We understand that mental health is just as important as physical health and are committed to treating each of our consumers as a whole person with unique needs, concerns, and relationships. Our services include confidential mental health and psychiatric services for children, adolescents, and adults beginning with a comprehensive evaluation and development of a service plan customized to meet individual needs. We offer trauma-informed, evidence-based, and multi-disciplinary treatment for people of all ages. Our mental health services and programs are listed below. Please call 541.883.1030 to get started, learn more about our services, or make a referral.
We provide individualized counseling services and mental health evaluations designed to diagnose and treat specific developmental, emotional, social, behavioral, and/or mental health needs for adults. All service plans are developed and implemented on a personalized basis and may include individual or group therapy and consultation with partner agencies. KBBH is a Trauma-Informed agency and develops unique pathways to care in collaboration with each consumer.
Therapeutic and life skills treatment groups are offered on a variety of behavioral health topics including: Anger Management, Anxiety, Chronic Pain Management, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Communication, Co-Occurring Disorders, Domestic Violence, Grief, Healthy Boundaries, Healthy Relationships, iRest Meditation, Mindfulness, Nurturing Families, Parenting, Peer Support Art Therapy, Safety, Smoking Cessation, Self-Compassion, Trauma Recovery, and Women’s Trauma.
Corrections Based Counseling Services
Our Jail Diversion/Co-occurring Services program is based at Klamath Community Corrections and Klamath County Jail and provides on-site mental health and substance use disorder services. Providers work to divert non-violent offenders who meet mental health diagnosis criteria out of the corrections system and into the appropriate level of mental health care/treatment. Services include substance use disorder screenings and treatment, mental health assessments, psychotherapy, group therapy, crisis assessment, telemedicine psychiatry, case management, and skills training. Providers coordinate and participate in a multi-disciplinary Behavioral Intervention Court programs.
Older Adult Program
Our Older Adult Program offers weekly mental health services at the Klamath Senior Center and by referral. Services include mental health screenings, evaluations, interventions, and referrals. Life-changing events such as medical issues, physical challenges, the death of a loved one, loss of income, or decreased independence become more common as people age. Left unsupported, these events can have a negative impact on mental health and may lead to depression or other mental health challenges.
Peer Support Services
Peer Support Services are available to consumers who are seeking or engaged in recovery from behavioral health challenges. Specialists are individuals who identify as a peer and bring professional training and their own life experiences to assist in removing the barriers and obstacles to sustained recovery. Through a healthy recovery model and social involvement, participants build social and relationship skills, healthy boundaries, positive self-care strategies, life skills, and confidence.
Individualized counseling services and mental health evaluations designed to diagnose and treat specific developmental, emotional, social, behavioral, and/or mental health needs for children 0-18 and their families. All treatment plans are developed and implemented on a personalized basis and may include individual or group therapy and consultation with partner agencies.
Therapeutic, skills building, and parent education treatment groups are offered on a variety of behavioral health topics including Dialectical Behavioral Therapy for Adolescents, Everyday Mindfulness, Independent Living Skills, and LGBTQIA+ Education.
Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)
PCIT is a fun, specialized, evidence-based treatment designed for children between the ages of 2-7 who are experiencing behavioral and or emotional difficulties with their families. Therapists work with the child and caregiver together to provide in-the-moment coaching on behavior management skills and address challenges like defiance, aggression, hyperactivity, anxiety, self-injury, chronic trauma, disrupted attachment, and more. Treatment goals include working together to improve behavior and reduce parenting stress.
Skills Builders work with children and families to provide supportive therapeutic services that enhance their ability to benefit from mental health treatment. Depending on individual needs, services may include specific training in the areas of anger management, social interaction, goal setting, or self-regulation.
Care Navigation services are an added benefit on each individualized treatment team. This service includes care coordination, case management, and skills building to ensure seamless transitions across service arrays including acute, chronic, and behavioral health needs. Care Navigators integrate medical, behavioral, psychiatric and family services, build working relationships, reduce barriers, and complete referrals to internal and external resources. Care Navigators serve consumers as their primary point of contact and participate in team treatment.
The Mobile Crisis Team provides county-wide mental health crisis services 24/7/365 including holidays. Therapists provide a mental health assessment to facilitate connection to the most appropriate community resource. Assessments can be conducted wherever the individual is located at home or in the community, on-site for crisis walk-ins, or at Sky Lakes Medical Center Emergency Department.
Oregon Health Plan applications are based on financial need and can be submitted at any time throughout the year. Our Care Navigators understand the process and are happy to assist our consumers with their application or yearly renewal of benefits.
Board Certified Psychiatrists and Licensed Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioners provide psychiatric evaluations, consultations with community partners, and medication management by appointment, telehealth, or during walk-in hours for children, adolescents, and adults.