Mental Health Services

Mental health conditions, such as depression or anxiety are real, common, and treatable.  Recovery is possible with help from our qualified providers and practitioners. Treatment starts with an intake evaluation completed by a Mental Health Professional who will help you identify your treatment needs and explore available options.

 

Catholic Family and Child Service 

 

“Motivated by Christ’s love, we bring hope to life, especially for those most in need.”
http://www.hopetolife.org

145 S. Worthen St.
Wenatchee, WA 98801
509-662-6761

For almost 60 years Catholic Family & Child Service (CFCS) has provided a vast array of social services in Chelan and Douglas counties. Recently, CFCS also expanded its community mental health services, offering counseling and crisis intervention to individuals of all ages and cultures suffering from mental illness. We not only offer services to those suffering from depression, anxiety, and various mental health disorders, but our English- and Spanish-speaking staff also offer case management and peer counseling to individuals challenged every day to live independently with their disorder.

  • Outpatient Mental Health Services
    • Counseling, Therapy, and Case Management for children, adolescents, and adults in individual, family, and group formats
    • High intensity case management for adults (Intensive Treatment Services), including Monitoring of court-ordered mental health treatment for Least Restrictive Alternative (LRA Monitoring)
    • Co-Occurring counseling and educational groups for individuals with mental health and substance abuse concerns
    • Certified Peer Counselors assist individuals in navigating the treatment system by sharing personal stories of recovery and developing Wellness Recovery Action Plans (WRAP)
    • Psychiatric Medication Management, including prescribing
    • Day Support for adults: 5 hours per day of life-skills and independent living groups, including development of coping and social skills
  • PACT – Program of Assertive Community Treatment for adults with diagnoses of Schizophrenia or Bipolar Disorder I. Wraparound services including Therapy, Case Management, Peer Services, Vocational Rehabilitation, Chemical Dependency, and Psychiatric Medication Management. Enrollment includes access to PACT Crisis Line with supportive services offered 24hrs/day, 7 days/wk.
  • Crisis Services
    • Crisis Interventions and Involuntary Treatment Investigations
    • Mobile Outreach for continuing support and resource assistance
    • Residential Crisis Stabilization: 24 hour stabilization support to assist clients in resolving a crisis situation and learning skills to prevent continued crises
    • 24/7 Crisis Line
  • PORCH and Supportive Housing – Connections to local homelessness and/or housing resources, including assistance in securing or maintaining stable housing

Services offered in English and Spanish with free interpreter services available for other non-English languages

Release of Information documents:
CFCS Release of Information – English
CFCS Release of Information-Spanish

Columbia Valley Community Health

 CVCH

“Complete, comprehensive healthcare includes care for the body and the mind.”
https://www.cvch.org/for-patients/services/behavorial-health-services

600 Orondo Ave
Wenatchee, WA 98801
509-662-6000 ext.1073

CVCH provides outpatient mental health services for adults, children/adolescents, and families to develop problem solving skills, manage anger and stress, increase communication skills, and improve parenting skills. Services include:

  • Evaluations
  • Individual and Group Counseling
  • Family Counseling
  • Trauma-Informed care (Lifespan Integration, EMDR, TFCBT)
  • School-based Services
  • Brief interventions
  • Medication Evaluation and Management

Services offered in English and Spanish with free interpreter services available for other non-English languages

Release of Information documents:
CVCH Authorization to Release-English
CVCH Authorization to Release-Spanish

 

Children’s Home Society

CHS

“To develop healthy children, create strong families, build engaged communities, and speak and advocate for children.”
http://www.chs-wa.org/Our_Locations/Wenatchee/Wenatchee_Family_Resource_Center.html

1014 Walla Walla Ave.
Wenatchee, WA 98801
509-663-0034

Children’s Home Society We offer counseling services to children and families who face problems that may affect a child’s success in school, or the parents’ capacity to manage the household and provide guidance for their children. Counseling can help families build on their strengths, solve problems, and create a safe, nurturing home for children. Services include:

  • Individual and Family counseling for children, adolescents, and families
  • Telemedicine for medication management, evaluation, and consultation
  • WISe: Wraparound with Intensive Services; designed to provide comprehensive services and supports in home and community settings to Medicaid eligible children and youth with complex behavioral needs, including 24hr Crisis Services for WISe enrolled youth and family

Services offered in English and Spanish with free interpreter services available for other non-English languages

Release of Information documents:
CHS Release of Information-English
CHS Release of Information-Spanish

 

Grant Mental Healthcare

GIS

http://www.grantcountywa.gov/GrIS/Mental-Healthcare/

840 E. Plum
Moses Lake, WA 98837
509-765-9239

Grant Integrated Services joined NCWBH in April, 2016. They are a dual-licensed agency providing both mental health (Grant Mental Healthcare) and substance use disorder (Prevention and Recovery Center) services. Additional information on PARC services can be found on the Substance Use Disorder Services page. GIS has been promoting healthy communities through the provision of quality mental healthcare for over 50 years. Services include:

  • Outpatient Mental Health Services
    • Counseling, Therapy, and Case Management for children, adolescents, and adults in individual, family, and group formats
    • Peer Services: Certified Peer Counselors assist individuals in navigating the treatment system by sharing personal stories of recovery and developing Wellness Recovery Action Plans (WRAP)
    • Monitoring of court-ordered mental health treatment for Least Restrictive Alternative (LRA Monitoring)
    • Psychiatric Medication Management
  • Supported Employment Services to provide assistance and skill-building in volunteer or vocational readiness
  • Crisis Services
    • Crisis Interventions and Involuntary Treatment Investigations
    • 24/7 Crisis Line

Services offered in English, Spanish, Russian, and Ukrainian with free interpreter services available for other non-English languages

Release of Information documents:
GIS Release of Information – English
GIS Release of Information – Spanish