Benton County Crisis Center

Concept Drawing of Crisis Center Exterior Main Entry

Concept Drawing - Exterior Main Entry. This image is an artistic drawing of what the Benton County Crisis Center could look like. This is not a final design and is subject to change. See more images below.

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Envisioning the Benton County Crisis Center

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Benton County Behavioral Health is working to create a voluntary walk-in treatment-centered facility that may serve as an alternative to the emergency room, which provides stabilization for individuals experiencing mental health crisis, along with referrals and support for ongoing behavioral health services.

The crisis center will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year and serve all agesregardless of ability to pay, no appointment needed. It is designed to serve anyone who needs a break from stressors to be connected to services and support and will have a “no-wrong-door” approach to support individuals who are having mental health crises for any number of reasons. 

The crisis center is a project of Benton County’s Justice System Improvement Program (JSIP), a multi-year effort to improve outcomes in our communities. Addressing mental health needs is a primary focus of JSIP’s vision for enhanced County programs and facilities. The crisis center may serve as a resource on calls to law enforcement that involve a mental health concern.

The Benton County Crisis Center will be located at 240 NW 4th Street in downtown Corvallis, central to transportation, community service providers, and emergency services.

Services may include:

  • Crisis assessments
  • Safe and supportive break from stressors for individuals experiencing a mental health crisis
  • Short-term therapy
  • Skills training and case management
  • Referrals for ongoing treatment and community resources




With construction starting in June of 2023, the Benton County Crisis Center is expected to open in the summer of 2024.

A screencap of a Zoom meeting shows members from the Benton County Crisis Center Design Committee during a meeting.

Benton County Behavioral Health formed a design committee to help inform the design process by providing a crystal clear understanding of the unique needs of Benton County residents and what can be accomplished with the new crisis center.

A row of cream-colored leather recliner chairs separated by cream-colored divider walls with an olive green wall in the back.

The following facilities are designed with similar intent to what the Benton County Crisis Center hopes to offer. While not exact representations, these programs have served as guides in design planning:

News and Updates about the Benton County Crisis Center

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Concept Drawing of Crisis Center Intake Room
Concept Drawing of Crisis Center Waiting Room
Concept Drawing of Crisis Center Exterior Main Entry