Lifeline Connections

2.8 (20 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
1601 East Fourth Plain Blvd. Bldg. 17, Ste. A212
Vancouver, WA 98661
8006040025 Visit Website

Paying for Treatment

  • Insurance is Accepted
  • Financing is Available
  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is Accepted

Treatment Insights

Lifeline Connections brings a multidisciplinary team together using a holistic approach to deliver well-rounded evidenced based care based on the Hazelden curriculum. We are a licensed, CARF certified facility that views addiction as a complex, chronic treatable disease. Our well-rounded program provides balanced nutrition, yoga, pet therapy, and the option to find support through both 12 step and faith-based recovery programs. We pride ourselves in our continuum of care allowing individuals to begin treatment in acute medical detox and move through residential to a vast array of outpatient treatment options where mental health conditions can be treated in our co-occurring program.

Lifeline Connections Reviews and Ratings Details

The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.

Reviews at a Glance

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AS

This is the worst facility I've ever been to. The counselors are not professional, they gave me misinformation, called me a liar, treated me disrespectfully,... horrible. The whole place is highly uno...

Jc

I got my needs met, this time I lifeline

LH

I am not convinced this facility cares about helping anyone struggling with addiction!!! Seems quite the contrary at this point!!! So sad!!!

Sjb

Don’t bother with this place. Most of the time was spent watching movies because the class was overfilled. I overpaid them by several hundred dollars and they have yet to send me a refund. A couple ...

J

When I arrived, there was gross stuff in my room's trash can which. I was told to empty. Violent and agitated patients are admitted late at night. The food is horrible. There is very little counseling...

SH

Counselors need to act like they care about their clients. Maybe actually introcuce themselves to a client on the day or even second day arriving in a very scary and intimidating setting. I was there ...

Steve

I\'ve been to several treatment centers & Lifeline is the best .I\'ve been to by far.I did not like at first but I found they did know what they were doing.

Stubin

Was court ordered to chemical dependency treatment and Lifeline was the only place available in Vancouver. Was assigned to a large power tripping woman who absolutely cannot listen as my counselor (I ...

Michael

9 years clean. Thanks.

YG

The most unorganized... don\'t go there!!!

Lw

i say the treatment is not effective because my husband never even nade 90 days sober.

Yh

Unorganized, lack of staff!! Don\'t lay staff livable wages and over worked!

CS

Lifeline Connections is a horrible facility. Then this horrible staff play God with the addict\'s life. They play favorites. Before you even think of going here, check their rate for kicking people ou...

AT

Lifeline Connections is run by a large group of unknowedgable people with only two yearold degrees. They are dangerous to the mental health of patients.

Anonymous

The closeness provided was great. However, it was very expensive.

Anonymous

The facility was excellent at handling all types of addictions. The facility helped me overcome my addiction.

LD

I was ready when I entered Lifeline Connections. Overall, they exceeded all my expectations and gave me the tools to process.

GR

I think that the treatment facility is a good place to meet others with the same problem and get additional contacts. There are too many people that are there because the law required them to be there...

RT

This facility just wasn't for me, I felt incarcerated and my counselor took no interest in helping me find some sort of balance.

SK

Lifeline was exactly that for me. I didn't have anywhere else to go it was my last chance. I was fresh off a suicide mission and had been through detox countless times. The staff knew me going in and ...


Areas of Focus
Medical Detoxification

Drugs and alcohol have widespread effects throughout your body, including but not limited to the addiction and/or physical/psychological dependence that develops with substance abuse over time. Many organ systems are affected by addiction and will react to withdrawal. The term “medical detoxification” means that there is a trained and licensed medical professional onsite to monitor your vital signs and protect your physical and emotional health as your body goes through withdrawal.

Dual Diagnosis/ Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment

These two terms describe a person who is not only addicted to drugs or alcohol, but also has a mental or emotional illness, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc. Facilities that treat patients with dual-diagnosis or co-occurring disorders provide psychiatric treatment in addition to drug and alcohol rehabilitation services.

Key Staff Members
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    Brandy Branch, LMHC, CDP, CRC - Chief Clinical Officer

    Brandy serves as the Chief Clinical Officer of all Lifeline Connections clinical programs including in-patient residential, intensive outpatient, outpatient, mental health and drug court. Brandy has worked in the substance abuse and mental health field for over 20 years including working with clients experiencing co-occurring disorders through case management, group counseling, and education. She is fluent in American Sign Language and has counseled and assessed deaf and hard of hearing individuals. Brandy earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from the University of Wyoming, Laramie, and Associate of Science, Sign Language Interpretation at Portland Community College. She earned her Master’s of Science degree in Rehabilitation Counseling in Deafness from Western Oregon University. Brandy started with Lifeline Connections in 2001 as a staff member in the Residential Unit. She has had increasing progressive positions leading to her current position as Chief Clinical Officer.

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    Arianna Kee, LMHC, CDP - Mental Health Program Director

    Arianna earned a dual Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Criminal justice from the University of Nevada and her Master’s in Counseling Psychology with a specialization in Addiction Studies from Lewis and Clark College in Portland, OR. Arianna has worked at Lifeline Connections as the Mental Health Programs Director since 2005 and is licensed as a Chemical Dependency Professional and a Mental Health Counselor. She is currently providing an interim director role in Residential treatment.