4445 SW Barbur Boulevard, Portland, Oregon 97239
for appointments, please call 503-768-6320
for emergencies, please call 911
OPEN HOURS: MONDAY - FRIDAY, 8AM TO 9PM
At the Lewis & Clark Community Counseling Center near downtown Portland, we offer a wide range of counseling and therapy services for individuals of all ages, as well as for couples and families experiencing distress in the areas of mental health, addictions, and relationships issues.
Services for Problem Gambling are also available at this location.
Lewis & Clark Community Counseling Center is committed to supporting social equity by providing easily accessible, culturally informed, and world class treatment. Advanced therapist-trainees provide services under the direct supervision of faculty and licensed supervisors.
We offer evidence-based and innovative services to our clients including:
- individual therapy
- couples therapy
- family therapy
- group therapy
We work with prospective clients to match our services that would best meet client concerns and goals. Still have questions about our services, please call 503-768-6320 and we would be happy to answer any questions you may have about the center.
What We Do Not Provide
Please note the counseling center is not a crisis intervention facility and does not offer medication management (appropriate referrals will be provided). If you are experiencing a mental health crisis please contact the Multnomah County Crisis Line at 503-988-4888.
The cost of counseling is affordable, based on a sliding scale fee structure ranging from $10 - $50 per session. The initial intake/assessment has a flat rate fee of $15. Please click on Rates tab for more information.
The Lewis & Clark Community Counseling Center has built programs to serve the LGBT community—and counselors-in-training.
Lewis & Clark’s Community Counseling Center provides high-quality, affordable counseling to the Portland community.
These informal gatherings are held once a month at our very comfortable and convenient office on Barbur Boulevard, just south of downtown Portland.
In two short videos, director Antonia Mueller and faculty member Pilar Hernandez-Wolfe discuss the community needs addressed by the center, and the importance of culturally competent services when working with community members from diverse backgrounds.
Mental health treatment is expensive. That’s why many people without medical insurance forgo the help they need. But Lewis & Clark Community Counseling Center in Portland keeps costs low, meaning more people will have access to needed treatment.
Please note: The Community Counseling Center is a community resource open to the public and is different from the Lewis & Clark Counseling Service office, which provides support and care to Lewis & Clark students. If you are looking for the Counseling Service office, please visit their website.
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