Mental Health Services

Early Assessment and Support Alliance (EASA)

The Early Assessment and Support Alliance (EASA) is an outreach and treatment program for young people from age 15 to 25 experiencing the first symptoms of psychosis. The goal of the program is to prevent more significant problems by intervening early in the illness.

Mental Health Crisis Intervention

If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis or want help to avoid a crisis we are available to help.

(503) 988-4888

Toll-Free: 1(800) 716-9769

TTY: (503) 988-5866

The Mental Health Call Center is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week by a highly-educated, well-trained staff. The Call Center offers:

  • Crisis counseling by phone, with translation services for non-English speakers
  • 24/7 mobile outreach for in-person crisis assessment
  • Referral to low-cost or sliding-scale agencies
  • Help finding mental health or addiction providers, including those with linguistically specific services
  • Information about non-crisis community resources

System of Care for Adults

The system of care for adults encompasses a variety of programs including outpatient treatment, intensive services like assertive community treatment, crisis respite, and inpatient services.

We serve adult Oregon Health Plan members who are enrolled in the county's mental health organization, Verity, as well as adults who need treatment but do not have health insurance.

System of Care for Children & Families

The system of care for children and families serves children and youth up to age 21 through a variety of programs including outpatient, intensive community-based services, and psychiatric residential treatment.

We serve children and youth Oregon Health Plan members who are enrolled in the county's mental health organization, Verity, as well as children and families who need treatment but don't have health insurance.

Adult Mental Health and Substance Abuse Advisory Council

AMHSAAC is an advisory council led by consumers. The council also includes participants from providers, families, advocates, police, and other allied agencies. 

Children's Mental Health System Advisory Council

CMHSAC is a council formed to give consumers and family members the opportunity to voice their perspective on the system of care for children and families. 

If you are currently uninsured, visit the Cover Oregon web site to find out what insurance options are available to you and your family beginning January 1, 2014. Enrollment starts October 1, 2013.