Mission: Blue mountain counseling of columbia county's mission is to provide high quality prevention, treatment, and recovery services for individuals who are mentally ill, developmentally disabled, or chemically dependent.
Programs: Blue mountain counseling of columbia county provided mental health outpatient services and medication management to youths, adults, elderly individuals, families, and groups.
blue mountain counseling of columbia county's chemical dependency program provided outpatient services and intensive outpatient services to individuals, families, or groups and offers alcohol and drug information school to youths, adults, and the elderly to decrease alcohol and drug abuse or dependency.
partnership for success: promoted awareness of alcohol and drug abuse among youths. Set up drop boxes for individuals to safely dispose of medications and other drugs. Collaborated with a coalition of community members to provide media, speakers, and other presentation formats to get information out to the community.
prevention: promoted community awareness of the cause and effect of alcohol and drug abuse among youths and worked to decrease the number of youths that start or continue to use alcohol and drugs, as well as educating adults on the effects of providing alcohol and drugs to youths. Provided prevention programs to communities in prescott, waitsburg, and dayton. Summer youth program and teen scene program: the summer youth program provided a six-week summer program for youths, ages 5-12, that provided a structured program monday through friday, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm aimed to promote bonding with other youths and to find other activities that do not include alcohol and drugs. The summer youth program helped the local school district with the free lunch program. Without the summer youth program, the free lunch program would not be available. The teen scene program is offered for youths, ages 13-18 (high school), to provide activities in an effort to prevent involvement in illegal activities that could result in entering the juvenile system.