Get Help

Luke-Dorf is a healing community. We are committed to individualized, person-centered mental health services. Our approach to care prioritizes well-being, independence and self-sufficiency. We work with clients from a place of compassion and understanding on their unique path to sustainable recovery. Resources are available for a range of adult mental health services, as well as related housing needs, income and employment assistance, substance abuse treatment, physical health needs, peer supports, and more. 

If mental illness impacts your life, or the life of someone you care about, speak with our staff about how Luke-Dorf can best support you: 

call 503-726-3742 or contact us online.  


What to expect?

We’re here to support you. When you call, you’ll speak with an experienced staff member who will talk to you about your unique circumstances and current needs. During this phone call, we will help you initially assess whether Luke-Dorf is well-suited to meet your needs and which programs will potentially be a good fit.  We will schedule an appointment to discuss options in more detail and begin to create a plan of action. Our staff are knowledgeable about the many different resources in our community. If it turns out that Luke-Dorf is not the right agency to support you, our staff will do our best to help you identify other supports

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Our goal is to respond to all inquiries as quickly as possible. If you’re currently in crisis, please don't wait, be sure to call 911 or your county crisis line right away.


Looking for housing?

Luke-Dorf operates several housing programs.
The majority are designed specifically for individuals living with serious and persistent mental illness. Once you are enrolled in our services, our experienced staff will help you to navigate housing resources, including those operated by our agency and throughout the community, and figure out which is best suited for you.

If you are homeless and need immediate access to shelter/housing, please contact the following resources:

  • Multnomah County: 
    Dial 211 or visit 211info.org
  • Washington County:
    Community Connect
    (503) 640-3263

Luke-Dorf is a member of the Fair Housing Council of Oregon, ensuring equal access to housing and protecting against illegal housing discrimination.


Looking for Substance Abuse Support?

Because mental illness and substance abuse are often related, Luke-Dorf offers evidence-based Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment to help clients work through these challenges simultaneously. Luke-Dorf does not provide in-patient drug and alcohol treatment. When you call for mental health services, our staff will ask if you have related substance abuse treatment needs.

503-726-3742

Having a Mental Health Emergency?

If you’re in a mental health crisis, please don’t wait. Call 911 or your county crisis line right away:

Multnomah County
Crisis Line:

(503) 988-4888

Washington County
Crisis Line:

(503) 291-9111