Although we offer an array of services, we know various community partners offer services that may interest you. Below is a list we’ve put together:

Bring Change to Mind.org
Dedicated to eradicating the stigma associated with mental illness.
www.bringchange2mind.org

MentalHealth.gov
www.mentalhealth.gov

Mental Health America
Education, support
www.mentalhealthamerica.net
(800) 969-NMHA (6642)

Mind Freedom
Campaigns for human rights in mental health; also contact if have been abused by the psychiatric system.
www.mindfreedom.org
(877) MAD-PRIDE

National Alliance on Mental Illness
Education, support, advocacy, info/referral
www.nami.org
(503) 228-5692

National Institute of Mental Health
www.nimh.nih.gov
(301) 443-4536

National Mental Health Consumer
Self-help clearinghouse
www.mhselfhelp.org
(800) 553-4539

National Mental Health Information Center
store.samhsa.gov/home
(800) 789-2647

Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare
www.cascadiabhc.org

  • Central Intake: (503) 674-7777
  • Urgent Care Walk In Clinic 7:00 am-10:30 pm every day, (503) 238-0705, 4212 SE Division, Suite 100
  • Integrated Treatment Services (drug/alcohol) (503) 230-9654

Central City Concern 12th Avenue Recovery Center
www.centralcityconcern.org
(503) 294-1681
LifeWorks Northwest
www.lifeworksnw.org
(503) 645-9010, intake@lifeworksnw.org

Portland Veterans Center
PTSD and sexual trauma counseling (individual & group), employment services, and more.
www.va.gov
(503) 273-5370

Folk-Time Socialization & Support
www.folktime.org
(503) 238-6428
4837 NE Couch St., Mondays & Wednesdays 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Mental Health Organizations Drop-in Centers

Folk-Time Socialization & Support
www.folktime.org
(503) 238-6428
4837 NE Couch St., Mondays & Wednesdays 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Safe Haven (Folk Time program)
(503) 722-5237
142 Molalla, Oregon City. Mon., Thurs. & Fri. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Mental Health Support Groups and Information

Northwest Autism Foundation
information on autism and contact information on treatment
http://www.autismnwaf.org/
(503) 557-2111

Bereavement Support Group (coping with loss)
Free service offered by Adventist Medical Center
To register call, (503) 251-6192 ext. 5670

Healing Grief
Call (503) 251-6105 for more info and to register.

Brain Injury Support Groups
Brain Injury Association of Oregon
www.biaoregon.org
(800) 544-5243

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance
www.dbsalliance.org

  • Portland support groups: (800) 826-3632
  • West side: Jason at (503) 227-2423
  • East side: Jean at (503) 231-7513

Family to Family Support Group–NAMI
Free educational group for loved ones of individuals with mental illness.
(503) 228-5692

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (Suicide Support)
(800) 273-8255

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Support Group
(503) 494-6176

PSU Community Counseling Clinic
Individual, couple and family counseling
$15 per session, reduced fees negotiated. 10-week commitment.
(503) 725-4620

Women’s Crisis Line
www.pwcl.org
(503) 235-5333 or (888) 235-5333

YWCA/Impact NW
Sliding-scale counseling services available.
(503) 988-6000

Al-Anon and Alateen (for friends and family)
www.al-anonportlandoregon.org
(503) 292-1333

Alcohol and Drug Helpline
adult or teen
(800) 923-HELP

Alcoholics Anonymous
www.pdxaa.com
(503) 223-8569

Cocaine Anonymous
(503) 256-1666

Dual Diagnosis Anonymous
www.ddaoforegon
(503) 222-6484

Marijuana Anonymous
www.marijuana-anonymous.org
503-221-7007

Narcotics Anonymous
www.portlandna.com
(503) 727-3733

Nicotine Anonymous
www.nicotine-anonymous.org
(877) 879-6422

SMART Recovery
www.smartrecovery.org
Hank Robb at (503) 635-2849

Aging and Disability Services
www.co.multnomah.or.us
(503) 988-3646
Closed noon to 1 p.m.

Coalition of Community Health Clinics
Website provides information about free health care for uninsured people
www.coalitionclinics.org

Free custom-made shoes and inserts for people with diabetes
Priority Footwear and Pedorthic Services provides a full line of diabetic shoes and inserts for men and women. Medicare and Medicaid accepted.
(503) 524-9656
www.priorityfootwear.com

Free prescription drug discount card
Save up to 30% or more on most prescriptions that are not covered or not fully covered by insurance. Does not cover co-pays.
familywize.org

Low-Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP)
(503) 988-6295

OHP Client Advocate Services Unit
For questions about coverage and billing for the Oregon Health Plan
(800) 273-0557

Oregon Health Action Campaign
Help with the Oregon Health Plan
(800) 789-1599

Oregon Telephone Assistance Program
If on food stamps, OHP, SSI or TANF
(800) 848-4442 or (503) 373-7171
www.puc.state.or.us/Pages/rspf/otap.aspx

Partnership for Prescription Coverage
Coalition of different groups that can help with prescription coverage.
(888) 477-2669
www.pparx.org

Social Security Administration
(800) 772-1213
www.ssa.gov

Medical Teams International Dental Van
Free dental services at various locations in Portland.
www.medicalteams.org
(503) 624-1026

Multnomah County Dental Clinics
www.multco.us
(503) 988-6942

Multnomah County Dental Clinics
www.multco.us
(503) 988-6942

Casey Outreach Vision Van
www.ohsu.edu
(503) 418-1698

Lions Club
Eye Care & Hearing Aids
www.lionsclubs.org

Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law
bazelon.org
202-467-5730

Disability Rights Oregon (formally called Oregon Advocacy Center): (800) 452-1694
Legal representation & disability advice: (503) 243-2081
TTY: (800) 556-5351
www.disabilityrightsoregon.org
Email: welcome@oradvocacy.org

Lawyer Referral Service
(800) 452-7636, (503) 684-3763
www.osbar.org

Public Assistance and Disability Rights (Legal Aid)
(503) 241-4111

Legal Aid Services of Oregon
(503) 224-4094
www.lawhelp.org

Senior Law Project
Free counseling in legal matters to any Multnomah County resident 60 and older. (503) 224-4086
www.oregonlawhelp.org

211 Information & Referral
DIAL 2-1-1 or (503) 222-5555
www.211.org

City/County Information/Housing Referral
(503) 823-4000
www.housingconnections.org

Network of Care
www.networkofcare.org

The Rose City Resource
www.streetroots.org

Cascadia Mental Health First Aid Training
for youth and adults
(503) 238-0769
info

Portland Community College
GED classes
(503) 244-6111
www.pcc.edu

Mt. Hood Community College
Mental health program
(503) 491-6422
www.mhcc.edu

Federal Financial Aid
800-433-3243
www.fafsa.ed.gov

Fair Housing Council
(503) 223-8295 / Hotline (800) 424-3247
www.fhco.org

Free Geek
Free computers and training in exchange for volunteer work
(503) 232-9350
www.freegeek.org

Home Safety Repairs
Minor home safety repairs for people who have low income and are 55 years or older and/or have a disability
(503) 284.6827

Metro Child Care
(503) 253-5000
www.metroccrr.org

No Longer Lonely
Online dating for adults with mental illness
www.nolongerlonely.com

Write Around Portland
Creative writing 10-week sessions; publish work
(503) 796-9224
www.writearound.org

Multnomah Mental Health Crisis Line
(503) 988-4888 or (800) 716-9716
Cascadia Seeking Help Info

Depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide, and is a major contributor to the global burden of disease.