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Frequently Used Numbers

Emergency 911 For emergency situations that require immediate response. Remember to ask for a mental health trained officer.
Clark County Crisis Line 360-696-9560 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.
Catholic Community Services – Children’s Crisis Stabilization Service 360- 567-2211 Provides home and community-based wrap-around (counseling, housing, medication, employment, etc.) services to stabilize children and families in crisis within a 90-day period.
ADAPT-Psychiatric Day Hospital 360-696-5300 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.
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.
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.
Consumer Voices are Born (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.
CVAB Warm Line
5 pm-10 pm
360-750-2012 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.
DSHS 877-501-2233 Washington State Department of Social and Health Services
Emergency Shelter Clearing House 360-695-9677 For anyone in need of emergency shelter in Clark County. Run by Clark County Council for the Homeless.
Medical Transportation 360-694-9997 Non-emergency; Run by Health Care Authority in WA
Mental Health Ombudsman 360-397-8470 People with lived experience in behavioral health who know services well and can help people navigate and resolve problems. Available throughout the state, they can assist to resolve issues in with behavioral health or mental health clinics. Ombuds services are primarily for individuals receiving Medicaid services.
Rainer Springs Hospital 360-356-1890 Inpatient and outpatient programs for adults.
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.
SeaMar Behavioral Health North Vancouver:             360-566-4432 This community-based organization provides medical, mental, housing, educational, and cultural services. Specializes in service to Latinos in Washington state.
Deleware:              360-566-4432
Social Security Administration 360-696-7519 Social Security Administration in Vancouver, WA


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