CCMH Creekside Center


58646 McNulty Way

St. Helens, OR 97051

Phone: (503) 397-5211

(800) 294-5211

Fax: (503) 397-5373

Hours: Monday-Friday

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Children’s Services

Services Coordination

A services coordinator provides assistance in identifying, accessing, and coordinating services and assures the delivery of services and supports required by an individual with a developmental disability.

Residential Services

Residential programs including proctor and foster care settings provide services in neighborhood settings for individuals who require care, supervision, support and training beyond what a family can provide. Programs include room and board, assuring medical needs, behavior management, assistance with money management and participation in community and leisure time activities.

Crisis Intervention

Crisis services may be available for children who are at risk of institutionalization or children at risk of out-of-home placement. Services may be provided in the form of placement at a crisis bed, funding for additional supports in the existing service placement, including in the family home, training, technical assistance or other interventions.


Mobility training or transportation services may be provided for individuals for which standard transportation sources are not available or cannot be accessed.

Family Support Funding

Family Support is a short term individualized planning and service coordination for children, arranging for services and supports to be provided that would enable a child to remain in or return to the family home.

Long Term Diversion

Long term diversion is a long terem individualized planning and service for children in their family homes. Supports may include respite, in-home support, community inclusion, and behavior consultation to be utilized in the family home to ensure a stable family environment.

Advocacy at Individual Education Program (IEP) Meetings

A services coordinator can be present at IEP meetings to assist in advocation of student rights and entitled services through the respective district and helping to identify outside resources as necessary to aide in educational development.


A variety of trainings are offered locally and within the regional co-operative ranging from behavior management to financial management to guardianship processes.