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Community Resources


Alcoholics Anonymous                                                                                                                                                                             694-3870


American Red Cross       3114 E. Fourth Plan Blvd.                                                                                                                            693-5821

• Emergency assistance with food and shelter

• Community classes in first aid, CPR and babysitting


Child Abuse Hotline                                                                                                                                                                                   993-7901


Child Care Resource and Referral                                                                                                                                                          750-9735


Clark County Crisis Line                                                                                                                                                                           696-9560


Southwest Washington Lawyer Referral Service                                                                                                                               695-0599


Community Drug and Alcohol Center               3305 Main St.                                                                                                          696-1631

• Outpatient drug and alcohol treatment for adolescents and adults

• Drug and alcohol assessments for adolescents


Community Mediation Services              210 E. 13th St.                                                                                                                  696-8060

• Assistance with conflict resolution


Department of Social and Health Services                       907 Harney                                                                                            993-7700

• Community Services Division

• Financial, medical and food assistance


Domestic Violence Hotline                                                                                                                                                                      695-0501

• YWCA SafeChoice Domestic Violence Program

• Support groups for survivors of violence and sexual assault

• Emergency Shelter

• Counseling (sliding fee scale)                                                                                                                                                               696-0167


Emergency Shelter Clearinghouse                                                                                                                                                          695-9677

• Referrals to shelters around Clark County


Free Clinic of Southwest Washington                                                                                                                                                   696-5149

• Health services and assistance


Salvation Army Family Services Center                   7509 NE 47th Ave.                                                                                         694-9503

• Food and clothing assistance


Stepping Stones                     3400 Main St., Suite 202                                                                                                                      696-5100

• Bereavement support for children, adolescents and adults

 



Agencies


Children’s Center                   13500 SE 7th St.                                                                                                                                      699-2244

• Individual and family counseling for children and adolescents

• Accepts private insurance and medical coupons



Children’s Home Society                 309 W. 12th St.                                                                                                                            695-1325

• Specialized treatment for children and families with sexual abuse issues

• Accepts medical coupons



Columbia River Mental Health Services                  6926 NE 4th Plain Blvd.                                                                              993-3000

• Individual, family and group counseling for children, adolescents and adults

• Accepts medical coupons



Family Reconciliation Servies (DCFS)                    907 Harney St.                                                                                                993-7900

• Division of Children and Family Services

• State-funded services to adolescents and families in conflict



Vancouver Guidance Clinic                       3112 Main St.                                                                                                                     694-2016

• Individual and family counseling for children, adolescents and adults

• Accepts private insurance



Western Psychological and Counseling Services                    7507 NE 51st St.                                                                           906-1190

• Accepts CUP, Kaiser and private insurance





Please contact me, Christine Hill, if you are interested in a list of private therapists in Vancouver.


If you have medical coupons or other health insurance, you are encouraged to call your plan’s customer service line for a referral to a counselor that is covered under your plan.



 

QUESTIONS TO ASK A POTENTIAL THERAPIST

 

1. Do you take my insurance?
Check with both your insurance provider and therapist to insure you will have coverage.

 

2. Do you have any areas of specialty?

 

3. What is your experience working with individuals with the issue my child/family is seeking 
 services for?

 

4. Are there any disorders/issues you do not feel comfortable working with?

 

5. Do you work with the family, the individual or both?  

Some therapists will only work with the family will others will only work with the individual.  As a parent how involved do you feel you need to be in your child’s therapy? Chose a therapist that will include you at that level.

 

6. What does a typical therapy session with you look like?
If you are familiar with the theories that guide therapeutic practices you may wish to ask that instead.  The goal of this question is for you to understand what will be happening when your child meets with the therapist.  Will they play games, do art or simply talk?  Will your child be asked to complete tasks outside of the one-on-one session?

 

7. What is your work schedule? With what frequency do you generally see clients?
Many therapists do not work a traditional 9-5, M-F work week.  It is common for therapists to work some evening hours.  The frequency with which a therapist sees a client varies from once a month to twice a week. How frequently do you feel your child will need to connect with a therapist to stay focused on his/her therapeutic goals?



Most important – Make sure your child is comfortable with the therapist.



Need Help Finding Help?


Dial 2-1-1, 1-877-501-0252 from your cell phone or visit www.211info.org


Connecting people in need to community resources


2-1-1 can help you find:

  • Food Resources

  • Health Care

  • Public Agencies

  • Legal Services

  • Employment Resources

  • Counseling/Support Groups

  • Housing/Emergency Shelter

  • And Much More!


211 is answered by trained information and referral specialists and information can be provided in over 150 languages.






?Necesita Encontrar Ayuda?


Desde su telefono celular marque 1-877-501-0252 or www.211info.org


Podemos ayudarle a encontrar:

  • Bancos de Comida

  • Cuidado de Salud

  • Agencias Publicas

  • Servicious Legales

  • Recursos de Empleo

  • Consejeria/Grupos de apoyo

  • Vivienda/Refugios de emergencia

  • !Y mucho mas!


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