Adult Services and Providers
One in four adults will experience a mental health condition in their lifetime. Help is available. Services vary based on the unique needs of each person. Some people may benefit from therapy or medication, other people can benefit from having a case manager to provide support.
All services begin with a mental health assessment. A recommendation will be made for services. This recommendation may include therapy, medications, case management, or other supports. Services may be either short term or ongoing. Both mental health and substance use treatment needs will be assessed.
How to get care:
If you are on the Oregon Health Plan (OHP), many providers are available. Please contact your Coordinated Care Organization. You can also visit our OHP page for links.
If you have insurance, contact member services for your plan to get a list of in-network providers. The member services number is usually found on the back of the insurance card or online.
If you do not have coverage and have a low income, you may qualify for free services from one of the providers below. Please call 503-291-1155 for more information. You can also call the provider directly.
Services for Adults and Older Adults
Beaverton and Hillsboro
Lutheran Community Services NW
New Narrative (formerly Luke-Dorf)
Sequoia Mental Health