You Share, We Listen…

Together, We Find Solutions

 When you make an appointment at Community Action Center, we want to listen closely and understand the “systems” you have in your world. The entire family is the focus of work, interdependence of family members, and the parallel process of family, organization, and community. During our time together, your family or household is our partner in the process of…

  • Joining- together, creating trust and partnership
  • Assessing what is happening: identification of families strengths, vision, and barriers
  • Planning together, setting family-driven short- and long-term goals
  • Building ongoing emotional support for you and yours, to strengthen hope
  • Linking you with what you need, by coordinating information and service with wider community resources

The process ultimately reinforces family values and encourages the family to form support networks within the community, which often helps achieve stability and growing self-sufficiency.

Emergency Services

The following are emergency services accessible on a limited basis at CAC. Anyone needing emergency assistance should arrange to meet with a CAC staff member.

  • Limited Transportation Assistance
  • Thrift Shop Vouchers
  • Meal Vouchers

Early Childhood Development

For Early Childhood Development Services Please Contact:

Community Child Care Center | 1410 NE Stadium Way, Pullman WA 99163 | 509-332-5117 | Fax 509-332-5127 |

Success by 6 of the Palouse | 110 S Jackson, Moscow ID 83843 | 208-882-7162 | Palouse Success by 6 Facebook Page

Legal Info & Referral

Call CLEAR (Coordinated Legal Advice and Referral)1.888.201.1014
For individuals 60 and over: 1.888.387.7111
For TDD: 1.888.201.9737

Legal questions may be answered by one of the folowing: CLEAR advocates, the Northwest Women’s Law Center, the Attorney General’s Office, or the Tenant’s Union.

Find an attorney to meet with or to represent you. Some attorneys in Whitman County volunteer to help people who cannot afford legal services, although this assistance may only be available after you get advice from CLEAR or attend a free legal clinic.

For more information about legal resources available to low-income Whitman County residents, CAC staff may be able to provide information and help with referral to attorneys or agencies, although we no longer house the Whitman County Legal Services program in our offices.

Your first step is always to call CLEAR: (Coordinated Legal Advice and Referral)1.888.201.1014
For individuals 60 and over: 1.888.387.7111
For TDD: 1.888.201.9737


Limited Transportation Assistance

The ability to get from place to place can easily be taken for granted. But if you are one of many people who will face obstacles to transportation in their lifetime, you know all too well how much reliable, affordable transportation can enhance your freedom and self-sufficiency. Let’s see how Community Action Center might help…

Transportation assistance is available on a limited basis and contingent on fund availability. Anyone seeking transportation assistance MUST schedule an appointment in advance to help assess the individual’s needs and possible solutions.

Staff may also assist with referral to existing transportation resources in Whitman County.

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