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Our Unique and Compassionate Community 03/13/12
Whatcom Counseling & Psychiatric Clinic is dedicated to ensuring that all citizens of Whatcom County receive the mental health services that they need. That mission was the focus of a recent presentation to the Bellingham City Club by Dennis Dashiell, a licensed mental health counselor and member of the WCPC Board of Directors.
Dashiell told the gathering that Whatcom County’s longstanding commitment to provide help to our most vulnerable citizens is both a wise expenditure of public funds and a hallmark of our unique and compassionate community.
Find out more in his essay, published on the Opinions page of the Bellingham Herald: Treating Mental Illness: Social Duty, Good Business.
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For mental health counseling, call Whatcom Counseling & Psychiatric Clinic at (360) 676-2220 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or simply go the main clinic at 3645 E. McLeod. Whatcom Counseling offers limited walk-in mental health evaluations, call ahead for times and days.
Whatcom Counseling also offers drug, alcohol, chemical or substance abuse services, call for an appointment.
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If you fear for your safety or the safety of others, call 911.
If you are in crisis and need to talk to someone right away, call the Crisis Line:
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