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Shattering Stigma: Get Trained To Help initiative kicks off in Clackamas County
On May 7, 2015, members of the Clackamas County Behavioral Health Division, along with two members of the public, presented their Get Trained To Help initiative, a project aimed at shattering the stigma surrounding mental health by providing mental health first aid training.
Do you need mental health or addictions services?
If your Medicaid mental health insurance plan is offered through Health Share of Oregon - Clackamas, you may choose any provider that is listed in your member handbook. When you call a provider to make an appointment, please have your Medicaid ID card available. If you need help choosing a provider agency, call the Clackamas County Behavioral Health Division at 503-742-5335.
If you are uninsured and need help getting mental health or addictions services, we have staff ready to answer your questions and help you determine the services you need. When you call, our staff will work with you to see if you are eligible for services. Please call 503-742-5335 to learn more about your eligibility for services.
If you have a mental health emergency, Crisis intervention is provided on a same-day basis, and is available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. If you are having a mental health emergency, call 503-655-8585.
Behavioral Health is a Division of the Health, Housing, and Human Services (H3S) Department. Its director is Jill Archer.
If you or your family needs support and assistance from people who understand what you are going through, Clackamas County has a wide array of peer support services. Peer services range from telephone support from the David Romprey Warm Line, assistance at teen and adult drop-in centers, and peer supports as part of our office based services.
Centerstone is a walk-in center for individuals and families with urgent behavioral health needs. It is the place to connect to community, alternative and traditional support, including urgent mental health and crisis care, peer counseling, safety screenings, resource needs assessment, safety planning, crisis referral services, Mental Health First Aid, and treatment court services. Centerstone also has a partnership with the Clackamas County Sheriffs' Office, offers mental health and addictions services for inmates released from jail, and is a member of the Psychiatric Security Review Board.
ICP staff work with individuals and agencies to determine when involuntary commitment is necessary, and to protect the civil rights and due process for individuals.
Centerstone providers jail diversion services, connecting individuals who are struggling with mental health or co-occuring addiction issues with the path to treatment.
Mental Health First Aid is an exciting interactive course that prepares members of the public to provide Mental Health First Aid to those in need. This course is delivered by certified Mental Health First Aid USA instructors. Learn more about the program and how to sign up for a class.
Open Minds Open Doors is a campaign to fight the stigma surrounding mental illness and addictions. Visit our Open Minds Open Doors web page to find out more.
The Sheriff's Office Outreach Team is staffed by Centerstone clinicians who work directly with and are stationed at the Clackamas County Sheriff's Department seven days a week.
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