See our COVID-19 update page for information on changes to our services and hours of operation.

COVID-19 UPDATES

We All Need Help Sometimes.

If this is your time, Cascadia is here. Our services include comprehensive assessment and treatment planning, individual and group counseling, case management, skills training, consultation, supported employment, supported education and medication management. Evidence-based, multi-disciplinary treatment for people of all ages with mental health, addiction, and dual-diagnosis issues.

Referrals welcome from individuals, families, medical providers, Multnomah County Court including (DUII, FIT), DHS (children and families), Department of Criminal Justice (probation, post-prison supervision), Community Court, Mental Health Court, and others. Programs are designed for people of diverse cultural backgrounds and include specialized programs.

Adult Services

Cascadia provides a variety of health services to assist adults in improving their quality of life and managing their mental health symptoms. The adult program provides whole health care, including on-site primary care in addition to behavioral health treatment. We work with our clients by assessing their needs and developing a treatment plan which may include evidence-based individual and group therapy and medication management. We also provide case management, support focused on advocacy, community referrals and additional resources for success including supported employment.

Older Adult Services

Support is here for aging adults and adults with medical conditions. Cascadia provides a variety of health services to assist adults in improving their quality of life and managing their mental health symptoms. With our whole health care approach, we will work with our clients by assessing their needs and developing a treatment plan which may include evidenced-based individual and group therapy, and medication management. We also provide case management support focused on advocacy, community referrals and providing additional resources for success.

Child & Family Services

Cascadia provides outpatient services to children and their families, with a focus on strengthening families from diverse backgrounds. Our staff understands and values the role of families in creating a healthier community. Our clinical practice is respectful of culture and diversity, is family-centered and trauma-informed.

Millions of American children live with depression, anxiety, ADHD, autism spectrum disorders, or a host of other mental health challenges.

Counseling helps improve skills for coping with life’s stressors and challenges and develops a sense of empowerment. It can also pinpoint specific issues while learning new ways to interact as a family. By working with you, we can help set individual and family goals and help you achieve them.

Our goal is to ensure family health and safety, as well as parent engagement in services.

Specialty Mental Health

Update due to COVID-19 (posted 3/23/20)

Clients in these programs have high acuity and need community supports to stay safe. While the sites are currently closed, program staff will still provide phone support to ensure clients are able to get medications, medical treatment and basic needs are being met. Face-to-face services will be reserved for the highest acuity and those who cannot be reached by phone. Referrals will be reviewed and evaluated to determine the safest way to screen and assess each new potential client. 

Cascadia’s Behavioral Healthcare’s Forensic Assertive Community Treatment (FACT) program assists individuals who experience serious mental health challenges and need special guidance in major life areas such as employment, relationships, housing, and physical health and wellness.

Our program is contracted with Multnomah County and Health Share of Oregon, and assists individuals who experience the most severe symptoms of mental illness and the greatest level of functional impairment, and have not been successful in traditional outpatient, clinic-based services. Individuals appropriate for the program have had frequent hospitalizations or crisis services; experience chronic homelessness and inability to maintain a safe or stable living situation; and have significant impairment performing basic daily living tasks.  Additionally, they have had repeated criminal justice involvement, such as frequent police contact, arrests, and detention or incarceration, and have been assesse