We couldn’t be more excited to continue partnering with great organizations and receiving support to take services to those who are most vulnerable in our community! Take a look at what the Columbian had to say about our recent grants to work with homelessness and addiction here in Clark County. http://www.columbian.com/news/2016/may/05/community-services-northwest-nabs-grants/
Community Services NW was nominated and is being recognized by Clark County for the Public Health Community Award!!! This award recognizes individuals and organizations for their significant contribution to promoting and protecting the health of our community. There were many excellent nominations–however we are one of the few that is being recognized. We’re deeply grateful.
Community Services NW’s Executive Director has some things to say about Clark County early adoption of integrated behavioral health services to the Columbian: “Opening up the lines of communication between providers and the health plans has also been beneficial”, said Bunk Moren, executive director of Community Services Northwest, which provides mental health and substance abuse […]
It’s official: We’ve expanded our footprint. Our new Town Plaza site will be the onestop shopping for Housing, PATH, SOAR, PACT, and CST. Its massive…accommodations allow plenty of room for expansion too. The convenience of parking, as well as central community access make this a great location for many of our out-based teams. In relocating […]
In the middle of last month Bunk cut the ribbon for Genoa Pharmacy and officially launched services at our 4th Plain center. Here’s why this matters: because our clients often DEPEND on greater accessibility. “I wouldn’t imagine going any where else,” says one of the people we serve, “the waits, the long turn around…it just […]
“Lincoln Place’s approach to one of our nation’s largest challenges with an eye toward innovation is so important,” said Senator Patty Murray, D-Wash. “This kind of forward thinking will truly make a difference in the homelessness crisis that we face.” Community Services NW is working together with SHARE, and Vancouver Counsel for the Homeless with […]