Mental Health Resources

Disclaimer: OCAC is not affiliated with and does not directly endorse the resources below, they are listed here purely as resources for your information. 

 

 

National Suicide Prevention Hotlines:

 

Hopeline Network                                     1-800-SUICIDE

Lifeline Chat                                               1-800-273-TALK

The Trevor Project (for LGBTQ youth)   1-866-488-7386

 

Multnomah County Crisis Line                 503-988-4888        

 

 

Cascadia Urgent Walk-in Clinic/Referral service

2415 SE 43rd Ave.

Portland, OR 97206-1600

503-674-7777

7 a.m.-10:00 p.m. 7 days a week.

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Mental health services for adults, children, and families; walk-ins welcome. Access information and referral line for Cascadia's services in housing, recovery and assistance

 

 

10300 SW Eastridge St

Beaverton, OR 97225

503-944-5000 Local 877-703-8880 Toll Free

Call for Assessment.

Cedar Hills Hospital is a private psychiatric hospital specializing in the treatment of mental health and chemical dependency. Cedar Hills provides Inpatient, Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient Programs. All major insurance, Medicare & TRICARE are accepted. FREE Confidential Assessment 24/7.

 

 

503-988-4888, 800-716-9716 ext. 3

24-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.

 

 621 SW Alder St.
Suite 520

Portland, OR 97205-3620

 503-494-4745

8:30 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday
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Outpatient psychiatry, drug and alcohol counseling and treatment, sliding scale fee.

 

 

Outside In

1132 SW 13th Ave.
Portland, OR 97205-1703

 503-535-3890

8:30 a.m.-until full; Monday-Friday; additional 5:30 p.m. Monday and Wednesday until full. Every 2nd Tues. of month open at 12:00 noon.
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Multiple programs for adults and youths, including basic health care and referrals, a needle exchange program, acupuncture treatments, tattoo removal, general medicine, naturopath, HIV-STD testing and counseling. Provides a combination of Eastern and Western approaches to medicine. Se habla Espanol. Sliding scale $10 minimum.  Only serves Multnomah County Residents.

 

2901 E Burnside

Portland, OR 97214-1831

503-238-5203

Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.http://www.williamtemple.org/
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Mental health services, osteopathic doctor on-site, support groups, yoga and meditation classes, community groups, naturopath and massage therapy.

 

13575 SW Millikan Way

Beaverton, OR 97005

For intakes and referrals call 503-591-9280 x214.

Call for Hours.
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SMHS is based in Beaverton, Oregon and serves adults with severe and persistent mental illness in Washington County. Services provided by SMHS are funded through a variety of public funds including Medicaid, OHP, Medicare and some commercial insurance. Services can include Individual/Group Therapy, Family Education/Therapy, Case Management : Intensive Community Outreach, Alcohol and Drug Treatment, Psychiatric Medication Management, and Supported Employment.

 

2023 NW Hoyt St.

Portland, OR 97209-1211

503-226-3021

10 a.m.-3 p.m., Monday-Thursday. Closed to public on Fridays.
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Hygiene needs, six times a year; limited prescription assistance up to $150 three times a year. Must have ID and proof of address. Prescription assistance for psychotropic drugs only.  Mental health counseling available for low income individuals.