Mental Health Program

School-Based Program in Eugene, Oregon

School-based mental health programs can improve access to care, allow for early identification and treatment of mental health issues, and may be linked to reduced absenteeism and better mental health outcomes.

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Portland and Vancouver Area School-Based Program

For Schools or to self-refer: Submit our School-based Services Referral Form or contact our Referral Coordinators at (971) 808-3643

LifeStance School Based Program (SBP) is committed to providing quality, professional, and consistent therapeutic services to schools, while removing any barriers for students and families by placing therapists inside of the school. School Based services are billed through OHP and most insurance plans. LifeStance works in collaboration with the school staff and administration to develop a cohesive model of care for each school.

Why a School-Based Program?

By providing services within the school environment, students have quick and easy access to licensed behavioral health providers. In addition, services can be coordinated between the therapist and school personnel such as the school counselor, teacher, or administration, while maintaining appropriate confidentiality.

What services are provided?

Services begin with an assessment to determine the student’s needs. Psychotherapy is effective in treating most mental health conditions. The therapist may provide these services at the school. Parents are involved in the treatment process and often asked to join sessions or meet with the therapist alone. If psychiatric medications are indicated, the therapist may refer the student for specialty care or collaborate with the student’s pediatrician. The therapist may also recommend services in the community to address special needs.

To get registered for the School-Based Program in Eugene, Oregon

To get registered for the School-Based Program in Eugene, Oregon

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What is the difference between a School Counselor and a School-Based Therapist?

School Counselors focus on student academic success, developing student academic program plans, counseling students regarding challenges related to attendance or school participation, collaborating with school personnel to promote student success, and analyzing/interpreting information related to academic engagement.

School-Based Therapists focus on addressing mental health or substance use issues. These include conditions such as depression, anxiety, PTSD, ADHD, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, substance use issues. Without a school-based therapist, these services are referred out to providers in the community.

Starting services

A student may be referred by the school or parent. Contact the School Counselor who can facilitate access to care or contact our Referral Coordinator at (971) 808-3643. You can use our School-based Services Referral Form to initiate care.

For the first appointment, students are asked to bring completed  paperwork. These are listed in our Forms section under the “Mental Health for Adolescents & Children (under 18) section as “Complete and Bring.” A student who is 14 years of age or older may consent to treatment on their own. If a student is younger than 14, the Informed Consent and Privacy Practices and Signature Page need to be signed by the parent and brought to the first appointment.

For more information about School-Based services:

Contact the Program Director, Angela Caiazza by email [email protected] or by phone at (503) 686-4970.

School-based Services Referral Form

To learn more or register for our School-Based Program services provided at select locations, please complete the form below or call at: (971) 808-3643. You will be contacted with more information from a member of our intake team.

To get registered for the School-Based Program in Eugene, Oregon

To get registered for the School-Based Program in Eugene, Oregon

971-808-3643

Participating Locations

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LifeStance Health Therapists & Psychiatrists at 44 Club Rd, STE 200

Eugene

44 Club Rd, STE 200
Eugene, OR 97401
LifeStance Health Therapists & Psychiatrists at 18765 SW Boones Ferry Rd, Suite 100

Tualatin

18765 SW Boones Ferry Rd, Suite 100
Tualatin, OR 97062
LifeStance Health Therapists & Psychiatrists at 12636 SE Stark St, Plaza 125, Building J

Portland

12636 SE Stark St, Plaza 125, Building J
Portland, OR 97233
LifeStance Health Therapists & Psychiatrists at 4224 NE Halsey, Suite 335

Portland

4224 NE Halsey, Suite 335
Portland, OR 97213
LifeStance Health Therapists & Psychiatrists at 3500 NE MLK Blvd, Suite 200

Portland

3500 NE MLK Blvd, Suite 200
Portland, OR 97212
LifeStance Health Therapists & Psychiatrists at 9600 SW Oak St, Suites 500 & 520

Tigard

9600 SW Oak St, Suites 500 & 520
Tigard, OR 97223
LifeStance Health Therapists & Psychiatrists at 2525 NW Lovejoy Street

Portland

2525 NW Lovejoy Street
Portland, OR 97210
LifeStance Health Therapists & Psychiatrists at 5 Centerpointe Drive, Suite 320

Lake Oswego

5 Centerpointe Drive, Suite 320
Lake Oswego, OR 97035
LifeStance Health Therapists & Psychiatrists at 8280 NE Mauzey Ct

Hillsboro

8280 NE Mauzey Ct
Hillsboro, OR 97124
LifeStance Health Therapists & Psychiatrists at 10151 SE Sunnyside Road, Suite 480

Clackamas

10151 SE Sunnyside Road, Suite 480
Clackamas, OR 97015
LifeStance Health Therapists & Psychiatrists at 1700 NW Civic Drive, Suite 310

Gresham

1700 NW Civic Drive, Suite 310
Gresham, OR 97030
LifeStance Health Therapists & Psychiatrists at 880 SE 82nd Drive, Building A

Gladstone

880 SE 82nd Drive, Building A
Gladstone, OR 97027
LifeStance Health Therapists & Psychiatrists at 4185 SW Research Way, Suite 110

Corvallis

4185 SW Research Way, Suite 110
Corvallis, OR 97333
LifeStance Health Therapists & Psychiatrists at 1500 NW Bethany Blvd, Suite 310 and 320

Beaverton

1500 NW Bethany Blvd, Suite 310 and 320
Beaverton, OR 97006
LifeStance Health Therapists & Psychiatrists at 9755 SW Barnes Rd

Portland

9755 SW Barnes Rd
Portland, OR 97225

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