Helping Youth Thrive and Succeed

kids hugging each other

We care deeply about the next generation and want them to have the tools and resources to live full and productive lives. Many young people need help and guidance along the way. Many times parents and guardians need help on how to best support the young people in their lives. It is not easy raising kids and it is not easy being a kid some times. We are here to help.

We can help parents and kids navigate life. Our mental health professionals can provide you with tools and resources so you can heal and grow and maintain a strong body and mind. Our developmental disabilities program can help families with children of intellectual and developmental disabilities lead fulfilling lives. You do not have to go it alone.

Much of our staff is trained specifically to work with youth and families and have varied backgrounds in working with youth (in schools, camps, wilderness therapy, art therapy, etc.). They bring a depth of knowledge and understanding that helps kids feel heard, appreciated, loved, and empowered to change, grow and suceed. We believe each kid should have the opportunity to live full lives with a strong body and mind.

Call us at (541) 426-4524 to get started

What We Offer?

We provide a range of services and programs specific to youth and families.

Counseling – opportunity for kids and teens to talk with a mental health professional where kids and teens learn tools to maintain a strong body and mind.

Developmental Disabilities – helping individuals of all ages of intellectual and developmental disabilities lead full lives and navigate the services and resources available

Early Bird – for children birth to age 6 and their families to recover and heal from stressful and traumatic events.

Early Assessment and Support Alliance (EASA) – provides information and support for young adults ages 12-25 experiencing symptoms of psychosis for the first time.

School Counseling – providing support to schools and students during the school year.

Substance Use – confidential, individualized services to help individuals and families overcome drug and alcohol abuse.

Problem Gambling – FREE confidential counseling services to help individuals and families to overcome gambling addiction.

Supported Employment – anyone receiving services at Wallowa Valley Center for Wellness is eligible to receive support on career planning, development, and placement (even working age youth).

WRAP – is a planning process to help children and families and to make sure children grow up in their home communities.