Urgent Mental Health Walk-In Center

Clackamas Mental Health Center is a walk-in center for people in urgent need of mental health care. Our services include brief counseling, safety screenings and referral to other resources. We also provide peer-delivered services, so people in need can get support from someone who has traveled similar roads of distress and has progressed in their own recovery. Our skilled staff includes trained mental health specialists, intensive case managers, peer support specialists, and a medical professional who work together to care for individuals and families in need.

There are two convenient ways to access our services

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By phone

Call 503-655-8585
24 hours a day

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In Person

11211 SE 82nd Ave., Suite O
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Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Closed for the July 4th holiday, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day.

Clackamas Crisis and Support Line 24/7

The Clackamas Crisis and Support Line is a free and confidential telephone resource staffed by trained, caring individuals who can help callers work through a crisis — however big or small. We offer suicide screening and can help create a safety plan.

Even if there is no crisis, we will offer support, connection, information and education. Interpretation services are available for non-English speakers. This service is available anytime, day or night.

But if you're not in Clackamas County or don't have the number at hand, there's an easy-to-remember nationwide resource available, too. Dial 9-8-8 to reach the national Suicide and Crisis Lifeline.

988: Suicide and Crisis Lifeline
988: Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

Mobile Crisis Response

Our Mobile Crisis Response Team (MCRT) provides face-to-face therapeutic responses in settings where a mental health crisis is occurring. This can be in an individual's home, at a school, in a business and even on a street corner. The goal of mobile crisis services is to help you or your loved one resolve the mental health crisis where you are. Our mobile crisis teams include Masters level clinicians, Care Coordinators, and Peer Support Specialists.


Office Hours:

24/7 crisis and support line:

Toll Free: 


711 or 1-800-735-1232

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