The Columbia Help Center is a Peer-run group representing adults currently or previously receiving mental health services in Columbia County. We aim to support our peers and reduce the stigma attached to a mental health diagnosis by advocating for our peers, educating people in the community and offering peer-run services. Many of us are trained peer specialists and actively participate in Peer to Peer training initiatives.

The Jordan Center

  • Mental Health Recovery
  • WRAP plan (recovery group)
  • Opportunities for socialization such as, Craft Bee as well as the
  • Restaurant group and excursions
  • Fund Raising
  • Vocational Opportunities
  • Our Future

The Jordan Center is a drop-in center where people can ‘hang out’, do laundry, watch movies, meet with a peer counselor, have a low-cost meal. We also look forward to increasing our presence in care provision including respite services and peer counseling along side CCMH We are also obtaining our Non-Profit standing so we can raise the funds necessary to accomplish these and other goals.

David Romprey Oregon Warmline

The Warmline is a place where people can call to have a peer listen non judgmentally to whatever they have to say. They can call to have a conversation and learn and grow together with the operator. The purpose is for each person to learn from the other and to discover together a new way of being. We take all calls – from those who just need to talk to those who have overwhelming feelings.

Jordan Center Hours

Tuesday: 10 AM to 12 Noon

Comunity Center

Wensday: 1 PM to 3 PM

Peer Support

Thursday: 10 AM – 1 PM

Community Center

Friday: 10 AM - 12 Noon

Community Center