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Mental Health Crisis
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CLARK : Mental Health Crisis Line: (800) 626-8137 or (360) 696-9560
CLARK COUNTY CRISIS SERVICES Link
Behavioral health crisis services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling the
Southwest Washington Crisis Line at: 800.626.8137 | TTY 866.835.2755
For emergency situations requiring immediate on scene response, dial 9-1-1
Who we are
The Clark County Crisis Services program office is staffed by a team of mental health professionals and certified peer counselors who are trained in crisis intervention.
What to expect
We will listen to you and provide an assessment of your current situation. A plan will be developed with you to meet your immediate behavioral health needs. If needed, we can provide follow-up care to monitor your progress and provide additional help.
We will provide services in an empowering, consumer engaged, individualized manner with dignity, compassion, confidentiality, equality and hope. We will strive to provide the least restrictive intervention available within a recovery-based model.
Referral and information
Mobile community outreach and crisis intervention
Suicide prevention and assessment
Counseling and safety planning
Access to Behavioral Health programs
Emergency Involuntary Detention
Monitoring of Assisted Outpatient Treatment
COWLITZ : Mental Health Crisis Line: (800) 803-8833 or (360) 425-6064
SKAMANIA : Mental Health Crisis Line: (509) 427-3850
WAHKIAKUM : Mental Health Crisis Line: (360) 795-8630
Taken from NAMI Southwest Washington https://namiswwa.org/resources/mental-health-crisis-line/
For further resources go to https://win211.org/
Project Respond/Multnomah Country Crisis Line (503) 988-4888
Help for a Child's Mental Health
Taken from clark.wa.gov
Arguing is normal. Trying to control someone through threats or force is not. That is domestic violence. It can start with insults or jealousy. And it gets worse over time. Watch for these signs of domestic violence:
Does your partner...
Insult you in public and/or private?
Blame you for the abuse?
Make you have sex in ways or at times that are uncomfortable to you?
Check up on where you've been and who you've talked to?
Limit where you go and what you do?
Touch you in ways that hurt or scare you?
Put down your friends and family?
Destroy your things?
Tell you your fears are not important?
Tell you jealousy is a sign of love?
Threaten to hurt you, your family, or pets?
If any of the things listed above, or things like them, happen to you, you may be in danger. Domestic violence hurts you and the ones you love. Don't wait until you and the ones you love get hurt. If you are in danger now, CALL 911.
If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, please call the local, state, or national Domestic Violence Program - Today!
Clark County: 564.695.0501
Or go to the Washington State Domestic Violence Hotline website at https://wscadv.org/contact-us/.