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Community Resources

Many community resources are available for people with mental illness. We list here ones we think will be of interest to people with severe and persistant mental illness, their friends and families in Oregon.

If you know of a resource we should add or update, please send NAMI of Oregon a note at namioregon@namior.org

Resources in the Portland Metro Area

(Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington Counties)

Children and Families   Counseling and Outpatient Services   Housing

Resources Outside Portland

Children and Families   Counseling and Outpatient Services   Housing


Other Resources

Outside Portland


Statewide Mental Health Services

By County

 

PORTLAND METRO CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

Provides a wide range of mental health services for children and support for their families. Offices located in Portland, Gresham, Washington County, Lane County, and Albany.

Provides a comprehensive continuum of mental health, substance abuse, and prevention services for children from birth through age 21 in the Portland metro area. Programs and services vary in intensity and length of treatment. Services include outpatient, day treatment, foster care, and residential.

Help to families and residential treatment for adolescents (ages 12 to 17) with emotional, behavioral, or substance abuse problems.

Oregon families supporting Oregon families with children and adolescents with emotional, behavioral, mental and/or physical challenges and special needs. Services include toll-free health information line, support groups, resource referral, and individualized peer support for navigating multiple child-serving agencies. Offices located in Milwaukie, Eugene, and Salem.

Located on the 7th floor of Doernbecher Children's Hospital, the Clinic's services include consultation, diagnostic evaluation, parent guidance (in conjunction with child's therapy), family therapy, psychopharmacological evaluation and treatment, and specialty treatment for mood disorders, anxiety disorders, and ADHD.

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Provides interdisciplinary clinical services for persons with developmental disabilities and other special health care needs at sites in Eugene and Portland. Also offers outreach clinical services covering a variety of special health needs in Grants Pass, Klamath Falls, Medford, and Roseburg and community programs in most Oregon counties.

State agency responsible for handling young criminal offenders. They provide information about treatment services and programs for youth offenders.

Provides family services in Clackamas County including the Addiction Recover Team, which acts as advocates for parents struggling with alcohol and/or drug addiction, and parent training, including classes covering behavior management, communication, child development, stress, and anger management.

A residential center in southeast Portland offering therapy for children who may be disruptive, sometimes uncontrollable, or may become a danger to themselves or others.

Provides evidence-based psychotherapy to older adolescents and adults of all ages. Available services include outpatient individual psychotherapy, group therapy, and mental health classes to address a wide variety of mental health concerns such as anxiety, addiction, body dissatisfaction, depression, mood disorders, bereavement-related grief, chronic headaches, and trauma/PTSD

Provides mental and behavioral healthcare for children in Oregon. Levels of care range from preventative community-based programs to intensive residential treatment with innovative practices such as equine, canine, and horticultural therapies.

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PORTLAND METRO COUNSELING/OUTPATIENT SERVICES

Mental health and addictions specialists offering evaluations and individual, family, and group therapy.

A multicultural, adult outpatient treatment clinic offering culturally-specific services for clients identifying with African, African-American, and Southeast Asian cultures. Treats many disorders including depression, anxiety, panic disorder, post-traumatic stress, bipolar and psychotic disorders, substance abuse/dependence, and gambling.

Mental health treatment services for children, adolescents, and adults in both inpatient and outpatient settings located throughout the Portland metropolitan area. CareMark Behavioral Health Services is a joint venture between Adventist Health System/West and Legacy Health.

Services at three community clinics include mental health case management and counseling services, medication prescribing, and addictions treatment.

Outpatient services for patients with mental health and chemical dependency problems.

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Minimal-cost mental health clinic designed to provide services to the uninsured and underinsured citizens of Yamhill County and the surrounding area.

Counseling and therapy services for individuals of all ages, as well as for couples and families experiencing distress in areas of mental health, addictions, and relationship issues. Sliding scale fee structure ranging from $10 - $50 per session. The initial intake/assessment has a flat rate fee of $15. Counselor and therapist trainees are advanced graduate-level students under the supervision of faculty and licensed professional supervisors.

Nonprofit community-based prevention, mental health and addiction services provider agency with sites throughout Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington counties.   Certified and licensed by the state and county MHOs as provider for those with the Oregon Health Plan in all three metro area counties.

Outpatient mental health and alcohol and drug program providing individual, couple, and family counseling.  Medicaid (OHP), Medicare, commercial insurances, and sliding fee scale accepted. Addresses the mental health needs of low-income, and/or English-limited individuals and families for whom existing services are inaccessible due to cost, language, and/or cultural barriers.

Maintains an online searchable database of mental health counselors.

Maintains an online searchable database of psychologists.

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Low-cost counseling for individuals, couples, children, and families on a wide range of concerns including depression, anxiety, relationship problems, PTSD, and behavioral issues. Group therapy $10/session, private sessions $20-85 depending on income. Students and veterans or active military service members pay $20 per session.

Offered for patients who are no longer in crisis but who need further support to recover from an illness. Available at Providence Portland Medical Center and Providence St. Vincent Medical Center.

Provides low-cost individual, couple, and family counseling for clients who are able to come on a weekly basis, at the same time, for up to 10 weeks. Does not offer medication services or help during a mental health crisis. The cost is $15 per session. Operated by graduate students in counselor education who are supervised by faculty and interns.

Provides a wide range of services for residents of Washington County including individual and group therapy, case management, coping skills training, supported employment, subsidized housing, and residential treatment.

Outpatient behavioral health services including evaluations, medication evaluation and management, and individual, group, and family therapy.

Counseling available for families, couples and individuals. Children under age 14 are seen only if their parents are enrolled in family, couples, or individual counseling. A sliding scale fee of $5 to $30 is charged per session; no one is turned away for inability to pay. Residents of the Portland metropolitan area who do not have health insurance or resources to receive counseling may apply for counseling services by completing an application and questionnaire.

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PORTLAND METRO HOUSING

Operates more than 350 units of transitional and permanent housing for people with psychiatric disabilities.

Develops, owns, and operates rental housing for very low-income individuals and families as well as special need populations in western Oregon.

Nonprofit agency serving single adults and families in the Portland metro area who are impacted by homelessness, poverty, and addictions. Provides multiple affordable housing options integrated with direct social services including healthcare, recovery, and employment.

  • Clackamas Community Action Team - 503-650-5750

A program of Clackamas County Social Services; provides housing information and referral regarding landlord-tenant, fair housing, and other housing-related issues. Keeps a current list of lower cost/subsidized housing in Clackamas County. If resources are available, will provide referrals for rent assistance.

Owns and operates 6 supportive housing apartment buildings and 13 residential treatment facilities in several communities around Oregon, including the Portland metro area.

Limited emergency rent assistance for residents of Washington County.

  • Downtown Community Housing, Inc. - 503-244-3435

DCHI has developed and manages two projects - Alder House (SROs) and Kearney House (families) with a total of 164 units of housing.

Affordable drug and alcohol free housing for the low-income population in a neighborhood, SRO facility.

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Manages more than 300 units of affordable housing for low-income families and individuals in NE Portland.

  • Home Forward (formerly the Housing Authority of Portland) - 503-802-8300

Provides affordable housing for individuals and families who are challenged by income, disability, or special need.

A program of Lutheran Community Services Northwest serving women with children who are victims of domestic violence, in recovery from substance abuse, and/or are homeless. Social services provided include rent assistance, intensive case management, childcare assistance, and mental health care.

Website featuring a searchable database of affordable, accessible, and special needs housing using a variety of factors. Also provides a link to the 211info online directory of community services for other needs such as legal, medical, food, or mental health services.

Emergency (Day Break Shelter), transitional, and permanent affordable rental housing for low-income families. Also provides rent assistance, energy assistance, and job training and placement services.

  • Ikoi So Terrace - 503-659-7019

Subsidized rental housing (35 one-bedroom units) serving seniors 62 years of age and older, as well as people with disabilities.

Advocacy, information and referral, peer counseling, and skills training services to further the level of independence for all people with disabilities.

Provides affordable housing to individuals and families, along with services to help residents maintain their housing, access opportunities, and break the cycle of poverty.

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Operates six supported-housing facilities with a total of 111 beds.  Combines semi-independent affordable housing with wrap-around services to help individuals remain in stable housing and focus on a path toward recovery.

Builds and rehabilitates housing for seniors, families and people with special needs in 17 Oregon counties.

Provides housing services for seniors ages 55 and older in Multnomah County who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.

A free and easy program prescreener. Answer questions about people in your house, income, and expenses. This site will estimate your potential eligibility for 33 programs and assistance.

Offers special needs housing and a residential services program to help individuals maintain their housing placement.

Subsidized housing including three apartment complexes and two transitional homes.

Rental assistance and affordable housing for low and moderate income households in Washington County.

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CHILDREN AND FAMILIES, OUTSIDE THE PORTLAND METRO AREA

Provides a wide range of mental health services for children and support for their families. Offices located in Portland, Gresham, Washington County, Lane County, and Albany.

Nonprofit, faith-based organization serving children, youth, adults, and families in the Mid-Willamette Valley and Central Oregon Coast.

Residential treatment facility located outside of Corvallis. Treats children who, because of the severity of their mental illness, cannot function in their everyday settings and who need a structured therapeutic environment.

  • Elkhorn Adolescent Treatment Center - Baker City 541-523-8320 ext. 115

Dual diagnosis treatment facility.

Comprehensive early childhood education services for children with and without developmental disabilities of families who work in agriculture in 13 counties throughout Oregon.  Services include health and dental services, nutrition, mental health, services to pregnant women, parent involvement activities and training, and educational opportunities. 

Oregon families supporting Oregon families with children and adolescents with emotional, behavioral, mental and/or physical challenges and special needs. Services include toll-free health information line, support groups, resource referral, and individualized peer support for navigating multiple child-serving agencies. Offices located in Milwaukie, Eugene, and Salem.

Provides interdisciplinary clinical services for persons with developmental disabilities and other special health care needs at sites in Eugene and Portland. Also offers outreach clinical services covering a variety of special health needs in Grants Pass, Klamath Falls, Medford, and Roseburg and community programs in most Oregon counties.

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State agency responsible for handling young criminal offenders. They provide information about treatment services and programs for youth offenders.

Behavioral health services for youth, adults, and their families in Tillamook County.

 

COUNSELING/OUTPATIENT SERVICES, OUTSIDE THE PORTLAND METRO AREA

A private not-for-profit organization providing privatized public health and integrated mental health services in Eastern Oregon.

Affordable counseling for adults, couples, families and children. Registered interns charge $50 or less, pre-graduate interns charge $10 or less. All the counseling performed by interns is overseen by licensed supervisors. Not oriented for crisis situations or addiction problems.

  • Community Counseling Solutions
    Morrow County 541-481-2911 (Boardman) & 541-676-9161 (Heppner); Wheeler County 541-763-2746; Gilliam County 541-384-2666 (Condon) & 541-454-2223 (Arlington); Grant County 541-575-1466

    Offers a wide variety of behavioral health services including individual, family, and group therapy; alcohol and drug treatment; 24/7 crisis intervention services; psychiatric consultation; and medication management, in addition to cooperation with various other organizations including residential treatment and schools.

  • Lifeways - Malheur County 541-889-9167; Umatilla County 541-276-6207

Mental health services for Malheur and Umatilla Counties including psychiatric assessment, medication management, and individual and group therapy.

Outpatient mental health and alcohol and drug program providing individual, couples, and family counseling.  Medicaid (OHP), Medicare, commercial insurances, and sliding fee scale accepted. Addresses the mental health needs of low-income, and/or English-limited individuals and families for whom existing services are inaccessible due to cost, language, and/or cultural barriers.

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Offers a wide array of sevices for children and adults.

Mental health and developmental disabilities services for adults, chilldren and families, and the elderly in Baker County. Services include crisis intervention, case management, medication management, counseling, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.

Behavioral health facility with a multidisciplinary team of therapists and nurse practitioners who provide comprehensive services to children, adolescents, adults, and seniors.

Mental health services for adult patients18-years-old and above, and adolescents on a case-by-case basis. Services include evaluations; individual, family, and group counseling; case management; and psychiatric medication management.

Nonprofit organization providing mental health services including case management, therapy, supported employment, and crisis resolution.

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Maintains an online searchable database of mental health counselors.

Maintains an online searchable database of psychologists.

Outpatient behavioral health services for children, adolescents, adults, and seniors struggling with issues of chemical dependency and/or emotional distress in the Eugene area.

Provides crisis intervention services 7 days a week, 24 hours a day for residents of the Mid-Willamette Valley, particularly Marion, Polk, and Yamhill counties. Located on the campus of Salem Hospital.

A non-profit human service agency providing multiple services including 24-hour crisis intervention, counseling, alcohol abd drug abuse treatment, and a sliding-scale fee dental clinic.

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HOUSING OUTSIDE THE PORTLAND METRO AREA

Provides a variety of housing services including subsidized and transitional housing, several rent assistance programs, and a list of affordable housing for low-income residents of Clatsop County.

Owns and operates 6 supportive housing apartment buildings and 13 residential treatment facilities in several communities around Oregon, including the Portland metro area.

Provides limited emergency and transitional rental assistance for residents of Columbia County.

One-time assistance with utilities (max. $100) or rent (max. $200) for City of Salem residents.

Provides emergency and long-term housing assistance for low-income individuals and families in the City of Salem.

Subsidized studio and one-bedroom apartments, agency-owned units rented below market rates, and rural development subsidized apartments for elderly/disabled families and farm laborers.

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Provides affordable housing and housing assistance to low-income families, elderly people, and people with disabilities who reside in Marion County (excluding the cities of Salem and Keizer as well as County administered lands within in the Urban Growth Boundary).

  • Housing Works Central Oregon Regional Housing Authority - 541-923-1018

Provides affordable housing opportunities and services to lower income households in Crook, Deschutes, and Jefferson Counties.

Provides assistance to residents of Klamath and Lake Counties during short-term immediate crises, such as pending eviction or utility shut off, by connecting individuals and families with available community resources, and filling gaps in existing services.

Provides transitional housing, housing placement assistance, housing case management, and long-term rent assistance to residents of Marion and Polk Counties.

Nonprofit organization providing a variety of housing services including short-term shelter for families with children, transitional housing, rent assistance, energy assistance, low-interest home-repair loans, down-payment assistance loans, foreclosure prevention classes, and housing counseling. Serves Crook, Deschutes, and Jefferson counties with offices in Bend, Redmond, Madras, and Prineville.

Builds and rehabilitates housing for seniors, families and people with special needs in 17 Oregon counties.

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Provides limited rent and utility assistance for Salem residents.

Provides services for both renters and homeowners including mortgage default and foreclosure counseling, housing rehabilitation and weatherization assistance, and rent and utility assistance for residents of Columbia, Clatsop, and Tillamook Counties.

Provides housing counseling, emergency rent assistance, deposits, and other housing programs for residents of Coos, Curry, and Western Douglas County.

A free and easy program prescreener. Answer questions about people in your house, income, and expenses. This site will estimate your potential eligibility for 33 programs and assistance.

  • St. Vincent De Paul - Medford - 541-772-3828

One-time assistance with rent or utility payments for low-income residents in the Medford area.

Offers a variety of housing support services for the homeless or those dealing with psychiatric disabilities in the Eugene/Springfield area.

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Other Resources

Consumer-controlled organization serving people with physical, mental, cognitive and sensory disabilities in Lane County, Oregon.
Location: 99 West 10th Ave Suite 117, Eugene, Oregon, 97401
Phone: (541) 607-7020 Fax: (541) 345-7021 Email: lila@lilaoregon.org
  • LIFE - Living Independently for Empowerment

Promotes choice, peer equality, self-determination and self-empowerment for individuals with disabilities.
Counties served:
Benton, Lincoln, Linn, Marion, Polk and Yamhill.
Location: Inside South Salem VR, 1701 Liberty St SE, Salem, Oregon, 97302
Phone: (503) 378-2556 Fax: (503) 373-7549 Email: life@lilaoregon.org


 

County Mental Health Services

Baker County - 541-523-3646; crisis line: 541-523-5914

Benton County - 541-766-6835; after hours crisis line: 888-232-7192

Clackamas County - 503-742-5335; 24-hour crisis line: 503-655-8585

Clatsop County - 503-325-5722

Columbia County - 503-397-5211; after hours crisis line: 866-866-1426

Coos County - 541-756-2020 ext. 528; 24-hour crisis line: 541-756-8601

Crook County - 541-447-7441, 24-hour crisis line: 888-232-7192

Curry County - 541-247-4082; after hours crisis line: 877-519-9322

Deschutes County - 541-322-7500; 24-hour crisis line: 541-322-7500 ext. 9

Douglas County - 541-440-3532, 800-866-9780

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Gilliam County - Arlington: 541-454-2223; Condon: 541-384-2666

Grant County - 541-575-1466; after hours crisis line: 541-575-0030

Harney County - 541-573-8376

Hood River County - 541-386-2620, 888-877-9147; after hours crisis line: 541-296-6307, 541-386-7534

Jackson County - 541-774-8201

Jefferson County - 541-475-6575

Josephine County - 541-476-2373; after hours crisis line: 541-474-5360

Klamath County - 541-882-7291; 24-hour crisis line: 541 273-9501 developmental disabilities only

Lake County - 541-947-6021

Lane County - 541-682-3608, 541-682-4085; 24-hour crisis line: 541-687-4000

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Lincoln County - 541-265-4179 ; 24-hour crisis line: 888-232-7192

Linn County - 541-967-3866, 800-304-7468; 24-hour crisis line: 800-560-5535

Malheur County - 541-889-9167; 24-hour crisis line: 800-995-9169

Marion County - 503-588-5351; 24-hour crisis line: 503-585-4949

Morrow County - 541-481-2911

Multnomah County - 503-988-4888

Polk County - 503-623-9289; after hours crisis line: 503-581-5535, 800-560-5833

Sherman County - 541-296-5452; after hours crisis line: 888-877-9147

Tillamook County - 503-842-8201

Umatilla County - Pendleton: 541-276-6207, Umatilla: 541-922-6226; 24-hour crisis line: 866-343-4473

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Union County - 541-962-8800; after hours crisis line: 541-962-7126

Wallowa County - 541-426-4524; after hours crisis line: 541-426-3111

Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs - 541-553-3205; after hours crisis line: 541-553-1171

Wasco County - 541-296-5452; after hours crisis line: 541-296-6307, 541-386-7534

Washington County - 503-291-1155; 24-hour crisis line: 503-291-9111

Wheeler County - 541-763- 2746

Yamhill County - 503-434-7523; after hours crisis line: 800-560-5535


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