Oregon law allows a person to be treated for a mental illness against their will if they are experiencing an emotional disturbance and are imminently dangerous to themselves or others or are unable to care for their basic needs. To be committed, a person must meet the above standards in a court hearing where critical information is presented in the form of testimony in front of a judge and the person considered for commitment.If an individual is committed, he or she may receive involuntary treatment for up to 180 days. Clackamas County Urgent Mental Health Walk-In Clinic's Commitment Monitoring staff assess whether persons who are committed continue to meet commitment criteria and work with hospitals and community agencies to determine a plan for a safe transition to the community and to voluntary treatment as appropriate.
Open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. We are closed on federal holidays and court furlough days.
Call 503-655-8585 and ask to speak with a mental health investigator.