Adult Outpatient Mental Health

Adult Behavioral Health

Benton County provides mental health services using a care team model to provide outpatient care for Benton County Residents. We offer array of services that focus on best practice therapies and treatment.

To find out if you are eligible for Benton County Behavioral Health services, please call 541-766-6835.

Once enrolled, services may include:

  • Assessment
  • Client-Centered Service Planning
  • Individual Therapy
  • Skills Training
  • Group Therapy
  • Case Management
  • Peer Specialist Support
  • Psychiatric Services
  • Medication Management
  • Referrals
  • Care Coordination to higher levels of care

Residential Care

For those needing additional supports, residential care may be offered. Residential Care is more intensive to support day to day living. Individuals utilizing this level of care must be enrolled and referred from a Qualified Mental Health Professional.


We specialize in serving Benton County residents with severe and persistent mental illness and Oregon Health Plan. We also serve eligible uninsured individuals and some private insurance. Reduced fees are available based on income levels and eligibility. For individuals interested in mental health services, please call 541-766-6835.

Getting Help

In mental health crisis now? Call our 24/7 local crisis phone line: 1-888-232-7192

Text OREGON to 741-741 for 24/7, confidential free crisis counseling

Mental Health emergency line: 9-8-8

If there is an emergency, please call 911 or go to your local Emergency Room (ER)

Pre-Commitment Services

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

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