Walk-In Clinic

Youth* (age 0-17) Walk-in Intake Clinic Schedule

Mondays 9am-11am and Thursdays 3pm-5pm

*Youth clients seeking Drug and Alcohol assessment/services use Adult Walk-In Intake Clinic, please.

  • Call 503-397-5211 if these days/times don’t work for you; scheduled intakes are available on a limited basis.
  • Slots are filled on a first come first serve basis; it is recommended you arrive approximately 30 minutes before clinic hours to complete paperwork.
  • No one will be denied access to services due to inability to pay. CCMH offers a discounted/sliding fee schedule based on family size and income for Oregon residents. (link to sliding scale on forms page)
  • Commercial insurance and Medicare are accepted on a limited, case-by-case basis. We recommend you check with your insurance prior to arrival to determine in-network coverage.

Adult (age 18+) Walk-In Intake Clinic Schedule

Mondays and Tuesdays 1pm-3pm

Thursdays 9am-11am

No one plans for a crisis; they
happen, and we are here to
help you.

We have trained professionals standing by to assist you or someone you know. Please call us, anytime of the day or night.

Phone or community based crisis support available at:
Crisis winding road

Report Abuse

*If at any time you feel an individual is being hurt or is in
immediate danger, please call 911

Child Abuse

To Report child abuse,

Contact Us:

Report child abuse to the Oregon Child Abuse Hotline by calling 855-503-7233 .The Oregon Child Abuse Hotline receives calls 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

This toll free number allows you to report abuse of any child or adult to the Oregon Department of Human Services. You can also report child abuse by calling a local police department, county sheriff, county juvenile department, or Oregon State Police.

Abuse of an adult

Abuse of an Adult,

Contact Us:

To report the abuse of an adult please contact our Adult Abuse Investigator at (503) 438-2195

Hope and Healing Begin Today

Columbia Community Mental Health is a
non-profit agency dedicated to excellence in behavioral healthcare.

This moment right now might be difficult, but there’s a lifetime of better moments to
look forward to. It takes courage to ask for help – and sometimes the
problem isn’t always clear.