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Shangri-La's mental health residential programs provide environments and supports that promote recovery in ways that are beneficial and meaningful to each person.

Learn more about:

Residential Treatment Homes

 Residential treatment homes 

Shangri-La's Residential Treatment Homes (RTH) provide daily living supports to individuals with chronic mental illness in a group home setting with 24-hour staffing.

Each resident has a private room and access to two large common areas. Personalized supports provide individuals with assistance in developing skills for increased independence.

Take a virtual tour of a Residential Treatment Home 


Jefferson, Salem, Albany, Corvallis, and Eugene in Oregon


RTH programs are state licensed and county contracted programs. As such, the referral process to a Shangri-La operated RTH is facilitated through the county public health system, typically a county mental or behavioral health program.

If you are working with someone who has a mental illness and needs the 24-hour support and care provided by an RTH, they first need to connect with their County Mental Health Program (CMHP). The CMHP typically offers an array of supports and services including case management, medication management, and the ability to connect you or a person you are supporting to available programs in the community.

CMHP Offices in Shangri-La Services Areas

Lane County Behavioral Health

2411 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd

Eugene OR 97401

(541) 682-3608


Benton County Behavioral Health

530 NW 27th St

Corvallis, OR 97330

(541) 766-6835


For more information, contact:



Mental Health Housing Program Manager



Linn County Mental Health

445 SW 3rd Ave

Albany, OR 97321

(541) 967-3866


Marion County Adult Behavioral Health

2045 Silverton Rd. NE, Suite B
Salem, OR 97301

(503) 588-5351


"I knew the minute I walked into this place for the tour that I would love it here."
~ Stacey, Program Participant

Rental Assistance Program

 Rental assistance program 

The Rental Assistance Program assists individuals with serious mental illness to obtain affordable housing, increase independent living skills, and learn how to be a successful tenant and good neighbor.

30% of a participant's monthly adjusted income is designated for rent and utilities. Shangri-La pays the remaining amount.


Lane County (Eugene/Springfield area)


Rental assistance is available to individuals with a documented mental illness who are experiencing at least one of the following:

  • Homeless

  • At risk of being homeless

  • Under supervision of the PSRB

  • Involved with adult corrections or on parole or probation in Lane Co.

  • Being released from the Oregon State Hospital for a Residential Treatment Home in Lane Co.

For more information, contact:

Cassandra Hatfield, Homeless Services Manager


Homeless Services Manager

541-344-1121, x107


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