Mental health care in Oregon/SW Washington

Your mind and body are connected. Your thoughts and feelings affect your overall well-being — and we’re committed to helping you stay mentally, physically, and emotionally healthy.

If you’re a Kaiser Permanente member in Washington who lives outside the Vancouver/Longview area, learn more about our care and services in your area.

How to get mental health services

We’ll help you find the right support and connect you to the care you need. 

  • For an on-site, team-based mental health consultation coordinated by your primary care provider, call 1-800-813-2000.
  • To schedule a mental health evaluation, call 503-249-3434 or 1-855-632-8280.
  • For emergency psychiatric services, including thoughts of suicide, call 1-866-453-3932.

If you need immediate help for a psychiatric emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.*

If you have care needs related to your background or culture, please let us know so we can work together to find the right care for you.

What is mental health? 

Mental health is how you’re feeling emotionally and psychologically. Just like physical health, sometimes things can go wrong. We recognize that background and culture play a large part in one’s mental health, which is why we work with you to develop a care plan that meets your specific needs.

When feelings become so overwhelming that you’re unable to function normally or live your desired life, it may mean you’re experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition and that it’s time to seek support.

Services and support

We provide care in many ways — from help resolving a crisis and stabiliizing a new condition to assistance managing more chronic conditions. You can also get a consultation with primary care anytime. As your partner in health, we offer a range of treatment options, so we can work with you to determine what options are right for your specific needs.

  • Addiction and recovery services
  • Autism assessment centers
  • Classes 
  • Clinical evaluation
  • Counseling and therapy
  • Crisis intervention 
  • Depression and anxiety tools
  • Individual therapy
  • Medication management
  • Mental health screenings and consultations in primary care
  • Suicide prevention
  • Virtual assessments
  • Sleep support tools

Caring providers

Our team of compassionate care providers is skilled in promoting hope and working with you to reach your goals:

  • Physicians
  • Nurse Practitioners
  • Physician Assistants
  • Nursing and Medical Assistants
  • Psychologists and Therapists
  • Behavioral Health Clinicians
  • Social Workers
  • Case Managers
  • Health Educators

Self-care wellness resources

Your care extends beyond therapy, medication, and treatment. Take advantage of many things you can do on your own to support a healthy balance of mind, body, and spirit.