Children and Families

In Portland

  • Albertina Kerr Centers – 503-239-8101
    Provides a wide range of mental health services for children and support for their families. Offices located in Portland, Gresham, Washington County, Lane County, and Albany.
  • ColumbiaCare – 541-858-8170 
    Outreach Program has two main components to serve seniors and adults with disabilities. These services include suicide prevention screening, advocacy/navigation of the social services system, elimination of barriers and improved access to appropriate mental health services. Contact Jen Atkins, LCSW, Outreach Specialist.
  • DePaul Treatment Centers – 503-535-1172
    Addiction treatment for youth, adults and families, including detox, residential treatment, day treatment, outpatient and DUII mandated services. Mental health and family counseling are also integrated into programs.
  • LifeWorks NW – 503-645-9010
    STRIDE program: serves individuals ages 14-24 living with mental illness in Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington counties who are in need of support and skills to navigate the transition from transition age youth to adulthood. Services are provided regardless of insurance status.
    For more information about STRIDE please contact:
    Sarah Martin, LCSW,
    Program Director at 971-226-1820
    or by email at sarahma@lifeworksnw.org
  • Morrison Child and Family Services – 503-258-4200
    Provides a comprehensive continuum of mental health, substance abuse, and prevention services for children from birth through age 21 in the Portland metro area. Programs and services vary in intensity and length of treatment. Services include outpatient, day treatment, foster care, and residential.
  • Northwest Behavioral Healthcare Services – 503-722-4470
    Help to families and residential treatment for adolescents (ages 12 to 17) with emotional, behavioral, or substance abuse problems.
  • Oregon Family Support Network – 503-363-8068
    Oregon families supporting Oregon families with children and adolescents with emotional, behavioral, mental and/or physical challenges and special needs. Services include toll-free health information line, support groups, resource referral, and individualized peer support for navigating multiple child-serving agencies. Offices located in Milwaukie, Eugene, and Salem.
  • OHSU Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Outpatient Clinic – 503-418-5775
    Located on the 7th floor of Doernbecher Children’s Hospital, the Clinic’s services include consultation, diagnostic evaluation, parent guidance (in conjunction with child’s therapy), family therapy, psychopharmacological evaluation and treatment, and specialty treatment for mood disorders, anxiety disorders, and ADHD.
  • OHSU Child Development and Rehabilitation Center – Portland 800-452-3563; Eugene 800-637-0700
    Provides interdisciplinary clinical services for persons with developmental disabilities and other special health care needs at sites in Eugene and Portland. Also offers outreach clinical services covering a variety of special health needs in Grants Pass, Klamath Falls, Medford, and Roseburg and community programs in most Oregon counties.
  • Oregon Youth Authority – 503-373-7205
    State agency responsible for handling young criminal offenders. They provide information about treatment services and programs for youth offenders.
  • Parrott Creek Child and Family Services – 503-722-4110
    Provides family services in Clackamas County including the Addiction Recover Team, which acts as advocates for parents struggling with alcohol and/or drug addiction, and parent training, including classes covering behavior management, communication, child development, stress, and anger management.
  • Parry Center – 503-234-9591
    A residential center in southeast Portland offering therapy for children who may be disruptive, sometimes uncontrollable, or may become a danger to themselves or others.
  • Portland Psychotherapy – 503-281-4852
    Provides evidence-based psychotherapy to older adolescents and adults of all ages. Available services include outpatient individual psychotherapy, group therapy, and mental health classes to address a wide variety of mental health concerns such as anxiety, addiction, body dissatisfaction, depression, mood disorders, bereavement-related grief, chronic headaches, and trauma/PTSD
  • Swindells Center – 503-215-2429
    Swindells Resource Center of Providence Child Center supports parents and caregivers of children who have special needs, developmental delays or disabilities.
  • Trillium Family Services – 888-333-6177
    Provides mental and behavioral healthcare for children in Oregon. Levels of care range from preventative community-based programs to intensive residential treatment with innovative practices such as equine, canine, and horticultural therapies.

Outside Portland

  • OHSU Child Development and Rehabilitation Center – Portland 800-452-3563; Eugene 800-637-0700
    Provides interdisciplinary clinical services for persons with developmental disabilities and other special health care needs at sites in Eugene and Portland. Also offers outreach clinical services covering a variety of special health needs in Grants Pass, Klamath Falls, Medford, and Roseburg and community programs in most Oregon counties.
  • Oregon Youth Authority – Statewide 503-373-7205
    State agency responsible for handling young criminal offenders. They provide information about treatment services and programs for youth offenders.
  • Swindells Center – Columbia Gorge:800-833-8899 ext. 52429; Southern Oregon: 541-732-5958
    Swindells Resource Center of Providence Child Center supports parents and caregivers of children who have special needs, developmental delays or disabilities.
  • Tillamook Family Counseling Center – 503-842-8201
    Behavioral health services for youth, adults, and their families in Tillamook County.
  • Oregon Family Support Network – Statewide 503-363-8068
    Oregon families supporting Oregon families with children and adolescents with emotional, behavioral, mental and/or physical challenges and special needs. Services include toll-free health information line, support groups, resource referral, and individualized peer support for navigating multiple child-serving agencies. Offices located in Milwaukie, Eugene, and Salem.
  • Oregon Child Development Coalition – 503-570-1110/1115
    Comprehensive early childhood education services for children with and without developmental disabilities of families who work in agriculture in 13 counties throughout Oregon.  Services include health and dental services, nutrition, mental health, services to pregnant women, parent involvement activities and training, and educational opportunities.
  • Elkhorn Adolescent Treatment Center – Baker City 541-523-8320 ext. 115
    Dual diagnosis treatment facility.
  • Children’s Farm Home – Corvallis 541-758-5900
    Residential treatment facility located outside of Corvallis. Treats children who, because of the severity of their mental illness, cannot function in their everyday settings and who need a structured therapeutic environment.
  • Catholic Community Services – 503-390-2600
    Nonprofit, faith-based organization serving children, youth, adults, and families in the Mid-Willamette Valley and Central Oregon Coast.
  • Albertina Kerr Centers – 503-239-8101
    Provides a wide range of mental health services for children and support for their families. Offices located in Portland, Gresham, Washington County, Lane County, and Albany.