The mission of Multnomah County Mental Health and Addiction Services Division (MHASD) is to build and maintain high quality, accessible and culturally competent systems of care for children, youth and adults with a mental illness, emotional or addictive disorder.
Mental Health and Addiction Services
Mental health services to adults, children & families through a system of care that includes community-based services, respite, sub-acute & inpatient care, treatment, and transitional housing.
Mental Health and Addiction Services works with treatment providers and community agencies to help individuals and families in Multnomah County achieve and maintain recovery.
Recovery is a process of change through which individuals improve their health and wellness, live a self-directed life, and strive to reach their full potential.
Two year treatment program for young people who have experienced their first episode of psychosis within the last year and whose symptoms are not caused by a medical condition or substance abuse.
As Oregon implements a new coordinated system for people on the Oregon Health Plan/Medicaid, Multnomah County works to provide care, prevent future issues & improve health outcomes for all residents.
The providers in the mental health and addiction services system of care are key partners of Multnomah County.
Criteria, request forms, and other resources for Multnomah Treatment Fund, a county general funded resource for use on a time-limited basis for uninsured individuals at high-risk of hospitalization.
You can choose from a variety of provider agencies. Check out the Multnomah County Mental Health & Addiction Services provider lists find the right one for you.
24/7 crisis counseling by phone, with translation services for non-English speakers.
Learn how to apply for the Oregon Health Plan. Find information about eligibility, fast-track enrollment and where to find application assistance.