Laurel Hill Center is here to help
We are our clients’ mental health partners – providing the essential support you ask for, exactly when you need it.
For 45 years, Laurel Hill Center has committed to helping people who struggle with psychiatric disabilities. We know that there is no single recovery plan that fits everyone, and not just one way to rebuild a life. We help you nurture the life you want and become self-reliant on your own terms.
“They treat us as people,” one client said. “They draw out of us what we need, and then help us use the abilities we already have and enhance those skills to help ourselves.”
It’s all about you
We are a one-stop community resource, helping you meet a variety of needs from physical and emotional to financial and social. At Laurel Hill Center, you will follow a self-directed path and a pace that’s right for you.
LAUREL HILL CENTER SERVICES & PROGRAMS
Many thousands of people throughout Lane County have found the support they needed to change their lives after discovering Laurel Hill Center. Our network of programs and our low-pressure, collaborative approach work.
Our client DonNell participates in the InSHAPE program. In just a few months, she has built muscle, lost weight and gained self-esteem.
“It makes me feel wonderful. It makes me feel successful,” DonNell said. “It just makes me feel better about myself.”
Our client Suzy has found that mental health and drug counseling, safe housing and medication management have given her a path to help repair her life.
“My family’s coming back to me,” Suzy said. “I had to get myself back before I could get my family back. It feels so good.”
Our client Janine felt despair after losing loved ones and her life savings. Here she has found individual counseling, supported employment guidance and hope.
“It was just stepping stones. Every time I made an extra step and I got something accomplished, that empowered me,” Janine said.
“It’s completely different than the whole system out there,” said this client, who now has her own apartment, a job that makes her happy and has healed some of the emotional scars from years of abuse. “I’ve learned how to trust.”
“It can be very, very difficult,” Amy said. “Laurel Hill’s helping me to improve skills that are basic to living life.”
“I’m trying to get my life back,” Atasha said. “Laurel Hill’s been really good to me.”
“I eat better now. I sleep better. I can hold my head up,” Suzy said. “I had such self-loathing that my spirit wasn’t very bright. It’s starting to shine.”
“I’m learning that I am a priority, that I am worth it,” said a client in her 40s, “It is important to learn how to take care of yourself.”
“Everyone here – in the InSHAPE program, all the staff – they treat us as people,” Jess said. “They draw out of us what we need and then help us use the abilities we already have to enhance those skills to help ourselves.”
“You need to ask or people can’t help you.”