Behavioral health

Supporting the well-being and mental health of all students.

Behavioral health resources

Vancouver Public Schools is committed to supporting the well-being and mental health of all students. Students and families are encouraged to contact their school counselor for additional information.

Crisis response resources

Emergency Response
Dial 911

Southwest Washington Crisis Line
800-626-8137

24-Hour Crisis Line
866-427-4747

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
800-273-8255

Children’s Crisis Stabilization Services through Catholic Community Services
360- 567-2211

24-hr domestic violence hotline
800-695-0167

Clark County Teen Talk provides non-emergency peer-to-peer support.
Call: 360-397-2428
Text: 360-984-0936
​​Email: ccteentalk1@hotmail.com

Teen Line is another warmline that provides emotional support to youth.
Call: 800-852-8336
Text: 839863

211info helps people identify, navigate and connect with the local resources they need.

Triple Point
360-695-1325

LGBT National Youth Talkline
1-800-246-7743

The Trevor Project
1-866-488-7386

Local community mental health centers

Children’s Center
360-699-2244  

Children’s Home Society
360-695-1325 

Columbia River Mental Health
360-993-3000 

Cowlitz Indian Tribe
360-353-9422

Family Solutions
360-695-1014 

Community Services NW
360-397-8484

Lifeline Connections
360-397-8246

Real Life Counseling
360-619-22226

Sea Mar Community Health Center
360-558-5790

Eating disorders

National Institute of Mental Health: Eating disorders
1-866-615-6464

NEDA
1-800-931-2237

Substance abuse prevention

Alcohol-Drug Teen Help Line
1-877-345-8336

Washington Recovery Help Line
1-866-789-1511

SAMHSA 
1-800-662-4357

Community Services NW
360-397-8488

This information is provided as a courtesy and does not constitute or imply recommendation or endorsement by Vancouver Public Schools. This list complies with HB 1373.

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