Counseling and Health Center
If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health emergency, please call:
Clark County Crisis Line: 360-696-9560 or 800-273-TALK (8255)
Health and Medical Services
The Counseling & Health Center provides low-cost medical services such as physical or reproductive health exams, immunizations, lab testing and wellness consultations to students and employees. Our Advanced Medical Practitioner, Dr. Evelyn Buschur, ND, can help you if you are sick or injured, and prescribe medications if needed. Appointments are usually required to see the medical practitioner.
We also have free self-care items such as pain relievers, allergy and cold medicines, cough drops, menstrual supplies and condoms available in our front office.
If you do not see the service you need on the list below, please ask us! If we are unable to provide a service, we may be able to refer you to a community agency that can. The prices listed are subject to change due to increases in lab service or supply costs, but we are committed to providing health care at the lowest cost possible. If you are unable to pay for medical services, please contact us and we may be able to connect you with patient assistance programs that can lower your costs even more.
If you are uninsured, but interested in learning how you might apply for free or low-cost health insurance coverage, please get in touch.
About Dr. Evelyn Buschur, ND
Dr. Evelyn Buschur was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. Shortly after her birth, her father began a career in the US Coast Guard. Due to the frequency of relocations associated with the military, Evelyn has lived throughout the USA. The family spent 3 years in Hawaii, where Evelyn “discovered” Hawaiian folk remedies for various illnesses.
As a child, Evelyn wanted to be a scientist or a doctor. While attending the University of Maine, Evelyn concentrated on becoming a scientist. She worked in various labs on “soft” grant money. The sporadic nature of grants led Evelyn to concentrate instead on medical school. However, watching her brother try to regain his health in a hospital setting helped Evelyn to realize that conventional medicine was not for her. During this time of reflection, she re-discovered “folk remedies,” and found naturopathic medicine. Evelyn graduated from the University of Maine with a degree in biochemistry and moved to Portland, Oregon to attend Naturopathic Medical School.
Upon graduation from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine, Dr. Buschur began her practice in Portland, Oregon. She started teaching at Portland Community College in 2006, and at Clark College in 2016. In 2015, Dr. Buschur moved her practice to Camas, Washington. Dr. Buschur stopped teaching at Clark College to become the Advanced Medical Practitioner for Clark College's Health Center.