Are you experiencing a mental health crisis?
We are here to help, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
1118 Oak Street SE
Salem, OR 97301
Summary of Services
Our Psychiatric Care Center (PCC) provides crisis intervention services 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our purpose is to serve any person who is in a mental health crisis and needs immediate intervention. Any person who believes themselves to be in a mental health crisis is eligible to be seen. Examples of a mental health crisis include:
- Suicidal thinking
- Feeling unable to cope with life stressors
- Psychotic behavior
A spectrum of resources is available to our PCC staff when helping people in crisis. Some of these resources include:
- Psychiatric hospitalization
- Crisis respite
- Referrals to long-term outpatient services for counseling
- Connection to a primary care physician
- Psychiatric prescribing services
- Addiction treatment services
Individuals will be evaluated by a Qualified Mental Health Professional who will provide a face-to-face assessment and crisis counseling. We also offer telephone triage, support, and referral. Our Qualified Mental Health Associates help monitor individuals, provide support, and assist in accessing necessary services.
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To report a public health emergency, or make an urgent report of communicable disease, call (503) 588-5621 at anytime.