Counseling/Outpatient Services

In Portland

  • Achieve TMS – 877-822-7267 Provides deep Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (dTMS) for the treatment of depression. Locations in Portland, Beaverton, and Wilsonville. Free consultation. Many types of insurance accepted, including OHP.
  • Astrue and Associates – 503-220-0520 Mental health and addictions specialists offering evaluations and individual, family, and group therapy.
  • Avel Gordly Center for Healing – 503-494-4745  A multicultural, adult outpatient treatment clinic offering culturally-specific services for clients identifying with African, African-American, and Southeast Asian cultures. Treats many disorders including depression, anxiety, panic disorder, post-traumatic stress, bipolar and psychotic disorders, substance abuse/dependence, and gambling.
  • Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare – 503-674-7777 Services at three community clinics include mental health case management and counseling services, medication prescribing, and addictions treatment.
  • Cedar Hills Hospital – 503-944-5000 Outpatient services for patients with mental health and chemical dependency problems.
  • 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.
  • DePaul Treatment Centers – 503-535-1151 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.
  • George Fox Behavioral Health Clinic – 503-554-2368 Minimal-cost mental health clinic designed to provide services to the uninsured and underinsured citizens of Yamhill County and the surrounding area.
  • Lewis & Clark Community Counseling Center – 503-768-6320 Counseling and therapy services for individuals of all ages, as well as for couples and families experiencing distress in areas of mental health, addictions, and relationship issues. Sliding scale fee structure ranging from $10 – $50 per session. The initial intake/assessment has a flat rate fee of $15. Counselor and therapist trainees are advanced graduate-level students under the supervision of faculty and licensed professional supervisors.
  • LifeWorks Northwest – 503-645-9010 or (Toll-Free) 888-645-1666 Nonprofit community-based prevention, mental health and addiction services provider agency with sites throughout Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington counties.   Certified and licensed by the state and county MHOs as provider for those with the Oregon Health Plan in all three metro area counties.
  • Lutheran Community Services – 503-231-7480 Outpatient mental health and alcohol and drug program providing individual, couple, and family counseling.  Medicaid (OHP), Medicare, commercial insurances, and sliding fee scale accepted. Addresses the mental health needs of low-income, and/or English-limited individuals and families for whom existing services are inaccessible due to cost, language, and/or cultural barriers.
  • Northwest Catholic Counseling Center – 503-253-0964 Sliding scale counseling and prescribing for children 5 and up, teens, adults, couples, and families.
  • Oregon Psychological Association – 503-253-9155 Maintains an online searchable database of psychologists.
  • OT Solutions – 971-222-8863 Uses neurofeedback to treat ADHD, OCD, addiction, anxiety and insomnia.
  • Pacific University Psychology Clinic – Hillsboro 503-352-7333; Portland 503-352-2400 Low-cost counseling for individuals, couples, children, and families on a wide range of concerns including depression, anxiety, relationship problems, PTSD, and behavioral issues. Group therapy $10/session, private sessions $20-85 depending on income. Students and veterans or active military service members pay $20 per session.
  • Psychology Today Maintains an online searchable database of mental health therapists, psychiatrists, therapy groups and treatment facilities.
  • Providence Psychiatric Intensive Outpatient Program – 503-574-9235 Offered for patients who are no longer in crisis but who need further support to recover from an illness. Available at Providence Portland Medical Center and Providence St. Vincent Medical Center.
  • PSU Community Counseling Clinic – 503-725-4620 Provides low-cost individual, couple, and family counseling for clients who are able to come on a weekly basis, at the same time, for up to 10 weeks. Does not offer medication services or help during a mental health crisis. The cost is $15 per session. Operated by graduate students in counselor education who are supervised by faculty and interns.
  • Sequoia Mental Health Services – 503-591-9280 Provides a wide range of services for residents of Washington County including individual and group therapy, case management, coping skills training, supported employment, subsidized housing, and residential treatment.
  • Western Psychological & Counseling Services – 503-233-5405 Outpatient behavioral health services including evaluations, medication evaluation and management, and individual, group, and family therapy.
  • William Temple House – 503-226-3021 Individual, couple, and family counseling for sliding scale fee of $5 to $30 per session payable in cash at the time of service. No one is turned away for inability to pay.
  • Wise Counsel and Comfort – 503-282-0182 Estimated sliding scale $20-$120. Days, evenings and weekend appointments available. Multiple locations close-in Portland metro: NE, N, NW, SW, SE, plus locations in neighboring communities of Beaverton, Gresham, Lake Oswego, Multnomah Village, and Milwaukie.

Outside Portland

  • Center for Human Development – Union County 541-962-8800 A private not-for-profit organization providing privatized public health and integrated mental health services in Eastern Oregon.
  • Community Counseling Center of Ashland – 541-708-5436 Affordable counseling for adults, couples, families and children. Sliding scale fee of $30-$65. All the counseling performed by interns is overseen by licensed supervisors. Not oriented for crisis situations or addiction problems.
  • Community Counseling Solutions Morrow County 541-481-2911 (Boardman) & 541-676-9161 (Heppner); Wheeler County 541-763-2746; Gilliam County 541-384-2666 (Condon) & 541-454-2223 (Arlington); Grant County 541-575-1466 Offers a wide variety of behavioral health services including individual, family, and group therapy; alcohol and drug treatment; 24/7 crisis intervention services; psychiatric consultation; and medication management, in addition to cooperation with various other organizations including residential treatment and schools.
  • Lifeways – Ontario 541-889-9167; Hermiston 541-567-2536; Pendleton and Milton-Freewater 541-276-6207  Mental health services, including treatment for substance abuse disorders and intellectual and developmental disabilities, for Malheur and Umatilla Counties. Services include psychiatric assessment, medication management, and individual and group therapy.
  • Lutheran Community Services – Locations throughout Oregon 206-901-1685 Outpatient mental health and alcohol and drug program providing individual, couples, and family counseling.  Medicaid (OHP), Medicare, commercial insurances, and sliding fee scale accepted. Addresses the mental health needs of low-income, and/or English-limited individuals and families for whom existing services are inaccessible due to cost, language, and/or cultural barriers.
  • Mid-Columbia Center for Living – Hood River, Sherman, and Wasco counties 541-296-5452 Offers a wide array of services for children and adults.
  • New Directions NW – Baker City 541-523-7400 Mental health, addictions, and developmental disabilities services for adults, children and families, and the elderly in Baker County. Services include crisis intervention, case management, medication management, counseling, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.
  • New Perspectives Center – Salem 503-316-6770 Behavioral health facility with a multidisciplinary team of therapists and nurse practitioners who provide comprehensive services to children, adolescents, adults, and seniors.
  • Northwest Human Services – Salem 503-588-5828 Mental health services for adult patients 18-years-old and above, and adolescents on a case-by-case basis. Services include evaluations; individual, family, and group counseling; case management; and psychiatric medication management.
  • Options for Southern Oregon – Grants Pass 541-476-2373 Nonprofit organization providing mental health services including case management, therapy, supported employment, crisis resolution, and skills training for adults, children, and families.
  • Oregon Psychological Association – Statewide 503-253-9155 Maintains an online searchable database of psychologists.
  • PeaceHealth Medical Group – Eugene/Springfield Outpatient behavioral health services for children, adolescents, adults, and seniors struggling with issues of chemical dependency and/or emotional distress in the Eugene area.
  • Psychiatric Crisis Center – Salem 503-585-4949 Provides crisis intervention services 7 days a week, 24 hours a day for residents of the Mid-Willamette Valley, particularly Marion, Polk, and Yamhill counties. Located on the campus of Salem Hospital.
  • Psychology Today Maintains an online searchable database of mental health therapists, psychiatrists, therapy groups and treatment facilities.
  • Whitebird Clinic – Eugene 541-342-8255 A non-profit human service agency providing multiple services including 24-hour crisis intervention, counseling, alcohol and drug abuse treatment, and a sliding-scale fee dental clinic.