503-222-5555 or 211
503-244-1312 Teen line: 877-553-TEEN Español: 800-515-7848
503-222-96618:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Mon. -Fri.
Counseling, adoption services, shelter program for women who are pregnant.
503-281-244224-hour crisis line.
For women and women with children fleeing domestic violence. 24-hour crisis line. Undisclosed location.
503-654-2288 or 888-654-2288Call for 24-hour phone intake
Women and women w/children fleeing domestic violence or recent sexual abuse. No males over 18. 24-Hour phone intake.
Help line and call center for people struggling with cocaine addiction.
620 SW 5th Ave.
Fifth FloorPortlandOR97204-1428503-243-2081; 800-452-1694
866-469-8600 (toll free) 503-469-8620 (crisis line)9 a.m.– 8 p.m. Mon.-Thurs. (call for intake)
Support for children ages 4 - 17 who have witnessed or experienced domestic or dating violence; also encouraging adult victims to participate in their children's treatment. Undisclosed location in Hillsboro.
Discrimination hotline. Education and enforcement in the area of housing discrimination. Tests to determine discrimination. Files complaints on your behalf.
Public housing rental unit availability and referrals for affordable housing to individuals and families in Multnomah County. All public housing waiting lists are closed because the wait time exceeds a year.
Internet search tool for finding housing in Multnomah, Washington, Clackamas and Clark counties.
Assistance for refugees in the U.S. for less than 25 years.
Referrals to attorneys in the area where callers need assistance.
888-645-1666 (toll free) 503-645-9010 (Intake)
Adult Counseling Services, multiple sites. Options for individuals, couples, and families who seek counseling services in coping with divorce, parenting, depression, domestic violence, and relationships. Culturally specific services available.
Teen line: 1-877-553-TEEN (8336) Espanol: 1-877-515-7848
Information and referral for military members, veterans and families.
503-988-4888, 800-716-9716 ext. 324-hour hotline.
24-hour, mental health resource and information referral, crisis support and mental health emergency assistance throughout Multnomah County. Mental health assistance and referral through Project Respond.
503-988-4888; (24 hrs) 800-716-9769
Mental health concerns, low-cost counseling referrals
For questions about coverage and billing in the Oregon Health Plan.
Help with the Oregon Health Plan
Helps Oregonians purchase prescription drugs at discounted prices. Maintains a list of prescription drugs for the best possible price. View prescriptions online.
Helpline for women, teens and children; statewide referral services for health care, social, and mental health services, pregnancy and reproductive health services.
Connects uninsured and under-insured Oregonians with free or discounted prescriptions through patient assistance programs.
Emergency assistance for immediate poisonings.
Reporting line for violent or abusive customers in the sex industry. Reports are anonymous and distributed to the industry.
Information about harm reduction services and needle exchange programs.
503-222-62229 a.m.-5 p.m.
24-hour crisis line. Emergency housing for victims fleeing a domestic violence situation. Advocacy includes support groups, children's groups, referrals, and emotional support. 60-day limit.
503-222-622224-hour crisis line.
24-hour crisis line. Emergency housing for victims fleeing a domestic violence situation.
No fee, self-help for behavioral and emotional issues. Support groups meet weekly - call or visit website for more information and times. Donations accepted.
4900 SW Griffith Dr.
Ste. 100BeavertonOR97005-4649503-640-5311Transit: Max Red 54, 88
For questions about Social Security benefits.
Combat wounded and / or disabled veteran volunteers answer calls 24/7. In addition to offering a listening ear they can explain benefits you may be entitled to and help position you to the closest VA medical center or outreach center if necessary.
(800) 273-8255 Press #1 for Veterans24/7 Hotline
National suicide prevention hotline to ensure veterans in emotional crisis have free 24/7 access to trained counselors.
Domestic violence intervention, support groups (children & adults) advocacy and emergency vouchering when available.
OR503-291-9111 (Crisis Line)24/7
Call for crisis intervention, support and appropriate referrals.
Undisclosed LocationORCrisis Line: 503-535-3269
An emergency shelter and service program for women survivors of domestic or sexual violence and their children.
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