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Behavioral Health Services

ShelterCare’s Behavioral Health Services provide mental health support to individuals diagnosed with a mental health condition, and those who may be coping with trauma or stress related to homelessness. Our goal is to help individuals recover, grow, and thrive into a life of independence.All of our services are available on-site at ShelterCare’s main office or, if necessary, can be provided in a consumer’s home or community location. In special circumstances, we may offer payee services to individuals with barriers to independent money management.

When you call or visit ShelterCare’s office, you will be greeted by one of our friendly receptionists who can help answer questions, provide you with information about applying for ShelterCare’s Behavioral Health (BH) Services, and connect you to resources in the community. These are the steps to receiving ShelterCare’s Behavioral Health Services:

Step 1 – Application – Apply for ShelterCare’s BH Services by calling  (541) 505-5188.

Step 2 – Assessment – If your application shows Medicaid/OHP coverage, and a need for behavioral health services, you will be invited to an introductory appointment to see if our program is a good fit for you.

Step 3Screening –  If you qualify for our services, you will immediately begin the first steps to enroll. If you do not qualify, or if you change your mind, we can offer alternative resources which might be able to help.

Step 4 Intake and Assessments/Treatment Plan – Those applicants who qualify during the screening portion of our first meeting will continue their intake into our program. A Behavioral Health specialist will provide you with an assessment and treatment plan. A limited number of assessments are offered weekly and, in special circumstances, expedited assessment may be available.

Step 5 – Ongoing Services – You will continue to meet with your Behavioral Health Specialist on a regular basis, and will have the opportunity to utilize other services including skills training, groups, and case management.

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