Hermiston, Oregon


595 NW 11th Street, Hermiston, OR 97838 
Phone: 541.567.2536


Monday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Tuesday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Wednesday 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Thursday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Friday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM


  • Adult, Child, & Family Therapy

  • Skills Training

  • Case Management

  • Peer Support

  • Group Sessions

  • Psychiatric Medication Prescribing

  • 24-hour Crisis Intervention

  • Representative Payee Services

  • Supported Employment Services

  • Strengthening Families Program

    • Specialty referral required

  • Early Assessment Support Alliance (EASA)

    • See Lifeways.org for additional information

  • School-Based Services

  • Jail Diversion

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Meet the Team

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Skye Schilling

Meet Skye Schilling! She is a Mental Health Supervisor at our Hermiston Outpatient location! Ms. Schilling has an extensive professional career, both in the field of mental health and working with the hearing impaired with her ASL interpreting. Skye started her professional career working as an advocate, case manager, grant writer, tutor, and interpreter in educational and community settings. The knowledge learned has been and will continue to be accessed throughout her lifetime to improve the lives of Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals as needs arise. She then worked for ten years within Washington States Department of Social and Human Services as a Child Protective Services (CPS) Investigator, a Children and Family Services Social Worker, a Department of Licensing CPS Facility Investigator, and an Adult Protective Services Investigator. She also spent time briefly working as an Assistant Adjunct Instructor for the EWU School of Social Work & Human Services. Ms. Schilling started her time with Lifeways working for two years at Juniper Ridge Acute Care Facility as the clinical lead QMHP, and I managed Lifeways Crisis and Jail Diversion Programs for a year.
Skye attended Spokane Falls Community College where she earned her Associates degree in Applied Science (American Sign Language Interpreting & Deafness) as well as being apart of Phi Theta Kappa. She then went on to Eastern Washington University where she not only earned her Bachelors degree in Social Work but also her Masters of Social Work: Advanced Standing and a Drug and Alcohol Awareness Certificate. Ms. Schilling graduated Magna Cum Laude and Cum Laude Advanced Standing.