Assisting families and professionals with children's mental and behavioral health
Families who are raising a child with mental health or behavioral challenges deserve access to support and education. Our goal is to assist families and professionals in the referral process and to provide tools in time of need.
Therapy and Counseling Organizations
Local agencies that provide individual, family, or group counseling for children and families. Programs may offer behavioral health services, assessment, treatment, case management, skills training, and medication management. Also support for significant developmental delay and disability in the following areas: speech/language, motor skills, social-emotional, vision and hearing.
Counseling for children/adolescents & adults. Services in Spanish & English.
Full range of out-patient services including mental health assessments, individual/family/group counseling, case management/consultation, skills training, psychiatric assessment and medication management and crisis intervention. Services available to Medicaid eligible clients ages 0-18 and their families.
The Children’s System Change Initiative was implemented across the state of Oregon in October 2005. This broad reorganization of the intensive mental health services for children places responsibility of all levels of care under the Managed Health Organizations. The Managed Health Organization (MHO) in our region, the Mid-Valley Behavioral Care Network (MVBCN) has developed a range […]
Directory of behavioral health care providers for individuals with Oregon Health Plan insurance enrolled with Willamette Valley Community Health. Not all providers service children. Also provides a comprehensive list of medication used as part of children’s treatment strategy. Click on the medication for information on what conditions each medication is used for, potential side effects, […]
24-hr crisis counseling and information. Help with rent, utility, prescription payment, food boxes and trauma debriefing.
Options Counseling and Family provides preservation, behavioral health services, and other family supports to families and individuals. Providers use a family centered approach, in which the family’s knowledge of their own strengths and needs is the primary resource.
The Youth and Family team provides behavioral health treatment and support services to children and families, including transitional age youth (18-21). Our approach matches best practices developed by research and national experts.
Provide special education services for children from newborn to five years of age who meet Oregon’s eligibility guidelines related to significant developmental delay and disability in the following areas: speech/language, motor skills, social emotional, vision, and hearing.
Provides grief support for children 3-18 years.