Mental Health & Co-Occurring Treatment Outpatient
Get to the root of the problem
Many adults who suffer from mental illness also struggle with a substance use disorder. Our clinicians are trained to help with both. We believe to heal one, you’ve got to heal the other.
Lifeline Connections is one of the few mental health outpatient centers capable of treating co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders. With locations throughout Clark County, our holistic approach helps individuals with a dual diagnosis achieve balance and stability in their lives.
It’s common to struggle with both mental illness and substance use. Our counselors care deeply about your healing and will support you in discovering and building on your inner strengths. Only you can do the work, but you’ll have the help of highly skilled peer support specialists, mental health professionals and psychiatric prescribers.
Custom treatment plan
Your initial assessment will help us develop a specialized course of treatment for your needs. Your plan may include a combination of individual and group therapy and other mental health programs to help you work toward your healing goals.
Individuals with shared experiences can help each other heal. Working closely with peers recovering from mental illness has been nationally proven to boost success.
Build new skills for maintaining balance and tranquility. You’ll have opportunities to learn about:
- Managing symptoms
- Conflict resolution
- Grief and loss
- Healthy relationship development
- Building social support
- Money management
We accept most forms of insurance—find out what your coverage includes.
Ready to take the next step?
We offer treatment for mental health and co-occurring disorders at:
1601 E Fourth Plain Blvd, Bldg. #17, Ste. B221
Vancouver, WA 98661
11719 NE 95th Street, Suite A
Vancouver, WA 98682
329 NE Lechner Street
Camas, WA 98607
hope. help. Healing.
“Recovery is a long journey and has had many faces in the past for me. Today I have one face, it is so rewarding to see a positive future.”
– Sue C.
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