North Pacific County Residents Have Additional Resources for Behavioral Health Services Provided by Lifeline Connections
(Vancouver, WA) – Adults living and working in North Pacific County now have another option to access treatment for mental health and substance use disorders. Lifeline Connections has opened an office in South Bend treating a full range of mental health and substance use conditions. The South Bend office is located at 1006 West Robert Bush Drive.
Office hours are 8:00am-5:00pm, by appointment, with some evening appointments available and possible expansion into weekend hours in the future. Services include initial mental health and substance use assessments to determine the best treatment option, intensive outpatient and regular outpatient treatment. Services include individual counseling sessions, family therapy, group therapy and referral to other community organizations for additional support. All services are provided by a licensed clinical team that includes mental health and substance use professionals.
Individuals interested in learning more should call 360.787.9319 or visit www.lifelineconnections.org. Lifeline Connections accepts all major insurance as well as Washington Apple Health.
Lifeline Connections, a behavioral health organization based in Vancouver, WA has served the Pacific Northwest since 1962. Funding for the expansion is provided by Great Rivers Behavioral Health.