Rehabilitation services, also known as “Rehab”, are services for individuals who have a serious, long-term mental health disorder such as schizophrenia, chronic and severe depression, bipolar I disorders, schizoaffective disorder or other disorders that limit a person’s ability to live independently in the community. Treatment focuses on reducing symptoms, meeting basic needs, securing benefits, and increasing functioning in areas such as employment, community navigation and basic living skills. Most individuals in Rehab services receive case management and medication. Other services that are available include individual and group therapy, skills training, coordination with other providers, and treatment for co-occurring substance use disorders.
Services are available to individuals who currently have:
* Oregon Health Plan with Washington County Health and Human Services as the Mental Health Organization
* Individuals who are low income and reside in Washington County and either have Medicare or are uninsured.
In order to receive treatment, you must have a severe and persistent mental health disorder which is covered by the Oregon Health Plan and significantly negatively impacts your ability to work, keep housing, or meet your basic needs.
Beaverton and Hillsboro 503-645-9010
Services may be accessed by calling the Washington County OHP Member Services Line at 503-291-1155 or by calling the provider directly. For low-income individuals who have Medicare or are uninsured, please contact the Washington County Crisis Line at 503-291-9111 to see if you qualify for treatment.
The availability of no-cost treatment for individuals who are low-income may change depending on resources.
If there is not a clinician available who speaks your language, an interpreter will be provided.