Neil Falk, M.D.
Associate Medical Director
Dr. Falk graduated with high distinction from the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor Campus) with a B.S. in Psychology, as well as an M.D. He completed a residency in Psychiatry at Oregon Health and Sciences University, where he served as Chief Resident, and has been involved in the Multnomah County community mental health system since 1992, working at many levels of the system including outreach work, crisis intervention, urgent care, inpatient and outpatient services, residential care, administration, and academia.
He has been recognized both locally and nationally for his work, and has served as a consultant to both local and state departments of behavioral health and addictions. In addition to his work at Cascadia, he also is clinical faculty, and Assistant Director of the nationally recognized Public Psychiatry Training Program at Oregon Health and Sciences University. He also works as the main psychiatrist for the Multnomah County EASA program, providing clinical services for 15-25 year old clients experiencing first episodes of psychosis. Throughout his work, he has striven to create cooperation and collaboration between all stakeholders in the public mental health system.