Wallowa Valley Center For Wellness
207 SW 1st Street, Enterprise, OR 97828
Main Number: (541) 426-4524 Crisis Line: (541) 398-1175
Mon thru Thur
8:00 a.m.—5:00 p.m.
Fri - 8:00 a.m - Noon
- Private Insurance
- We also offer a sliding fee scale
- Other funding may be available to offset fees for services
- Credit/Debit card payments acceptable.
Wallowa Valley Center for Wellness (WVCW) is a progressive full service community-based program focusing on the mental health and life enrichment needs of the people of Wallowa County. The Center for Wellness is the primary provider of mental health and developmental disability services in Wallowa County. Confidential, individualized services focus on people with mental and emotional disturbances, crisis intervention, those with severe mental illness, people with drug and alcohol abuse issues, gambling issues, and people with developmental disabilities. The program also provides marriage and family counseling, and a variety of groups (stress reduction, anger management etc.) for people seeking to improve their quality of life. The next clinic is 128 miles (round-trip) away in La Grande, Oregon.
Wallowa Valley Center for Wellness has served Wallowa County for almost 30 years. Beginning existence as a County Mental Health Clinic, it has been a not-for-profit organization since 1995. WVCW is guided in its work by a nine-member board that provides guidance and oversight for the organization.
Assertive Community Treatment, or ACT is an integrated approach for community mental health service delivery. ACT serves outpatients whose symptoms on mental illness result in functioning difficulties in life, work, social relationships and physical health and wellness. Services offered: Medication Management, Case Management, Skills Training, Group Therapy, Socialization Skills, Psychiatric Care.
Supported Employment is another integrated approach to folks offering competitive employment for those suffering a disabling condition. Employees are matched specifically to their job description and to their job culture. Services offered: Job Assessment, Job Match, Benefits Counseling, Job Development, Long Term Support.
Wallowa Valley Center for Wellness can offer help when individuals feel depressed, feel anxious, are having problems in relationships, can’t sleep, have had negative experiences that affect how they feel about life, and other problems. We have several counselors who have experience with these kinds of problems and help people feel better in their lives. Coming to a counselor does not mean you have mental illness. All of us have problems and sometimes need the help of others so that we don’t keep feeling bad. Our counselors are trained to be good listeners and are able to assist you in developing a treatment plan to deal with your problems.
Counseling sessions are typically 50-60 minutes in length. How often an individual is seen depends on their needs and is decided between the individual and the counselor. We will usually offer 6-12 sessions but sometimes individuals are seen less, and sometimes they are seen more, depending again on what the needs of the individual are.
When someone comes in for counseling services, their personal information is kept confidential. We do not share your information with anyone unless you say it is ok. We usually do ask if we can share information with your doctor because that way we can all work together to provide you the best care. We offer different types of counseling and services and these will be discussed with you when you come in. Some of the types of counseling and services are:
At Wallowa Valley Center for Wellness we are Committed to you getting the support and help you need. WE PROMISE TO
- Serve all patients
- Offer discounted fees for patients who qualify
- Not deny services based on a person's:
- National Origin
- Sexual Orientation
- Inability to pay
- Accept Insurance including:
- Private Insurance
- Medicaid (EOCCO, Oregon Health Plan, CHIP)