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Adult mental health

We offer hope for adults who are struggling

If you are experiencing depression, anxiety, or other distressing feelings or experiences, Columbia River’s compassionate therapists can help you take back your life.

We provide a full range of support services to address your mental health needs and achieve your goals. At Columbia River, we treat you as a whole person, so that you can thrive.

Call 360-993-3000 or come in today

Let’s get started!

Our Adult Outpatient service offers a team-based approach to providing help for individuals over 18 years old, and groups.

You can take the first step in getting support by visiting our clinic during drop-in hours to have a mental health intake assessment:

Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Main Clinic
6926 NE Fourth Plain Blvd.
Vancouver, WA 98661

Our outpatient services include:

  • Mental health assessments
  • Mental health therapy (individual and group)
  • Healthy relationship counseling
  • Conflict resolution
  • Grief and loss counseling
  • Psychiatric evaluations
  • Medication management
  • And more!
Call 360-993-3000 to schedule an appointment6926 N.E. Fourth Plain Blvd. Vancouver, WA 98661State and most private insurance accepted. We offer Sliding Scale rates.
Start the process of getting support by calling 360-993-3003 today to schedule a mental health assessment.

Columbia River offers young adult services

Our Options Youth Program is specially designed to help people through age 24 manage the transition to adulthood.

Get support with:

  • GED/high school completion and college education or vocational program degrees
  • Finding and keeping a job
  • Housing resources
  • Obtaining a driver’s license, Social Security card or other certifications (food handler’s card, CPR/first aid)
  • Achieving other goals you have, so you can live independently
  • And more!

Our treatment model

Columbia River’s team of professionals looks at all aspects of your health as we work with you to achieve your goals and promote your well-being.

Your team may include:

  • Mental Health Therapists
  • Case Managers who connect you with resources
  • Peer Support Specialists who have experience with what you are experiencing
  • Psychiatric providers to prescribe medication

Teen services

Our Options Youth Program helps you focus on three life areas: housing, education, and employment.

At Options you can participate in:

  • Peer activities/groups
  • Community events
  • Therapy
  • Case management to get connected to community resources

You take the lead to create an individualized plan to pursue the goals that are most important to you.

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