November 25, 2017
211 Information
211 info serves Clark County and provides contacts for any support you or your student may need. 211 info is the lead organization in Southwest Washington. They partner with Clark County Department of Community Services and the Washington Information Network 211.

24 Hour Mental Health/Parenting Crisis Line:

Clark County Crisis Line: 696-9560

Proyecto de Adolescentes Saludables
Determinar la elegibilidad para todos los beneficios médicos del estado y otras beneficios.
Healthy Teen Project
Determine eligibility for all state medical and other benefits.

NEWSLETTERS

NAMI - National Alliance on Mental Illness
Click on the link above to read May/June newsletter from NAMI. Included in newsletter is information for support groups, peer groups, and classes. As well as overviews on topics connected to mental illness and disability.

SEMINARS / WORKSHOPS

Keeping Our Kids Safe Seminars
Click on the link above for times, dates, and location. Seminars are for parents, educators, and community members. Topics range from talking with your kids to, gangs, bullying, drugs, and exploitation.
MANTENIENDO A NUESTROS NIÑOS SEGUROS
Click on link above for more information.
Keeping Our Kids Safe Seminars - Russian Translation
Click on link above for more information.

SUPPORT GROUPS

YWCA - Teen Support Group
A support group for teen girls who are victims and survivors of sexual assault. Click on link above for date, location, and time.

PEER GROUPS

Children's Home Society - Triple Point
Like minded youth, coming together to talk about today’s issues, tomorrow’s solutions and a future without limitations. A support group for Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Trans, Intersex, Queer, and Questioning youth ages 13-21. Food will be served. Click on the link above for more information.

ADDITIONAL SUPPORT

Transitions Youth Impact Program
Transitions Youth Impact Program (TYIP) seeks to help current/former foster youth ages 15-24 find employment and handle life change. Click on the above link for more details about the program and the below link for the referral form.
Transitions Youth Impact Program Referral Form

 

Vancouver Counseling and Family Support Resources

 

 

24 Hour Mental Health/Parenting Crisis Line:

Clark County Crisis Line:  696-9560

 

 

Children’s Mental Health Counseling:                                         Adult Mental Health Counseling:

Children’s Center: 699-2244                                                             Columbia River Mental Health: 993-3000

Columbia River Mental Health: 993-3000                                    Seamar:  896-5128

Children’s Home Society: 695-1325                                               Wellness Project:  798-2918

 

 

Developmental Disabilities/Family Support:                             Developmental Screenings:

ARC of Clark County: 759-4917                                                    Infant/Toddler Early Intervention Program:896-9912

Parent Coalition: 823-5163

 

 

Domestic Violence:                                                                            Sexual Assault Counseling for Women & Kids:

Vancouver YWCA:  696-0167                                                         YWCA:  696-0167

 

 

Drug/Alcohol Counseling/Support for families:

Lifeline Connections:  696-1631

 

 

Family Support and Respite Services for Children 1 – 8:

Caring Connections:  882-3606

 

 

Medical Assistance for Families:

Free Clinic of Southwest Washington:  313-1390

 

 

Mentors for Children:

Big Brothers Big Sisters Program: 891-8382

 

 

Child Care Referral:

Child Care Resource and Referral of Clark County:  750-9735

 

 

Homeless Resources:

Emergency Shelter Clearinghouse:  695-9677

 

 

Grief and Loss Counseling:

Stepping Stones:  696-5120

 

 

Voluntary In-Home Counseling:

Child Welfare System: 993-7903

 

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