¡Tu voz importa! Encuesta de necesidades de vivienda de salud conductual ENCONTRAR VIVIENDA ES DIFÍCIL PARA TODOS Y las personas que tienen una condición de salud conductual (salud mental o trastorno por uso de sustancias), una vivienda adecuada y segura puede ser aún más difícil de encontrar, asegurar y mantener. Si tiene una condición de…Read More
Your Voice Matters! FINDING HOUSING IS HARD FOR EVERYONE And for people who have a behavioral health condition (mental health or substance use disorder), adequate and safe housing can be even harder to find, secure and keep. If you have a behavioral health condition, please take our housing survey to help set future housing priorities…Read More
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Recovery Village Center – Medical Detox is a 10 bed program that serves adults who need assistance with detoxification from one or more substances prior to entering a Residential program. This is a voluntary program and the focus is management of symptoms during detoxification. The program has licensed medical professional (LMP) oversight and the individual meets…Read More
New Hours Starting September 8th – New Directions Northwest Clients who would like to continue accessing their services from the safety and comfort of their homes will now be able to connect with their clinician through the online meeting system “Zoom.” The Zoom online meeting system…Read More
Recovery Village Center – Crisis Respite is a 5-bed program that serves adults with a mental health diagnosis, who are having thoughts of harming themselves, harming others or the inability to provide for their basic needs due to their mental health diagnosis. This program is a voluntary, short term stabilization center that can assist individuals…Read More
Mental and emotional resources for difficult times:
Mental and emotional health resources are available on OHA’s Safe + Strong website.
Or call the Safe + Strong Helpline at 800-923-4357 (800-923-HELP). The line offers free, 24-7 emotional support and resource referral to anyone who needs it — not only those experiencing a mental health crisis.