If you or a loved one are experiencing mental issues, you can call the Lewis County 24-hour crisis line at: 800-803-8833 or 360-807-2440. A professional counselor will be there 24 hours a day / 7 days a week to help you and answer questions. It's been a very difficult time for all of us, but you are not alone! For more useful information go to CascadeMentalHealth.org. If you are in need of an emergency response, call 911.
During the school closure, grab and go meals will still be offered to anyone ages 18 and under in the Chehalis School District at no cost, Monday through Friday from 11AM to 1PM. Current Locations for meals are the Chehalis Middle School and the Chehalis Bus Garage. Visit chehalisschools.org for more information.
The Onalaska School District is operating a Free Meals for All Kids Program through July 23, 2020. The school will deliver to your door free breakfast and lunch for kids in the Onalaska School District. For more information or to sign up, contact Jerry Carlson at email@example.com or call 360- 978- 4111 and select Option 6.
"Keeping us together while we are apart" is the goal of a newly launched website, www.LewisCountyTogether.com. You can stay connected with local businesses, services, community resources and job information. Find out what businesses are open that may be offering curb side services, take out, or gift certificates- and see who's hiring locally. Businesses may use the contact link to get listed on the site to let customers know when they're open, if they're delivering or if they're hiring. There is no fee or obligation at any time to use the website.