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Multnomah County Call Center: (503) 988-4888
Washington County Crisis Line: (503) 291-9111
Marion County Crisis Line: (503) 585-4949
Clackamas County Crisis Line: (503) 655-8585
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Our services include mental health case management and counseling services, medication prescribing, and addictions treatment. We also provide transitional and permanent housing for people with psychiatric disabilities.
Call Cascadia Access, Information & Referral (CAIR)
Hours: Monday through Friday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Depending on your needs, preferences and eligibility, we may offer you an appointment at one of our community clinics. Currently we provide services at these locations:
Visit Cascadia’s Urgent Walk-In Clinic. Open 7 days a week from 7 a.m. – 10:30 p.m. 2415 SE 43rd Ave., Portland, OR 97206 (entrance is at the corner of SE Division and 42nd Ave.) Please fax records requests to our Central Records Department at (503) 236-7166.
Please call (503) 239-5952. Treatment is free for gamblers and their family members or significant others. More information on Problem Gambling Treatment
Please call (503) 230-9654. Sliding fee slots available to those who qualify as well as many insurance plans accepted, including OHP. Also contact Access to Recovery (ATR) to find out about treatment vouchers that can be used at Cascadia.