Resources

 

“Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgement that something else is more important than fear.”

–Ambrose Redmoon

Below are some local and national resources that may be helpful. Please note, that the inclusion of any link on this website does not imply any endorsement of the sites, information provided therein, services offered through the site, or certification of any individual’s ability to provide mental health services. This listing is provided for informational purposes only. Additionally, this is not meant to be a comprehensive list. Additional resources area available in the area that have not been listed here.

Emergency rooms and crisis centers

  • Legacy Emanual Hospital: 2801 N. Gantenbein, switchboard: (503) 413-2200, ER: (503) 413-4121
  • Legacy Good Samaritan: 1015 NW 22nd, switchboard: (503) 413-7711, ER: (503) 413-7260
  • Kaiser Emergicenter (Kaiser patients only): 3500 N. Interstate, switchboard: (503) 331-6100, ER: (503) 331-6101
  • Providence Portland Medical Center: 4805 N.E. Glisan, switchboard: (503) 215-1111, ER: (503) 216-6000
  • Multnomah County Mental Health Crisis Line: 503-988-4888

Community clinics and treatment facilities

Other general local mental health resources

  • Oregon Department of Human Services: 503-945-5651 — includes child protective services, developmental disability services, senior services, addition services, and the Oregon State Hospital
  • Multnomah County Human Services:(503) 988-3646 — includes mental health and additions divisions, emergency prescription assistance, domestic violence division with specialized resources for LGBT violence victims and children who have witnessed domestic violence.

Rape, Sexual Assault, and Sexual Abuse Resources (for additional resources see my “trauma” page)

Domestic Violence Resources (for additional resources see my “trauma” page)

Legal Assistance (For Domestic Violence)

Temporary Housing (For Domestic Violence)

Addictions/Recovery Programs

Depression and Suicide Resources (for additional resources see my “depression” page)

Eating Disorders Resources (for additional resources see my “eating disorders and body image” page)

GLBT/Sexual Minorities Resources (for additional resources see my “intimacy, relationships, and sexuality page”)

Sexual Health and AIDS Resources (for additional resources see my “intimacy, relationships, and sexuality page”)

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