As of February 1, 2022, the new behavioral health crisis line for Columbia County is (509) 876-0626, as Comprehensive Healthcare begins providing behavioral health crisis services to Columbia County.
“Comprehensive Healthcare has been delivering services for 50 years, and in that time, we have been able to build a strong network of providers and community partnerships,” said Jodi Daly, Ph.D., President and CEO. “By expanding that dynamic, high-quality care to Columbia County, we are able to support individuals experiencing a behavioral health crisis and connect them with vital resources to provide ongoing support.”
Blue Mountain Counseling has been providing crisis services to Columbia County for many years and has been working closely with Comprehensive Healthcare to make the transition to new crisis line services a smooth process.
“We are very grateful for the assistance and value Blue Mountain Counseling’s community partnership. We look forward to their ongoing support and expertise provided to Columbia County residents as we will be connecting individuals to their outpatient behavioral health services,” said Daly.
According to their organizational values, Comprehensive Healthcare is committed to increasing access to care in all parts of the region, regardless of the size of community. Noting the significant Veteran populations throughout Eastern Washington, as well as families and school-aged children, Comprehensive Healthcare representatives say no individual should be overlooked, and everyone deserves access to a high level of behavioral health care.
Since 1972, Comprehensive Healthcare has been providing behavioral health services to the South-Central region of Washington state, including Walla Walla County since 2014. Offering a broad range of support and care options for mental health and substance use disorder, their services range from secure inpatient and stabilization facilities to family and youth programs, therapies for opioid use disorder, and more.
To access crisis services in Columbia County, call the crisis line at (509) 876-0626. If you are interested in learning more about Comprehensive Healthcare and the services they provide, visit comphc.org, or call their main number at (509) 575-4084.