3995 Marcola Rd • Springfield, OR 97477 • 541-726-1465
199 East 5th Avenue, Suite 29, Eugene, OR 97401 • 541-726-1465
1195 NW Wall Street • Bend, OR 97701 • 541-728-0062




The Child Center's Community-based Outpatient Programs focus
on individuals with emotional, behavioral and mental health disorders,
and their families.

Our outpatient programs are for individuals who are experiencing
emotional and behavioral challenges that are having an effect on
their day to day life. They may be experiencing depression or anxiety,
struggling with issues stemming from physical or sexual abuse, or learning to cope with major life transitions.

Our Outpatient Program now offers a Downtown Office in Eugene,
located at 199 E. 5th Street, Suite 29.


Treatment Services
Our outpatient services are based on individualized treatment plans and may include the following:

• Individual therapy

• Safety and crisis planning

• Group therapy

• Care coordination

• Family therapy

• Case management

• School consulation*

• Skills training

• School-based therapy*

• Parenting education

• Wellness services

• Psychiatric services

*These services are only provided to children and adolescents. Consultation is available to each child's school to share treatment information and provide support. Therapy can be provided in a child's school or other community locations convenient to the child or family. Parent involvement in therapy is an important part of treatment for children and adolescents.


Outpatient Program Cost
The cost of services may be covered by a variety of sources. We can bill the Oregon Health Plan as well as most private insurance companies. For individuals who don't have health insurance, our community health workers are available to help you find the best insurance options for you and your family. We also accept direct payment on a sliding scale.

Common Reasons to Seek Services
• Attention Issues
• Anxiety
• School avoidance
• Depression
• Stress
• Anger issues
• Bipolar Disorder
• Aggressive behavior
• Strained personal relationships
• Difficulty adjusting to life changes
• Decline in school grades
• Autism Spectrum Disorder
• Divorce
• Oppositional Behaviors