School counselors improve student success
Counselors are vital members of the education team. They help students thrive in school and work toward their school and life goals.
To see a counselor, contact him or her or fill out an appointment-request form available outside the counselors’ office.
Where we grow
The YWCA will be offering the Where We Grow program, a free ten session workshop regarding healthy relationships for students ages 11-14 beginning on January 9, 2018. This group is designed for those youth who have been impacted by domestic violence or dating violence. Space is limited. For more information about the program and how to register, please see the Where We Grow flyer.
This event/activity is not sponsored or endorsed by Vancouver Public Schools
The College Bound Scholarship helps make college possible for students whose families can't pay some or all of the costs of a higher education. The scholarship pays for tuition at certain Washington colleges and universities. It also will cover some fees and provide a small allowance for books. Current seventh- and eighth-grade students whose families meet income guidelines or who are in foster care can apply online. The deadline to sign up is June 30 of a student's eighth-grade year. If you have questions or need help signing up, please contact Lisa Madar for assistance at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling her [...]
Clark County Crisis Line
Behavioral health crisis services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
360-696-9560 or 800-626-8137
Teen Talk offers non-judgmental peer-t0-peer support for a variety of topics.
email: CCTeenTalk1@hotmail.com or 360-397-2428
Find detailed professional listings for a therapist.
Children’s Home Society
Mental Health NW
Information and referral services regarding housing, medical, legal, transportation, community groups and support groups can be accessed in Clark County by calling 211 or (360) 694-8899.