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Community Voices Are Born (CVAB) encourages self-determination and self-sufficiency for people in mental health and addictions recovery.

The heart of our agency is peer-to-peer support, people with lived experience and in recovery.  CVAB supports people who are vulnerable or in crisis, or wanting to experience healing, recovery and wellness.

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Centers and Services

The REACH Center:Vancouver

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360.397.8050

The REACH Center is a safe and sober environment open to anyone wanting to participate in a recovery-based supportive community. REACH is a reminder of our Recovery, Empowerment, Advocacy, Community and Hope.

There is a diversity of people and activities each time you come back so it doesn’t get old. Each day offers a new day to explore your life and continue your journey towards being the person you want to be.

Val Ogden Center:Vancouver

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360.253.4036

CVAB operates a second center in Vancouver.  The Val Ogden Center focus is Education and Employment.

The VOC is a community of peers working together to achieve recovery goals. Through participation at the VOC, you will be able to develop positive work habits, adjust to a regular work schedule, build interpersonal skills, and gain the flexibility needed to adapt to changing situations. The VOC is here to see that you can put personal strengths and abilities into action with the ongoing support as you reach your vocational goals.

Skagit Valley REACH Center: Mount Vernon

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360.873.8635

The Skagit Valley REACH Center is a safe and sober environment open to anyone wanting to participate in a recovery-based supportive community. The SVRC staff will encourage each participant to develop an individual wellness and recovery plan that includes goals for the year and how to use the SVRC to accomplish those goals. No matter what the level of participation, wellness and recovery activities are encouraged as a means of getting the most out of the center and in life.

The WarmLine

Everyday: 5-10PM

360.903.2853

The WarmLine is based in Vancouver and operates every evening.  There are times when you just need to talk to someone, to let off some steam, or sort through your day.  We listen and offer reassurance that you have been heard and things can be better.

When you call us you are talking to a peer.  We have some understanding of what you are feeling and take the time to listen to what you have to say.  We are not a Crisis Line, we are the call you make when you feel you need to talk to someone to get through the rough point in your day, week or month.  You are our top priority and our goal is to help you navigate safely through your day.

REACH Too

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360.773.8054

REACH Too will provides peer support services to people seeking recovery from addiction. The SAMHSA grant expands CVAB’s reach to referred participants in Drug Court, Family Treatment Court and Veterans Court that are seeking recovery through positive social activities.

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360.397.8050

Peer Run Organizations Alliance Project is a SAMHSA funded project that facilitates the development of a sustainable peer-run organization infrastructure that positively impacts recovery-based services throughout Washington through building a strong peer collaborative, initiating effective recovery-based policy changes, and strengthening the peer workforce. 

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