Child and Adolescent

Service Description

Outpatient mental health services available to eligible youth and their families include a mental health assessment, individual, group and family counseling, skills training, parent education, case management, psychiatric evaluation and medication management. There are three different levels of outpatient services, and the frequency and amount of service will match the needs of the individual youth and their families.

 

Eligibility

Services are available to children and adolescents and their families who currently have:

Oregon Health Plan with Washington County Health and Human Services as the Mental Health Organization

OR

Children, adolescents and their families, who are low income, reside in Washington County and are uninsured.  

In order to receive treatment, a child or adolescent must have a mental health disorder that is covered by the Oregon Health Plan and negatively impacts their ability to function at home, in school or in the community.

 

Service Providers

LifeWorks NW

  • Cedar Mill 503-645-3581 
  • Beaverton 503-644-2545 
  • Hillsboro 503-640-5297 
  • Tigard 503-684-1424

Lutheran Community Services

  • Beaverton 503-924-2448

Morrison Child and Family Services 

  • Beaverton 503-258-4496

Options Counseling and Family Services

  • Beaverton 503-924-2448

Sequoia Mental Health Services

  • Aloha 503-591-9280
  • Hillsboro 503-640-9892

Western Psychological and Counseling:  

  • Beaverton 503-626-9494
  • Beaverton (second location) 503-567-3260
  • Hillsboro 503-439-9531 
  • Tigard 503-624-2600
  • Tualatin 503-612-1000

 

Access

Please contact an agency directly to schedule an intake appointment, or for assistance, call the OHP member services line at 503-291-1155.

 

Additional Information

If there is not a clinician available who speaks your language, an interpreter will be provided.