These services are provided to children and adolescents with acute mental health needs that would benefit from more frequent services or services provided within their home or community. In addition to individual and family therapy, this level of care can involve skills training, case management, medication management, and after-hours crisis response and support. Please note that these services typically require prior authorization from the child’s insurance and may not be available with all insurance coverage.
If you would like to learn more about our community-based services or how to access these services, please contact our Clinical Services Coordinator at 503-258-4393.
For Providers and Community Partners:
If you would like to refer a child to our community-based services, please contact their health insurance provider to determine authorization requirements and confirm coverage for these services.
Morrison partners with local school districts to locate therapists within schools to reduce some of the barriers to accessing treatment. Our school-based therapists can treat all mental health disorders, not just ones that impact school functioning and offer both individual and family therapy. Parent/Caregiver consent and involvement is still required, but this option may be more convenient for many families.
If you would like to learn more about our school-based services or whether these services are available at your child’s school, please contact your child’s school counselor or our Clinical Services Coordinator at 503-258-4393.
For Referring Partners:
School-based referrals are typically made by a school counselor in one of our partnering schools. If you would like to refer a child to our school-based services, please contact their school counselor to confirm our services are offered at the youth’s school and to recommend a referral for our services.