Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
In accordance with state and national safety measures to help slow the spread of COVID-19, operations at Wallowa Valley Center for Wellness have been modified and are currently focusing on serving most patients via tele-health. For patient and staff safety, starting March 17, please check in via curbside by texting 541-398-1212 with your name, appointment time, and vehicle description. Please look for signs near parking spots for details.
If you are not feeling well, you MUST re-schedule your appointment or request a tele-health appointment by calling our main office at 541-426-4524 or the Annex at 541-426-0801. Every patient will be screened for COVID-19 symptoms prior to their appointment. Only patients with appointments will be allowed into our facilities.
We strongly recommend patients over 60, pregnant, autoimmune compromised or have a serious medical condition like diabetes use tele-health for their appointments. Groups have been cancelled in person and organizational operations are being re-evaluated regarding groups. Your clinician will still reach out to you (via phone or video chat) individually during your group time. Please expect your clinician to follow up with you.
Call your primary care provider if you have symptoms (a fever 99.6+ and difficulty breathing or a cough) or exposure to COVID-19. Please visit the Oregon Health Authority for the most up to date information.
If you are feeling anxious or want to talk to someone about the current situation, we recommend you call the Oregon Warmline at 1-800-698-2392, available 7 days a week 9am-11pm.
Or, reach out to the SAMHSA’s Disaster Distress Helpline, a 24/7, 365-day-a-year crisis counseling and support line to help people experiencing emotional distress related to natural or human-caused disasters.
Call SAMHSA’s Disaster Distress Helpline at 1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746 to speak to a trained crisis counselor.
If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, and need local help call 541-398-1175, available 24/7.
myStrength offers personalized resources to improve your mood. Learn how myStrength can help you overcome the challenges you face. myStrength is offering special COVID-19 resources.
Staying Mentally Well During COVID-19
These are unique times we are living in and we understand if you are struggling on how to navigate through information and resources, how to talk with your kids about COVID-19, or how to process your own emotions. We gathered some useful tools to help you stay mentally strong.
Case Managers Available During COVID-19
There are so many resources, benefits and entitlements for individuals, families, employees and employers in Wallowa County that it can be overwhelming to navigate or know where to start. Our case managers are here to help you. They can address your questions, see what resources might be available to you, and you can access this service without being a patient with us. Call us at 541-426-4524 and ask for the ICS patient support team.
Help us keep individuals in treatment during COVID-19
We are asking for cash donations to help us provide 10 hotspots and 10 iPads to loan to our clients during COVID-19. We discovered many clients’ lack of access to the internet, no access to video equipment, or are unable to drive to our parking lot to use our mobile equipment, which is causing them to struggle to stay in treatment.
The solution is simple. All we have to do is provide them with iPads and hotspots to connect via video. Yet, we lack the funds to purchase them. This is where you can help us.
Confidential Individualized Services
Everyone is treated with respect, dignity and love on their path to wellness at Wallowa Valley Center for Wellness. We do do this by tailoring services and treatments to fit you and your family needs and focusing on your strengths and goals. Many times we partner with primary care and community providers to ensure all aspects of wellness are addressed so you can achieve a happy, hopeful, productive and meaningful life.
Counseling & Mental Health Services
We care about you as a total person and provide a range of counseling services for all ages.
Helping great people do great things by discovering their career path and gain employment.
Helping individuals of all ages with intellectual and developmental disabilities lead full lives.
Health on Wheels
Bringing healthcare to the far corners of Wallowa County - Troy and Imnaha.
substance use disorder
Anyone, anywhere can experience addiction. It can take many times to find the right help at the right time. We are here for you.
With over 14 different programs, we offer a wide range of integrated services.
Always Centered Around You
You are our number one priority. We care about you as a total person, including your mind, body and spirit, and believe client-focused care is the fastest path to healing.