Serving Cowlitz, Grays Harbor, Pacific, Lewis and Wahkiakum Counties


Flexible Assertive Community Treatment (FACT)

Services adults between 18 - 65 with significant mental health issues.

Trueblood Jail Diversion

A regional mental health diversion program

Wraparound with Intensive Services (WISe)

A voluntary service that takes a team approach to meeting your child's needs.

Threat Assessment Care Coordinator (S-TACC)

This a grant in memory of Patrick L. Kubin that is available to the Cowlitz County school district. This program is funded by Children's Community Resources in Longview, WA.

The purpose of this program is to augment the school district's threat assessment program and enhance care coordination.

Contact information

By Mail:
P.O. Box 1447
Chehalis, WA 98532

By Phone:
(360) 261-6930 / (855) 303-4834

Fax Numbers:
FACT Team: 
   (360) 748-4480 / (844) 554-3370

   (360) 356-1832 / (844) 810-6422

Peer Bridgers:
   (360) 719-1208 / (844) 810-6423

(360) 558-7189 / (844) 497-2430

Peer Bridgers

Peer bridgers use their lived experience to provide support, guidance and hope to those that are discharging from the State hospital.

School Based Program

Child and Adolescent Clinic (CAC)

Education and Training

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Helping employees to lead more productive lives at home and at the workplace.

Critical Incident Stress Debriefing

Functional Family Therapy

Functional Family Therapy is a short-term, high quality, Evidence-Based intervention program with an average of 12 to 14 sessions over three to five months. FFT works primarily with families that have 11-18 year old youth. Services are conducted in both clinic and home settings, and can also be provided in schools, child welfare facilities, probation and parole offices/aftercare systems and mental health facilities. 

FFT is a strength-based model built on a foundation of acceptance and respect. At its core is a focus on assessment and intervention to address risk and protective factors within and outside of the family that impact the adolescent and his or her adaptive development. You can find out more at

FFT Referral Form