Reach out anytime at  541-942-3939


Update on our services as they relate to COVID-19:

  • In an effort to contain the spread of COVID-19, effective immediately and until further notice, South Lane Mental Health now offers non-critical services via to Teleheatlh (video-calls) and/or phone sessions.
  • In addition to our Telehealth services, we are now conducting some services in person.  Your individual therapist will notify you of any change for the services we provide for you. 
  • If you are not yet a client please call our main number: 541-942-3939 for first appointment scheduling and other questions .
  • SLMH will also maintain over the phone crisis response and referral.  Please call: 541-942-3939
  • Clients without phones will need to access crisis services via the Cottage Grove Peace Health Hospital Emergency Department.  Please be aware that the Cottage Grove Hospital and Clinics are screening people at the door for signs of infectious disease.  Their address is 1515 Village Drive.
  • SLMH will continue all critical day to day services including our BRC Foster Home and Assertive Community Treatment Team in a face-to-face fashion.

We thank you for your patience and understanding during these challenging times, and please know that SLMH will be here for you throughout!

Youth Services:

All school-based services are through telehealth at this time.  Referrals for our school-based program come through the individual schools.  If you are interested in school-based services for your youth, please speak to their teacher or guidance counselor to begin the referral process. Our therapists currently assist youth in the following schools:

Cottage Grove Head Start

Bohemia Elementary

Harrison Elementary

Al Kennedy

Cottage Grove High School

Pleasant Hill High School & Middle School

Creswell High School

Video Explaining Telehealth For Youth

Here are the latest rules and laws concerning face coverings, social distancing, etc., in the state of Oregon: 

Governor Brown’s latest update

Senior Loneliness Hotline:

Connecting with people can keep you healthy. Nearly 1 in 5 adults over the age of 50 is at risk of social isolation, and of course more than that with the quarantine currently in place. This may lead to loneliness. Any aging adult who is experiencing loneliness, isolation, depression or anxiety can benefit from a confidential phone call with Senior Loneliness specialists. Sometimes knowing there is someone who cares and wants to listen can be of great help. 800-282-7035

Covid-19 Moments:

Our community is facing unprecedented times and South Lane Mental Health would like to offer tools and strategies to cope with the stress and pressures associated with the Oregon’s Shelter in Place regulations.  South Lane Mental Health Moments – Restoring Hope, Renewing Lives – One Moment at a Time – are short videos designed for kids, teens and adults.  They are created by our team at SLMH and offer unique strategies to help our community cope with the stress and anxiety associated with this pandemic. Click on the asterisk, then scroll to the bottom of the page to view these self help videos: 

Hang in there, folks.  We are almost through it and can see the light at the end of this very long tunnel.  The vaccines are being distributed and herd immunity is forthcoming.  It is going to be o.k.

*This page is  updated  as information changes, so please check back periodically.

Thank you.

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