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Hope, Healing, and Recovery

If you are having a mental health emergency, call our crisis line at 503-655-8585.

One in four people will experience mental health challenges in their lifetime. That means mental health touches every single one of us, be it friends, family or yourself.

It’s important to know that having a mental health challenge is part of your whole health package. With the right help, people can and do recover.

Talking about mental health can make people uncomfortable, and misconceptions about mental illness lead to discrimination toward people with anxiety, depression, or other ailments.

This is stigma.

People who experience stigma suffer from a loss of self-esteem, self-efficacy and hope. Stigma keeps people from seeking the help they need when they need it.

We are working hard to reduce the stigma surrounding mental illness. We strive to create an environment where people feel comfortable talking about their mental health and where people can seek help with a sense of hope toward feeling better.


Nina Danielsen, Health Promotion Coordinator
Galli Murray, Youth Suicide Prevention Coordinator 
Kathy Turner, Regional Promotion and Prevention Coordinator

Nominate a Super Heart Hero

Nominate a Super Heart Hero!

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and Clackamas County Behavioral Health will recognize local super heroes and honor their contributions to behavioral health that promote hope, healing and recovery in the county.  Click here and nominate your Super Heart Hero today.

We are accepting nominees through April, 26 in the following categories, which will be assigned by the selection panel:

Nominate today and give a special shout-out to and organization and/or someone you know who leads with heart and hope. Applications are open through April 26th. Please share this announcement widely!

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Public Services Building

Behavioral Health

Phone number 503-742-5335
503-742-5304 (fax)
Address 2051 Kaen Road
Oregon City, OR 97045