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Outpatient Services

Our Mental Health Therapists work with children and adolescents ages 2-18 with a variety of mental health disorders such as ADHD, depression, anxiety, and disruptive behavior. We provide support and treatment for children who’ve experienced abuse, neglect, and other traumatic experiences. Substance use treatment is also available when needed.

We always start by acknowledging that each youth and family has their own unique background, history, identity, and culture and believe that this understanding is the first step in forming a strong therapeutic relationship and a foundation for successful treatment. We work with each youth and their family or support system to create a treatment plan that addresses symptoms and concerns while developing strengths and building resilience.

Outpatient services can include individual and/or family therapy, psychiatric assessment, medication management, case management, and parent education.

Community-Based Outpatient Services

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.

School-Based Outpatient 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.

To access services or make a referral

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Contact us by phone: 503-258-4381 or email:

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Locations

Mental Health & Substance Use Treatment services are provided at our four clinics:

Gresham

831 NW Council Drive, Suite 300
Gresham, OR 97030

(503) 258-4600 Main
(503) 667-2580 Fax

Beaverton

15455 NW Greenbrier Pkwy, Suite 200
Beaverton, OR 97006

(503) 258-4495 Main
(503) 350-0415 Fax

Milwaukie

4105 SE International Way, Suite 505
Milwaukie, OR 97222

(503) 258-4545 Main
(503) 303-4610 Fax

Portland

1507 NE 122nd
Portland, OR 97230

Main: (503) 258-4555
Fax: (503) 493-2656

Central Intake
Main: (503) 258-4381
Fax: (503) 872-0659

Telehealth services are available at the client’s request; however, most children and families are best served by in-person appointments.

Language Accessibility

Services are provided in English. Services may be available in Spanish or other languages at some locations. Phone or in-person interpreter services can be arranged for most languages.

Insurance Accepted

  • Care Oregon (OHP/Oregon Medicaid)
  • Pacific Source (OHP/Oregon Medicaid)
  • Trillium Community Health Plan (OHP/Oregon Medicaid)
  • DMAP (Open Card OHP)
  • Moda
  • Kaiser
  • Providence
  • Regence Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Pacific Source

Records Requests

For information on records requests for your child, yourself (if over 14 years old), or your client, please visit our Contact Us page.

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Contact

11035 NE Sandy Boulevard
Portland, OR 97220

Main Tel. 503-258-4200

Tax ID: 93-0354176

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Morrison Child & Family Services provides culturally responsive, anti-oppressive mental health and substance use disorder treatment, support, and prevention services to children, youth, and families who are working through the effects of systemic racism, trauma, poverty, abuse, neglect, or other mental health needs. Tax ID: 93-0354176

The Morrison Foundation partners with the community to sustain and expand financial support for Morrison Child and Family Services’ programming. Tax ID: 81-4453786

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