12th Street House
Staff at Telecare’s 12th Street House in Bend, Oregon, strive to create relationships with their residents. Here, we cultivate a recovery-based environment that encourages residents to be the primary voice in their mental health treatments. All services are person and family-centered and are at aimed at rehabilitating residents' the ability to be successful in an independent living environment.
1058 NE 12th Street
Bend, OR 97701
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Referrals are processed through Deschutes County Behavioral Health. For more information on referrals, contact the program director at 541-678-5320.
Adults who have been diagnosed with a serious mental illness, who are in need of 24-hour supervision and/or assistance with psychiatric recovery, and must not have any medical issues which require 24-hour nursing support
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
12th Street House was developed to fill a need in Central Oregon for recovery-based residential care that would specifically target individuals transitioning to independent living who are not ready to be independent, but who do not need a locked setting.
The goal of the program is to reduce hospitalizations, increase the number of individuals with serious mental illness (SMI) in independent living, and to increase the overall quality of life for individuals with SMI in Central Oregon.