Online and in-person therapeutic support for your child or teen.
Morrison Child and Family Services offers both in-person and virtual mental health services for children, ages 2-18, and their families. We have three clinic locations (Beaverton, Gresham, and Portland) for in-person services and our confidential telehealth services can be accessed on any internet enabled device with video capacity. Please click HERE to learn more about our Outpatient programs.
If you are a Parent/Caregiver:
You can complete our online Intake Screening below and a member of our Central Intake team will contact you to schedule an intake appointment, OR you can contact our Central Intake Department directly at 503.258.4381 to complete the screening process and establish services.
If you are a Referring Partner:
You can refer a child by completing the online Referral Form below or by visiting our Intake and Referral Information Page to download our referral form. Completed referral forms can be faxed to 503-872-0659 or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will follow up with the caregiver once we receive a completed referral form.
Need to Connect Immediately?
Call Outpatient Central Intake at 503.258.4381.
Morrison currently accepts the following insurance for Outpatient Clinic-Based Services:
- Care Oregon (OHP/Oregon Medicaid)
- Pacific Source (OHP/Oregon Medicaid)
- DMAP (Open Card OHP)
- Kaiser (with a prior authorization)
1. Screening Conversation
A member of our Central Intake Department will complete a screening for mental health needs of the child and assist in establishing services with one of our clinicians.
2. First Appointment
In this initial appointment, the assigned clinician will work with both the child and their family to assess for mental health needs, provide a recommendation for services and develop treatment goals.
3. Continuing Therapy
In addressing the child’s unique and individual needs, the clinician will collaborate with the child and their family by providing appropriate services to support the achievement of established treatment goals.