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Mental Health Crisis Services

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

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

Counselor of the Day

Benton County Behavioral Health offers drop-in mental health crisis counseling services for all ages. No appointment is needed. Simply stop at the front desk and ask “to see the Counselor of the Day”.

Location: 557 NW Monroe Avenue, Corvallis, OR 97330
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00am – 5:00pm
Phone: 541-766-6767
TDD: 1-800-221-2832

Collaborative Crisis Services

Mobile Crisis Team

The mobile crisis team responds 24/7/365 when called by various community partners, including law enforcement, to assess individuals out in the community who are experiencing mental health crisis.

Pre-Commitment Services

A person in crisis who is unwilling to seek voluntary treatment, and as a result of their mental health disorder is dangerous to themselves or others, or is unable to provide for their own basic needs may qualify for this service. We can help you determine whether a person meets the legal criteria for involuntary commitment and treatment.

CORE – Crisis, Outreach, Response, and Engagement

Benton County Behavioral Health partners with Corvallis Police Department (CPD) to respond to service calls related to mental health crisis. This results in more people getting supportive mental health treatment and resources, and fewer people spending time in the emergency room or jail due to mental health crisis.

Coming in 2024: Benton County Crisis Center

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A concept drawing of what the exterior main entry of the future crisis center could look like.

Benton County Behavioral Health is working to create a voluntary walk-in treatment-centered facility that may serve as an alternative to the emergency room, which provides stabilization for individuals experiencing mental health crisis, along with referrals and support for ongoing behavioral health services.

The crisis center will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year and serve all agesregardless of ability to payno appointment needed. It is designed to serve anyone who needs a break from stressors to be connected to services and support and will have a “no-wrong-door” approach to support individuals who are having mental health crises for any number of reasons. 

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Adult Behavioral Health

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Children and Family Mental Health

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Early Assessment & Support Alliance

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Substance Use Disorder Treatment

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