Getting Help

Notice: COVID-19 Service Availability - Many community partners are open to new service referrals and intakes during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please call the Washington County Crisis Line at 503-291-9111 or contact any of the providers found on the links below for more information.

COVID-19 Community Counseling Program

Washington County has a new COVID-19 supportive counseling program. The COVID-19 Community Counseling Program (CCCP) is a partnership between Washington County, Lifeworks NW, Western Psychological, Asian Health and Service Center, and Lutheran Community Services NW. CCCP provides support to Washington County community members who need help related to the pandemic. Core services include:

  • Supportive counseling with an emphasis on developing coping skills and resilience. 
  • Support in understanding personal reactions, planning action steps, and developing solutions to resolve losses and overcome difficulties. 
  • Referral and connection to longer-term behavioral health care if needed.

Services are provided at no charge. Linguistically and culturally specific services are also available.

How to get help:

To request an appointment, please email COVIDCounseling@co.washington.or.us or call Washington County Behavioral Health at 503-846-4528.

This is not a crisis line, and you will not be able to speak with a counselor right away. The CCCP is also meant to be short-term assistance (a few sessions per individual).

If you need immediate help, call the Washington County Crisis Line at 503-291-9111. Call 9-1-1 for life threatening emergencies. Visit the crisis services webpage for more resources.

 

Mental Health and Addictions Services in Washington County

Services may be accessed by calling the Washington County Member Services Line at 503-291-1155 or by calling the provider directly.

Washington County Department of Health & Human Services assures the planning, development, delivery and quality of Mental Health and Addiction services that meets the priority needs of low income, underinsured and uninsured Washington County adults, children and families.

We endeavor to develop a comprehensive, coordinated, community-based service delivery system which utilizes available funding to serve the greatest number of eligible individuals and families with effective services whose type and intensity is matched to the individualized needs of the individual or family. 

Our goal is that all Washington County residents will have ready access to necessary, high quality behavioral health services, appropriate to their level of need. Washington County assures community involvement through participation in planning and oversight of services by the Washington County Behavioral Health Council.

Services offered by Washington County include:

Most Washington County Mental Health services are provided by contracted private community-based agencies.