Skip to content Skip to main navigation Skip to footer

Children and Family Mental Health

Children’s Outpatient Program

Provides therapeutic services for youth under age 18 with a mental health diagnosis and identifiable treatment goals.

Services:

  • Individual Therapy
  • Family Therapy
  • Individual Skills Training
  • Family Skills Training
  • Parent Education
  • Case Management
  • Care Coordination
  • Groups

To refer:

  • To self-refer, call 541-766-6777 and request a screening. The screening is used to determine if our program is appropriate to address the presenting concerns.
  • Providers (primary care, school, case manager, etc.) can refer using this form:

School-based Mental Health Program

Services:

Short-term mental health services to K-12 students with low to moderate mental health needs in the rural schools of Benton County (Alsea, King’s Valley, Monroe, and Philomath). 

To refer:

  • School-Based referrals must come from the school. School counselors and/or administrators can use this referral form.
  • If you are a parent, or a student over 14 years old, please talk with a school counselor or administrator.

Wraparound Program

Services:

  • Comprehensive care coordination services through an interactive process for youth and families with high needs and multi-system involvement.
  • Criteria must be met to access this service.
  • Guardian involvement is required.

To refer:

Only current providers (treating therapist, primary care, school counselor or support person, case manager, etc.) can refer using this form:

Mental Health Crisis Services

If you or your child are in imminent danger of harming yourself or others, please call 911 or go to the Emergency Department for assistance.

Crisis Text Line logo

Text OREGON to 741741 for 24/7, confidential free crisis counseling.

Crisis Text Line® is a registered trademark of Crisis Text Line, Inc.

If you or someone you know needs support now, call or text 988 or chat live at 988lifeline.org

Call 877-968-8491, text “teen2teen” to 839863, or visit oregonyouthline.org

Drop-in Counseling

No appointment needed. Drop in to Benton County’s Humphrey-Hoyer Building and ask for “Counselor of the Day.”


Young woman meets with therapist.

Early Assessment & Support Alliance

Woman meets with hospital psychiatrist.

Behavioral Health in Primary Care

Man meets with therapist.

Adult Behavioral Health

A diverse group of young people wearing colorful clothing laugh together at a park.

Developmental Diversity

Child with developmental disability smiles.

CaCoon

Back to top