At LifeWorks NW We Stand Up Against Hate
At LifeWorks NW, we condemn hate and stand in solidarity with the transgender community.
Winter Weather Openings and Closures
As snow continues to hit the Portland area, LifeWorks NW is working to keep our staff and clients safe.
LifeWorks NW Holiday Closures and Crisis Numbers
Learn more about our holiday hours and where you can call for support on the days our offices are closed.
Success Story: Supported Employment Services
Supported Employment Specialist Heidy worked with a client we’ll call Jamie and shared her outstanding success. A health care clinician referred Jamie [not real name] to LifeWorks NW’s Adult Rehabilitation …
Supported Education Combines with Clinical Programs for Success
LifeWorks NW provides a vital support system to clients addressing mental health difficulties. In addition to clinical services (therapy, skills training, CD Treatment, Etc.), consumers may choose to participate in …
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Launching Bridge Clinic
“The need for psychiatric services for youth often exceeds the available capacity, which can make it difficult for families to be connected quickly to psychiatric care,” says Dr. Karen Bos, …
REAL in Washington Co.
LifeWorks NW Recovery Empowerment Achievement in Life (REAL) program, formerly providing youth SUD and dual diagnosis services only in Multnomah County, is expanding to Washington County, as well. This opportunity …
LifeWorks NW is Seeking BIPOC Recovery Mentors – Training Provided!
We’re offering job interviews to BIPOC community members in substance use recovery and providing the training needed to become a Certified Recovery Mentor.
Seeking Volunteers for Children’s Relief Nursery
LifeWorks NW is currently looking for caring, compassionate individuals to volunteer in our therapeutic classrooms working with children under 5 years old.
Supported Education Success Story
Caylee used to struggle to manage the basics of her life, but now she’s able to successfully hold down a job while also excelling in school.