Deschutes County Stabilization Center
The Deschutes County Stabilization Center (DCSC) serves children and adults who are in need of short-term, mental health crisis assessment and stabilization but do not require the medical capabilities of an acute care hospital or longer-term residential care. The DCSC welcomes individuals to walk in when they are experiencing a mental health crisis, or they can be referred by local law enforcement and other community partners.
The Stabilization Center provides a wide array of crisis services to the community including crisis walk-in appointments, adult respite services, Forensic Diversion Programs, peer support, and more.
Non-Emergency: (541) 585-7210
24 hour Crisis Line: (541) 322-7500 ext. 9
Jefferson County BestCare Behavioral and Mental Health Programs
BestCare is pleased to be the contracted community mental health program in Jefferson and Crook County. BestCare’s outpatient mental health programs provide mental health assessments and counseling services to children, families, and adults. Their mental health clinical teams include mental health clinicians, case managers, wraparound coordinators, and skills trainers. Psychiatry, including evaluation, medication management, and nursing support is also an integral part of our mental health clinical services. We offer several mental health treatment groups, including weekly gender-specific DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy) groups. Crisis intervention is also offered.
Crook County Mental Health
|BestCare is Crook County’s designated community mental health provider.BestCare creates a safe, comfortable and familiar environment that helps you make the changes you need to live a life of healthy recovery. BestCare is committed to providing addiction treatment services for adults 18 and over throughout Oregon. Their goal is to help you or a loved one achieve abstinence and independence from addiction while improving the overall quality of life and relationships. |
Find Treatment – Contact BestCare: (541) 323-5330
School-Based Health Center – Crook Kids Clinic
Health Centers like Crook County School-Based Health Center accept all individuals regardless of their ability to pay. All payer mixes: those uninsured, underinsured, and self-pay are welcome. Health Centers provide services that include but are not limited to treatment when you’re sick, pregnancy care, dental care, normal checkups, mental health, substance abuse help, and more.
The clinic is located next to Pioneer High School on 1st Street. They accept walk-ins when available.
Crooks Kids Clinic
757 E 1st St
Prineville, OR 97754
Call to make an appointment: (541) 447-5664