We invite you to visit these sites for more information on organizations that are important partners of Columbia Industries.
Need help but don't know where to turn? Get connected and get answers simply by calling 2-1-1. Trained specialists are available to help you find a number of services, including rental assistance, temporary shelter, legal assistance, child care, medical care, counseling and much more. Calls are confidential and free.
The Arc of Tri-Cities assists people of all ages with developmental disabilities obtain their rights and resources required to become independent, self-sufficient, and contributing members of society. They are committed to education, advocacy, and the support of families, friends, and community.
The Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) serves over 1.5 million Washington children, families, vulnerable adults through protection, comfort, food assistance, financial aid, medical care and other services.
The Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) develops and implements public policies promoting individual worth, self-respect, and dignity for people with developmental disabilities.
This twenty-one member Council, appointed by the Governor, represents individuals and groups with an interest in vocational rehabilitation. The majority of the Council members are persons with disabilities, representing a broad geographic scope, as well as diversity in gender, ethnicity, and cultural backgrounds.
DVR wishes to thank Columbia Industries for their high quality and innovative services. We value their partnership as we continue to work together to help people with disabilities enrich their lives through employment. You can find more about DVR at www.dshs.wa.gov/dvr.
This article from the Simple Dollar is a great starting point for parents who need guidance on how to plan and provide financially for a child with disabilities.
Source America is a Federal initiative to help people who are blind or have other significant disabilities find employment. Columbia Industries is part of a nation-wide network of over 600 nonprofit agencies providing services to the Federal government under the Source America Program.
Tri-Cities Residential Services is an organization of professionals and volunteers who are dedicated to helping disabled individuals maximize their potential to function independently in the community.
United Way of Benton and Franklin Counties is a not-for-profit organization that brings people, health and human services agencies, government agencies and community groups together to focus resources on the most critical human care needs in our area.
The WorkSource Center provides all the information, technology and services businesses need to thrive; and that job seekers need to achieve successful careers. They represent a unique concept in the labor market - everything in one place.
At the YMCA of the Greater Tri-Cities, we offer innovative ways to get more involved with the world around you. Along with a range of exciting activities designed to bring families together, the Y also gives you the opportunity to give back to your community through coaching, mentoring or any number of volunteer options.
Columbia Industries provides a variety of vocational training services for our clients, in addition to adult day services via our Community Center. Please visit the following pages for more information.
CI Information Management offers an integrated solution to your records management. From imaging services and offsite record storage, to secure shredding and destruction, we’ve got you covered.
CI Solutions' clients can handle your routine or repetitious jobs…this frees up your staff time and resources to concentrate on the business of doing business.
Local businesses can hire valuable, quality employees with disabilities and feel great about providing them with a job where they can use their unique skills – and contribute positively to the company’s bottom line.
Source America is a Federal initiative to help people who are blind or have other significant disabilities find employment. Through this program, Columbia Industries’ clients provide janitorial services and ground maintenance to the Richland Federal Building.
The newest of the Columbia Industries’ family of services, is a safe, creative, and supervised place for people with disabilities to find social connection, life enrichment, and community integration.