Mental Health, Social Service and Addiction Counseling

  • A degree in Mental Health, Social Service and Addiction Counseling can lead to a variety of satisfying careers helping children, families, youth, adults and seniors.  Graduates can work in a wide variety of roles and environments within their diverse communities.

    -Our students find internships and employment as social workers, multicultural service providers, addiction counselors, domestic violence advocates, community corrections workers, youth mentors, case managers, advocates, and more.

    Thank you for your interest in this highly regarded program!

  • Upcoming Info Session & Application Information

    Information Session

    Attend an information session to learn more about the program. Information sessions are held at the Gresham Campus in room AC2761 from 12-12:50 p.m. on the following days:

    • November 18
    • December 2
    • January 20
    • February 17
    • March 9 & 30

    Applications for admissions into the Fall 2016 program will be available August 2015. Applications are accepted beginning November 2, 2015