Every person has a story, and every story has the power to inspire.
What might seem ordinary to us could sound extraordinary to others. Sharing your story could be the very thing that moves one person to finally seek therapy or addiction treatment. It might encourage someone to donate so that everyone has access to care. Or maybe it will spark hope in the hearts of those who hear it.
WHO WILL YOU INSPIRE TODAY?
Share your story one of three ways!
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No two unhoused people are the same, and their needs reflect that. Since your support helped the launch of our Mobile Health team this past fall, our outreach staff has worked closely to meet their…Read More
Dena Hampton with Ann Pollock, CRMHS staff Dena Hampton thought she had kicked her opioid addiction for good. She was clean and sober for eight years and living the life of a “soccer mom” in…Read More
Columbia River Mental Health Services will unveil a service starting this week that is intended to both provide more direct mental health counseling and treatment to vulnerable individuals, and relieve law enforcement and emergency service…Read More
Steven and his wife Christina There’s a new, highly addictive drug running loose in our community. But your donations to Columbia River Mental Health Services ensure that users of the drug— fentanyl—can get the treatment…Read More
Steven and Christina Steven Suarez experienced a childhood of nearly unspeakable trauma. He turned to drugs and alcohol to cope. As an adult, he slowly rebuilt his life, thanks to a network of caring individuals…Read More
Clark County consistently has a bed shortage for people experiencing homelessness. This isn’t a local problem but rather one experienced throughout the nation. For this reason, Columbia River Mental Health Services (Columbia River) is excited…Read More