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Coronavirus Information

Samaritan has resumed some elective surgeries, procedures and clinic visits, with patient health and safety as our highest priorities. Call your care provider to find out the best care options for you, which may include telehealth or in-person care. Face coverings are required in all of our facilities. 

It is very important that you call before coming in if you have any cold or flu-like symptoms. Patients may also do an E-Visit on Coronavirus Concerns. 


Caring for Your Mind & Body

Samaritan’s mental health and behavioral health services are here to help guide you through life challenges and support you in reaching your health goals.

Our mental health care teams can help you address things like depression, loss, anxiety, anger, family problems and more. Our behavioral health consultants can partner with you and your health care team to work on your overall health goals. Together, we can help you take steps toward your healthiest life, both mentally and physically.

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Behavioral Health Services

Our behavioral health consultants will join you on your journey to a healthier life by supporting your goals, including things like improving sleep, dealing with a medical diagnosis and reducing stress.
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Mental Health Services

Samaritan Mental Health offers a full spectrum of mental health care for adults, children and teens. 

Mental Health Locations

Our caring psychiatrists, psychologists, therapists and social workers provide care in clinics in Albany and Corvallis. Corvallis is also home to a regional center for children, teens and families.

Samaritan’s state-of-the-art 24-bed inpatient facility cares for patients from across Oregon.


Samaritan presents a variety of resources and information for patients and members of the communities we serve.