Treatment Center / Clinic in Vancouver, WA

Southwest Washington Behavioral Health

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Southwest Washington Behavioral Health
Clark County Crisis Services

Services include evaluation and referral to community outpatient and inpatient service delivery systems as well as peer support counselors and consumer advocacy organizations. Designated Mental Health Professionals (DMHP) may also initiate 72-hour involuntary holds on those persons deemed a high risk to harm themselves or others, or who cannot provide for their own safety and welfare as a result of being gravely disabled. Clark County Crisis Services are available by calling the Clark County Crisis Line at (800) 626-8137 or (360) 696-9560.

The County’s crisis team is knowledgeable of the network of services available in the community and across the state when matching consumers to a specific service or program of care that best meets their needs. This approach is consistent with the “recovery model” advocated by United States Department of Health and Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), and consistent with Washington State’s Mental Health Transformation of Mental Health Services project.
Practice Areas
 Counseling / Therapy  Divorce  Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
 Addiction / Drug Rehab  Domestic Violence  Online / Video / Teletherapy
 Adolescents  Eating Disorders  Pre and Postpartum Mental Health
 Anger Management  Gay or Lesbian Issues  Psychopharmacology
 Anxiety and Panic  Grief and Loss  Relationship Issues
 Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)  Group Therapy  Self Esteem Issues
 Body Image Issues  Herpes and STD Counseling  Seniors and Elder Care Issues
 Caregiver Issues  Learning Disabilities  Sexual Dysfunction
 Children's Counseling  Life Transitions  Stress Management
 Chronic Illness  Loneliness  Trauma and PTSD
 Coronavirus/COVID-19 Issues  Marriage & Family Therapy  Women's Issues
 Couples Therapy  Marriage Counseling  Work and Career Issues
 Depression  Men's Issues
P.O. Box 664
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