Columbia River Mental Health
During the month of June, we are excited to be partnering with a life-changing organization- Columbia River Mental Health Services. CRMH has been serving our area since 1942. The organization’s efforts help to promote healthy people, families and community through the provision of quality behavioral health services. Columbia River’s mission says it best: “Lives Change Here”!
CRMH offers a variety services and is committed to enacting lasting changes in the lives of its clients. With an excellent team of therapists and case managers, adults living with mental illness can regain stability in their lives through the following programs: health and wellness education, mental health symptom management, conflict resolution, grief and loss counseling, healthy relationship development and much more. Those battling drug or alcohol addiction can find a variety of resources and help at Columbia River. They offer intensive outpatient and young adult outpatient programs with evening groups and substance use assessment. In addition, the NorthStar Clinic provides therapy as well as medication to treat addiction. CRMHS also offers child and family services that include the Options Youth Program and Great Life Mentoring. Both programs collaborate with the child’s family to provide the best possible treatment! Finally, Columbia River Mental Health offers a residential rehabilitation center called Elahan Place. Elahan Place creates a safe environment for the individual to stabilize, recover and prepare for reentry into community living.
No one should ever have to go without help. Thank you, Columbia River Mental Health Services, for providing an accessible, safe, and welcoming space to treat those with mental illness in our area. To learn more, visit crmhs.org.
Ways you can help!
· Volunteer. There are volunteer opportunities for everyone! Whether you’d like to be a mentor for a child, assist with clerical support or entertain those living at Elahan Place, CRMHS has a need for you! Visit http://crmhs.org/volunteers/ to learn more.
· Donate. Donations help create lasting change for members of our Clark County community who are battling mental illness. Donations can be made online here: http://crmhs.org/donate/