Opportunities Industrialization Center (OIC) of Washington, a nonprofit Community Action Agency established in 1971, strives to eliminate unemployment, poverty, illiteracy, and racism so all people can live with greater human dignity. We work to afford a second chance to individuals and families with multiple life challenges. OIC provides services through four divisions including:
Housing and Financial Services
Nutrition and Health Services
Education and Career Services
For over 50 years in partnership with the community, local, state and federal partners, we are proud to have helped residents of Washington State become self-sufficient through our programs including job skills training, high school education completion, energy assistance, emergency food assistance, youth, and senior services.
OIC is dedicated to helping individuals and families improve the quality of their lives. Through innovative collaborations and partnerships, we look forward to many more years of making our vision for the underserved populations a working reality through the Valley.
Moses Lake, WA
With over 22-years in real estate, Brian Gentry - a former brokerage owner - is a strong advocate of the systems and organization used by RE/MAX that keeps everything running smoothly for the agents. Brian believes in doing things right – he is passionate about assisting the agents in his office, to ensure they receive the best possible training so they, in turn, can serve their clients with skill and expertise. Brian is dedicated to his community, serving on the Othello Chamber Board for many years and organizing highway and fairgrounds clean-up with his church annually. His team, business partner, Kathy Harris and their assistant, Alicia Munoz, received the Othello Chamber of Commerce Business of the Month Award in May 2018 for their community service.