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Mental Health counseling for children, teens, and families

Healthy families are the foundation of a healthy community.

Columbia River offers counseling and other support services for children and teens 5-18, and their families. We value making a connection with you and your family and being a part of the change process. We use evidence-based practices and our engagement treatment methods include fun and creative ways to treat a variety of symptoms and disorders.

Call 360-993-3000 or come in today
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Individual treatment

Child and Family Services staff collaborate with the most important people in your child’s life to provide a customized treatment plan.

Our goal is to make sure your child feels safe and secure, and that they have the support they need to thrive.

Family therapy

Our family sessions focus on your family’s relationship goals.

Youth mental health involves the entire family system. We welcome and encourage families and caregivers to be an active part of the child and teens treatment. In family group therapy, we assist your family in developing strong communication skills, improved family dynamics, and supporting your child in practicing coping skills.

Call 360-993-3000 to schedule an appointment6926 N.E. Fourth Plain Blvd. Vancouver, WA 98661State and most private insurance accepted, and see our Sliding Scale rates.
Start the process of getting support by calling 360-993-3003 today to schedule a child or teen mental health assessment.

Columbia River offers children, teen, and families the following:

  • Individual, Family, and Group Therapy
  • Peer Parent Support
  • Psychiatric Evaluations
  • Medication Management
  • On-site School-Based Services are available at some school locations

Our treatment model

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

Your team may include:

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

Teens services

Our Options Youth Program is specially designed to help people aged 14 through 24 manage the transition to adulthood.

Your Options plan will 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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