Central Oregon's largest private mental health provider

At St. Charles Behavioral Health Services, we diagnose and treat emotional and mental health issues and behavior problems ranging from mild to severe — in a peaceful, safe setting.

Our experienced and compassionate psychologists, social workers and other licensed clinical professionals carefully assess each situation and suggest therapeutic solutions for behavioral care.

We believe that mental health is an important part of total well-being, and we work with you or someone you love to improve chances for recovery.

Mental health disorders we diagnose and treat:

  • Adult and child Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
  • Adult and child Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Anger
  • Anxiety and stress
  • Bipolar disorders
  • Co-occurring substance abuse
  • Depression
  • Grief and loss issues
  • Injury recovery
  • Marital and family issues
  • Parenting issues
  • Psychotic disorders
  • Sexual issues
  • Trauma and abuse

Compassionate care for behavioral health

Family difficulties, career pressures or even a single traumatic event can cause emotional and mental health conditions. A person in crisis may experience anxiety, depression, thought disturbances, loss of self-worth or, in extreme situations, contemplation of self-destructive and suicidal behaviors.

An individual or family experiencing any of the following mental health issues may benefit from caring, professional intervention:

  • Depression
  • Life transition/adjustment disorders
  • Peri-natal and post-partum issues
  • Difficulty concentrating, making decisions or performing routine functions
  • Feelings of increased anxiety and/or isolation

What to expect at your first appointment

At your first appointment with St. Charles Behavioral Health, we'll be gathering information about your past medical and mental health history. We'll assess your current concerns and begin the process of setting goals.

Please arrive 15 minutes early to allow time for filling out the necessary paperwork.

Also please bring:

  • Your insurance information
  • Past mental health or related medical health records
  • Education records if applicable
  • Contact information for other providers involved with your care

The behavioral therapist you'll be working with will also guide you through the intake process. Parents of young patients take note: Please don't bring your child to the first appointment. The provider will want to discuss your concerns thoroughly before working with the child.