Lourdes Counseling Center will expand its services to people in crisis in Benton and Franklin counties when it begins responding to mental health emergencies for Greater Columbia Behavioral Health in October. The Benton-Franklin Health District currently responds to emergencies but will stop at the end of September. Above, a Lourdes outreach worker brings help to homeless people around the Mid-Columbia, providing supplies and linking them with services.
Lourdes Counseling Center will expand its services to people in crisis in Benton and Franklin counties when it begins responding to mental health emergencies for Greater Columbia Behavioral Health in October. The Benton-Franklin Health District currently responds to emergencies but will stop at the end of September. Above, a Lourdes outreach worker brings help to homeless people around the Mid-Columbia, providing supplies and linking them with services. Molly Van Wagner Tri-City Herald file
Lourdes Counseling Center will expand its services to people in crisis in Benton and Franklin counties when it begins responding to mental health emergencies for Greater Columbia Behavioral Health in October. The Benton-Franklin Health District currently responds to emergencies but will stop at the end of September. Above, a Lourdes outreach worker brings help to homeless people around the Mid-Columbia, providing supplies and linking them with services. Molly Van Wagner Tri-City Herald file

Lourdes Counseling to respond to mental health emergencies

August 23, 2016 6:20 PM