(360) 748-6601 | (800) 244-7414 | Espanol (360) 880-0515 info@hrnlc.org

Lewis County’s Accredited Victim’s Services Provider

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No single organization can provide the complex prevention’s, interventions and responses necessary to Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Dating Violence. The Human Response Network depends on the meaningful collaborations and donations with a broad range of partners for a collective and necessary impact to create change. Below are some very impactful ways to be a part of change for our community.

Ways to Give

There are many ways you can help Survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. You can make a financial contribution online or by check, contribute household essentials, shop at Amazon Smile or Fred Meyer, or make a workplace donation. No matter how you choose to give, your generosity restores hope and rebuilds lives.

The Human Response Network is registered as a non-profit corporation with the Secretary of State of the State of Washington (IRS#91-0937147). Contributions are tax-deductible to the extent of the law.
Donations allow us to do many things for our clients. Call 748-6601 to find out how to donate cellphones, furniture, household items, clothing, and find out what HRN needs the most.

Used Cell Phones:
We collect used cell phones for use as 911 emergency cell phones for clients. We collect used phones (including smart phones) year round. Donate by taking to HRN’s office.

Furniture and Household Items:
Please contact LOVE INC at 360-748-8611 or New Life Thrift Store at 360-748-4214, and let them know you are donating for The Human Response Network under our housing program, if you have bed frames and mattresses, furniture, tables and other household items to donate. As our clients take the reclaiming steps of building a safe and new life for themselves and their children, they often find themselves stuck with the need to furnish their new homes. These fill a great need for families and we appreciate your effort in making a donation of this size.

Ongoing Sexual Assault Client Needs
Women’s Sweatshirts (all sizes)
Women’s Sweatpants (all sizes)
Sports Bras (all sizes)
Underwear (all sizes)
Journals/Day planners

Domestic Violence Shelter:
Shelter
Colored Pencils
Markers (fine and medium point)
Small to Medium Electric Fans
non-fluoride toothpaste
Light bulbs
Lanyards
Padlocks w/keys
Flashlights
Batteries
Towels of all sizes – bath, hand & facial.
Ziploc baggies (gallon & quart)
Twin &/or Double Comforters/Quilts and Sheets
Waste baskets with lids
Alarm Clocks (new or gently used)
New Pillows (Standard Size)
Blankets
Shampoo & Conditioner (Regular Size)
Body wash and mesh bath scrubbies
Toothbrushes
Hairbrushes
Combs
Deodorant
Razors
Shaving Cream
Tampons (Regular, Super)
First Aid Supplies
Toys (Barbie’s, Trucks, Hot Wheels, Other older child toys)
Children’s books (Board books & Little Golden Books and the like)
Big Ticket Items **
Vacuum
**ONLY NEED ONE OF EACH

School Supplies: ***
Graphing Calculators
Spiral notebooks (wide ruled & college ruled)
Binders
Lunch boxes
Dividers
Book Covers
Scissors
Rulers
Erasers
Crayons
Colored Pencils
Markers (Washable)
Pens (Blue or Black)
New jump drives/flash drives
Backpacks (all sizes)
Pencil bags
Folders

*** Only needed just before School starts every year

Ongoing Domestic Violence Client Needs:
Pack‘n Play’s
Pacifiers
Diapers (all sizes) & Wipes
Pullup diapers for children ages 2 to 5
Baby lotion & Shampoo (Sensitive Skin Formula)

Personal (new or gently used)
New socks (women’s & children’s all sizes)
Bras (all sizes new or gently used)
New underwear (women’s underwear size 5-7 especially & children’s all sizes)
New PJs (women’s & children’s)
Children’s Shoes (all sizes, including infants and toddlers)
Slippers (women’s and children’s all sizes)
Hair Dryers
Fingernail clippers
Make-up, nail polish
Hair spray, gel, mousse
Journals
Adult coloring books

Kitchen Supplies:
Drinking Glasses, Plates, Bowls (glass or plastic)
Silverware, Spatulas, Whisks, Serving Spoons, Can Opener
Pots & skillets
Baking Pans
Cutlery/Knife sets
Dish scrubbers/sponges
Measuring cups/spoons

Housing: If you would like to donate these items, we would suggest making a basket of items so that we can give them out when someone is moving into permanent housing.

Cleaning Basket
Swiffer-like mops and wet & dry cloths
Lysol or Bleach wipes
Waste baskets
Shower Curtains
Sponges
Mops, Brooms, Dust Pans

Kitchen/Laundry
Laundry Soap
Dryer sheets
Toilet Paper
Paper Towels
Dish soap, liquid Dishwasher detergent
Baggies, Foil, Plastic wrap, Garbage bags

Money designated for Emergency Client Funds:

Frequently seemingly small barriers are BIG barriers for our clients. You can donate cash and say how and what it should be used for:

Gift Cards
Gift Cards
Grocery – Safeway, Shop N Kart
Store Cards – Walmart, Grocery Outlet
Gas Cards – Chevron, Texico, Safeway

Direct Donations
Short-term hotel accommodations/vouchers
Minor car repair
Bus or train tickets to get home
Driver’s License

Support Group & Children’s Groups Supplies: Having creative activities and something to do with your hands is therapeutic for both adults and children as it distracts the mind, soothes the soul, and de-stresses the body.

• colored paper
• washable paint & markers
• washable stamp pads
• crayons
• colored pencils
• coloring books
• craft foam
• googly eyes
• scrapbook supplies
• stickers & jewels
• beads, cording & ribbon

Human Response Network is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization registered with the Secretary of State Charities Division. All donations are deductible to the extent provided under the law. No good or services are provided by the organization to the donor in return for the donation.

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Call any day, anytime (800) 244-7414. Español (360) 880-0515.

Human Response Network

Contact Us

Phone: (360) 748-6601
Toll Free: (800) 244-7414
Español: (360) 880-0515
Fax: (360) 748-6630
Email: info@hrnlc.org

Location

125 NW Chehalis Ave
P.O. Box 337
Chehalis, WA 98532

Our Core Values

  • Trust
  • Commitment
  • Empowerment 
  • Compassion

Ensuring the safety and well being of our clients is our number one priority.