290 Willamette St. Umatilla, OR 97882
Support in Community Reintigration
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McNary Place SRTF is a sixteen bed facility located in Umatilla, Oregon. McNary Place has ten residential beds with services for those diagnosed with a severe and persistent mental illness who are under the supervision of the Psychiatric Security Review Board. This program provides a high level of support and supervision to promote safety in the community and to prepare residents for community reintegration.
McNary Place has two adult mental health (AMHI) beds which are residential beds for clients with severe and persistent mental illness. This program provides support for these clients in reintegrating into the community. McNary Place has four secure crisis sub-acute beds, available for the community to utilize on an as needed emergency basis.
McNary Place clients receive 24 hour supervision by trained staff. The agency provides on call emergency coverage 24 hours daily, seven days a week, by trained professionals. The goal of the facility is to provide a safe place for psychiatric recovery and stabilization.
Meet the Team
Meet Rory Schilling! He is the Umatilla County Inpatient Administrator here at Lifeways! Rory hasn’t always worked in Mental Health, he worked in Children’s Administration for Child Protective Services in Washington State for 20 years and was also an Area Administrator overseeing Foster Care Licensing for the Eastern Washington Region.
Rory began his higher education journey at Walla Walla Community College before attending the University of Alaska Southeast. He earned his Bachelors degree in Science from Heritage College before finishing off his Master’s at Walla Walla University. Rory even said that his honors associated with graduating were “Longest time to earn a Master’s Degree at Walla Walla University.”
For Rory, laughing and appreciating the little things of his job. “I have the opportunity to work with some of the most amazing and professional people I've met or had the pleasure of working with. We make sure to laugh often with each other and the people we serve.”
As an aside, one of Rory’s passions is officiating. He has been a football official at the high school level for 20 years, a college official for three and has had the opportunity to officiate Professional Indoor football as well as professional women's football.