Counseling Support 
Community Resources


Wenatchee High School is committed to serving our students beyond academics by providing social and emotional supports through strong partnerships with community agencies to continue working towards our goal of empowering students to be responsible lifelong learners.     

This page provides links to community agencies who can assist with food, shelter, counseling, crisis and/or suicide.


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Stephanie Stuber                              Robert Sanford                                    Amy McCubbin
Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Specialist         Social Services Specialist             Drug/Alcohol Intervention Specialist

For immediate safetly concerns/Emergencies
Call 911

Crisis Hotlines 

Community Resources 

  • The Greater Wenatchee Valley Community Resource Directory [Last Updated: April, 2018]
  • SAGE (Safety Advocacy Growth Empowerment): support for Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, & more.
    24/7 Crisis Line: (509)663-7446
  • Catholic Charities: (509)662-6761 Counseling and Behavioral Health Services, Family Programs, Parenting Support, & more.
  • Columbia Valley Community Health: (509)662-6000  Adult & Children's Behavioral Health Services
  • Children's Home Society: (509)663-0034 . Counseling, Case Management, Group Therapy, & Parenting Classes
  • Confluence Health: (509)663-8711 Provide comprehensive behavioral health services to children, adolescents, and families. Services include individual, group, and family counseling, as well as evaluations for medication and medication stabilization services.
  • Mental Health Warm Line (hosted by NAMI Greater Seattle): (800)782-9264
    If you’re feeling alone, confused and just need to talk to someone who understands but are not in a crisis, call and
    trained volunteers will listen. Mon, Tue, Thur 9am-5pm; Wed 9am-7pm
  • Substance Abuse Family and Friend Support Group (The Center for Alcohol and Drug Treatment): every Thursday, 5:30pm at 411 Okanogan Ave., Wenatchee (blue house). If you have concerns about possible substance abuse in a close friend or family member, this meeting will help you understand how you can help. Questions? Call (509)662-9673
  • Survivors of Suicide Loss Support Group: 2nd Tuesday of every month, 7pm at Grace Lutheran Church (1408 Washington St., Wenatchee) hosted by The Compassionate Friends Wenatchee Valley Chapter. Questions? Call (509)860-3620
  • Community Housing Network: providing coordinated access to housing and shelter for residents of Chelan and Douglas counties.
    Call (509)888-9035 (Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm)
  • Northwest Justice Project provides critical civil legal assistance and representation to thousands of low-income people in cases affecting basic human needs such as family safety and security, housing preservation, protection of income, access to health care, education and other basic needs.
    Services: / Information & Resources: / CLEAR Client Intake Line: (888)201-1014