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Behavioral Health

Having a mental illness or a substance use disorder can be difficult. It may impact our relationships, our loved ones and our ability to work. Washington County is here to help.

In Washington County we have a network of community providers who are available to provide support. County staff provide civil commitment services, protective services, and care coordination. Learn more about our services by clicking on the links below:

Behavioral Health Council

The Behavioral Health Council (BHC) serves as an advisory group to the Behavioral Health Division. The council assists the county in identifying community needs and priorities. All members are appointed by the Board of Commissioners. Meeting minutes, bylaws, membership and stakeholder information is on the BHC webpage.


Behavioral Health

5240 NE Elam Young Parkway
Suite 150
Hillsboro, Oregon 97124

Hours and directions

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Washington County breaks ground on new addictions treatment center

Washington County hosted a groundbreaking ceremony at the future home of the Center for Addictions Triage and Treatment (CATT) in Beaverton. The County aims to open this facility by late 2025.