www.spipa.org/ (360) 426-3990

 

Youth Helpline (through the Crisis Clinic)

24-hour help for youths

http://www.crisis-clinic.org/ (360) 586-2777

 

CLOTHING

Goodwill Store

Used clothing thrift store

301 E Wallace Kneeland Blvd. (360) 426-0838

 

Nifty Thrifty Thrift Store

Used clothing thrift store

826 W Railroad Ave (360) 427-0858

 

Shelton School District

Free clothing bank

700 S 1st St. (360) 426-1687

 

Shelton United Methodist Church

Free clothing bank

1900 King St. (360) 426-4174

 

Son Rise Outreach

Free Clothing Bank

127 W Cota St. (360) 426-5014

 

Treasures Thrift Store

Used clothing thrift store

305 W. Railroad Ave. (360) 427-3858

 

 

COUSELING/MENTAL HEALTH/ADDICTION

Behavioral Health Resources

Mental health services and support

http://www.bhr.org/     (360) 426-1696

 

Cielo

Assistance for the Spanish-speaking community

https://www.cieloprograms.org/ (360) 868-2431

 

Community Youth Services        

Youth homelessness, substance abuse, employment

https://communityyouthservices.org/ (888) 698-1816

 

Consejo Counseling and Referral Service

Assistance for the Spanish-speaking community

http://consejonew.consejocounseling.org/

(206) 461-4880

 

Crisis Resolution Services

24-hour help for mental health emergencies

http://www.bhr.org/help.asp (800) 270-0041

 

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)

Mental health & substance abuse resources

https://namitm.org/ (800) 273-8255

 

Sea Mar Behavioral Health Clinic

Mental health & substance abuse resources

http://www.seamar.org (360) 704-7590

 

Skokomish Tribe Family Services

Alcohol/chemical dependency help for tribal members

(360) 877-6585

 

Squaxin Isl. Tribe Outpatient Program

Alcohol/chemical dependency help for tribal members

(360) 426-1582

 

True North Student Assistance & Treatment

Prevention, intervention, treatment & recovery support

https://www.esd113.org/Page/2408 (360) 427-2050

 

DISABILITIES

A Gift for Special Children

Help for families of special needs children

http://www.agiftforspecialchildren.org/ (360) 427-7058

 

The ARC of WA

Disability related resources and support

http://www.arcwa.org/ (360) 357-5596

 

Shelton School District Special Services (birth-21 years)

https://www.sheltonschools.org/Departments/specialservices/SitePages/Homepage.aspx (360) 426-2151

 

South Sound Parent to Parent

Support for families with special needs

https://www.ssp2p.org/ (360) 352-1126

EDUCATION/LITERACY

Cielo

Assistance for the Spanish-speaking community

https://www.cieloprograms.org/ (360) 868-2431

 

Sound Learning

Tutoring for reading, writing, ESL, & GED

https://www.soundlearning.co/  (360) 426-9733

 

EMERGENCY NEEDS

Community Action Council

Limited assistance with utilities, food, housing

http://www.caclmt.org/  (800) 878-5235

 

Crossroads Housing

Emergency shelter, rental assistance

http://www.crossroads-housing.net/ (360) 427-6919

 

Crime Victims Advocacy Network

Support (incl. crisis intervention) to victims of crime        

http://www.cvan11.org/ (888) 288-9221

 

Crisis Clinic of Thurston and Mason Counties

Free crisis support 24-hours a day

http://www.crisis-clinic.org/ (360) 586-2800

 

Salvation Army (through First Baptist Church)

Emergency help with gas, food, prescriptions

(360) 426-8461

 

Skokomish Tribe Family Services

Help for tribal members

(360) 426-7788

 

South Puget Intertribal Planning Agency

Tribal children and family services

https://www.spipa.org/ (360) 426-3990

 

Squaxin Island Tribal Center

Help for tribal members

(360) 426-9781

 

Turning Pointe Survivor Advocacy Center

Sexual assault & domestic violence resources, emergency shelter

http://www.turningpointe.org/ (877) 923-1212

 

Veterans Assistance Fund

Emergency financial assistance for veterans and their families

http://www.co.mason.wa.us/ac/veterans/index.php

(360) 426-4546 (Shelton)

(360) 552-2303

 

 

 

FOOD & NUTRITION

Family Health Hotline

Help applying to a variety of food & health resources

http://www.parenthelp123.org/family-health-hotline

(800) 322-2588

 

Food Banks:

     Community Food Pantry (Belfair)         (360) 731-2260

     Hood Canal Foodbank                              (360) 877-6507

     Matlock Church                                           (360) 426-3091

     N. Mason Food Bank (Belfair)                (360) 275-4615

     Saints Pantry (Shelton)                             (360) 427-8848

 

Food Stamps (DSHS)     

Food, cash, childcare, medical assistance

https://www.dshs.wa.gov/  (877) 501-2233

 

Women, Infants, Children (WIC) Nutrition Program

Nutritious food to pregnant, breastfeeding, post-partum women, babies, and small children

http://www.caclmt.org/health/#tab-id-1

(360) 426-9726

 

HEALTH/HOSPITALS/CLINICS

CHOICE Reginal Health Network

Low income access to health services

http://crhn.org/pages/ (844) 446-4367

 

Dental Clinic – Sea Mar Community Health

Low income access to dental services

http://www.seamar.org/ (360) 570-8016

 

Family Health Hotline

Help applying to a variety of food & health resources

http://www.parenthelp123.org/family-health-hotline

(800) 322-2588

 

FamilyWize through United Way                             

Help with prescription medication costs

https://familywize.org/ (360) 426-4999

 

The Healthcare Center

Walk-in/urgent care clinic

http://www.healthcarecentershelton.com/

(360) 426-9717

 

Health Department

Immunization records, provider referrals

http://www.co.mason.wa.us/health/index.php

(360) 427-9670 ext. 400

 

Mason General Hospital (MGH)

Emergency care, referrals

https://www.masongeneral.com/ (360) 426-1611

 

 

 

HEALTH/HOSPITALS/CLINICS (cont.)

Mason General Hospital (MGH) Walk-In Clinic

https://www.masongeneral.com/clinics/walk-in-clinic

(360) 432-3298

 

Medical Assistance (coupons) – DSHS    (877) 501-2233

 

Sea Mar Community Health Center

Low income healthcare services

http://www.seamar.org/ (360) 491-1399

 

Skokomish Tribe Health Clinic

Medical service for tribal members

(360) 426-5755

 

Squaxin Island Health Clinic

Medical services for tribal members

(360) 427-9006

 

Squaxin Island Dental Center

Dental services for tribal members

(360) 432-3881

 

HOUSING ASSISTANCE/EMERGENCY SHELTERS

Community Action Council

Rental and utility assistance

https://www.caclmt.org/ (800) 878-5235

 

Crossroads Housing

Rental assistance, emergency shelter

http://www.crossroads-housing.net/ (360) 427-6919

 

Mason County Shelter Network

Shelter for families with children

(360) 427-6919 (phone staffed M-F 1:00-5:00 P.M.)

 

South Puget Intertribal Planning Agency

Tribal children and family services

https://www.spipa.org/ (360) 426-3990

 

Turning Pointe Survivor Advocacy Center

Sexual assault & domestic violence resources, emergency shelter

http://www.turningpointe.org/ (877) 923-1212

 

TRANSPORTATION

Mason Transit Authority

Free routed bus and Dial-a-Ride service

http://www.masontransit.org/  (360) 427-5033​


​​The Shelton School District does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employee has been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination: Linda Arnold, Director of Human Resources. 360-426-1687. 700 S. 1st Street; Shelton, WA 98584. Complaint procedure can be found on this website under Board Policy #3210 (students) and #5010 (employees).