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Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Vancouver, Washington

You can find help for drug addiction in Clark County. Organizations and rehab facilities in Battle Ground, Ridgefield, Vancouver and neighboring cities can help you begin recovery today.

Rehab Centers, NA & AA Meetings in Vancouver

Several community-based organizations provide drug abuse prevention programs and addiction outreach initiatives in Clark County, Washington. In addition, you can find addiction treatment facilities in Fircrest, Harney Heights, Van Mall and all throughout the city of Vancouver.

There are more than 200 meetings hosted by the Vancouver Intergroup Alcoholics Anonymous chapter and the Southwest Washington Area Narcotic Anonymous chapter in the Vancouver area.

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Hiking Paths

Hiking

You can get a breath of fresh air and experience the benefits of light exercise by going on a hike. Clark County, Washington is home to several hiking trails, including the Bells Mountain Trail, the Burnt Bridge Creek Trail and the Lacamas Heritage Trail. You can also stretch your legs at the Battle Ground Lake State Park or the Beacon Rock State Park.

Historical Sites

Historical Sites

A national park and national historical site, Fort Vancouver sits at the center of downtown Vancouver. You can visit numerous historical sites, check out the surrounding gardens and view the Columbia River from the fort. Other nearby attractions include the Grant House, the Cedar Grist Mill in Woodland and the Pomeroy Living History Farm in Yacolt.

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Recreation

You can take part in numerous recreational activities in Clark County, including kayaking, canoeing or fishing along the Columbia River, Vancouver Lake or Lacamas Lake. You can also practice rock climbing at the indoor Source Climbing Center or play hockey and ice skate at the Mt. View Ice arena in Vancouver, WA.

Government Initiatives

Clark County and city governments provide programs to help individuals suffering from addiction or affected by drug abuse. The governments receive information from the county’s Substance Abuse Advisory Board and work to prevent drug abuse in the Vancouver area.

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Substance Abuse Prevention Services

The Clark County Department of Community Services offers several substance abuse prevention services, including prevention programs, distribution of prevention information and assessments and evaluations of programs in the community. The department collaborates with community groups and other organizations to host drug prevention activities.

STASHA Peer Education Program

STASHA Peer Education Program

The Clark County Strong Teens Against Substance Hazards and Abuse program trains teens ages 12 to 19 years old to help combat addiction in the community. The teens raise awareness through outreach programs, advise community groups and support programs aimed at reducing drug abuse.

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Drug Take-Back Program

Clark County is partnered with several pharmacies to provide a drug take-back program for unwanted or expired medication. Individuals can drop off drugs at a variety of locations throughout the county. However, controlled substances are not accepted, and medication can’t be dropped off in containers that are broken or which contain patient information.

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Alcohol and Drug Treatment Services

The Clark County Alcohol & Drug Program helps high-risk individuals receive treatment for drug addiction. High-risk individuals include pregnant women, intravenous drug users and parents of dependent children. Treatment services include assessments, referrals and outpatient treatment. The program also assists local youth-prevention programs.

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Educational Service District 112 Prevention and Intervention

Educational Service District 112 serves six counties, including Clark County, WA. Prevention and intervention specialists throughout the district strive to reduce drug abuse among students in public schools. They develop student assistance, prevention and intervention programs. Specialists can also refer students to treatment and help with aftercare support.

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Battle Ground Public Schools Drug Prevention Education/Intervention

The Battle Ground Public Schools Drug Prevention Education/Intervention Program provides counseling services for students affected by drug abuse. Two intervention specialists and one prevention-education trainer in the district oversee counseling, student support groups and high school smoking-cessation classes. Drug prevention classes are provided to elementary school students.

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Clark County Anti-Smoking Ordinance

Smoking tobacco is banned in all indoor public places and work places in Clark County. In 2015, Clark County expanded the ordinance to include inhalant delivery systems used to smoke electronic cigarettes. The Clark County Public Health Department posts no smoking and no vaping signs in public places throughout the county.

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Clark County Drug Task Force

The Clark-Vancouver Regional Drug Task Force works with community partners to decrease the number of illicit drugs on the street in Clark County. The task force investigates drug trafficking organizations and drug dealers in the area. It also serves as an educational resource for community organizations.

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College Services

Higher education institutions in Clark County provide a variety of support services for students, faculty and staff affected by alcohol or drug abuse.

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Washington State University Vancouver

Students at Washington State University Vancouver have access to alcohol and drug counseling services, including assessments, individual counseling, support groups and consultations. The university provides online courses and self-assessment tools such as e-CHUG and e-TOKE. Employees at the university can receive mental health treatment through the Employee Assistance Program.

Clark College

Students at Clark College can receive medical and counseling services at the Counseling and Health Center. Short-term counseling for issues involving stress, depression, addiction and a variety of other problems is available to students. Additionally, AA meetings are held on the main campus every Tuesday at noon. The center can refer students to community organizations or rehab facilities for long-term treatment.

Community Organizations

PREVENT!

PREVENT! is a drug abuse prevention coalition that works with other organizations in the community to raise awareness and prevent youth drug abuse in Clark County. The organization hosts prevention events such as Let’s Draw the Line, Teens Care Too and prescription drug tack-back events.

Unite! Washougal Community Coalition

The Unite! Washougal Community Coalition comprises businesses, law enforcement, government agencies and community members in Washougal. The organizations hosts parenting classes, an anti-alcohol abuse campaign, an alcohol education program targeting youth and a medicinal drug lock box campaign.

Franklin Pierce Youth First!

The Franklin Pierce YOUTH FIRST! Coalition strives to promote a safe and drug-free community by providing resources for families and youth. The organization is part of the federally funded Franklin Pierce Prevention Partnership which hosts prevention initiatives, including focus groups, trainings and workshops.

La Center United

La Center United is a community-based organization in La Center that endeavors to educate the community about mental health issues and to support a drug-free environment. The organization has hosted campaigns aimed at reducing tobacco and marijuana use and increasing the safe disposal of medications.

Volunteer Opportunities

You can help reduce drug abuse and underage alcohol or marijuana consumption in Clark County by volunteering your time to community-based prevention organizations.

West Van for Youth

West Van for Youth

West Van for Youth is a community coalition with a mission of decreasing underage drinking, underage marijuana use and drug abuse among minors in western Vancouver. The organization needs volunteers to help with community outreach, event planning and other prevention activities.

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Prevent Together — Battle Ground Prevention Alliance

Formed out of a partnership between Prevent! of Clark County and the Battle Ground Prevention Alliance, Prevent Together works to reduce drug abuse among youth in Battle Ground. The organization needs volunteers to help with prevention activities, community education campaigns, social media and other efforts.

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