Substance Use & Mental Health Admissions
We’re here for you
When you’re ready to reach out, we’ll be waiting with open arms. Whether you’re calling for yourself or on behalf of a loved one, we’ll greet you with care, compassion and respect for your privacy.
The first step is to sit down one on one with a licensed professional counselor and complete an assessment. Our walk-in assessment time allows you to get started – just show up and get assessed no appointment necessary. The assessment will determine the level of care that is most appropriate for you. After completing the assessment you will know your next step. You may also contact us by phone, email or instant messenger on our website.
Walk-in for an assessment:
Main Campus Office (Vancouver):
Mon – Thurs noon – 3:30pm
Youth – Friday 9am – noon & 1pm – 3:30pm
Mon – Fri 8am – 2:30pm
Mon, Tue, Wed noon – 3:30pm
Mon – Fri 9am – 3:30pm – mental health only
By appointment only, 360-524-7924
Mon – Fri 10am – 2:00pm
Mt. Vernon Office:
Mon – Wed noon – 3:00pm, substance use only
Orchards Office (East Vancouver):
Tues & Thurs noon – 3:30pm – mental health only
South Bend Office:
By appointment only, 360-787-9319
Phone: (360) 397-8246 ext. 30580
We accept most forms of insurance. Find out what your coverage includes. We will contact you when we receive the benefit check form.
Detox (removing harmful substances from your body) is the first—and often most difficult—step toward recovery. We’ve created a comfortable, nurturing setting where you can focus on regaining wholeness. Within our warm environment, you’ll get the support you need for cleansing your body of harmful substances. Call our admissions team at (360) 397-8246 ext. 30580 to schedule a bed date or drop in 7pm-9pm, where beds are assigned on a first come first served basis.
Help a loved one heal
If you’re having trouble getting a loved one to even consider treatment for substance use or mental health, an interventionist may be able to help. The following organizations can serve as a bridge into our treatment programs, mention that you want to get your loved one into treatment at Lifeline Connections:Freedom Interventions
hope. help. Healing.