Office Hours

Tuesdays and Thursdays:
9:30 AM to 1:30 PM

Wednesday evening hours:
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

(509) 467-2900


4211 E Colbert Rd Colbert WA 99005-0218

Fax  509-467-5766

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Services and Programs

Client Forms

Download the form and complete it on your computer, then print it and either mail, bring with you or email to  Complete the client info form for financial assistance.  Complete the chore service form if you are over 65 or disabled and need chore service assistance.



Before you come in for the first time, make sure you bring the following items with you:

  • Social security cards for each member in your family

  • Picture ID or Driver's license for those 16 and older

  • Proof of income (pay stub, award letter, EBT card, bank statement, etc)

  • Proof of address (mail with date stamp within last 30 days)

  • A copy of your bill (electric, utilities, etc.) that we may be helping you with

Resources for Clients:

  • Vouchers for gasoline

  • Financial assistance for certain non-narcotic prescriptions

  • Financial assistance for emergency vehicle repairs

  • Housing/Rental assistance

  • Emergency travelers assistance

  • Assistance for utility shut-off notices

  • Firewood

  • Some Food Gift Certificates Available for Thanksgiving & Christmas

  • Emergency Food Supply (We keep a small stash in the office, but direct people to the Mead Food Bank and the North County Food Pantry up in the Elk area)

  • Clothing Bank

  • Referrals – We help clients find additional agency resources such as contacting Kiwanis Clubs for cribs, SNAP for utility assistance, the CHAS Clinic for medical needs, etc.

  • Toiletry Items (Clients are invited to select six items from our stock every other month)

  • New Hope acts as a Go-Between.  We accept donations from people in our churches – household items like linens, kitchenware.  We have even had cars donated.

  • Donated books for adults and children

  • Musical instruments for children are loaned on an annual basis to families who cannot afford to rent them

  • Musical instrument repair – Clearwater Music has volunteered to repair and clean our clients’ children’s school musical instruments


Special Resources:

  • A volunteer has taught a free ballet class to children of clients

  • A volunteer helps clients with social security paperwork

  • A volunteer repairs donated bicycles to be given to children of clients

  • Some Churches donate food baskets or food gift certificates during the holidays

  • RSVP knits and donates hats, scarves, mittens

  • Individuals knit and donate hats, scarves, mittens

  • Sewing groups have donated quilts

  • Children’s Church groups have donated decorated jars of cookies, soup, muffin mixes

  • Schools and Churches have held blanket drives for New Hope

  • Area school social workers contact New Hope when they have children with specific needs that New Hope might be able to help with


Spiritual Resources

  • Donated Bibles and Daily Bread devotionals are available in the office

  • Christian books

  • Flyers from supporting Churches are displayed

  • Office staff pray with clients when requested

  • Beverages, homemade cookies, and encouragement from the office staff


Services for Seniors and Disabled

Download Chore Service Form at the top of this page.

  • Carpentry – Basic Home Repairs

  • Plumbing Repairs

  • Electrical Repairs

  • Snow Removal

  • Respite Care in Homes Where a Caregiver Needs a Few Hours Away

  • Transportation to Medical Appointments and Errands

  • Housework

  • Yard work

Programs and Events:

  • Easter Basket Distribution

  • Spring Gardening Clinic

  • Spring Yard Clean-up for Seniors/Disabled

  • Backpacks & School Supply Distribution

  • Coats for Kids Distribution

  • Fall Yard Clean-up for Seniors/Disabled

  • SNAP Living Green Program in the autumn

  • Annual Christmas Wreath Sale to Raise Funds for New Hope

  • Annual Christmas Party for Clients

  • Annual Tree of Sharing for Children of Clients