Behavioral Health Services
The Behavioral Health program offers a wide variety of therapy services to tribal members and the surrounding community because our Tribe recognizes that a holistic approach to health and well-being is what helps create a thriving community. Our mental health professionals provide quality care in a comfortable, confidential environment.
- Emotional issues
- Substance abuse
- Depression and anxiety
- Couples therapy
- Family issues
- Parenting/step parenting
- Grief and loss
- School performance
- Job performance
- Career choices
- Retirement issues
- Elder issues
- Domestic violence
- Responsible Gaming
- Spiritual issues
- Child and adolescent counseling
- Referrals to other resources and support services
- Employer/employee mediation
- Tribal Care Licensing
To give honor and respect to tribal customs, holidays and bereavement days, we may occasionally have schedule changes or facility closures. We appreciate your understanding and will be as prompt as possible in notifying you about any changes.
Behavioral Health Services are offered Monday – Thursday from 7:30am – 5pm
Insurance and Payment
We are currently contracted as a Preferred Provider with most of the commercial insurance carriers and networks in the service area, as well as Medicare, Washington Apple Health, and Medicaid Managed Care organizations.
Payment, including insurance co-payments, is expected at the time of service. Please bring your health insurance card with you to your appointment in order to facilitate billing.
This is not an urgent care facility. If you or someone you know has a potentially life threatening illness or injury, please call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room. The Camas Center reserves the right to deny services to anyone.
Contact the Camas Center Clinic
Have a question about our services, appointment availability or insurance acceptance call us at 509-447-7405, or use this form. Have a billing question about your account or to make a payment call 844-752-3027.
Messages sent via the form should not contain personal health information. Call 911 if you have a life-threatening emergency.