If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, the Clackamas County Support and Crisis Line is available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week by calling 503-655-8585.
At Clackamas Health Centers, we offer a range of therapy and counseling programs and services for children, youth and adults who are experiencing mental health or addictions problems through our integrated health centers. To make an appointment with our Behavioral Health Clinic, call 503-655-8401.
For information about our mental health and addiction counseling services for children, teens and families, please visit our Child and Family Mental Health Therapy page.
Our comprehensive and holistic approach includes therapy, case management, care coordination, medication management and peer services. Our aim is to work with everyone to help them be as healthy as they can. We believe participation in mental health and addiction treatment provides positive outcomes in the lives of each person, their family and support network, and the community in which they reside.
Si está teniendo una emergencia de salud mental, llame a nuestra línea de crisis al 503-655-8585.
Services and appointments
The following services are available at our outpatient Mental Health and Addictions Centers:
- Focused Individual Psychotherapy
- Parent/Family Support and Education
- Group Therapy and Skill Building
- Individual Skills Training
- Medication Evaluation and Management
- Case management (to assist individuals and families in accessing community resources)
- Crisis Intervention (address immediate emergent mental health needs)
- Consultation (to families, schools, medical providers, law enforcement and other community agencies)
- Peer Services
For an initial appointment and information concerning mental health or addiction treatment services at any of our health center locations, call 503-655-8401.
For hearing impaired, please use Oregon Relay at 1-800-735-1232.
Please have the name of your medical insurer (if any), policy number and group number available when you call.
Trained, professional staff will assess your request for service. Every effort will be made to match your problem with a particular staff expertise and program availability, as well as geographical location and other relevant considerations.29371
- Oregon Health Plan and Medicare are accepted for both mental health and substance abuse treatment services.
- Commercial insurance is accepted for youth substance abuse treatment only.
- Commercial insurance benefit plans should always be investigated before deciding on the place of service. Many plans will only pay the maximum benefit for services received from a preferred provider. Many health insurance plans also require pre-authorization for services.
- Please bring all insurance cards and your household income data on your first visit.
- Mental health and substance abuse treatment services are also available for those without insurance. Please call the Clackamas Behavioral Health Division at 503-742-5335 to inquire about eligibility for our uninsured funding program.
- Fees are calculated using the household income and size of the family as determined by the annual federal poverty guidelines.
- Visa, MasterCard, debit cards, personal checks and cash are accepted.
- Clackamas Health Centers offers care on a sliding fee scale to eligible uninsured and unde-rinsured people. No one is refused care due to an inability to pay.
Oregon Health Plan pays for mental health services for children, youth, families and adults. Get more information about your benefits and the services available to you in the Member Handbook. Find a provider for yourself or a family member. Visit Health Share of Oregon to see a list of providers that is covered by your plan.29371
Services may vary based on location.
110 Beavercreek Road Suite 100 Oregon City, OR 97045
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8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Staffed during school hours by a full-time Certified Nurse Practitioner in partnership with the school districts. Behavioral Health services are also available on a regular basis.
8 a.m. to 7 p.m.