Adult Services


Adult Outpatient Services

Our outpatient treatment program consists of over 15 therapists as well as nurses, and three psychiatric medication prescribers. If you would like to be seen for an intake appointment to receive services here, please visit our Contact Us page for more information or simply call our offices at 360-423-0203

Residential Services

We currently provide residential supportive services for the Chinook and Columbia apartments in Kelso for the Kelso Housing Authority. These apartments require you to have a current mental health diagnoses, receive some form of mental health service, and meet background requirements. If you are interested in applying for these apartments contact your therapist or the residential office for application.

We also have our own housing that we provide minimal staffing for. These houses also require a current mental health diagnoses to reside there, be enrolled at Columbia Wellness, and have Social Security Income. We also typically prefer you are on our money management program. If you want more information about our housing please contact us.

We also assist with community housing based on need, income, and other issues. Please contact the residential office for more information.


Chemical Dependency/Problem Gambling

We are newly providing outpatient chemical dependency and problem gambling treatment services! We seek to help through individual and group services that will help clients develop the skills necessary to maintain a drug-free life. We want to provide each individual with proper education and counseling to help them overcome addiction. We ensure that all services will remain discrete from our other outpatient services.

We believe the pain you feel today is the strength you feel tomorrow. Every day is a new beginning, and we are here to help you make the best of it.


Crisis Response Services​

Crisis Response Services provides a cohesive response system 24 hours-a-day, 7 days-a-week, serving people of all ages and cultures who are experiencing a crisis. When direct intervention is necessary, our trained crisis staff responds to the site of the crisis, stabilizing and supporting the person until the crisis is resolved or an appropriate referral is made. We are uniquely qualified to divert the need for hospitalization with our short-stay residential program, the Crisis Support Unit. No matter what time of day or night you call, you will have access to a master’s level mental health professional equipped to help you through your difficulties.