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Case Management

The Office of Case Management within Wellness Services serves the Lewis & Clark College community and individual students by providing referrals, problem-solving, consultation, campus office navigation, and advocacy for those who are experiencing difficulty or distress. Our office specializes in helping students make connections to other campus services as well as to health care on- and off-campus. Common areas of concern that we see in our office include issues involving both mental and physical health, substance use, eating disorders, learning differences and financial obstacles.

We empower students to build personal resiliency and develop strategies to overcome barriers to success, and we serve as a partner on the path to graduation. The Office of Case Management is directed by Aimée Milne. Aimee is a licensed professional counselor with an M.A. from Lewis & Clark. Her office is part of the Health Promotion suite in lower Odell Hall.

Please be aware that while service animals are welcome in our clinics, other animals are not allowed. This stance was adopted out of concern for students and staff with allergies

Mission Statement

As part of the division of Student Life, staff in Case Management share in the Student Life mission: Lewis & Clark fosters a community of globally engaged citizen-leaders who share a desire to create positive change. We collaborate in academic and experiential learning, civic leadership and career development, diversity and inclusion, and wellness. We are an enduring community of scholars who inquire and work in an interdependent world, and create a place of belonging in which all students can take pride and realize their full potential.  

Case Management

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    Case Management is located in Lower Odell on the Undergraduate Campus.

    voice 503-768-7173 fax 503-768-7115

    Associate Director for Case Management Aimée Milne 

    Case Management

    • Case Management Lewis & Clark 0615 S.W. Palatine Hill Road MSC 130 Portland OR 97219