Adult-Out Patient (AOP) offers a team-based approach to provide individual, group therapy and case management services to individuals living with symptoms of mental illness. The AOP team consists of case managers, mental health professionals, psychiatric providers, vocational and housing specialists, and peer support specialists who work with clients to achieve desired goals by teaching the skills necessary to regain stability in their lives and promote recovery. AOP offers on-going education and support with health and wellness, managing mental health symptoms, conflict resolution, grief and loss, healthy relationship development, building social support, self advocacy, money management, housing, and more.
Substance Use Disorders Department
Substance Use Assessments
Columbia River realizes the importance of fitting into your schedule so we offer evening and day Assessments as walk-ins and /or scheduled appointments
Intensive Outpatient Program
Columbia River offers Intensive Outpatient Program with Evening Groups & Assessments. This program meets all the requirements for Deferred Prosecution and court requirements for IOP. The IOP program is offered only in the evenings.
CDDR (Center for Dual Diagnosis and Recovery)
CDDR (Center for Dual Diagnosis and Recovery) provides a safe, supportive treatment environment designed to empower participants to achieve and maintain their personal recovery form co=occurring disorders.
Eclipse – Young Adult Outpatient Program
Columbia River supports young adults in recover. We offer outpatient groups & assessments for ages 18-25 yrs old at the downtown Youth House.
We look at each person as an individual and recommend a program that fits your needs. We value Recovery and pledge to make your Recovery important and will provide education and support along your journey.
- Evening & Day Groups
- Gender Specific Groups (Male or Female)
- Young Adult Groups (18-25 yrs old)
- Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual, Transgender, and Questioning Groups
Medical staff and therapists provide individual and group therapy and dispense medications (primarily methadone) to treat addiction to opiates and many forms of pain medication.
This Program of Assertive Community Treatment is based on multidisciplinary intensive treatment for those with severe and persistent mental illness. It is
- community, not clinic, based
- a very comprehensive 24/7 program
- designed to help keep the very ill from being institutionalized.
This residential rehabilitation and crisis stabilization programs provides 24-hour supervision aimed at stabilization and preparation for community living for individuals with mental illness as well and co-occurring disorders.
- a safe, structured, and supportive environment
- strengths-based assessment
- individualized recovery planning
- intensive individual and group counseling
- peer support
- medication management
To make a residential referral please call 360-253-6019
Clearview Employment Services
Clearview Employment Services is committed to serving people with barriers to employment and employers seeking reliable workers by helping all its potential workers build hope as well as job skills, [re]discover personal strengths as well as job interests and, [re]develop faith in their own abilities. Services through Clearview include: career counseling, vocationally related case management, support, job coaching, vocational assessment, and/or job development.
Clearview helped over 125 people gain employment last year with over 50 Vancouver area employers. Clearview focuses on the needs of its business customers as well as its individual job seekers. It maintains an active presence at job fairs throughout the Portland/Vancouver area.
Clearview prides itself on easy access, fast paced career exploration, peer resource groups, individual job development, and long term support.
HEN (Homeless Employment Navigator)
Supported employment services to chronically homeless individuals and families include:
- outreach to shelters and clinics to locate people who may not be informed of the assistance to which they are entitled.
- rapid job search assistance
- resource coordination and maximization
- developing employment plans and vocational profiles
Individualized services for people active with the Washington State Division of Vocational Rehabilitations which can include:
- job placement and retention support
- job coaching
- trial work experience
A multidisciplinary team of therapists, transition specialists and an employment specialist who focus community based services to help prepare and support youth during their transition from youth to independent adulthood.
- The Options youth program serves young people ages 14 through 24
- We focus our community based services on housing, community life skills, employment, and education
- Our role is to provide strength based support; advocacy and guidance in helping youth define and achieve their goals, develop self-sufficiency skills, and otherwise prepare youth for life in the real world
Highly trained and experienced housing case managers help clients
- find and maintain safe and affordable housing.
- CRMHS owns many units and has many partnerships with other property owners
4Results Mentoring is a nationally recognized, award winning mentoring program serving local children with the greatest needs. Qualified adults are matched with children ages 7-18 who reside in Clark County and are either receiving mental health services in foster care, are children of prisoners, or for any other reason are considered high-risk youth.
- Children are referred by their mental health therapists or their caregivers and are identified as needing a consistent, trustworthy adult to act as a role model.
- Adult volunteers commit to meeting with their matched child 1-3 hours a week for a minimum of 12 months and must pass an FBI fingerprint background check. Volunteers receive 20 hours of pre-match training before being qualified as mentors. Mentors and youth receive consistent and regular support throughout the mentoring relationship.
- 4Results has two separate mentoring programs: one community based program and the other a school based program.
Child and Family Services
Child and Family Services staff members collaborate with all the important people in the child’s life to provide individualized care to optimize treatment.
The variety of outpatient services includes:
- Children’s counseling
- Case management
- Group therapy
- Medication Management Services
Matching individual skills, interests, and time available to specific needs means personal success and a feeling of satisfaction with supporting your community is likely. The program is based on
- careful screening
- individualized training
- orientation to the entire agency
- building up personal skill sets which can help in employment searches
ECS (Extended Community Services)
The ECS team consist of mental health care providers, residential providers, Washington State Department of Home and Community Services (HCS) social workers and field supervisors. The ECS team is led by a Program Manager in collaboration with a Home and Community Services field supervisor.
The ECS clinical team provides intensive and comprehensive mental health case management including psychiatric medication management and crisis response capability. The ECS case manager is involved in all aspects of the client’s mental health care needs. Because a client’s mental health needs are interdependent with physical, spiritual, and multiple other life domains, the ECS case manager assists with many other client needs as well. The ECS case manager is a strong advocate in collaborating with community partners and responding rapidly to care issues the present routinely. The primary goal of the ECS program is to maintain an individual’s community placement and to avoid re-hospitalization. In addition it is the goal of the clinical staff to foster a credible and trusting relationship with residential providers and to promote client recovery to the full extent possible.
ECS clients do not generally come to the clinic to receive mental health services; indeed many ECS clients do not wish to receive mental health care. In this case the ECS clinician frames the services provided as advocating and supporting the client. ECS support is delivered wherever a client may be: in their home, in the hospital, a primary card doctor’s office or in the home of a family member.