Outpatient services for mental health and substance use disorders for children, adolescents, and adults. OHP and some commercial insurance accepted. Sliding-fee scale and funding assistance available for some services.
A range of low-cost, family-based services for children and adolescents (ages 2 – 17). Services include brief and longer-term intervention, assessment, family and child therapy, parenting help, and referrals.
Comprehensive diagnosis, evaluation, and management of various conditions, including developmental delay, autism, speech and language disorders, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, and orthopedic impairments.
Outpatient counseling and mental health support for adults, children (ages 18 months and older), adolescents, and families. Private insurance and OHP accepted. Call for information about walk-in assessment program.
Intensive mental health treatment for children (ages 4 – 13) includes residential treatment, day treatment school, therapeutic foster care, crisis stabilization, and 24-hour Crisis Response Program (see Helplines).
Strength-based support for families with low income and children under 6; crisis response, home visiting, therapeutic classrooms, early childhood special education, parenting classes, child counseling, and recovery support. No cost.
Mental health services for families throughout Lane County, including outpatient counseling, mental health assessment, psychiatric day treatment (ages 3 – 13), wellness program, parenting classes, community resource library, and 24-hour Crisis Response Program (see Helplines).
Crisis counseling, long-term counseling, and mental health information and referral. Phone, walk-in, and mobile services available 24 hours. Mobile crisis intervention through Cahoots, daily, 11 a.m.– 3 a.m.