Corona Virus Update

MCCFL Coronavirus Update:

MCCFL is open to the public Monday -Thursday from  8:30 am – 5pm to provide essential services to the community under OHA guidance. Please call MCCFL directly for any needs.

The Dalles Office: (541) 296-5452
Hood River Office: (541) 386-2620

MCCFL is striving to adequately provide services to our clients during this challenging time. Our doors remain open, we are here for you! Please call and make an appointment , as we are eager to serve your needs.If you are experiencing a Crisis, please call our 24 Hour Crisis line 1-888-877-9147.

Warm Line

A warm line has been developed to meet the needs of children and youth in our community during this challenging time.
A warm wine is a non-crisis listening service for children, teens, and parents/guardians of children who may be struggling with emotional, behavioral, and mental health challenges.
Find out more information here.

Telehealth Services

For the safety of our current clients we are also providing telephone and telehealth services in addition to physical office visits for your convenience. Find out more here.

Minimize the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19)

We are asking you to help to keep our patients and staff safe by utilizing the monitoring system located at the front of the building to notify staff of your presence.

A member of our team will meet with you to screen for the following symptoms:

  • Fever
  • Persistent Cough
  • Shortness of breath

Or at least two of the following

  • Fever
  • Chills
  • Repeated Shaking with Chills
  • Muscle Pain
  • Sore Throat
  • New Onset Loss of Taste or Smell

*If you are positive for symptoms, we are going to ask you reschedule your appoinment for the safety of others.

To stay up to date on the latest recommendations, please visit the Oregon Health Authority website or read this handy guide: How to Protect Yourself from Coronavirus.

– Home care is recommended, symptoms may last up to 10 days. – WASH with soap & water – Cover your cough with a sleeve – Use a tissue for runny nose, then dispose, then wash your hands again. – Wipe down common surfaces (use disinfectant) that are touched by your family such as door handles.

If you develop emergency warning signs for COVID-19 get medical attention immediately.