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Lifeline Connections opens third office

The Columbian

Adults in east Clark County now have the option to receive mental health services in Camas.

Lifeline Connections on Monday opened its third office to treat a range of mental health services.

Office hours at the new location, 329 Lechner St., are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Services include psychiatric medication management, individual counseling and group therapy. The office is staffed by certified mental health professionals. While licensed to treat all mental health conditions, the team at the Camas location has expertise in treating trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder and working with veterans.

People who are interested in accessing services should call the main Lifeline number, 360-397-8246, and press 3 for the admissions department. Lifeline accepts all major insurance, as well as Washington Apple Health (Medicaid).

Lifeline’s main office is in Vancouver at the Clark County Center for Community Health. In July, Lifeline opened a second location in Orchards. Funding for the expansions was provided by Southwest Washington Behavioral Health, which administers and coordinates public mental health services in the county.

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