1002 Library Ct., Oregon City, OR 97045 map | (503) 655-8264
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Open Monday - Friday 8 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Your health matters here! At the Stewart Behavioral Health Center, the Community Support Team provides recovery support for people struggling with severe symptoms of mental illness.
Our Community Support Team services promote independence, productivity, and community integration. Individuals are encouraged and supported to be active in the development of their own recovery goals. Services are flexible and are provided in homes, community settings, and at the Stewart Behavioral Health Center.
Community Support Team Services
The following programs are available for adults enrolled with the Community Support Team Program.
- Supported Employment
- We support people in employment opportunities through job development, placement and coaching.
- We coordinate with vocational resources and benefit services and advocate with employers for competitive jobs in the community.
- Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
- We work with people to identify the goals they believe to be important to their recovery including goals concerning getting a job and living in the community.
- We talk with people about recovery from mental illness and their motivation for creating the kind of life that they are interested in living.
- Substance Abuse Treatment
- We provide people with information about the effects of alcohol and other drug use and discuss with clients their personal recovery goals.
- We promote healthy lifestyles and alternative coping strategies for dealing with emotions and thoughts that lead to substance use.
- Peer Support
- We provide peer specialists who can support people in recovery through shared experiences and advocacy.
- We promote peer connection as important interactions for recovery
- Skills training
- We help people obtain appropriate housing and learn basic living skills such as personal hygiene, healthy living and self-care habits, diet & nutrition, meal planning and cooking, financial organization including budgeting, shopping and paying bills, social interactions with neighbors, family, friends, service agents, and the community.
- We provide coaching and education about how to function successfully in the community.
- Case Management/ Resource Coordination
- We connect people with all available social services in the community and coach people on how to access these resources, such as social security income, health insurance & health care, food stamps & food boxes, legal aid, energy assistance, employment assistance, transportation.
- We discuss with people how to use problem solving skills and how to advocate for their own needs.
- Supported Housing
- We help people to find and maintain permanent housing in the community.
- We coordinate with housing resources to advocate for people’s housing needs.
- Medication Management/ Medication Skills Training
- We explore with people the pros and cons of different types of treatment and provide information and support about how medication may be effective.
Many forms of insurance with mental health and substance abuse coverage are accepted, including those below:
- Oregon Health Plan (OHP)/Medicaid
- Uninsured - For more information about our uninsured funding program (including eligibility requirements), please contact the Clackamas Behavioral Health Division at (503) 742-5335.
For all billing questions, please call the Behavioral Health Billing Department at (503) 794-5935.
The Stewart Behavioral Health Center has a professional and well-trained treatment team of therapists, mental health professionals, addictions treatment specialists, and mental health associates who provide care coordination, case management, and other support services. Our providers use treatment strategies based on the latest research to help individuals to be successful in reaching their treatment goals. They bring a wealth of knowledge, a variety of specialized skills, and the clinical expertise needed to provide creative, compassionate, and effective care.
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