When you call Riverview Center for Growth seeking services, a member of our administrative staff will greet you, gather some basic information, create a file in our electronic records system, and send you our client handbook, along with some paperwork for you to review and sign. You will then be connected with an intake specialist who will talk with you about the reasons you’re seeking services. Based on the information provided, and if services are considered appropriate, our intake specialist will schedule an assessment as soon as possible. Call 541-726-1465 or request services using our online Intake Form.
Parents and legal guardians, extended family members, teachers, therapists, doctors and other medical professionals, as well as representatives of public agencies, such as DHS, who would like to refer someone for assessment can also complete our online Intake Form.
Riverview Center for Growth manages Lane County’s crisis response program, which provides support and help to parents and caregivers when a child or teen is experiencing a mental health crisis. Many crisis calls are successfully resolved over the phone. Sometimes, however, a situation requires more involvement. In those cases, a professional crisis response team is available for on-site interventions. What is considered a crisis? Learn more.