Youth and Family Services
The Regional Crisis Residential Center provides temporary shelter and crisis counseling for youth ages 13 through 17 who are in conflict with their family, have run away from home, are at risk of running away, or are homeless.
While family reunification is the ultimate goal, the need to alternate resources may be recommended. Our services address strengthening family relationships, providing linkages to appropriate community services, encouraging stable living conditions and assisting youth in planning a healthy future course of action.
Youth who stay at the Crisis Residential Center receive individual, group and family counseling tailored to their personal needs with the goal of addressing the issues related to running away and/or homelessness.
The Regional Crisis Residential Center
Open: Every day including holidays
Hours: 24 hours
24 hour Crisis Hotline: (509) 624-2868
All services are free of charge
Solutions is a school based mental health program for children and youth attending Arlington, Whitman,
Longfellow Elementary schools as well as Garry Middle School. This program is funded by United Way of
Spokane County. Services are flexible in order to best meet the needs of the family seeking services.
Directions is a school based mental health program for Medicaid eligible children and youth in the
Nine Mile Falls, Deer Park and Riverside school districts. Services are flexible in order to best meet the
needs of the family seeking services.
STEPPS and ASPIRE
Substance Abuse Treatment (STEPPS)
Chemical dependency doesn't happen overnight and many people don't realize or want to admit that they have a problem until it becomes a crisis in their life.
Each client participants in individualized treatment planning which addresses issues such as abstinence from alcohol and other drugs, resolution of legal issues, improvement in life skills, development of healthy support systems and relapse prevention.
Hours of operation are : Mon/Wed/Thurs/Fri 8am - 8pm and Tuesday 8am-5pm
It is common for individual's to be struggling with both a mental illness and an addiction at the same time. For these individuals we offer a Dual Diagnosis Enhanced treatment program that effectively addresses both diagnoses concurrently.
Treatment services are funded in part by Spokane County Community Services
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