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Support Resources

Use these resources in addition to your social network and other identified coping strategies when you need a little extra boost in support. 


7 Cups: This is an app where you can chat with volunteer “listeners” (non-professionals) and engage in community discussion boards to see what others experiencing similar challenges are finding helpful. 


Meditation: These apps include guided meditations on various topics. Try a couple to find a voice, tempo, and vibe that is a match for you. 




NAMI: this website includes useful information on mental health as well as listing resources for seeking support. They offer a calendar of events both in person and online and have chapters across the country. To find your local chapter go to “support & education” on the top menu and then on the bottom right click “find your local NAMI):


Places to read articles about mental health: 

Places to call/text/chat/zoom
(resources in italics will not call 911 without your consent)

Suicide & Crisis Lifeline:

Dial 988 (call or chat): 

Para Español, marque 988 y presione 2 


Veteran Crisis Line:

Dial 988 then press 1

Text 838255

People USA: 

LGBT National Hotline


Youth Talkline 800-246-7743 

Senior Hotline 888-234-7243 


Trevor Project (LGBTQ; call/text/webchat):


The Samaritans: 


Trans Lifeline: 




Project LETS (complete a webform for support which may not be immediate; neurodiversity affirming): 


Wild Flower Alliance


Peer Support Space


Blackline (by and for BIPOC; call/text): 

Postpartum Support

International: 1-800-944-4773

text in English 800-944-4773 / text in Spanish 971-203-7773

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness):

M-F 10am-10pm ET   1-800-950-NAMI (6264)

text: 62640

RAINN (National Sexual Assault Hotline):

24/7    1-800-656-4673

National Domestic Violence Hotline:

24/7    1-800-799-7233

text: 88788 “START”

All-Options (pregnancy/parenting/adoption/abortion talkline):

M-Fri 10-1am, Sa-Su 10-6 EST



F*ck That: An Honest Meditation: 


Try Not to Laugh Meditation: 


Yogi Bryan (several guided meditations that are snarky, edgy, and curse): 


Leaves on a Stream: 


5-4-3-2-1 Grounding for Anxiety: 


When Emotions Feel Too Big: 


General Acceptance & Commitment Therapy Meditation: 


Body Scan: 


Mental Brakes to Avoid Mental Breaks: 


How to Stay Calm When You Know You’ll Be Stressed: 


A Tale of Mental Illness from the Inside: 


Get Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable: 


Everything Happens for a Reason and Other Lies I’ve Loved: 


7 Practices for Recovery & A Life Well Lived: 


Psychological Flexibility-How love turns pain into purpose: 


Pretty much anything by Brene Brown, but especially: 


211 (emergency shelter information, food assistance, utility assistance etc.): 211 or 1-866-698-6155

Oregon Warmline (peer support): 1-800-698-2392

disponible en Español

Oregon AA:

Oregon Health Plan:

Suicide bereavement support: 503-236-8444

Al-anon: 503-292-1333

Youth Line:

1-877-YOUTH-91 or Text teen2teen to 839863

  • for youth up to age 20 years

  • Teens are available to help daily from 4-10pm PST (adults are available by phone at all other times)


Military Helpline:


Text MIL1 to 839863

Senior Loneliness Line: 503-200-1633

Drug & Alcohol Helpline:


Text RecoveryNow to 839863


The Dougy Center: Grief support for children

Unity Hospital: Mental Health focused hospital

1225 NE 2nd Ave, Portland

Alcohol and Drug Detox:

Cedar Hills Hospital 503-944-5000

Fora Health 503-535-1151

Hooper Detox 503-238-2067

Pacific Crest Trail Detox 844-960-3639

Eating Disorder Clinics:

Kartini Clinic (for children and families): 503-249-8851

Monte Nido: PHP and IOP for adults and youth of all genders, 888-826-2320

Portland DBT Institute virtual IOP for medically stable adults:, 503-231-7854

Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Support:

Call to Safety (Multnomah county): 503-235-5333

SARC (Washington County): 503-640-5311

Clackamas Women’s Services (Clackamas county): 503-654-2288


To find list by county:

Walk-in Clinics (not a comprehensive list)

Multnomah County (Portland)

crisis line: 503-988-4888

Mobile crisis is called Project Respond- requested by calling number above

Cascadia Walk-in Clinic:

  • 7 days a week 7 AM – 10:30 PM

  • 4212 SE Division, Suite 100, Portland, OR 97206

  • 503-963-2575

Washington County (Beaverton, Tigard, Hillsborough)

Crisis Line: 503-291-9111

Hawthorne Walk-in Clinic:

  • 5240 NE Elam Young Parkway, Suite 100, in Hillsboro, Oregon

  • 503-291-9111

Clackamas County (Happy Valley, Oregon City, Estacada, Sandy, Milwaukie)

crisis line: 503-655-8585

Walk in clinic:

  • 11211 SE 82nd Ave. Suite O Happy Valley, 97086

  • M-F 9am-7pm, Sat 10am-7pm, Sun closed

Deschutes County

crisis line: (541) 322-7500 ext. #9

Walk-in and Stabilization Center:

  • (541) 585-7210

  • 63311 NE Jamison Street Bend, OR 97703

Marion County (Salem)

crisis line: (503) 585-4949

Walk-in clinic:

  • 1118 Oak St. SE Salem, OR, 97301

  • Open 24/7

Lane County (Eugene, Springfield)

crisis line: (541) 687-4000

Mobile crisis is called CAHOOTS – can be accessed by calling local non-emergency number

Walk-in clinic:

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