THS Can Help
Timberline wants to make sure all students have what they need to be successful at school. These programs are designed to help students.
National School Lunch/Breakfast Program
This program can assist with free or reduced meals to qualified families. There are forms available in the Counseling Center and Nurse’s Office. You can also apply on the District website. It’s confidential.
Please contact Food and Nutrition for more information at 360-412-4446.
Weekend Backpack Program
We have food available to take home on the weekends if needed;It's confidential.
Personal Needs Closet
Timberline has personal items for students including:soap, shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste, toothbrushes, laundry soap and feminine hygiene products.
School Supply Closet
Timberline has school supplies and backpacks if you are in need.
Unhoused or Housing Assistance
If you are not living with a parent/guardian, or your family is experiencing housing instability, there may be resources for you.
Mental Health Support
Timberline's Mental Health Specialists are here to connect you with resources if you are having suicidal thoughts, feeling anxious, or experiencing other mental health issues.
Who Can Help:
Your School Counselor, THS Mental Health Specialist, your teacher or the School Nurse. Please talk to a caring adult if you are struggling with safety, housing, personal necessities, food, mental and/or physical health.
Crisis Clinic & Text Line
Crisis Clinic Thurston/Mason
24-hours a day, 365 days a year just call.
Crisis Text Line
Connect with a Crisis Counselor. 24/7 support, text 741741. Text "Hello," "Start," or "Home" to begin conversation.
Community Resources Directory
The Family Help & Support page on the North Thurston Public Schools website provides links to community services. These include childcare, food, housing, finance, and health resources.
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THESE AND OTHER PROGRAMS IS AVAILABLE IN THE LIBRARY AND THE COUNSELING CENTER.