Multnomah County Mental Health & Addiction Service/Suicide Hotline (503-988-4888)
Domestic Violence Resource Center
- 24/7 crisis counseling by phone, with translation services for non-English speakers.
- Mental health services to adults, children & families through a
system of care that includes community-based services, respite,
sub-acute & inpatient care, treatment, and transitional housing.
- Mental Health and Addiction Services works with treatment providers and
community agencies to help individuals and families in Multnomah County
achieve and maintain recovery.
DVRC is a non-profit agency providing free and confidential services to
adult and child survivors of domestic violence within Washington County,
Oregon and surrounding areas. We offer protective order advocacy, professional counseling, confidential shelter, 24-hr crisis line response, safety planning, resource referrals, and community trainings.
Our Community Advocacy office is open Monday - Friday. Our counseling
office is open Monday - Thursday. For more information about each of our
services, please go to the specific webpage, or contact us directly.
Young Life's Response Procedure for: Accidents, Incidents, & Emergencies
In the event of an accident, incident or emergency in which
medical or law enforcement assistance is required to prevent the loss of life
or to resolve an unstable or threatening condition in which persons or property
appear to be at great risk of injury or
damage: Call 911 . . . then call 800-999-8661. The second call will alert a member of YL's national executive team to the situation you are facing.
Non-Emergency Police Reporting
Door To Grace
Door to Grace offers loving services and vital resources to girls who are:
Mental Health and Suicide Prevention First Aid Trainings
- between the ages of 14- 17,
- survivors of commercial sexual exploitation, and
- preparing to leave “the life”.
If you found yourself with a friend, neighbor, co-worker, or student
in the middle of a mental health or emotional crisis, would you know how
to help? Do you coach young people, assist the elderly, or work with
the public? What do you do after asking “Are you okay?”
With the help of skilled, qualified trainers, you can become part of a
growing community of people who are getting trained to become a first
aid responder to an individual having an anxiety attack, suicidal
thoughts, or showing signs of depression.
Second Home A partnership between Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon and the Gresham-Barlow School District to give homeless teens a second chance - and an open door - to earn a high school diploma. This program has been successful in the Beaverton area and is now helping kids in our community.
A philanthropic organization created to provide food, clothing, advocacy and other services to the poor.