Centralia Residents Have Additional Behavioral Health Resources
(Vancouver, WA) – Adults living and working in Lewis County now have another option to access treatment for mental health and substance use disorders, including medication assisted treatment. Lifeline Connections has opened an office in Centralia, 1611 Kresky Ave, Suite #114, Centralia, WA 98531 treating a full array of behavior health conditions.
Office hours at the Centralia location are 8:30am-5:00pm with evening appointments available and possible expansion into weekend hours in the future. Treatment options include mental health and substance use treatment services, which are targeted to adults and include: assessments (including DUI assessments), to determine the best treatment option, intensive outpatient and regular outpatient treatment.
Lifeline Connections focuses on reducing barriers to treatment offering treatment on demand for for Mental Health assessments and Medication assisted treatment (MAT). MAT is available for individuals seeking support for an opioid use disorder or an alcohol use disorder; MAT services are available on a walk-in basis Wednesday’s 8:00-10:00am. Walk-in mental health assessments are offered Wednesday during regular business hours.
Services include individual counseling sessions, group therapy and referral to other community organizations for additional support. All services are provided are provided by a fully licensed clinical team.
Individuals interested in learning more should call 360.388.4048 or visit www.lifelineconnections.org. Lifeline Connections accepts all major insurance as well as Washington Apple Health.
Lifeline Connections, a community behavioral health organization based in Vancouver, WA has served the Pacific Northwest since 1962. Special thanks to the Great Rivers Behavioral Health Organization (GRBHO) for recognizing the need for substance use disorder services in the great rivers region.