Through our Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program, CCMH offers a wide variety of services for individuals who live with severe and persistent mental illnesses through an evidence-base program to support illness management & recovery, case management, medication management, respite services, and housing options. The Psychiatric Rehabilitation department works hard to help individuals move towards their goals of community-based living, employment, education and self-advancement.
The Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program serves adults with severe and persistent mental illnesses in an evidence-based program including:
- Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
- Illness Management & Recovery
- Case Management
- Medication Management
- Respite Services
- Supported Employment
- Jail Diversion
We believe that in order for recovery to take place, the culture of mental services must be based on:
- Relationship Empowerment
- Full participation of consumers in work and community life
- An active involvement in eliminating stigma and discrimination
With this in mind, the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Department offers a wide variety of services specifically designed to support individuals with serious mental illness move toward their goals of community-based living, employment, education and self advancement.
- Residential Treatment Facilities
- Supported Housing Apartments
- Assistance Locating Independent Housing
Supported Housing: All apartments have 2 bedroom units where residents are paired to enhance the skills of one another. On-site managers continue to assist residents in skill development to gain their final independence level, community living.
Cornerstone & Alternatives: have continuous staffing where our goal is to assist residents in gaining the highest level of independence for their willingness and capabilities.
No one plans for a crisis; they happen, and we are here to help you.
We have trained professionals standing by to assist you or someone you know. Please call us, anytime of the day or night.
24 Hour Crisis Intervention
58646 McNulty Way
St. Helens, OR 97051
Phone and Walk-In Services Available
To report the abuse of a child, please contact:
DHS Child Abuse Hotline
To report the abuse of an adult with developmental disabilities, mental health concerns, or psychiatric needs, please contact:
Adult Abuse Investigator
(503) 438 2195
If at any time you feel an individual is being hurt or is in immediate danger, please call 911