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Frequently Needed Numbers


Mental Health
Clark County Crisis 360-696-9560 800-626-8137 24/7 phone triage for crisis calls from children, teens, and adults. Evaluate the situation and you can refer them to community outpatient and inpatient facilities; also refer to community supports, including peer support counselors and advocacy organizations. Designated Mental Health Professionals (DMHP) may also initiate 72-hour involuntary holds on 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. Ask for a mobile crisis unit if needed.
Community Services Northwest 360-546-1722 Provides high quality, integrated mental health, addictions and housing services, focusing on individual strengths and recovery. They run the crisis line/unit.
SeaMar Behavioral Health 360-566-4432 This community-based organization provides medical, mental, housing, educational, and cultural services. Specializes in service to Latinos in Washington state.
PeaceHealth Behavioral Health 360-514-6450 Behavioral Health Clinic provides counseling, medications and management, and coordinates with social workers if needed. Provides individual, family, and couples counseling.
LifeLine Connections 360-397-8246 Treats mental health and addiction. Units/departments include outpatient, addiction residential, detox, and sobering unit.
Columbia River Mental Health 360-993-3000 Provides behavioral health and recovery services that transform the lives of children, adults, and families in the communities of SW Washington.
CVAB (Consumer Voices Are Born) Reach Center 360-397-8050 A Peer-Run organization controlled by individuals who have their own lived experiences with mental illness, psychiatric diagnoses, addiction, trauma, and most importantly, recovery. Reach Center is drop-in mental health support.
CVAB Warm Line 360-750-2014 The WarmLine is based in Vancouver, WA and operates every evening. When you call the Warm Line you are talking to a peer. Peers have unique lived experience with mental health conditions and strive to provide you with support, understanding, and a listening ear. Open 4pm – 12am every day.
ADAPT – Psychiatric Day Hospital 360-695-5300 ADAPT, operated by Peace Health Southwest Washington Medical Center, is an outpatient mental health resource for Clark County. The treatment focus is recovery based and includes coping skills education, connection with community resources and a medication evaluation. Currently offered to those who are uninsured and meet qualifications.
Western State Hospital – Psychiatric Treatment and Recovery Center 253-582-8900 Adult inpatient/residential treatment for mental illness.
Rainer Springs Hospital 360-356-1890 Inpatient and outpatient programs for adults.
Western Psychological and Counseling 360-906-1190 Outpatient mental health services for a wide range of needs for individuals, couples, children, and families. Psychiatric medication evaluation and management services for children, adolescents, and adults if enrolled in therapy. Chemical Dependency services (adolescent and adult) evaluation, outpatient, and intensive outpatient services. Does not take medicaid.


Bridgeview Resource Center 360-737-2950 A safe space for families with financial challenges to learn about and connect with resources and supports that promote self-reliance. Partner with dozens of other agencies to help families and individuals to thrive. Includes housing, employment, food, financial, health services, education, aging & disability, and crisis services. Help with navigating the disability/assistance system.
DSHS 877-501-2233 Washington State Department of Social and Health Services
Social Secuity Administration 360-696-7519  800-772-1213 Social Security Administration in Vancouver, WA; helps with financial assistance if physically or mentally disabled.
CVAB 360-397-8050  A Peer-Run organization controlled by individuals who have their own lived experiences with mental illness, psychiatric diagnoses, addiction, trauma, and most importantly, recovery.
PFLAG (Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) 360-562-0491 Mission: to build on a foundation of loving families united with LGBTQ people and allies who support one another, and to educate ourselves and our communities to speak up as advocates until all hearts and minds respect, value and affirm LGBTQ people.
TIP (Trauma Intervention Program) – Northwest Chapter 503-940-7997 Specially trained volunteers who provide emotional aid and practical support and resources to victims of traumatic events and their families in the hours after the crisis


Vancouver Housing Authority 360-694-2501 Subsidized and affordable housing; low income or mental illness.
Housing Hotline 360-695-9677 For individuals needing help finding emergency housing.
The Council for the Homeless 360-699-5106 Organization providing practical solutions to prevent and end homelessness in Clark County. Runs the Housing Hotline.
REACH Community Development 503-501-5733 Rental communities in Clark County.


NAMI SW WA Class/Group Locations
NAMI SW WA 360-695-2823 NAMI SW WA advocates for access to services, treatment, and support for individuals and families struggling with mental health challenges; we offer our services at no charge. NAMI services offered here: Tabletop Games, STRivE, Women’s Support Group, Writing Group.
Bridgeview Resource Center 360-737-2950 Bridgeview Resource Center is a safe space for families to learn about, and connect with, employment, education and health resources and supports that promote self–reliance. We are committed to equity, inclusiveness and respect. NAMI services offered here: Connection Recovery Support Group, Family Support Group.

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