Substance Use & Mental Health Assessment

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It all starts with your assessment.

To help you figure out your next steps, we need to know where you’re at. Your initial assessment tells us how we can best meet your unique needs.

Our caring team of professional substance use and mental health counselors will complete a thorough assessment to determine what level of care you need to get your life back on track. Depending on where you are in your journey, we may recommend any of the following services:

If you need residential treatment and we don’t have space available just yet, our pre-bed group will help you stay focused on your healing with activities every Tuesday and Friday at 1:00 p.m. We also encourage you to stay in close contact with our admissions team while you wait for your bed placement.

Take the first step.

Drop in for an assessment during our walk-in assessment time. No appointment necessary.  Before you leave you will know what level of care is recommended and likely have an appointment set for your next visit.

All assessments are by appointment only in all locations 

  • Court ordered assessments will be scheduled in person
  • Self-referred assessments can be completed remotely via phone or zoom

Main Campus Office (Vancouver):
By appointment only, (360) 397-8246
Youth – By appointment only (360) 553-9157

Aberdeen Office:
By appointment only, (360) 787-9319

Bellingham Office:
By appointment only, (360) 922-3030 – substance use only

Camas Office:
By appointment only, (360) 524-7924 – mental health only

Centralia Office:
By appointment only, (360) 388-4048

Mt. Vernon Office:
By appointment only, (360) 399-6900 substance use only

Orchards Office (East Vancouver):
By appointment only, (360) 984-5511 – mental health only

South Bend Office:
By appointment only, (360) 787-9319

We accept most forms of insurance. Find out what your coverage includes.

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“I have become the friend people want around, the good employee the employer doesn’t wish would go away and the son and brother to my family that I always wished I was.”

– Chris A.