Our outpatient team provides mental health therapy and support services to people of all ages throughout Lincoln County. 

Providing therapeutic and educational supports to children ages 6-13 that deal with emotional and behavioral challenges. Our staff works collaboratively with families to set goals, work on skills, and help children thrive.


This program strives to help connect Lincoln County residents, particularly members of the Latinx community, to critical resources, including enrollment in Oregon Health Plan. Our Community Health Program staff are bi-lingual (English/Spanish).

An  innovative, outdoor therapy program based in the 8-Shields Model for mentoring. The program focuses on building connection between clients and nature, within their close relationships, and within the community.


Our relief nursery program strives to grow a strong network for families by providing classes, resources, and other critical supports. In working to break down barriers to care, transportation, food and childcare are provided.

Using the EAGALA model of equine-assisted therapy (no riding), this program teams horses with a mental health professional and an equine specialist to help clients through the use of metaphors and skill-building. 


Bravery Center is a safe, welcoming resource and support for members of the LGBTQIA2S+ community  in Lincoln County. Bravery offers support groups, affirming mental health services, social connection, youth leadership opportunities,  as well as other resources.

Olalla Center is offering Spanish classes for adult learners who already speak and understand Spanish, but who come from regions where Spanish is not the first language. 

Classes will be free to learners and delivered via Zoom twice weekly.