Mental Health Services is a part of the Health and Human Services department, which is administered by Jackson County in Oregon. It is a community-based mental health program that features information, referral and screening services. The program includes crisis assessment and intervention solutions. It features the Oregon Health Plan, as well as provides access to respite and regular crisis support groups. The program also offers assessment, evaluation, long-term care, and inpatient and residential treatment services. Mental Health Services includes the treatment of cognitive behavioral, as well as psychotherapeutic interventions for anxiety, depression and borderline personality disorders. The program offers skills training, counseling, and medication, case and benefit management services. It serves children, adolescents and adults in Jackson and Josephine counties in Oregon, as well as administers the Youth Suicide Prevention program.