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Mental Health Services

The Behavioral Health Division can help you with many of your mental health needs, including support for adults, children, and families.

If you are a Clackamas County resident in need of counseling services, we can help.  Programs and services are available to children, youth, families and adults who are experiencing moderate to severe mental health difficulties.

Services are available to Oregon Health Plan members or residents who don’t have insurance. 

Call the Clackamas Mental Health Organization for more information at 503-742-5335

Services for Adults

  • Assessments or evaluation to help decide what services you need
  • Office based counseling for individuals
  • Groups focusing on mental health conditions, life skills, symptom management
  • Medications for mental health conditions
  • Hospital care for mental illness
  • Job services for people managing severe mental health conditions.
  • Primary Care services for people managing severe mental health conditions
  • In-home services for adults experiencing severe mental health conditions
  • Peer services and supports

Services for Youth and Families

  • Assessments or evaluation to help decide what services you need
  • Office based counseling for individuals
  • Groups focusing on mental health conditions, life skills, symptom management
  • Medications for mental health conditions
  • Hospital care for mental illness
  • Skills training for parents and children
  • Community-based services for children and families experiencing severe mental health conditions
  • Peer services and supports

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