Our mission is to nurture recovery and personal development in a compassionate and supportive atmosphere for people experiencing severe mental illness.
Our Community Support Team services promote independence, productivity and community integration for people with symptoms of severe mental illness. People 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 the DSB Behavioral Health Center.
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.
- Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and CBT for Psychosis
We talk with people about recovery goals and how by examining thoughts and behaviors people can change old patterns to create the kind of life they want to live.
- Cognitive Remediation Services
We address cognitive barriers which may interfere with treatment, such as attention, memory, information processing speed, problem solving and planning.
- Substance Abuse Treatment
We promote healthy lifestyles and alternative coping strategies for dealing with emotions and thoughts that lead to substance use.
- Peer Support
We promote connections with peer specialists who can support people in recovery through shared experiences and advocacy.
- Skills Training
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 them to access these resources.
- 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.