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Service Referral Directory Clark County, WA 2016

Mentor Programs (p.4-5) 1. Big Brothers Big Sisters Columbia Northwest 2. Clark County Juvenile Court 3. Columbia River Mental Health 4. Mentors of Boys 5. Silver Buckle Youth Equestrian Center 6. Rock Solid Community Teen Center 7. Vancouver Housing Authority 8. Vancouver Public Schools 9. Volunteer Connections 10. Young Life 11. YWCA Chemical Dependency Treatment (p.6-7) 12. Al-Anon/Alateen 13. Alcoholics Anonymous 14. Community Services Northwest 15. Daybreak 16. Kaiser Permanente 17. Lifeline Connections 18. Narcotics Anonymous 19. Western Psychological and Counseling Services 20. Cowlitz Tribal Services Mental Health Programs (p.8-10) 21. Catholic Community Services 22. Children’s Center 23. Children’s Home Society of Washington 24. Columbia River Mental Health 25. Family Solutions 26. Sea Mar Behavioral Health Clinic 27. Western Psychological and Counseling Services 28. Evergreen Counseling Services Health Resources (p.11-12) 29. Clark County Dental Hygiene Clinic 30. Clark County Health Department 31. Clark County Vocational Skill Center 32. Clinica de Salud Familiar 33. Free Clinic of Southwest Washington 2

34. New Heights Clinic 35. Options 360 Pregnancy Clinic 36. Planned Parenthood 37. Sea Mar Support Programs and Services (p.13) 38. YWCA 39. Peacehealth Southwest Medical Center/Stepping Stones 40. Share Homeless Services 41. Vancouver School District Family Resource Centers 42. Evergreen School District Family Resource Centers Alternative Schools by District/Agency (p.15-17) 43. Battle Ground School District 44. Camas School District 45. ESD 112 46. Evergreen School District 47. Job Corp 48. National Guard Youth Challenge 49. Vancouver School District 50. Washougal School District

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Mentor Programs 1. Big Brothers Big Sisters Columbia Northwest Program/Service Description: The mentor meets with the child a few times a month to provide friendship through one-to-one mentoring. Target Population: Children 6 to 16 years old Contact Information: (360)891-8382 205 E 11th St. Suite 102 Vancouver, WA 98660 2. Clark County Juvenile Court Program/Service Description: Working side-by-side with community members, mentors and youth from the juvenile court give service of value to the community. Target Population: Youth on Probation/Diversion with the Juvenile Court ages 12 to 18 Contact Information: Sean Scrivner (360)397-2201 ext. 4057 3. Columbia River Mental Health Program/Service Description: 4Results Mentoring Program, mentors meet oneon-one after school or on weekends with kids who are receiving mental health services Target Population: Youth ages 7 to 18 who are receiving mental health services Program/Service Description: 4Results Mentors meet one hour per week at Fir Grove School with kids in the 4th - 8th grades. Target Population: Fir Grove Students in the 4th through 8th grades Contact Information: Elizabeth Higley (360)993-3184 (Hotline: 1-800-626-8137) 4. Mentors of Boys Program/Service Description: Group Activities Target Population: Male youths, ages 8 to 13 without father figures Contact Information: Zach Long (360)604-6081 [email protected] 5. Silver Buckle Youth Equestrian Center Program/Service Description: Adult mentors assist at-risk youth through equine therapy. Target Population: At risk youth Contact Information: Keri Gorman (360) 260-8932

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6. Rock Solid Community Teen Center Program/Service Description: After-school program that offers a safe, fun place to hang out after school, $20 per year per child. Scholarships available. Target Population: 5th-12th grade students in group setting/5th - 8th grade in one to one setting Contact Information: Marcy Sprecher (360)885-2181 7. Vancouver Housing Authority Program/Service Description: Campus of Learners, Case management, Rise and Stars Community Center. Target Population: Families and students receiving VHA housing subsidies Contact Information: Prudence Zeni (360)992-0232 8. Vancouver Public Schools Program/Service Description: Lunch Buddies meet with an elementary school student once a week for lunch. Girls.inc focuses on at risk 5th grade girls. Teach one to lead one for incoming freshman at high poverty schools. Other mentor programs are in the works. Target Population: Lunch buddies focus on Male and Female, 1st grade through 5th grade children chosen by school staff and administrators. Other mentor programs vary. Contact Information: WenLyn Richter (360)313-4725 9. Volunteer Connections Program/Service Description: RSVP Tutor Program, seniors mentor and tutor young students Target Population: Students with individual and/or family needs Contact Information: (360) 735-3690 [email protected] 10. Young Life Program/Service Description: support program for teen mothers offering fun, encouragement and personal growth Target Population: High School girls who are pregnant or parenting Contact Information: Megan Kulju (360) 931-3817 11. YWCA Program/Service Description: With the help of mentors, foster youth transition into independent living Target Population: ages 15 to 21 and participants of ILS. Financial Assistance for youth 18 and over Contact Information: Caroline Bartlett (360)906-9137 5

Chemical Dependency Treatment 12. Al-Anon/Alateen Program/Service Description: Support Groups for teens/parents struggling with alcoholism Contact Information: (360) 693-5781 13. Alcoholics Anonymous Program/Service Description: Support Groups Contact Information: (360) 694-3870 14. Community Services Northwest Program/Service Description: To stabilize both chemical dependency and mental health issues through individual sessions and case management services Target Population: Youth in need of co-occurring disorder treatment Contact Information: (360) 397-8488 15. Daybreak Program/Service Description: Inpatient Treatment Program. Level III - medically monitored program offering individual and family therapy, recovery education, skills training groups, and 12 step meetings Target Population: Youth ages 12 to 17 Contact Information: (360) 750-9588 Program/Service Description: Outpatient Chemical Dependency services with Daybreak. Individual, group, family and support services.

Target Population: Youth ages 12-17 Contact Information: (360) 750-9635 Angela Ball 16. Kaiser Permanente Program/Service Description: Evaluation and Treatment Target Population: Adolescents Contact Information: 256-7104 17. Lifeline Connections (JRC Youth Only) Program/Service Description: Referral, assessment and individual and group treatment Youth Outpatient Program. Contact Information: 397-8246 Program/Service Description: Drug and alcohol recovery group designed specifically for youth Target Population: youth NO COST Contact Information: Brad Finegood 397-2304 (24-Hr hotline: 1-800-604-0025) 6

18. Narcotics Anonymous Program/Service Description: Meetings and support lines with the goal of “freeing users from active addiction” Contact Information: (360) 690-1144 (Help Line: 360-703-0990) 19. Western Psychological and Counseling Services Program/Service Description: Chemical Dependency evaluation and treatment Target Population: Adolescents Contact Information: (360) 906-1190 20. Cowlitz Tribal Services Program/Service Description: Intensive outpatient and outpatient substance abuse treatment. Target Population: Adolescents and Adults Contact Information: 360-397-8228

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Mental Health Programs 21. Catholic Community Services Program/Service Description: Crisis Stabilization Services short-term (up to 90 days) community-based alternative to psychiatric hospitalization Target Population: Families with children in acute crisis/Must meet Medicaid or WA poverty guidelines to be eligible Program/Service Description: Wraparound Intensive Community Based Services. Care Coordinators facilitate a child and family team that collaborates to individualize and tailor a plan of care based on the family’s needs. Target Population: families with children who have complex needs, emotional or behavioral challenges and are involved in multiple systems/Must meet Medicaid or WA poverty guidelines to be eligible Program/Service Description: Camas School Based Wraparound (Hayes Freedom High School and Liberty Middle School. Blend of Counseling and Various Therapeutic Activities Target Population: Primary population served is Medicaid eligible and those that qualify under state poverty guidelines. Program/Service Description: Family Assessment and Stabilization Team (FAST) Intensive support services Target Population: families with children at risk of being hospitalized due to mental health emergencies or being placed in foster care because of a family crisis Program/Service Description: Behavioral Rehabilitation Services Contact for all Catholic Community Services Mental Health Programs: 567-2211 22. Children's Center Program/Service Description: Specialized outpatient mental health counseling and psychiatric services Target Population: Children and Adolescents Program/Services Description: School Based Mental Health Program Target Population: Children and Adolescents identified as having behavioral or emotional problems that impact their ability to function successfully in school. Contact for Children’s Center Mental Health Programs: 699-2244

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23. Children's Home Society of Washington Program/Service Description: Child and Family Counseling. Professional counselors help children and parents communicate effectively, manage stress, identify and address problems, and find solutions that strengthen the whole family. Program/Service Description: Child Sexual Abuse Counseling, this specialized program aims to lessen the psychological trauma of the abuse, and protect children from risk of future exploitation. Here children and families can begin the healing process. Program/Services Description: Triple Point like-minded youth, coming together to talk about todays issues, tomorrows solutions and a future without limitations. A support group for Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Trans, Queer and Questioning youth. Contact Information: (360) 695-1325 24. Columbia River Mental Health Program/Service Description: Outpatient therapy, psychiatric evaluation, med management, individual and group therapy, dual diagnosis case management Target Population: All Ages Contact Information: (360) 993-3000 25. Family Solutions Program/Service Description: assessment, counseling, behavior management, and case management (strength based, wraparound team approach) In school services in Evergreen and Vancouver School Districts. Target Population: General mental health treatment for children, Contact Information: (360) 695-1014 26. Sea Mar Behavioral Health Clinic Program/Service Description: Vancouver Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinic, Counseling and Case Management, School Based Services in Evergreen, Washougal and Camas school districts Target Population: Adolescents (specializing in services to Latinos) Contact Information: (360) 566-4432 27. Western Psychological and Counseling Services Program/Service Description: Outpatient mental health services, psychiatric evaluation and management services Target Population: Adolescents Contact Information: (360) 906-1190 9

28. Evergreen Counseling Services Program/Service Description: Individual counseling for adults, adolescents, teens, couples counseling, teen-parent and family counseling Target Population: All Ages Contact Information: 1104 Main Street Suite #440 Vancouver, WA 98660 (360)694-3040

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Health Resources 29. Clark County Dental Hygiene Clinic Program/Service Description: Target Population: Low fees, Medicaid not accepted Contact Information: (360) 992-2158 2302 E Reserve Street, Vancouver, WA 98661 30. Clark County Health Department Contact Information: (360) 397-8215 31. Clark County Vocational Skills Center Program/Service Description: Dental Services Target Population: Children 3 & up and adults: Low fees & Medicaid Contact Information: (360) 604-1050 12200 NE 28th Street, Vancouver, WA 98682 32. Clinica de Salud Familiar Program/Service Description: Medical care for the uninsured Target Population: All ages, all staff members speak Spanish/English. $55 Office Visit/$15 child immunizations (No insurance accepted) Contact Information: Susana Serna (360) 576-4140 9102 NE HWY 99, Vancouver, WA 98665 33. Free Clinic of SW WA Program/Service Description: Medical, dental and prescription assistance. Target Population: Uninsured children and adults Contact Information: 4100 Plomondon Street Vancouver, WA (360) 313-1390 34. New Heights Clinic and Dental Clinic Program/Service Description: Serving healthcare needs for those without insurance Target Population: Free, but by appointment only Contact Information: (360) 694-0355 5912 NE 78th Street, Vancouver, WA 98665 35. Options 360 Pregnancy Clinic Program/Service Description: Free Pregnancy test, ultrasound confirmation, confidential counseling, and referral services Contact Information: (360) 687-8943 - 1709 W Main Street #115, Battle Ground Orchards (360) 567-0285 – 221 NE 104th Ave #209, Vancouver, WA 98682 11

36. Planned Parenthood Program/Service Description: Free or low cost Birth Control, STD Testing and Treatment, Emergency Contraception, Pregnancy Testing Target Population: Uninsured Contact Information: (888) 875-7820 11516 SE Mill Plain Blvd #2E, Vancouver, WA 98684 37. Sea Mar Program/Service Description: Dental Clinic Target Population: Fee based on income for uninsured Contact Information: 1412 NE 88th Street Vancouver, WA 98665 (360) 574-4074 Program/Service Description: Community Health Center Target Population: Medical services on sliding fee scale (By Appt. Only) Contact Information: (360) 896-5128 7410 Delaware Ln, Vancouver, WA 98664

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Support Programs and Services 38. YWCA Program/Service Description: Teen Sexual Assault Support Group. Weekly group held @ YWCA . Domestic Violence Support Groups. Target Population: Young women ages 13 to 17 victims of sexual assault. DV groups are for all ages. Contact Information: 360-696-0167 39. PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center Program/Service Description: Stepping Stones: Bereavement support for children and their families. Target Population: Ages 4 - 19 Contact Information: 5400 MacArthur Blvd, Vancouver, Wa 98661 (360)696-5100 40. Share Homeless Services Program/Service Descriptions: Assistance with housing, food, mail etc Contact Information: Housing Solutions Hotline 360-695-9677. Or go to the Day Shelter at Friends of the Carpenter, 1600 W 20th St. 7am-5pm daily. 41. Vancouver School District Family Resource Centers Tamara Shoup 360-313-4732 Director of family engagement and Family-Community Resource Centers 42. Evergreen School District Resource Centers

School Burton Elementary Crestline Elementary Ellsworth Elementary Endeavour Elementary Image Elementary Marrion Elementary Mill Plain Elementary Orchards Elementary Sifton Elementary Silver Star Elementary

Phone (360) 604-4980 (360) 604-3337 (360) 604-6958 (360) 604-4928 (360) 604-6853 (360) 604-6826 (360) 604-6807 (360) 604-6978 (360) 604-6679 (360) 604-6782

Contact Carrie Urban Brandon Chase Maria Doshkind Carmella Bender Julie Hanke Erica London Rebecca Bentley Jennifer Beeks Lynn Johnson Michelle Tribe 13

Alternative School Programs 43. Battle Ground School District Home Link River Target Population: K-12th grade home school students Contact Information: (360)834-1000 Summit View High School Target Population: Open to all students in Battle Ground School District, 10th12th grade students preferred Contact Information: (360)885-5331 44. Camas School District Hayes Freedom Alternative High School Target Population: 9th -12th grade students Contact Information: (360) 833-5600

45. ESD 112 Open Doors Re-engagement Program Target Population: Students ages 16-21 Contact Information: 360.952.3456 The Bridges Academy Target Population: Alternative High School and Vocational Education, Credit Recovery for students 16-21 Contact Information: 360.952.3456 46. Evergreen School District IQ Academy of Washington Target Population: Public Online Middle and High School, Any student enrolled in Evergreen School District Contact Information: www.iqacademywa.com Legacy High School Target Population: Public High School, High School Students not on IEP Contact Information: (360)604-3900

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GED Prep @ Legacy High School Target Population: GED tutoring and test prep, Evergreen School District Students age 16-21 Contact Information: (360)604-3900x 1693 No Thunder Left Behind Target Population: Alternative High School and Credit Recovery, Students living in Mountain View High School Boundary 11th & 12th grade Contact Information: (360) 604-6160 Ignite Target Population: Alternative High School and Credit Recovery, Students living in Evergreen High School Boundary 11th & 12th grade Contact Information: (360)604-3700 Union's Liberal Arts Academy Target Population: Alternative High School and Credit Recovery, Students living in Union High School Boundary 11th & 12th grade Contact Information: (360)604-6210 TWOLF Academy Target Population: Alternative High School and Credit Recovery, Students living in Heritage High School Boundary11th & 12th grade Contact Information: (360)604-3400 47. Job Corp Job Corp Target Population: Vocational Education, GED or High School Diploma Completion, Students age 16-21 Contact Information: (360)906-1613 48. National Guard Youth Challenge Washington Youth Academy Target Population: Residential Education and Employment Program for 16-19 year old High School Dropouts or At-risk Youth. Open to Washington State Residents not currently on probation Contact Information: (360) 473-2609 WYA or 1-877-228-8947

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49. Vancouver School District Fir Grove/Vista Target Population: Special needs and Behavior needs students, IEP eligible students grades 1-8 Contact Information: (360)313-1800 Leiser Campus Target Population: nontraditional options in education for students in kindergarten through 12th grade in Vancouver School District Programs: Virtual Learning Academy, Home School Connections Contact Information: (360)313-4990 Vancouver Flex Academy Target Population: Alternative Learning Environment Contact Information: (360)313-4350 GATE Program Target Population: Independent Living, Self-Advocacy, Life Skills and Job Training Program for Developmentally Delayed Students age 18-21 with or without a diploma. Contact Information: (360) 313-1050 McLoughlin Middle School C-House Target Population: Middle School Alternative Program for 7th and 8th Grade Students Contact Information: (360)313-3600 50. Washougal School District Excelsior High School Target Population: Alternative High School for 9th - 12th grade students Contact Information: (360) 954-3300

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Children's Center. 23. Children's Home Society of Washington. 24. Columbia River Mental Health. 25. Family Solutions. 26. Sea Mar Behavioral Health Clinic.

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