Behavioral Health - Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center
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Behavioral Health

Yellowhawk’s Behavioral Health Department offers an extensive menu of trauma-informed and culturally responsive mental health services, substance use treatment and prevention programming.

Our services include Telehealth which lets you to stay in the comfort and safety of your own home while speaking with your provider. All you need is a valid email address and a computer or a mobile device, such as a smart phone or pad, to access healthcare services.

  • Outpatient mental health services for children, youth, adults, and families including; walk-in crisis response, pediatric and adult tele-psychiatry and medication management
  • School-based mental health counseling for children and youth
  • Neqce ece Qapsqapsnaawit (Family Strength) Program offering intensive wrap
    around, community-based services for children, youth and families; including mentor and skills trainers
  • Mental health and substance use disorder services available within primary care medical homes
  • Problem Gambling Program
  • Acu-Detox: auricular acupuncture to address symptoms of withdrawal, depression, anxiety, pain
  • Substance Use Disorder services: including assessment, outpatient treatment, referral to inpatient treatment, Peer Recovery Mentoring, Connections App, and DUII Program licensed by State of Oregon
  • Afterhours, weekend and early morning hours prevention programming, events, and activities provided on a variety of topics to a variety of ages
  • Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Promotion trainings: including Question, Persuade, Refer, Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training, and Mental Health First Aid
  • Community and stakeholder engagement through coalitions, workgroups, and committees
  • Culture based and focused prevention programming, events, activities, trainings
  • Horse Medicine – Preserving horse tradition and culture through healing and support
  • Trauma-informed awareness, prevention, and outreach training and facilitated discussions

PHONE: (541) 240-8695

HOURS: Monday through Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
After hours, weekend, and early hours for some programming

For immediate assistance with a crisis, please call:  1 (800) 273-TALK (8255)