Forensic Mental Health Programs

Address
2411 Martin Luther
King, Jr. Blvd.
Eugene OR 97401

Phone
541-682-3608

Andrea Williams, MA, LPC
Clinical Supervisor



 

The Forensic Program serves a unique population of individuals who have been diagnosed with a mental illness and who are currently involved in the Criminal Justice System. The program also serves those individuals who may be in need on involuntary treatment due to dangerousness to self and/or others. 

The programs are listed below:

Civil Commitment

Civil commitment may be available to those individuals who suffer from a mental illness and are found to be dangerous to self and/or others as defined by ORS 426.005. 

Psychiatric Security Review Board (PSRB)

PSRB is a supervised program that may be available to those individuals, through the criminal justice system, who have a persistent mental illness and has asserted the insanity defense to a criminal charge.

.370 Program

The Aid & Assist program (ORS 161.370) may be available to those individuals, through the criminal justice system, who have a persistent mental illness and are determined to be in need of a fitness determination on competency to answer to their charges and aid in their defense. 

Jail Intercept

The jail intercept program may be available to those individuals who have a persistent mental illness, are in need of mental health treatment and who are currently involved in Municipal and/or Circuit Court.

Mental Health Court

Mental Health Court may be available to those individuals who have a persistent mental illness, are in need of mental health treatment, and are willing to participate in a program designed to keep an individual out of jail and/or prison and are currently involved in Municipal and/or Circuit Court.