Adult Behavioral Health
Our program includes outpatient services for adults with mental and emotional disturbances; alcohol and drug abuse treatment for adults; treatment for the severely and persistently mentally ill; and 24-hour crisis services.
Benton County provides mental health services using a care team model to adult Benton County residents who have a major mental illness. We offer array of services that focus on best practice therapies and treatment. Services we provide are:
- Individual Therapy
- Group Therapy
- Case Management
- Medication Management
- Peer Specialist Support
- Client-Centered Service Planning
- Psychiatric Services
- Assertive Community Treatment
- Crisis Services
We specialize in serving Benton County residents with major mental illness and Oregon Health Plan. We also serve eligible uninsured individuals with some types of private insurance. Reduced fees are available based on income levels and eligibility. For individuals interested in an assessment to determine eligibility, please call 541-766-6835. If eligible, you will receive a same day appointment.
We assist families, friends, or agencies in determining whether a person meets the legal criteria for involuntary commitment and treatment. Persons who meet the criteria are those who have a mental disorder, are unwilling to seek voluntary treatment and, as a result of their mental disorder, are dangerous to themselves or others, or are unable to provide their own basic needs.
We will provide:
- Consultation to relatives, friends, the community, social service agencies, and law enforcement regarding involuntary commitment.
- Hospital screening and crisis intervention 24 hours a day at clinics or hospital emergency rooms.
- Information regarding alternatives to commitment
- Liaison to the court and Benton County psychiatric units