Northwest Behavioral Healthcare Services

3.2 (15 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
18000 Webster Rd
Gladstone, OR 97027
5037224470 Visit Website
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  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted
Treatment Insights

Northwest Behavioral Healthcare Services provides help to families and residential treatment for adolescents (ages 12 to 17) with emotional, behavioral, or substance abuse problems. The staff of Northwest has shown itself to be successful with those more "difficult to treat" --- especially those with a dual diagnosis who require a secure setting for their care. The goal of Northwest's adolescent treatment program is simple --- to make kids well so that they can have a meaningful and satisfying life --- to achieve their own unique level of greatness. That takes patience, compassion, discipline, and understanding. Along with competent professionals, it also takes a diligent parent. Working together, there is hope.

Northwest Behavioral Healthcare Services Reviews and Ratings Details

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As with any company, there are staff who work diligently and practice evidence based and appropriate trauma informed care. The owner's clear priorities are personal financial gain. Staff are not prope...


This place was so horrible!!!!It is dirty and everyone gets sick...I went there for 45 days and I would rather be in Juvie. And I got an apple and it was rotten INSIDE! Do not send your kid here. Not ...


Just started to type my reviews and I\'m already getting emotional. I was once a client here after countless attempts to get sober and stay sober. I\'ve been to treatment several time. But northwest r...


I just want to say how grateful we are. When our daughter first started, I read testimonials and couldn’t imagine being where those parents were at the end of her stay. And here we are, weeks after ...


I was a patient there around 2007. I was a crazy kid, with crazy hair, a bad outlook, and a whole mess of problems. When I came to Northwest, I was eating every drug I got my hands on. I hurt myself, ...


Strengths: DBT, educated staff, lots of structure, family involvement. Weaknesses: Run down building, not much exercise equipment. The place looks pretty bad but there are constantly kids tearing the ...


Has good reputation.


I think exercising is key to healthy living. They had no exercise program. When I went to rehab we exercised twice a day. I answered this survey based on my daughters rehab. Also I think there needed ...


and that is the truth. They are in it for the $40,000+ it takes to house your kid there for 5-6 weeks. But once they discharge your child you are all on your own.


This place is awful for teenagers because there is zero follow through and they will drop your kid the minute they get out and stop returning your calls. If you need an emergency room type place for y...


Our experience had both positives and negatives. Our daughter started to have serious behavioral issues by the time she was 14 1/2. She started running away, shut down in school, became defiant and...


The place is a rip off. I is sad they rip of the mentally ill. $25 just to get a prescription refilled. They make you sigh a piece of paper with hidden costs.


I was at NWBHS in March. I’ve been clean for 164 days, I’ve turned 18, and I’m doing amazing. I have a job, a good boyfriend, clean friends… my life is really coming together. I also want to s...


Stay clear of this facility. Our experience with the counselor was exceptionally poor and very misguided. Their staff seems to be very inexperienced in dealing with mental or drug related issues and a...


After extensive research, and guarantees from the staff that they are a dual-diagnosis facility and would offer extensive services to address my daughter's mood disorders (depression, anxiety, ADD - ...

Areas of Focus
Holistic Therapy

Facilities that offer “holistic therapy” see and treat patients in the context of their entire lives and health status. They treat the “whole person,” not just the addiction.

Eating Disorder Treatment

Many mental health professionals view eating disorders (including anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorder, along with other dysfunctional eating patterns) as a food addiction – in that food is used in ways other than as fuel or a source of pleasure. Some, but not all, addiction treatment programs include eating disorder treatment as part of the service menu. Also, an eating disorder may be a dual-diagnosis or a co-occurring disorder with drug or alcohol addiction.