The Providence Community Care Center’s Mission is to provide integrated care to vulnerable people through compassionate service in a safe environment. The Center envisions a community able to respond to the needs of marginalized and underserved individuals to ensure those needs are met.
The Center is committed to providing a welcoming, accepting environment streamlining access to social and health services for all. Working with community partners, Providence is focused on leveraging skills and expertise from within our community to carve out paths that ease the way for our most vulnerable.
Together we build and maintain a center where participants can connect to beneficial services, healing relationships and hope.
Our core values shape our operating principles:
A welcoming, accepting environment that provides hospitality and streamlined access to an array of social and health services for all.
An environment where Participants and staff feel comfortable being themselves, everyone feels included, respected and heard. Physical safety of both staff and Participant will be maintained as a priority.
A deep commitment to understanding that everyone is a valued, whole person deserving of having their basic needs met.
To honor each person as an autonomous individual capable of identifying their needs, and choosing their path.
Together we build and maintain a center where Participants can connect to beneficial services, healing relationships and hope.
We strive to see ourselves in others, upholding kindness and caring for all.
Our behavioral health team on site helps patients enroll in substance use disorder (SUD) services they need. We currently have a collaboration with Northwest resources and also refer patients to Providence SUD services.
For information on additional resources and agency partners, review the list below.
- Providence Mental Health Team
- Valley View Primary Care - Tuesdays and Thursdays 1-5 p.m. Please call 360-236-7166 to schedule an appointment.
- The Olympia Free Clinic is open for appointments only. Please call 360-890-4074 x 3 to schedule an appointment or send an email.
- Crisis Response Unit provides free, confidential, voluntary crisis response assistance from 7 a.m. – 9 p.m., 7 days a week. Call 360-704-2740.
- Behavioral Health Resources provides behavioral health services to all ages, under MCO Medicaid. For all questions or to set up services, call 360-704-7170.
Mailbox: If you receive mail here, you can pick it up if someone is on site or call 360-515-5646 to inquire if nobody is here.
A behavioral health emergency, also called a behavioral crisis or psychiatric emergency, constitutes thoughts of or attempts at harming oneself or others (and/or experiencing symptoms so severe that a person is unable to tend to their activities of daily living to a point that it becomes a medical emergency). If you or someone near you is posing a danger to themselves or others, they should be promptly treated to avoid any injuries.
If you are suicidal and need help now, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255.
An individual should use a hospital emergency room for very serious or life-threatening problems. If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, call 911 or get to your nearest hospital emergency room :
- Severe chest pain/heart palpitations
- Difficulty breathing
- Ingestion of objects or poisons
- Major/significant trauma or injury
- Severe burns
- Severe diarrhea
- Uncontrollable bleeding/vomiting blood
- Animal bites