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New community court in Vancouver focuses on low-level offenses

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A new community court in Vancouver is focused on helping people who have been arrested for low-level offenses. The court, which is called the Vancouver Community Justice Court, is a partnership between the city of Vancouver, Clark County, and the nonprofit organization Community Justice Center of Southwest Washington.

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Working in Clark County: Juliey Parker, Kitchen Manager at the Recovery Cafe

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Parker originally came to the cafe as a member in 2020, after struggling with addiction. She found the cafe to be a supportive and welcoming environment, and she soon began volunteering in the kitchen. In 2022, she was promoted to kitchen manager.

Recovery Cafe ‘blazing a trail’ in East Clark County

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A new recovery cafe is blazing a trail in East Clark County. The cafe, which is currently operating as a pop-up, offers a safe and supportive space for people in recovery to connect with others, share their stories, and build community. The cafe's organizers hope to eventually open a permanent location in Washougal.

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Recovery Cafe Clark County provides a safe haven

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The Recovery Cafe Clark County is an important resource for people in recovery. It provides a safe and supportive space where people can connect with others, share their stories, and build community. The cafe is a valuable asset to the Clark County community and is helping to make a difference in the lives of people struggling with addiction.

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Family Navigator program charts Clark County woman’s path to recovery

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Clark County woman seeks help, gets sober, regains custody of children

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Restoration through community thrives at Recovery Café

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The café offers a variety of services, including meals, coffee, laundry facilities, and recovery circles. Recovery circles are led by people in recovery and are designed to provide support and accountability.

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Linda's Story - Permanent Supportive Housing Saves Lives

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Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) is a type of housing that provides permanent, affordable housing to people who are experiencing homelessness, along with on-site support services to help them address the challenges that led to their homelessness.

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