A fresh start begins
with Emergence

Welcome to Emergence Addiction & Mental Health Services

When everything seems lost is the best time to find something. During times when individuals or their families may feel there is no help, we can help the most. We are committed to providing services and support to the community during the COVID-19 Health Crisis.


Community Outreach Services in Response to COVID-19

During the COVID-19 Health Crisis, EMERGENCE is committed to providing ethical & professional services that are easily accessible. We continue to offer a variety of services & therapeutic interventions, while remaining compliant with health & safety regulations- we are doing our part to contribute wellness to our community. With the rapidly changing COVID-19 mandates, our staff is providing uninterrupted access to these essential services. We are now offering all services in alternative formats that are consistent with social distancing mandates. Individual and group therapy sessions are being offered through Telehealth and an online media platform (Zoom), which is HIPAA compliant.

*IMMEDIATE enrollment available via Telehealth services, or in-office for those presenting without current symptoms of illness.


EMERGENCE programs are designed to be individualized and accommodate clients with varying needs; from offering weekend/evening groups for the working adult, to offering group sessions during the day for those with childcare barriers. Programs are strength-based which empower clients and promote change in the recovery process.

Programs are low cost and grant funded, including sliding fee scales to help make treatment more accessible. In response to COVID-19, all EMERGENCE provided Telehealth and videoconferencing services are funded through most insurances- we provide case management services to assist with OHP enrollment for qualifying clients, and provide other funding options to remove financial barriers.
An in-office or Telehealth assessment will evaluate your needs to determine the appropriate level of care, whether it be outpatient, intensive outpatient, and/or individual and family therapy services & case management referrals. Our treatment environment is nurturing and caring, while providing supportive accountability during early recovery.


What services can I still get during this time?

INDIVIDUAL THERAPY - Culturally-sensitive services offered via Telehealth/Zoom, or in-person in compliance with social distancing mandates. Sessions will return to in-person upon resolution of COVID-19.

GROUP THERAPY - Facilitated through Zoom and Telehealth services- sessions will return to in-person upon resolution of COVID-19.

MENTAL HEALTH THERAPY - Individual, DBT, gambling, Neurofeedback, and couples & family therapy services offered via Telehealth & Zoom. In-person sessions will resume upon resolution of COVID-19.

CASE MANAGEMENT - Services offered in-person and/or Telehealth & Zoom.


We encourage you to contact our main office to engage with an initial phone screening and to promptly schedule an Assessment with our supportive staff.

We are available Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm
541-393-0777
For more information about our programs and locations, click here!


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“If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor.” - Desmond Tutu

Emergence makes the choice to share the burden of systemic racism, implicit bias and inequality, to leverage our privilege and platform to speak on injustices, and to challenge racism in our daily lives. In light of these recent tragedies and our community response, Emergence affirms the pain endured by communities of color - especially Black Americans. Our hearts are heavy as we join our community in mourning the loss of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and so many others as a result of systemic racism and implicit bias. The right to live without discrimination or fear of harassment is a basic human right. We believe no one should fear for their life or safety because of the color of their skin, and we recognize that words are not enough: we need change. All of us share the responsibility to end systemic oppression by fighting for an inclusive society.

We stand in solidarity against injustice, racism, and discrimination. Emergence will continue to be mindful of the need for change, and will raise our voice toward the end of institutional racism in our systems of justice and power. We will continue to resist the bias held against all marginalized populations, as this is what our work is all about – promoting justice and equity for all our clients, their families and for all the communities we serve in our actions, our work and our partnerships.

Black, LatinX and People of Color communities deserve our support. There is no way to overstate how systemic oppression, racism and implicit bias have disproportionately impacted the mental health of the Black and Latin X in our community. It is our honor and moral duty to be actively antiracist in our work for and on behalf of the mental health and substance abuse recovery community. True recovery and mental health require racial justice and freedom from violence, repression and institutional injustice. We support the Black and Latinx community in demanding equality, and commit to using our privilege to do this work.
We are here with you in love and solidarity.

‘Where you see wrong or inequality or injustice, speak out, because this is your country. This is your democracy. Make it. Protect it. Pass it on.’ - Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall

Michael Bean
Executive Director

Our Programs

With offices and treatment centers located in various cities around Oregon we offer our services in Lane and Linn County for all areas of addiction recovery and education.

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Evidence Based Best Practice

We utilize a combination of theoretical bases and philosophies for treating the offender population who have substance abuse issues. 

Motivational Interviewing
TCU Mapping-Enhanced Counseling
Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Family Behavior Therapy
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy/Franklin Reality Model
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing
Family Counseling
Moral Reconation Therapy