Our Impact

Behavioral Health

Achieving health and well being for a better life

Better lives mean better communities. So we partner with thousands of people as they make their journeys from addiction, trauma and mental health issues to recovery, hope and happiness.

We offer counseling services, drug and alcohol treatment and prevention programs, and support and advocacy for victims of crime and sexual assault. Our staff is as diverse and multicultural as the people we serve. We work collaboratively with community partners to leverage the resources our clients need to recover, heal and thrive. Services vary by region.

Clinical mental health counseling can be accessed in Vancouver, Portland, Beaverton, North Puget Sound, Tri-Cities, SpokaneYamhill County, Astoria, Central Oregon and Klamath Falls.

Substance abuse treatment services are offered at Klamath Falls and Central Oregon locations.

Cross-cultural counseling services for refugees and immigrants are available at Portland, Beaverton, Vancouver and North Puget Sound (Kent and SeaTac) locations. In addition, North Puget Sound provides services for asylum seekers.

Counseling and advocacy services for victims of sexual assault, trafficking and other trauma are available through our Spokane office.

Crime victim support is offered in Portland, Vancouver and Spokane.

Psychiatric day treatment services for children with mental health or behavioral problems is provided in Central Oregon at our Terrebonne location.

You are welcome here.
We offer services without regard to race, ethnicity, national origin, religious belief, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, ability, military or veteran status, source of income or political affiliation.

Upcoming Events


Breaking Down Barriers in Prineville

This dynamic duo is breaking down barriers for children and families needing behavioral health services by bringing their care into schools. Read the story.

Taking on Life’s Challenges in the Tri-Cities

If you met him on the street, Oliver would greet you with a warm smile. But underneath, he struggles. Oliver has overcome some tough challenges and he shares his story.

Finding the Road to Recovery

It took Amber Avitable 20 years to find the road to recovery. It wasn’t easy to find, but now she believes in herself. Read Amber’s story.

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