We are committed to providing high-quality behavioral health services and will:

  • Serve all persons regardless of ability to pay

  • Offer discounted fees for persons who qualify

  • Not deny services based on a person's race, color, sex, age, national origin, disability, religion, veteran status, gender identity or sexual orientation

*Now accepting First Choice Insurance, 

Aetna and Premera

Community

Behavioral Health

Services

MAKING AN IMPACT

1,344

calls for help

were answered

in 2019

*Catholic Charities counseling services are open during COVID-19. Please call (509) 242-2308 for more information.

OUR SERVICES
Individual Therapy
Our fully-licensed mental health therapists serve adults and teens with evidence-based practices. Each therapist works from a variety of treatment modalities including cognitive behavioral therapy, and interpersonal therapy, and we specialize in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR).
Group Therapy
For clients enrolled in individual therapy, we offer several group therapy opportunities including Mindfulness and Dialectal Behavioral Therapy skills.

The Mindfulness group is a safe space to get support as you make positive life changes in your life, moving toward peace and gratitude.

The Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) group teaches skills to improve one’s ability to cope with difficult emotions, have better relationships, and manage stress.
Peer Support
Support is provided by peer counselors who have demonstrated their own mental health recovery and are committed to passing on what they have learned to others. Peer counselors provide hope that recovery is possible. This is done through activities directed by the client that affirm one’s strengths and self-worth. These activities might include learning new life skills, learning how to navigate mental health services, and learning how to advocate for oneself.
Case Management
Whether you are in need of housing assistance, supported employment, referrals to community resources, access to legal help, or information on applying for supplemental income, case management services are available to ensure your basic needs are met and to help you reach your goals.
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Family Therapy
Using evidence-based methods, family therapy can provide skills, knowledge, and the space to deal with hard things.

We serve families of all sorts and sizes- helping you implement skills which will enhance relationship, manage behavior, build trust, process, understand, and take preventive measures.
Community Support
We maximize the benefits of counseling by providing clients with additional support to apply their new skills in daily life and to participate in their communities.
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OUR STAFF

Community Behavioral Health Serivces

1960 N Holy Names Court

Spokane, WA

Office: (509) 242-2308

 

Confidential fax number: (509) 455-4988

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ABOUT US

12 E 5th Ave, Spokane, WA 99202

PO Box 2253, Spokane, WA 99210

(509) 358-4250 | (800) 831-1209

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Catholic Charities Eastern Washington EIN 91-0569880

CCEW Foundation is 501(c)(3) non-profit EIN 20-2823241

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Catholic Charities  Eastern Washington is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization;

Donations to Catholic Charities Eastern Washington are tax-deductible to the full extent allowable under the law.  

Peer Support

Support is provided by peer counselors who have demonstrated their own mental health recovery and are committed to passing on what they have learned to others. Peer counselors provide hope that recovery is possible. This is done through activities directed by the client that affirm one’s strengths and self-worth. These activities might include learning new life skills, learning how to navigate mental health services, and learning how to advocate for oneself.