Torture Treatment Center of Oregon (located within Intercultural Psychiatric Program at OHSU)

The Torture Treatment Center of Oregon is part of the Intercultural Psychiatric Program at the Oregon Health and Science University in Portland, Oregon. It offers multidisciplinary services including psychiatric, psychotherapeutic, and medical care, case management, vocational rehabilitation, and assistance with asylum. As part of the University hospital, emergent and inpatient care is easily accessible. Torture treatment services were established in 1998.

Address: 

2214 Lloyd Center, Suite 2214
Portland, OR 97232

NCTTP Member: 

Yes

Phone Number: 

Do you have to be a survivor of torture to be eligible for your services?: 

Clients do not have to be a torture survivor, as we work with other refugees and immigrants as well who need mental health services.

Referral Information: 

For referral please call 503-494-4222, or click here for information on our website.

Services Provided: 

  • Medical Services
  • Mental Health Services
  • Social Services

Expanded details of program’s services: 

Clients do not have to be a torture survivor, as we work with other refugees and immigrants as well who need mental health services. Our services include mental health, medical, and case management. Referrals are available to other legal and social supports.

If someone is not eligible for your services do you assist with local referrals?: 

Yes