COVID-19

Our community is truly amazing. When it became apparent that the COVID-19 pandemic was going to hit us hard in every aspect of our lives, our local organizations stepped up and made themselves available to assist anyone who has needs that aren’t being met. In fact, there are so many programs that it is hard to keep track of them all. As a county commissioner I would make sure that our residents could find a comprehensive list with easily accessible information about these programs and how to apply. Since that is not a priority of our current leaders, I have put together a list of resources where you can find help. We are all in this together.

Washing hands

Resources

Food Services, Methow Valley

- The Cove (food bank) 509-997-0227
- Methow Valley Senior Center (pick-up lunch) 509-997-7722
- School Bus meal delivery Monday-Friday at regular morning bus routes and times. Weekend food bags dropped off on Fridays. 997-2113 - Home food (and pharmacy) delivery , Room One 509-997-2050

Food Services, Okanogan Valley

- Distribution to food banks in the Okanogan Valley is managed by the Okanogan County Community Action Council. Click here to see a list of all food banks, with times and locations.
- School Districts are providing food for students during the week. Click on the District to be taken to a link with details for that area.
     • Omak (English)
     • Omak (En Espanol)
     • Okanogan
     • Tonasket
     • Oroville -no information available
     • Brewster
     • Pateros – no information available
     • Paschal Sherman Indian School – no information available

Financial Services

TwispWorks has a comprehensive list, with links to information about state and federal programs for both business owners and employees.
Methow Arts has a list of resources for Artists.
Artist Trust has emergency grants for Artists.
Methow Housing Trust has a comprehensive list of resources for both renters and home owners.
Colville Tribal Credit has loan modifications to help borrowers.

Social Services

Room One provides a wide range of services- help with obtaining essentials such as food, bill payments, mental health counseling, access to health care, housing, domestic violence assistance, and more.
Methow At Home – service for Seniors who are living at home. Programs include assistance with errands and light chores, and on-line social opportunities.
Okanogan County Community Action Council provides emergency services, support for veterans, and help for seniors and the disabled.

Health Services and Updates

Washington State Department of Health
Okanogan County Department of Public Health
Okanogan County Emergency Management

General Information about COVID-19 and other Resources
Washington State Dept of Commerce – general information and links for businesses
Washington State Insurance Commissioner – information on insurance during COVID-19
Washington State Coronavirus webpage – statistics and updates

 


COVID-19

Our community is truly amazing. When it became apparent that the COVID-19 pandemic was going to hit us hard in every aspect of our lives, our local organizations stepped up and made themselves available to assist anyone who has needs that aren’t being met. In fact, there are so many programs that it is hard to keep track of them all. As a county commissioner I would make sure that our residents could find a comprehensive list with easily accessible information about these programs and how to apply. Since that is not a priority of our current leaders, I have put together a list of resources where you can find help. We are all in this together.

Washing hands

 

Resources

Food Services, Methow Valley

- The Cove (food bank) 509-997-0227
- Methow Valley Senior Center (pick-up lunch) 509-997-7722
- School Bus meal delivery Monday-Friday at regular morning bus routes and times. Weekend food bags dropped off on Fridays. 997-2113 - Home food (and pharmacy) delivery , Room One 509-997-2050

Food Services, Okanogan Valley

- Distribution to food banks in the Okanogan Valley is managed by the Okanogan County Community Action Council. Click here to see a list of all food banks, with times and locations.
- School Districts are providing food for students during the week. Click on the District to be taken to a link with details for that area.
     • Omak (English)
     • Omak (En Espanol)
     • Okanogan
     • Tonasket
     • Oroville -no information available
     • Brewster
     • Pateros – no information available
     • Paschal Sherman Indian School – no information available

Financial Services

TwispWorks has a comprehensive list, with links to information about state and federal programs for both business owners and employees.
Methow Arts has a list of resources for Artists.
Artist Trust has emergency grants for Artists.
Methow Housing Trust has a comprehensive list of resources for both renters and home owners.
Colville Tribal Credit has loan modifications to help borrowers.

Social Services

Room One provides a wide range of services- help with obtaining essentials such as food, bill payments, mental health counseling, access to health care, housing, domestic violence assistance, and more.
Methow At Home – service for Seniors who are living at home. Programs include assistance with errands and light chores, and on-line social opportunities.
Okanogan County Community Action Council provides emergency services, support for veterans, and help for seniors and the disabled.

Health Services and Updates

Washington State Department of Health
Okanogan County Department of Public Health
Okanogan County Emergency Management

General Information about COVID-19 and other Resources
Washington State Dept of Commerce – general information and links for businesses
Washington State Insurance Commissioner – information on insurance during COVID-19
Washington State Coronavirus webpage – statistics and updates

 


COVID-19

Our community is truly amazing. When it became apparent that the COVID-19 pandemic was going to hit us hard in every aspect of our lives, our local organizations stepped up and made themselves available to assist anyone who has needs that aren’t being met. In fact, there are so many programs that it is hard to keep track of them all. As a county commissioner I would make sure that our residents could find a comprehensive list with easily accessible information about these programs and how to apply. Since that is not a priority of our current leaders, I have put together a list of resources where you can find help. We are all in this together.

Washing hands

 

Resources

Food Services, Methow Valley

- The Cove (food bank) 509-997-0227
- Methow Valley Senior Center (pick-up lunch) 509-997-7722
- School Bus meal delivery Monday-Friday at regular morning bus routes and times. Weekend food bags dropped off on Fridays. 997-2113 - Home food (and pharmacy) delivery , Room One 509-997-2050

Food Services, Okanogan Valley

- Distribution to food banks in the Okanogan Valley is managed by the Okanogan County Community Action Council. Click here to see a list of all food banks, with times and locations.
- School Districts are providing food for students during the week. Click on the District to be taken to a link with details for that area.
     • Omak (English)
     • Omak (En Espanol)
     • Okanogan
     • Tonasket
     • Oroville -no information available
     • Brewster
     • Pateros – no information available
     • Paschal Sherman Indian School – no information available

Financial Services

TwispWorks has a comprehensive list, with links to information about state and federal programs for both business owners and employees.
Methow Arts has a list of resources for Artists.
Artist Trust has emergency grants for Artists.
Methow Housing Trust has a comprehensive list of resources for both renters and home owners.
Colville Tribal Credit has loan modifications to help borrowers.

Social Services

Room One provides a wide range of services- help with obtaining essentials such as food, bill payments, mental health counseling, access to health care, housing, domestic violence assistance, and more.
Methow At Home – service for Seniors who are living at home. Programs include assistance with errands and light chores, and on-line social opportunities.
Okanogan County Community Action Council provides emergency services, support for veterans, and help for seniors and the disabled.

Health Services and Updates

Washington State Department of Health
Okanogan County Department of Public Health
Okanogan County Emergency Management

General Information about COVID-19 and other Resources
Washington State Dept of Commerce – general information and links for businesses
Washington State Insurance Commissioner – information on insurance during COVID-19
Washington State Coronavirus webpage – statistics and updates

 


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PO Box 918, Twisp, WA 98856    509-449-6898

Paid for by Citizens for Katie Haven
PO Box 918, Twisp, WA 98856    509-449-6898

Paid for by Citizens for Katie Haven
PO Box 918, Twisp, WA 98856    509-449-6898

 

Paid for by Citizens for Katie Haven
PO Box 918, Twisp, WA 98856    509-449-6898