Centerstone provides a supportive place where people in crisis can talk to a counselor or peer service provider for information, resources, treatment, and support. Centerstone offers crisis stabilization services including peer support, case management, assistance with Cover Oregon health insurance enrollment, crisis intake assessment, referral to medical services, and general education. 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.
All services can be accessed by calling the 24-hour crisis line at (503) 655-8585 or by visiting Centerstone during business hours.
Centerstone seeks to provide a trauma-informed environment that supports and values:
- Easy access to help, regardless of ability to pay.
- Culturally responsive services in a safe environment.
- Respect for individual choice and autonomy.
- Care for the whole person.
- The power of recovery and hope.
- Trusting community partnerships.
The walk-in clinic is open seven days a week, from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday thru Friday and from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
Centerstone is located in the Ross Center near Clackamas Town Center at 11211 SE 82nd Avenue, Suite O, Happy Valley, 97086.
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, with the exception of holidays. When deputies make contact with individuals who are showing signs of trouble with symptoms of mental illness or drug abuse, the outreach team is able to provide on-site assessment, case management, and support in order to reduce unnecessary arrests and referrals to hospital services.
At this time, the Sheriff’s outreach team takes referrals from within the Sheriff’s office only.
Centerstone provides jail diversion services to connect individuals who are struggling with mental health or co-occurring addiction issues to treatment providers and resources that will help keep them out of jail. Individuals who are open to the program will have access to case management, therapy, peer support, resource connection and medication management, if appropriate.
Hours: Centerstone Jail Diversion services are available Monday through Friday. Please call (503) 655-8585 for more information.
Clackamas County provides monitoring and supervision services for individuals under jurisdiction of the Oregon Psychiatric Security Review Board (PSRB). Centerstone’s PSRB Monitor works with individuals, families, and partner agencies to balance community safety concerns with the civil rights of individuals.
For more information, please call (503) 722-6200.
If you have a question or would like to request more information, please contact the Centerstone Administration Line: (503) 722-6200
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