Crisis Support. Peers in crisis clinics meet one-on-one with people in severe distress. They also participate in community visits and conduct outreach efforts in collaboration with Clackamas County mental health workers. Program: Centerstone
Rural Outreach. People with mental health diagnoses can feel isolated even when surrounded by people. Those living in rural areas can face additional challenges. Our rural outreach program is a social program that caters to situations that are unique to rural communities. Program: Rural Outreach
Social Centers. Our social centers offer games, classes, music, art, outings, and daily meals in a safe place. FolkTime is the only peer-to-peer social program in the tri-county area that is free and open to anyone over the age of 18, regardless of health care system affiliation. Programs: NE Portland, Oregon City
Residential Support. Peers host a peer lounge, group activities and community integration activities for residents in a supported housing complex for people in recovery from addictions and mental illness. Location: Chez Ami
FolkTime Program Brochure (Click this link for a printable version of our brochure)
At FolkTime, we endorse the SAMHSA 8 Dimensions of Wellness, and design our programs to support individuals in addressing these areas of wellness. We believe that wellness is a holistic endeavor and we must see the individual as a whole being. We are not a diagnosis.