Location and Hours

COVID-19 Update

As of November 1, the center is open to the public during limited hours at this time, Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. - 6 p.m., Saturday and Sunday from noon - 4 p.m. Holiday hours may vary. Please call ahead to confirm hours of operation and to discuss options for assistance, 503-291-9111, prior to going to Hawthorn. The crisis line will work with you to determine the best option for response. This may include phone support to address your concerns.

  • If you do go to Hawthorn, you may not be seen in person. Crisis clinicians will often conduct assessments over the phone or through videoconferencing from another room. This is to support social distancing and keeping our crisis clinicians healthy.
  • If you are feeling suicidal or like you might yourself or others, please call the crisis line at 503-291-9111. Help is available, and you are not alone!
  • If you have a provider, please contact your provider first for support. While some offices may be closed, most providers are still offering telephone support to their enrolled clients.
  • For support related to general anxiety and stress about COVID, please use resources on the web such as the CDC and NAMI.

Location:Map of Hawthorn Walk-in Center location
The center is located at 5240 NE Elam Young Parkway, Suite 100, in Hillsboro, Oregon.

Getting there by car:
From the Sunset Highway (Hwy 26): Take NE Brookwood Parkway south to Cornell Road, turn left on NE Cornell Rd., turn right on NE Elam Young Parkway. Cross the tracks and the center is on your left.

From SE Baseline: Go north at NE 53rd Avenue, turn left on NE Elam Young Parkway. Center will be on your right just before the tracks.

Getting there by transit/TriMet:
Take the blue line to the Hawthorn Farm MAX station. The center is in the brick building just across the tracks.

The center is open every day from 9 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. Appointments are not necessary, but if you would like to make one or need help when we are closed, please call the 24-hour Washington County Crisis Line at 503-291-9111.