Resources

In times of stress, the best thing we can do for each other is to listen with our ears and our hearts

and to be assured that our questions are just as important as our answers.

– Fred Rogers

 

 

Resources

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 800-273-8255 TRS: 1-800-799-4889
Multnomah County Crisis Line 503-988-4888  
Clackamas County Crisis Line 503-655-8585  
Southwest Washington Crisis Line 800-626-8137 TTY: 866-835-2755
Veterans Crisis Line 800-273-8255 Text: 837255

Crisis Hotlines — Q Center (pdxqcenter.org)

Dial 9-1-1 for medical, fire, police emergency intervention

1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Lifeline: Suicide Intervention

503-972-3456

Lifeline: Direct/Non-800

1-888-628-9454

la Red Nacional de Prevención del Suicidio (en español)

1-877-565-8860

Trans Lifeline (crisis hotline by and for the transgender community)

1-866-488-7386

Trevor Project (crisis hotline for LGBTQ+ and questioning youth)

1-800-923-HELP (4375)

Alcohol and Drug HelpLine

1-888-235-5333

Call to Safety (domestic and sexual violence survivor support)

503-235-5333

Call to Safety: Direct/Non-800

503-232-4448

UNICA: Línea de crisis disponible 24 horas al día, para individuos y familias afectados por la violencia doméstica o el asalto sexual. (en español)

Washington County 503-291-9111

Clark County 360-696-9560 

 

211 Info Emergency Services https://www.211info.org/

211info connects people with health and social service organizations for help with:  Child Care and Parenting – Utility Assistance – Emergency Management – Food –  Health – Housing & Shelter

 

Rose City Resources (Street Roots) https://rosecityresource.streetroots.org/#/ 

Paper version is available: https://rosecityresource.streetroots.org/#/about

Find reduced cost of free services in Multnomah, Washington, and Clackamas counties.

Food – Housing & Shelter – Goods – Transit – Health & Wellness – Money – Care & Safety – Work Legal – Day Services – Specialized Assistance  

 

Central City Concern Home – Central City ConcernHe

Helping people find home, regain health and move toward long-term stability and success.

Housing – Health – Recovery – Jobs

 

Support/Social Groups:

https://chadd.org/for-adults/overview/  (ADHD)

Portland OCD and Related Disorders Support Group | International OCD Foundation (iocdf.org)

Recovery Dharma  Home • Recovery Dharma

Smart Recovery https://www.smartrecovery.org/about-us/ 

ACA—Adult Children of Alcoholics https://acaoregon.org/about/

PORTLAND AA—Alcoholics Anonymous https://www.pdxaa.org/

Portland Area Narcotics Anonymous | …Keep Coming Back (portlandna.com)

Codependents Anonymous https://coda.org/newcomers/

OREGON | Gamblers Anonymous

The Recovery Village
Domestic Violence Resources

 

Food:

Meals on Wheels Get Meals – Meals on Wheels (meals-on-wheels.com)

Store to Door Store To Door of Oregon – Groceries & More. A Friend at the Door

Fred Meyers online shopping cart (many grocery stores have this option)

Misfits Market | Online Grocery Service

Get organic produce and sustainably sourced groceries delivered at up to 40% off grocery store prices.

Grocery Delivery for Organic Food, Fresh Produce & More (imperfectfoods.com)

Clark County Food Finder — Clark County Food Bank

Oregon Food Bank

 

Finances:

Impact Northwest administers county funds for energy assistance and hiring caregivers Programs – Impact NW

Financial assistance on your sewer, stormwater, water bill | Portland.gov (Portland water bureau – includes fixing leaks!)

Financial assistance programs Oregon (needhelppayingbills.com)

Mortgage Assistance Options | Making Home Affordable

Rent Assistance – NeighborImpact

OERAP – Oregon Emergency Rental Assistance Program

RENT AND EVICTION ASSISTANCE! — Clark County Rental